These wine popsicles are super easy to make and easily adapted for any flavor. Eat them alone or get fancy by using them in a glass of wine!
I love a glass of wine, but I love it even better when it's fun and fancy! This frozen treat is perfect poolside on a hot summer day, or even for a party to make things more fun!
After making a wide variety of boozy popsicles I had to see if I could do the same with wine. And I am so glad I did because these are just too good! Between these wine popsicles and wine slushies, it's going to be one amazing Summer!
This recipe uses just a few easily customizable ingredients. Here's what you'll need:
- Fruit (optional)
- Sugar (optional)
How To Make Wine Popsicles
Making your own alcohol popsicles is fun, but the most fun comes when they're done! Here's what you need to do before savoring these treats:
- If using, add fruit to molds then pour in wine and juice mixture.
- Put molds together and freeze.
Get creative and put together different fruit and juice combos each time you make these wine popsicles. Here are some flavor ideas to get you started:
- Lemon juice and berries
- Mango juice and peaches
- Orange juice and pineapple
- Pineapple juice and mango
- Grapefruit juice and raspberries
- Mango juice and papaya
- Lemonade and raspberries
Popsicle mold suggestions
You can use any molds you like, but these are some I recommend:
- Norpro Frozen Ice Pop Maker
- Ozera Popsicle Molds
- Zoku Classic Pop Molds
- Frozip Disposable Ice Popsicle Mold Bags (similar to Otter Pops!)
Tips and tricks
When making these refreshing wine popsicles, keep the following suggestions in mind:
- I like to use sauvignon blanc, but any will work. No matter what varietal of wine I use, I like to try to pick a healthier wine.
- Since alcohol doesn't freeze, and wine has a decent percentage of alcohol, you need to make sure you use enough juice. A ratio of 2 parts juice to 1 part wine works best.
- Freeze the wine popsicles for at least 4-6 hours before trying to remove from the molds.
- You definitely want to make sure your kids don’t get into these. The easiest way to separate is by container, shape or color. Use the different container types to indicate wine or no wine. You can also use different color popsicle sticks. I don’t recommend solely marking anything with a pen or marker because that can easily come off (this may or may not have happened to me, eek!).
Yes! And it's so delicious! You'll need to mix in another liquid as well like juice though in order for it to freeze. For wine popsicles use a ratio of 2 parts juice, 1 part wine.
You can! However, because alcohol doesn't freeze, you'll need to mix in another liquid as well. You'll want at least a ratio of 4 parts juice 1 part hard alcohol. For more detailed information check out this recipe for Boozy Popsicles.
It will take a minimum of 4 to 6 hours for alcohol popsicles to freeze.
More Vegan Frozen Treats
When the heat of Summer is here, it's nice to cool down with some ice cream or popsicles! Here are some of my favorite plant based frozen recipes:
- Homemade Vegan Pina Colada Popsicles
- Boozy Popsicles
- Healthy Vegan Blueberry Mango Banana Popsicles
- Vegan Chocolate Ice Cream
- DIY Easy Ice Cream Bars
How to Make Wine Popsicles
- popsicle mold
- 1 ½ cups juice of choice
- ¾ cup wine of choice , I used a sauvignon blanc
- 1-2 tablespoons sugar , optional for added sweetness
- Fruit cut for décor to add into molds
- Mix the wine and juice.
- Add the cut fruit into the popsicle molds. If not using then skip.
- Fill the molds with the juice/wine mixture
- Freeze for at least 4-6 hours.
- The sugar will depend on the juice and wine you use, taste and add if needed or preferred.
- Nutrition facts will vary based on ingredients used.
Recipe by Veggies Don’t Bite, visit our site for more great plant-based recipes.
Nutrition and metric information should be considered an estimate.
Hello Summer! I will be cooling off with these for the foreseeable future. I did a mix of red wine and berries and it was SO good!
Such a great summer treat!
I love this idea for using wine I may not be able to drink right away after I've opened a bottle!