For this month’s Pinterest Challenge I am jumping on the adult freeze pop bandwagon with Strawberry Banana Vodka Freeze Pops. Great for a Summer Barbecue. Just be sure to clearly mark them 21+!
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If you aren’t familiar with the the Pinterest Challenge Blog Hop, it’s a hop to help motivate all the participants (and you too) to not just pin, but to make it happen! I participate in a Summer Cocktail Series with several bloggers and Michelle from Weekend Craft shared Strawberry Lemonade Vodka Freeze Pops that I knew I just had to try! She also created a really fun video to go with it. You can see the Pin here. I basically followed the same recipe but used Strawberry Banana Vodka instead. Let’s get to it!
Strawberry Banana Vodka Freeze Pops
Strawberry Banana Vodka – or any favorite flavor
I found the freeze pop bags that came with 150 bags and a funnel on Amazon here. The cool thing is you can also use the freeze pop bags to hold yogurt, homemade pops, smoothies, etc. First, cut up 8 strawberries very small and use a fork to mash them a little. Then place them in the freeze pop bags using the same fork.
I didn’t measure and just added an even amount until the strawberries were gone.
Mix 3 cups of lemonade and 1 cup of vodka. Make sure to stir! The included funnel makes it so easy to add the lemonade to the bag. It does help to have an assistant though and my Sister helped-she also helped test them 🙂 This made about 12 freeze pops. The bags have a fill line, which is great!
That was so easy and now that I still have over 100 freeze pop bags left I am thinking of all the cool things I can fill them with. I definitely want to make yogurt pops and non alcoholic pops for the kiddos and maybe another version of adult freeze pops. I saw Prosecco and Rum on Pinterest that sound amazing!!
Let them freeze about 4-6 hours and they are ready. We enjoyed these while my Sister was visiting from Florida. I was told they were a little strong and we should have added more strawberries, so the next time I will do that. Thanks to Weekend Craft for the inspiration! A huge thank you to Erlene from My Pinterventures for coming up with this great Pinterest Challenge. It is so much fun to actually try out the stuff we pin. Please visit the other bloggers below to see what pins they tried out!
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