Cocktail Popsicle ~ Bourbon Peaches and Cream

Bourbon Peaches and Cream Popsicles ~ ‘Tis the season for popsicles. I’m on a major recipe run with them and I had to share this one because I’ve discovered that you can indeed freeze alcohol!

Bourbon Peaches and Cream Popsicles

Bourbon Peaches and Cream Popsicles

Holy mama – you know I will be going crazy with the idea of making cocktail popsicles!  So yeah, expect to see more fun cocktails coming in the near future – very near, like next-week near. And if you have a cocktail you want to see turned into a popsicle let me know in the comments section.

I’ve enlisted my dear friend Cynthia to help with the mixing. She’s my cocktail expert and has a liquor cabinet to rival any upscale bar. She’s been kind enough to let me pilfer her bourbon and a few other select bottles for my cocktail popsicle run. We had a good laugh talking about how I would explain my box of half filled jam jars of liquor in my trunk if I got pulled over.  Honest, officer, it’s for a baking blog (as he’s handcuffing me.)

That said, now is a good time to tell you, starting next week and up until around Labor Day I will be featuring a new cocktail popsicle every Wednesday. I figure Hump Day is a good day to roll out a refreshing and relaxing treat that you can plan on for the weekend.

As for the peaches, I got those from my friend and co-worker Hang. Check out how tiny they are – I love them! They are just a little larger than an apricot and as deliciously sweet as can be. And that tree!  It’s massive and so gorgeous (photo credit to her.)

My Peach Tree1

Cheers to all my friends who generously helped me put this great recipe  together!

Hit the jump on over to Endless Simmer where I am a regular contributor (slacking as of late) for the recipe on these Bourbon Peaches and Cream Popsicles, along with a few tips and tricks if peaches are not in season yet where you live.

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  1. Avatar for Naomi RobinsonBetty says

    Wow. Nice idea, I think this can be pretty refreshing and fun for summer parties.
    I would definitely go for White Russian. In case you don’t know White Russian over there where you live (I heard that it didn’t exist in Italy, for example..), it’s Vodka with Milk OR Cream and a shot of Kahlúa. And it’s a wonderful drink that I would love to taste when turned into a popsicle 😉

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      Naomi replied: — May 22nd, 2011 @ 2:41 am

      Betty-Yes, I’ve had one. They are quite tasty! Great idea and stay tuned because that is definitely going on the list!

  2. Avatar for Naomi Robinson says

    Oh my! these look so good. My dad grows mangoes and avocados but peaches don’t grow here. I want a peach tree!

  3. Avatar for Naomi Robinson says

    Man, these look SO good! What a wonderful idea coming up with cocktail popsicles. Perfect for summer.

    Hump day cocktails sound like a wonderful idea! My favourite cocktails are Mojito’s and French Martini’s so I’d love to see something along those lines.

  4. Avatar for Naomi RobinsonBrian @ A Thought For Food says

    You can bet your butt I’m heading over there right now for this recipe! Holy moly do these look fantastic!

  5. Avatar for Naomi Robinson says

    these look yummy!!
    make a mojito please! mmmm….I have a hearty plant of apple mint that I need a good cocktail popsicle for!

  6. Avatar for Naomi Robinson says

    GREAT idea! I have to try this recipe! I don’t know if you’re done with the bourbon now but, if not, what about a Mint Julep popsicle? It’s horse racing season right now and Mint Juleps are all the rage at the events!

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