Skinny Sangria Popsicles
Sangria-7-copy-e1500663671832.jpg

It's been a hot month here in the Hamptons! If we aren't at camp or the beach, you can definitely find us trying to cool off. And, what's better than your favorite cocktail after a long and hot day in the sun? Your favorite cocktail...in popsicle form. The rule is if you can drink it, you can freeze it. I'm obsessed!

Sangria-9.jpg

If you've been following me on social media, you can probably see that we have been entertaining in the backyard quite a bit. I prefer that over anything. It's super low-key and the kids are able to have room to run around.

The kids obviously love their popsicles so I thought it would be fun to make some for the adults, too. I recently found this delicious sangria popsicle recipe online that we loved. The fresh fruit and the icy coldness together is so refreshing! It also doesn't hurt that you get a nice little wine buzz while you're at it. Best of both worlds. Am I right!?

Sangria-7-copy.jpg

Scroll down below for all the ingredients and directions. It's super easy and all it takes is TWO STEPS! Make ahead of time and keep in the freezer for your backyard bbq or...whenever the craving hits. No one is judging. It's summertime! 

Sangria-3-copy.jpg

Ingredients: 

2 cups red wine

1/4 cup triple sec

2 cups club soda

1/4 cup orange juice

1/4 cup honey

1 cup frozen mixed berries

1 kiwi, peeled and sliced

1 nectarine, cut into small slices

...or any fruit that you prefer!

Sangria-1-copy.jpg
Sangria-4-copy.jpg

Directions: 

1. Mix together wine, triple sec, club soda, orange juice, and honey. Fill 8 popsicle molds with an equal amount of fruit to each, then fill with wine mixture.

Sangria-5-copy.jpg

2. Insert sticks and place in freezer overnight, or until frozen through. Enjoy!

Sangria-8-copy.jpg
Sangria-Pops-2-copy.jpg

Another option? Freeze the same recipe in an ice cube tray, blend it up, and you have yourself a sangria slush! So good.

Sangria-8-copy-1.jpg

Like I said, you can make any cocktail into a popsicle. Here are some recipes I found online that would be a great option if Sangria isn't your thing:

Cucumber Gin & Tonic Ice Pops // Boozy Campari Citrus Pops // Creamy Margarita Popsicles // Bloody Mary Popsicles // Watermelon Mint Julep Pop

Actress, model, active humanitarian, & Mom! Author of 'Everyday Chic'.