Popsicoholic part 4: pink grapefruit popsicles
Knowing that a lot of you are waiting for today’s recipe, i promise you it’s worth waiting for!
This is beyond expectations, you can’t beat this tangy grapefruit popsicle! Am sure it will be love at first bite.
- 1/2 cup sugar
- 1 cup water
- 1 tsp grapefruit zest
- 2 cups freshly squeezed grapefruit
- 2 tbsp lemon
Bring to boil sugar, water and zest, stirring until sugar dissolves. Set aside to cool.
Stir in grapefruit and lemon juice. The mixture will taste slightly sweeter in liquid form than it does when frozen.
Pour in molds the strained juice and freeze for an overnight. it should make 6 popsicles, again depending on your mold size. To remove the popsicles from the molds, run under warm water until they are easily released.
You can add booze if you’re not planning to offer to your children. Vodka goes perfect with it! Citrus and vodka pair well together. The sweet, sour and bitter taste are together wondrously balanced!
Be different and offer to your guests a super easy to do dessert and enjoy your summer with these treats tasting like the most unbelievably delicious boozy popsicles.
Recipe says you can freeze up to one week, but who does? Am sure this will be gone in seconds! My husband had a challenge to finish it all before the next day. He said it’s his favorite so far 🙂
Hi I tried the strawberry ones and it’s yummy, just wondering do you have a receipe with chocolate??? My daughter loves chocolate ice cream and just wanna know if I can do it homemade. Thanks
Hi faten, i am glad you liked the strawberry pops and thank you for following my blog. I have 3 recipes variation for chocolate popsicles: chocobanana pop, chocolate fudge pop and chocolate pudding pop. If you are interested in any i can email it to you until i post them 🙂
all the popsicles are super nice!! but the grapefruit is a different story… the best one so far :)!!
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