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Daiquiri Lime Ice Pops Recipe

Nothing beats the cool and refreshing taste of citrus drinks or ice-cold treats on a hot summer day. When the weather justifies the need for tank tops, shorts, and flip-flops, I start making my favorite ice pops. Inspired by Baskin-Robbins' Daquiri Ice sorbet, these pops are a fun alternative for adult summertime guests.

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Notes

Special Equipment: ice-pop molds, wooden pop sticks.

Ingredients

  • 1 Cup granulated sugar
  • 1/2 Cup fresh lime juice
  • 2 Tablespoons rum
  • 1-2 drops greens food coloring

The Fruitiest, Juiciest Recipes for Ice Pops, Paletas, and Homemade Popsicles

Why do we love ice pops? Let us count the ways: They’re perfectly cool on a sweltering day they’re surprisingly easy to throw together they highlight the season’s very best produce because they’re made with puréed fresh fruit and—best of all—they make people’s eyes light up when you serve them.


What’s in Baskin Robbins Daiquiri Ice?

You’ll need an ice cream maker, but that shouldn’t stop you … they really aren’t all that expensive, and I have lots of other good reasons to have one if you keep reading! In addition to that, you’ll just need some rock salt and a bag of ice.


Frozen Lime Daiquiri

The frozen daiquiri is a delicious boozy slushie and an excellent way to cool down on a hot summer day. Featuring the tart, snappy taste of fresh lime juice, this fruity daiquiri is easy to blend up and adapt to your personal taste.

A basic frozen lime daiquiri, this recipe includes the essential ingredients of the original shaken daiquiri: rum, lime juice, and simple syrup. Blending ice into that classic cocktail can make the flavor a little dull, though. The solution is to use a little less ice and add triple sec for extra dimension. To give it an extra flavor boost, consider using an aged rum and make the simple syrup with dark sugar. When paired with fresh lime juice, these simple upgrades create an intriguing frosty drink.

As in any daiquiri and margarita recipe, there is potential to add even more flavor. With a little extra fruit or liquor, you can transform this recipe into an entirely new experience. Have fun with what you toss into the blender, and enjoy your experiments.


Strawberry Daiquiri Popsicles You know what is really refreshing on a warm Summer’s day or any time at all? A homemade Strawberry Daiquiri Popsicle . They are just the right amount of sweet and tangy. Destined to be a crowd pleaser or a great treat for the family. If you love Pina Colada Popsicles we have them too. These tasty ice pops are so very easy! Just a few ingredients and you have an amazing treat! We start with a pound of fresh or frozen strawberries… 3 tablespoons of orange juice or a heaping tablespoon of orange juice concentrate or the juice of one orange… 1 tablespoon of fresh lemon or lime juice…pick your favorite… 1/4 of sugar…this is totally optional…if you like treats more on the tart side or if you are diabetic…leave out the sugar…not a problem… add a few slices of fresh strawberries if you would like and then you can leave these kid friendly or you can finish your daiquiri with 1/3 cup of your favorite rum and viola! We like this type of pop…but if you do not like the fruit pulp…oue can strain this mixture through a fine sieve strainer. So…let’s recap! Strawberry Daiquiri Popsicles Ingredients: 1 pound of sliced fresh or frozen strawberries 3 tablespoons of orange juice or𔅽 heaping tablespoon of orange juice concentrate or the juice of a nice orange! 1 tablespoon of fresh lime or lemon juice (use your favorite) 1/4 cup of sugar (totally optional) strawberry slices to add after the pops are poured (totally optional) 1/3 cup of your favorite rum (totally optional) 1. Combine all the ingredients above except the rum and strawberry slices in your blender until completely smooth. 2. Add the rum and pulse. 3. Pour the mixture into your molds and add a slice or two if you would like. 4. Allow the pops to set for about an hour and then put your pop sticks in. 5. Freeze for at least 8 hours. 6. Place in warm water for approximately 20 seconds to loosen the pops and serve! 7. You can place them in freezer bags for a snack or treat any time. Don’t forget you can use little paper cups as your mold and then just peel off the paper…they work great. ENJOY. Pops for Pups will be coming soon! (((((HUGS))))) Lime Daiquiri Ice Pops, Dance Parties and Facebook Assholery

This past week, on the way home from school pick-up, the girls and I noticed the first flickers of red appearing on a few trees in the neighborhood.

“Hey, look!” I said, pointing out the window. “The trees are starting to change.”

“Thank God,” Miss D. said. “I can’t wait for Fall, and cooler weather, and Halloween.”

“You’ve been talking about Halloween since the beginning of summer,” Miss M. piped up from the backseat. “Weirdo.”

D. turned around and stuck her tongue out at her sister. “That’s because Halloween is the best thing ever, and Fall is the best season ever. So there.”

“Yeah, Fall is the best,” M. said. “You know why? Because the most awesome person ever has a birthday in October…ME!!” She did a little shimmy and fist-pump.

“Whatever,” D. said, but she was smiling a little. Who can be annoyed when trees begin to change?

ZZRRP!! Not so fast, caterpillars.

This weekend, the weather still blazed well into the mid-80’s. Fall may be gearing up for world domination, and football season may have started but we’re still having some steamy days in my neck of the woods. We’re keeping those sweaters tucked away for at least another month, at least.

That’s okay, though. It just gives me a few more weeks to gorge on sweet corn and tomatoes.

And lime daiquiri ice pops, which definitely deserve a space in your life, but I’ll get to those later.

We spent a lively evening at the Longmont Oktoberfest, although the Minxes didn’t understand why “Oktoberfest” is in September, and they sort of have a point. I’m grateful for it, though, because we have so many birthdays in the month of October that it’s nuts dang near every weekend in October, we’ve got something going on. September Oktoberfest is dandy with me.

The littlest Minx immediately set her sights on these enormous, clear balls set in water that you can climb into and walk/tumble around in…you know, like clumsy human hamsters. I was pretty sure that me + giant hamster thingy + tumbling = a trip to the ER, so my husband took charge of that one while Miss D. and I headed to the lawn and the music tent. All of the geezers my age were far back on the lawn, sitting like civilized people on blankets and portable chairs, drinking beer and munching sausages. Miss D. loves music more than anything, though, and said, “Mom, can we go hang out in front of the stage? Please?”

You know who was hanging out in front of the stage? Young people. Young people who dance and jump up and down and pump fists and shake boot-ay and sing at the top of their lungs. My 46-year old ass was gonna look dang ridiculous doing all that.

My teenage daughter wanted to do all that, and most important, she wanted to do it with me. Her *gasp* mother.

I know the day will come–and it will probably come soon–where the idea of even being seen with me will fill D. with mortification and dread, but this weekend, I realized that she’s not there yet. She still thinks I’m an okay human being to be around.

That, my friends, is such a full-blown, unbelievable, hot-damn gift.

No way was I going to squander that gift. So dang straight I boogied and hooted and hollered and fist-pumped. There was 80’s rock (yay!) and punk and funk and Maroon 5 and Bruno Mars and Walk the Moon we did it all, full-throttle. And yes, I am sure I looked like a complete loser goon doing it but I gave zero fucks. Zero.

About halfway through the set, I hollered at D., “I left my phone in the car. Do you have yours? Dad and M. are probably frantic to find us.”

D. shook her head. “I left mine in the car, too.”

Whoops. There was no way they were going to find us in that crowd of revelers. I thought about cutting out early but…nah. As far as I knew, it could be my last ever dance party with my 13-year old. Responsibility could wait another half hour. When the band finished, my throat was on fire from screaming, I was drenched with sweat, I could barely breathe and I think I’d peed a little from “raising the roof” a few too many times. This old crone was woofed.

I high-fived D. and said, “Let’s go try to find your dad and sister. I suspect if we head towards the beer section, we’ll find them.”

Luckily, Miss D.’s eyes are a lot sharper than mine, because she spotted them fairly quickly.

“Sorry!” I said to my husband. “We forgot our phones so we couldn’t text you and we were way up at the front.”

“Whaa?!” my husband burst out laughing. “You were way up there? In the mosh pit?” He winked at Miss M. “We didn’t even think to look there, did we, baby?”

“Hmph,” I said tartly. “Shows how much you know.”

“I’m exhausted and disgustingly sweaty but it was so much fun. Right, D?”

She grinned. “Totally fun” Then she wrinkled her nose, “Man, you are sweaty. I’m not at all.”

“Shut up, smart-aleck Spring Chicken,” I said. “Let’s go find you a sno-cone and me a well-deserved beer.”

After all of that exercise, this old lady had two.

And later, she had a homemade Lime Daiquiri Ice pop, just for thrills. She was in such a good mood that she even shared.

from Bon Appetit magazine

Combine 3/4 cup sugar with 1 1/2 cups water in a small saucepan. Heat over medium high heat until sugar dissolves. Cool. Combine the cooled mixture with lime juice and rum. Pour mixture into the ice pop molds.

Freeze ice pops one hour insert sticks and freeze until ice pops are solid, at least 4 hours.

To serve, dip the molds briefly in hot water to release.

As some of you know, I use an alternate name on Facebook. I did this years ago because of a pretty uncomfortable troll/stalking situation. I got a notification recently that Facebook plans to pull my account because they suspect that I am not a “real” person. This is a total pain in the ass and a ridiculous hassle, but if they do pull my FB account, you can now find me under simply “Dana Talusani.” Since I am using my real name, I am going to be hyper vigilant about managing/adding friends, so I ask that readers who want to follow me on FB please send me a personal friend request. I won’t be adding any friends automatically from my old account.

It also might be more efficient to follow this blog via email, as there may be some growing pains with the new account. So if you wish, just click on the email icon on the front of the blog.

I realize this is a hassle on both sides, and I’m sorry! But as we know, assholery exists, and we just have to keep truckin’ along. I love y’all and hope to keep in touch!

Not a hassle at all. People will come. As for the dancing, my teen will roll her eyes, but still kind of enjoy me and my 80s love. We were at an outdoor festival over the summer and I kind of lost her in the crowd. Whoops. If you recall, I am not the cooler weather lover. I am rather enjoying this year’s transition, though, because we “made it” this year without a/c and as my age will tell it, it’s the last damn time. (I am, reluctantly admittedly, looking forward for delving into the sweater box.)

Can’t say I’ve been trolled or stalked (yet, knocks wood), but I’m going through a real Facebook struggle myself. I’m seriously considering quitting the social media thing altogether. But. There are some very good friends and connections I’ve made that I don’t want to give up. But I do want to tighten up my profile…just can’t bring myself to “unfriend” you know? A dilemma.

Still very summer here, too, and I for one am quite ready for fall. But I wouldn’t say no to a few more ice pops and such. I’d really like another round of green tomatoes, but can’t seem to find any. Sad.

Fun for all! Even though she’s 57, my daughter still likes to spend time with me! Having a girl is a smart move, kiddo…and you’ve got two! There are stages, I know, but fortunately, mine didn’t go through them like so many others.
Re Facebook….if Barbara asks to be friends, that’s me!


Key Lime Ice Pops

Turn your favorite summer pie into an easy creamy lime and graham cracker frozen treat.

Test Kitchen Tip: You don't need fancy ice pop molds to make these pops. Try using basic tools you already have in your kitchen, such as small paper cups, a loaf pan, large ice cube trays or even empty yogurt containers.

  1. In the bowl of a food processor, pulse the graham crackers to form fine crumbs. Add the butter and pulse to combine.
  2. In the large bowl of an electric mixer, using the whisk attachment, beat the cream cheese on low speed until smooth. With the mixer running, gradually add the sweetened condensed milk, then the lime zest and juice.
  3. Add the cream, then increase the speed until mixture is thick and soft peaks form, 3 to 4 minutes. Divide among the cups (about 5 tablespoons per cup). Top with the graham mixture and lightly press down to flatten.
  4. Transfer the cups to a small rimmed baking sheet and push a craft stick halfway down into each cup. Freeze until firm, at least 6 hours.
  5. When ready to serve, peel the cups away from the pops.

PER POP 207 CAL, 16 G FAT, (9.5 SAT FAT), 47 MG CHOL, 84 MG SOD, 3 G PRO, 14 G CAR, 0 G FIBER


Sumer Ice Pops!

The sun is scorching hot, you are running after your little ones and you and your children can both use a refreshing summer treat. How about some fruity ice pops?! These pops are loaded with flavor and are sure to be loved by both adults and kids! Ice pops are great not only because of they taste good, but because they help you rehydrate, keep you cool in the summer heat, and a great teething remedy for babies!

Plus, we added a special ice pop just for mama at the end! It is a strawberry daquiri ice pop (contains alcohol). Please enjoy responsibly!

Watermelon Mint Ice Pop

Recipe from: https://www.asweetpeachef.com/watermelon-mint-popsicles/

· 5 cups cubes seedless watermelon

· 1 Tbsp fresh mint leaves chopped

· 1 Tbsp Freshly squeezed lime juice

· 1 Tbsp sweetener of choice – optional

Add the cubed watermelon, fresh mint, lime juice, and sweetener to a blender.

If your using a powdered sugar (such as stevia) dissolve it into hot water before adding it into the blender.

Blend until its well pureed.

Pour the liquid into a popsicle mold

Fresh Fruit Ice Pop

Created by: Esti Lichtenstein, Intern

White grape juice (can cut with water if too sweet)

· Cut the fruit into small cubes

· Place a handful of each fruit into each popsicle mold.

· Fill the mold with white grape juice

Dried Fruit Ice pop

Created by: Esti Lichtenstein, Intern

Assorted dried fruit (Apricots, Apple, Craisins, Prunes)

White grape juice (can cut with water if too sweet)

· Cut up the dried fruit into small cubes

· Place a handful of each fruit into each popsicle mold.

· Fill the mold with white grape juice

Kiwi Lime Ice Pop

Recipe from: https://www.stayathomemum.com.au/recipes/delightful-kiwi-ice-pops/

· 1 ½ cup pineapple juice (no added sugar)

· 1 Tbsp sweetener of choice

· Add the diced kiwis, pinapple juice, lime juice, and sweetener to the blend

· Blend until completely smooth.

· Pour the mixture into the popsicle molds

Strawberry Daquiri Ice Pop (contains alcohol, please enjoy responsibly)


40+ Popsicle Recipes to Help You Keep Cool This Summer

Keep it healthy with fresh-from-the-freezer fruit ice pops, or indulge in a homemade chocolate treat.

Homemade ice cream sandwiches and other fresh-from-the-freezer treats are the name of the game this summer. But it's not just about homemade ice cream recipes or homemade frozen yogurt recipes. Sometimes you want something that's a little icier and fruitier: You want an ice pop! The best part about ice pops, aside from the many, many (many) flavors they come in, is how easy they are to make. Forget buying an expensive ice cream maker or needing to spend hours cooking up custards. At their most basic, all you need is fruit juice, a pack of disposable paper cups, and some wooden sticks.

Here, we have rounded up the best homemade ice pop recipes to keep your sweet tooth at bay and cool you down the entire season. Your family can stay on the healthy side without skimping on flavor thanks to fresh, already-sweet ingredient combos like raspberry-coconut, kiwi-watermelon, and coconut-pineapple.

Of course, there&rsquos nothing wrong with a bit of indulgence either. That's why we've also included extra sweet treats like confetti ice cream pops, cake batter ice pops, and even a hot chocolate ice pop. (It's packed with mini marshmallows. You truly need to see this thing.) No matter which way you&rsquore leaning, you only need a few simple ingredients and a pop mold to whip up your own creations. Try any one (or three) of these easy and delicious ice pop recipes as a refreshing snack or dessert, and consider making these boozy recipes for an adults-only treat.


Classic Daiquiri Cocktail

Enjoy this classic daiquiri cocktail for your next party. It&rsquos a beloved drink all over the world. Try this daiquiri recipe at your next gatherings.

Classic Daiquiri Cocktail Recipe

Oh, this is such a fantastic drink that&rsquos why it&rsquos one of the worlds most popular. Before diving into the drink, learn more about the history of the daiquiri and all the variations. The daiquiri is a classic and simple cocktail. There are all sorts of &ldquodaiquiris&rdquo blended up like adult slushies. It wasn&rsquot originally nor is this recipe for that type of daiquiri. The popularity of this cocktail dates back to Cuba and the lime flavors brighten this classic drink to super delicious.

Video: Easy Classic Daiquiri Drink

Using Fresh Lime Juice

If possible, squeeze fresh limes when making this daiquiri recipe. Using fresh lime juice makes a huge difference vs bottled lime juice when making a classic daiquiri. If you can hand squeeze the limes, it will be even better. The oils from the rinds will give the cocktail a little extra brightness and lime flavor without adding extra acidity. Add the squeezed lime shells into the shaker for best flavor.

Did you know? The daiquiri was named after a village in Cuba near where it was originally created.


Watch the video: How to Make: Key Lime Pops. Cooking with Joy. CBC Life (June 2022).