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Last week it was hottttt. I mean, REALLY hot. I decided to make some boozy popsicles, and boy am I glad that I did. For this recipe, I wanted to make sure that the popsicles tasted like a refreshing margarita. I also wanted them to be creamy vs icy. Overall, this recipe involves minimal ingredients and prep time. Make sure to allow enough time for the popsicles to freeze completely before serving.
I think that you could easily make these boozy popsicles with different flavors, too! I chose lime because it’s my personal favorite, but these would also be good with strawberries, mango, or lemon. If you do end up making this recipe as is with lime, make sure that you zest the limes before juicing them!
I often cook with alcohol – be it red or white wine, tequila, or champagne. The best advice I can give when it comes to cooking with alcohol is to make sure you are cooking with something you like drinking. For instance, for this recipe, I used my favorite tequila blanco from Vida Tequila.
What you need to make seasoned and salted’s coconut lime margarita popsicles:
- tequila blanco
- light agave
- coconut milk
Enjoy, and as always, please let me know if you make this recipe – and if you do, don’t forget to tag @seasonedandsalted and #seasonedandsalted on Instagram!
- 4 tbsp warm water
- 1 tsp light agave
- 1 can (15 oz) coconut milk
- 3 limes, zested then juiced* make sure to zest the limes before juicing them
- 1 oz cointreau
- 5 oz tequila blanco my favorite is vida tequila!
- First, add 4 tbsp of warm water and 1 tsp of light agave to a mixing bowl. Whisk to combine until the agave is melted.
- Next, add 1 can (15 oz) coconut milk to the bowl. Whisk to combine. Add the zest and juice of 3 limes, 1 oz Cointreau, and 5 oz tequila blanco. Whisk to combine completely.
- Grab your popsicle molds – pour the mix into the molds (this should make 8 good-sized popsicles) and add the sticks. Set the kit up as the instructions (every set is a little different).
- Freeze the popsicles for at least 4 hours, preferably overnight. Serve and enjoy!