How to make a cocktail popsicle
Cocktail popsicles are easy to make. You see alot of them here on Bakers Royale, I sorta love them in all ways possible: conceiving the flavor combos, deciding what booze to use or what drink to mix and of course eating them. I even love shooting them, even if they become a melt-y mess like the picture you see—although, somehow that melting mess is one of my favorite shots.
I started this cocktail popsicle series last year and I brought it back this year since you guys seem to love them too. With that I get a lot questions asking what forms I use, where do I get them along with questions about a few other details.
That said, I decided it was time to do a post with a step-by-step tutorial on how to make a cocktail popsicle. For the full details and recipe to these Strawberry Orange Margarita Popsicles hit the jump to SheKnows.com
A few notes before you go:
- I purchase all my forms from Amazon – just type in popsicle forms and you will find them, but you can use just about any form to create a popsicle (see the peeled Dixie cup and the mini baking tin I used in the bottom left corner of the first picture).
- To keep my popsicles from melting too fast during serving or photographing I place the serving plate or pan in the freezer overnight. For more proof on how quickly the popsicles can melt during a hot day just take a look at lead shot of this post. The marble board that I shot the picture on was not chilled and I was shooting way too slow that day.
- Any of the popsicles you see here on the blog can easily made into a mocktail popsicle by omitting the alcohol.