Mimosa Ice Pops

photo of Mimosa Ice Pops

These mimosa ice pops are perfect for a party.

I have brunch on my mind. And Spring. So I present to you, mimosa popsicles. These are so easy to make. And they come out so colorful, festive and fun.
close-up photo of blueberry Mimosa Ice Pops
All you need is champagne and your choice of fruit puree. I chose to make orange, blueberry and strawberry ones.

I can’t believe it’s already April. This means I have less than two weeks left to finish my taxes. I usually don’t like to procrastinate but I was just so busy in March. This is the first year I am doing taxes after having owned a house and there’s a lot of new things I need to review and learn and I’m just dreading going through it. My plan is to do most of this weekend.
overhead photo of Mimosa Ice Pops

I’m predicting it won’t be very fun and I’ll need a few of these mimosa ice pops to get me through it. Cheers!

Special Tools

Norpro Ice Pop Maker

 

Mimosa Ice Pops

Prep Time: 15 minutes
Course: Breakfast
Cuisine: American
Servings: 10

These mimosa ice pops are perfect for a party and are so easy to make. They are so colorful, festive and fun.

Ingredients:

  • champagne
  • fruit purees of your choice orange, strawberries, blueberries, mangoes, etc
  • sugar if needed, optional

Directions:

  1. Make individual fruit purees in blender and then set aside. If needed, add a tiny bit of champagne to get enough liquid to completely puree your fruit.

  2. For the ice pops, add a ratio of half fruit puree and half champagne. You don't want to add too much champagne because the ice pops won't freeze as well. Blend champagne and puree together for a few seconds to thoroughly mix. Taste and add sugar if needed. (If adding sugar, blend again until sugar is dissolved). Pour into ice pop molds and follow manufacturer's instructions. Freeze overnight for best results.

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2 comments on “Mimosa Ice Pops”

  1. Now that summer is right around the corner, it’s time for us to break out the popsicle molds again. This is a great “adult” recipe for ice pops that I would love to make.

    • Hehe, I love adult ice pops recipes =) i’ve been waiting to break out the ice pop maker! Now i feel like I can since it’s officially spring

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