These Raspberry Peach Champagne Popsicles are ideal for a summer get-together. They’re light and delicious, plus they’re spiked with bubbly champagne!
I knew the first popsicle I wanted to create had to be champagne-based as soon as I acquired my popsicle molds. In the summer, there’s nothing better than a chilled glass of champagne. I prefer to purchase tiny four-packs of champagne so that I may have a new glass every now and then.
My mother used to make frizzy fruit shake popsicles when I was a kid. She simply combined seasonal fruit with ice and water, placed it in paper cups, and a few hours later, we had popsicles. When I was a youngster, I thought it was the bomb.com.
Adult versions of fizzy fruit shake popsicles are long overdue. I’ve been cooking a lot of peach dessert recently. Raspberries are my favorite fruit to combine with peaches. I like the contrast of sour and sweet tastes. To me, a Raspberry Peach Champagne Popsicle sounded delicious!
I began by mixing the raspberries with a little sugar and water, similar to how I make raspberry sauce. I softly smashed them with a spatula. I simply cooked it till it began to boil on the stovetop.
I chose to cut my peaches into small pieces, about the size of a dime. I like to use little bits of frozen peaches in my popsicles. However, you may puree the peaches in a food processor before adding them to the boiling raspberries. After combining the fruit and champagne, I poured it into my molds.
I was concerned about removing my popsicles from the molds for fear of shattering them. So I placed them on the counter for about 10 minutes, then ran them under hot water until they wiggled free. This Norpro Ice Pop Maker was utilized. I asked several of my friends which popsicle molds they favored, and many of them suggested it. I must say, so far, so nice!Simply leave out the champagne and replace it with water for a kid-friendly version!
A raspberry popsicle with a fresh peach chunk. Champagne flavoring.
- 1pk Raspberries (6 oz)
- 1/2 C Water
- 1 Large Peach
- 2 tbsp Sugar
- 1 C Champagne
- Rinse and lightly dry raspberries.
- In a medium saucepan, combine raspberries, water, and sugar. Stir constantly over medium heat until it begins to boil slightly. Crush the raspberries gently.
- Peaches should be cut into dime-sized pieces. Combine peaches and juiced raspberries.
- Remove from heat and stir in champagne.
- 4 full.3 to 3Pour the liquid into popsicle molds after measuring it in a measuring cup. Fill in the blanks with 2
- Return the popsicles to the freezer for several hours, or until completely frozen.
- To remove the popsicles from the molds, let them on the counter for 10 minutes before running them under hot water.