Frozen Summer Treat: Boozy Bellini Popsicles


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Boozy bellini popsicles recipe by southern lifestyle blogger Stephanie Ziajka on Diary of a Debutante

Kyle and I have been on an insane peach kick lately, and I’m not mad about it. They’re perfectly ripe right now and legitimately taste like candy. Plus, they’re amazing in cocktails (and pies, too– stay tuned for a mini peach pie recipe later this week). I’ve loved bellinis for as long as I can remember, so I thought it’d be fun to make a batch of boozy bellini popsicles in today’s post! They’re a fun and fruity hybrid between summer cocktails, seasonal fruit, and ice pops, and I think you’re going to love them. Seriously, it’s so hot in Columbia right now, and these boozy ice pops are hands down my favorite way to cool off. Keep reading for the full recipe, including a printable/shareable recipe card!

    Boozy Bellini Popsicles

    Boozy peach popsicles recipe by southern lifestyle blogger Stephanie Ziajka on Diary of a Debutante

    These boozy peach popsicles are the perfect combination of creamy and refreshing, and they’re always a huge hit with (adult) guests! You can also adapt them into custom popsicles by adding in different fruit. I’m sharing my favorite recipe and ingredient list below, but you can also skip ahead and scroll down to the bottom of this post for a printable recipe card. 

    Ingredients

    First thing’s first, the recipe for a bellini depends on who you ask, so feel free to adapt these ingredients to your liking. Also, if your measurements are totally off and you make too much, you essentially have a delicious frozen peach bellini on your hands, so don’t let it go to waste! But I digress. Here’s everything you’ll need to make a batch of delicious and refreshing boozy bellini popsicles-

    • 2 cups Champagne– Champagne and popsicles go hand-in-hand! Honestly, any sparkling wine will do, but extra dry Champagne is my go-to for boozy popsicle recipes.
    • 2 cups frozen peaches– A bellini isn’t a bellini without peaches! Also, fun fact– frozen fruit is the MVP of adult popsicle recipes. If you use normal juice, the rule of thumb is to maintain a 4:1 ratio of juice to liquor in order to get them to freeze. By using frozen fruit, you’re amping up the booze four-fold!
    • Fresh peaches (sliced)– Not only are they pretty, fresh peach slices add a fun textural variety to these boozy popsicles. For extra color, add in raspberries, strawberries, or kiwis, too. 
    • 1-2 tablespoons simple syrup (optional)- If the popsicles are a little too tart for your liking, simple syrup is a wonderful fix! I typically add two tablespoons of Stirrings Cane Sugar Cocktail Syrup, and it’s the perfect amount of sweetness. 
    • Popsicle molds– I use these popsicle molds. I like that they have tops and come with their own tray. They also hold up pretty well in the dishwasher, too, although I’ve only ever tried on the top rack. 
    • Popsicle sticks– Even though my popsicle molds have plastic toppers/sticks, I prefer the way natural wood popsicle sticks look, so I use tin foil as a mold topper and insert these popsicle sticks.

    Boozy Bellini Popsicles Recipe

    Southern lifestyle blogger Stephanie Ziajka shares her recipe for bellini popsicles on Diary of a Debutante

    Honestly, these boozy peach popsicles are super easy to make, y’all. To start, combine the Champagne, frozen peaches, and simple syrup in a blender and blend until smooth. Next, pour the icy mixture into the popsicle molds (I use these), leaving about an inch for fresh peach slices. Push 4-5 thin peach slices into each mold and, if necessary, add more peach mixture to fill out each popsicle mold. Secure popsicle sticks and freeze for at least eight hours.

    Just a tip– if you don’t have plastic popsicle tops, or if you prefer to use natural wood popsicle sticks for aesthetic reasons (guilty!), you can cover the molds with tin foil, cut a thin slice in the center, and use it to keep the popsicle sticks upright and in place. Another solution is to freeze the molds (without sticks) for an hour and then insert the stick once the mixture’s hardened a bit.

    Finally, after they’re completely frozen, run each popsicle mold under warm water until you can carefully pull it out. Serve immediately and enjoy– or refreeze until ready to serve. If you’re not sure how long they’ll be sitting out for, I recommend serving over ice to keep them cool or upside down in wine glasses to avoid sticky melted messes.  

    Southern lifestyle blogger Stephanie Ziajka shares a refreshing champagne popsicle recipe on Diary of a Debutante Boozy bellini ice pops made by southern lifestyle blogger Stephanie Ziajka on Diary of a Debutante

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    Boozy Bellini Popsicles

    boozy bellini popsicle recipe by southern lifestyle blogger Stephanie Ziajka on Diary of a Debutante

    These boozy bellini popsicles are the perfect summer treat for adults! Made with real peaches and extra dry Champagne, they’re a fun and fruity hybrid between bellini cocktails and refreshing ice pops. Serve over ice or upside down in red wine glasses!

    • Author: Stephanie Ziajka
    • Prep Time: 10 minutes
    • Cook Time: 8 hours
    • Total Time: 8 hours 10 minutes
    • Yield: 8 popsicles 1x
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    Ingredients

    • 2 cups Champagne
    • 2 cups frozen peaches
    • 12 tablespoons simple syrup
    • 2 fresh peaches, sliced

    Instructions

    Combine Champagne, frozen peaches, and simple syrup in a blender and blend until smooth. Pour the icy mixture into popsicle molds, leaving about an inch for fresh peach slices. Push 4-5 thin peach slices into each mold and, if necessary, add more peach mixture to fill out each popsicle mold. Secure popsicle sticks and freeze for at least eight hours.

    Once frozen, carefully remove each popsicle from its mold. If you have trouble, run each popsicle mold under warm water until you can carefully pull it out. Serve immediately and enjoy!

    Notes

    Please note that the number of popsicles this recipe yields depends on the size of your popsicle molds.

    If you don’t have plastic popsicle tops or if you prefer to use regular natural wood popsicle sticks for aesthetic reasons, you can cover the molds with tin foil, cut a thin slice in the center, and use it to keep the popsicle sticks upright and in place. Another solution is to freeze the molds (without sticks) for an hour and then insert the stick once the mixture’s hardened a bit.

    Once the popsicles are frozen, I recommend serving them over ice to keep cool or upside down in wine glasses or goblets to avoid sticky melted messes. 

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    More Boozy Popsicles to Try

    Y’all… the sky’s the limit when it comes to homemade popsicle recipes. If you want to make them boozy, all you need is some wine or liquor and real fruit, preferably frozen but juice works, too. That’s the “secret sauce” for pretty much all alcoholic popsicles. Here are a few of my other favorite easy alcoholic popsicle recipes– 

    • Boozy Coconut Lime Popsicles– I created this recipe a few years ago and still make a batch at least three or four times each summer. They’re better than any creamy cocktail I’ve ever had! 
    • Blue Lagoon Cocktail Popsicles– Made with Hawaiian punch, swedish fish, and blue curacao liquor, these blue lagoon popsicles are as cute as they are refreshing! She also created a mocktail version, too, that’s perfect for kids!
    •  Raspberry Gin Fizz Popsicles– I love raspberries and gin, so it’s no surprise that I love these raspberry gin fizz popsicles. Highly recommend if you’re a fan of club soda and gin!

    Southern lifestyle blogger Stephanie Ziajka shares her favorite easy alcoholic popsicle recipes on Diary of a Debutante Southern lifestyle blogger Stephanie Ziajka shares some adult popsicle recipes to try this summer on Diary of a Debutante

    If you tried this boozy bellini peach popsicles recipe for yourself, please don’t hesitate to let me know if you had any trouble. I love hearing from you guys, and I’m happy to help! 

    Photography by Catherine Rhodes

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