Yesterday I was feeling a little warm and said to myself “Man, I could really go for a popsicle right now.” I actually said it to my dog and she gave me a very approving look, so I dug out my little popsicle molds and perused the kitchen for a refreshing liquid to freeze in said pop molds.
Limeade. Ok cool….nah. Then I was all like, F- it I’m putting tequila in this. And Aperol sounds good because why not? No one is here. I’m free to ‘test’ (aka day drink) for blogging purposes. Um, YUM. I think the sweet/sour/bitter/citrus combo produced a pretty banging popsicle.
I present you with my Lime Tequila Aperol Boozesicle because I couldn’t think of a more clever name.
This makes 4 standard sized popsicles.
2 cups Limeade – (I used Simply Limeade)
4 tbsp tequila blanco (silver, plata, white, platinum)
2 tbsp Aperol
Combine, pour in molds, and freeze for at least 4 hours.
Quick tip: If you’re using wooden sticks, don’t put the sticks in until the pops are partially frozen, after about an hour in the freezer.
Quick tip 2: If you don’t have a popsicle mold you can use dixie cups and peel off the paper after freezing.
This post was made possible by our friends at Campari.