Cherry Apple Whisky Sour Popsicles
These frozen treats are perfect for the sweltering summer— wonderfully icy and sweet, with a touch of mouth puckering tartness, and to top it off, the kick of whisky. This recipe contains an abundance of seasonal fruit that packs in an extra dose of health for good measure. It’s a great way to cool off— just follow this simple recipe to prepare a batch in no time at all. Store them in your freezer and sneak a cheeky pop whenever it strikes you to. (Just make sure to hide them safely out of reach of your children and, let’s face it, anyone else at all.)
So get ready for some frosty fun and beat the heat with these delightful cherry apple whisky popsicles!
- 3 cups cherries
- 1 large green apple
- 1 lime
- 1 cup whisky
- ½ cup sweet and sour mix (recipe below)
- 1 cup lemon juice
- ½ cup sugar
- ½ cup water
Sweet and Sour Mix:
De-seed the cherries and peel the apples and lime. Cut the fruit into pieces. Blend all ingredients, including the prepared Sweet and Sour Mix. Pour blended mixture into popsicle trays and freeze for 2 hours. Insert popsicle sticks and freeze overnight.
Prepare the Sweet and Sour Mix by heating the sugar and water in a saucepan until the sugar granules are completely dissolved. Add in the lemon juice and stir for a minute. Let cool before using in recipe.
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