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Saturday, August 17, 2013

White Wine Popsicles


These were fun, an adult version of a Popsicle. The fresh fruit pieces made them pretty unique too. 

I was excited to get to use my Popsicle mold again, this was my second one, the first we made was Cookie Dough Popsicles.

The original recipe comes from Boulder Locavore.

Ingredients:
-about 2 cups watermelon juice (minute maid punch)
-3/4 cup of white wine (I used pinot grigio)
-1/2 nectarine
-handful of grapes, cut in half

This made 4 Popsicles.

Cut up the fruit pieces into small chunks.
Add a little bit of wine to each mold.
Fill the rest of the mold with the juice.
Leave in the freezer. I did about 6 hours and mine were frozen.

 I used watermelon juice because I had it and it was clear, so I think it made a nice effect with the fruit and the wine, but I think you could use any kind of fruit juice. I thought the taste of wine was a bit stronger than I expected, and it melted faster than a normal Popsicle would, but the frozen fruit was really good.

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