These Raspberry Frosé Poptails are made with only 3 ingredients! Your favorite rosé, lemonade, and fresh raspberries! They’re a cross between a popsicle and a cocktail, and they’re the perfect summer happy hour treat to cool down with this summer!
(This post is sponsored by Day Owl Rosé! Thank you so so much for reading and supporting the brands that I love!)
I’ve found my new favorite summer happy hour treat. These raspberry frosé poptails are the kind of thing you make on a hot summer day and enjoy them by the pool with friends. And the BEST part is that they take 5 minutes to make and they’re only 3 ingredients! That’s my kind of summer recipe. 🙌🏻
How much fun are these? My favorite thing to do with them is to serve them INSIDE actual glasses of rosé. So it’s kind of a fruity, edible ice cube for your rosé! So great for parties too. All I wanna do is make these poptails (get it? popsicle + cocktail 😉) for a bunch of friends and have a summer happy hour!
Ever since I tried Day Owl Rosé last summer at a blogger conference in Orlando, I was hooked. I’m a big fan of dry and citrusy rosés, and this one fits the bill perfectly. It has just the most perfect amount of floral notes without being sweet, and subtle orangey citrus flavor. I can’t get enough of it!
I’ve found that it’s flavor is SO great in cocktails too. I often make margaritas with it, sangria, and I’ve even made mules with it! It’s super versatile and pairs beautifully with just about anything.
In addition to the rosé and lemonade, I used mostly raspberries here and threw in a few blackberries for color. You could definitely switch it up with whatever fruit you have on hand though! Or whatever looks good a the store/farmers market. Strawberries would be amazing here!
The most important part is the rosé part, obviously. 😍
You could even add mint to these for color! I’m such a huge fan of putting mint in everything in the summer. I love it in salads, and in my water with cucumber! It makes hydrating a lot more fun.
Another tip: use as freshly squeezed lemonade as you can. Like, the kind that has a little pulp in it. It tastes SO much better than the concentrated stuff!
Lemon slices would be really pretty in these too, especially if you’re serving them inside glasses of rosé! It’ll be like drinking sangria!
I actually had this AMAZING cocktail the other day with rosé, strawberries, lemon slices, and elderflower liquer. It was perfection and I’m thinking I need to re-create it for the blog!
I also made this video for you guys, which shows you exactly how to make these. 🙂
My summer happy hour plans are going to look just like this: raspberry frosé poptails, glasses of rosé, and a big cheeseboard!
Raspberry Frosé Poptails
These Raspberry Frosé Poptails are made with only 3 ingredients! Your favorite rosé, lemonade, and fresh raspberries! They're a cross between a popsicle and a cocktail, and they're the perfect summer happy hour treat to cool down with this summer!
- 1 3/4 cups Day Owl rosé
- 1 3/4 cups lemonade*
- raspberries and/or blackberries*
- popsicle sticks
- glasses of rosé for serving, if desired
Combine rosé and lemonade in a medium bowl with a spout (for easy pouring). Stir to combine. Pour mixture evenly into popsicle molds and freeze for 2-3 hours (or until they just start to get slushy).
Remove from freezer and add a small handful of berries to each mold, pressing the berries down with popsicle sticks. Place the popsicle sticks evenly in the molds and freeze until solid, according to the mold's manufacturer's instructions.
Remove from molds and enjoy! I love serving them in glasses of rosé too!
*Try to use as freshly squeezed of a lemonade here as you can, like the varieties that have a little pulp in them. They taste so much better than the lemonades from concentrate!
*I used mostly raspberries and a few blackberries in these for color, but you can use whatever fruit you have on hand, or whatever fruit looks good at the store/farmers market! Strawberries would be amazing here!
*Serving these poptails in glasses of rosé is a game changer 🙂
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