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White Wine Spritzer Popsicles

Cool down and relax with your girlfriends while you enjoy some adult popsicles and act like a kid again. This White Wine Spritzer Popsicles are sure to hit the spot.

Sweet white wine, some fresh berries and a hint of seltzer makes these White Wine Spritzer Popsicles a hit this summer.

Sweet white wine, some fresh berries and a hint of seltzer makes these White Wine Spritzer Popsicles a hit this summer.

White Wine Spritzer Popsicles

I love the summer time. Yes, it’s hot and muggy, but that’s why there are pools and cold movie theaters, and ice cream and popsicles. Summer is also all about sitting outside enjoying the breeze, grilling with friends, and catching up with friends on vacation. These White Wine Spritzer Popsciles are a perfect addition to your party. It can be enjoyed as an appetizer, as dessert, or just as a mid-day snack to cool off. Don’t let the kids get their hands on these because they are made with WINE!

Fresh blueberries, apples, and strawberries are added to this fun and delicious White Wine Spritzer Popsicles.

White Wine Spritzer Popsicles
Recipe Type: Drinks
Author: Karyn Granrud
Prep time:
Total time:
Serves: 6
White Wine Spritzers served frozen are so much more fun to indulge in!
  • 2 C sweet white wine
  • handful of fruit – I used blueberries, slices strawberries and apple slices
  • 1/2 C lemon-lime soda
  • [url href=”” target=”_blank”]Popsicle Molds[/url]
  1. Add the fruit to the popsicle containers in layers. Fill the conditioners about 2/.3 full with the white wine then top off with the soda.
  2. Freeze for 6 hours or overnight.

Sweet white wine spritzer popsicles are a perfect way to beat the heat this summer.

Grab the ladies, some sweet Riesling or Gewurztraminer, and some fresh fruit. Serve the popsicles poolside from the comfort of a lounge chair or kick back on your patio with your hubby. Summertime is all about chilling out and having a great time. Do you get out for a girls weekend in the summer? These would be perfect to make up in advance and enjoy with the ladies.

You can also swap out the blueberries and strawberries for peaches or cherries if you prefer. I’m sure they would be a very good swap.

Serve them with a glass of white wine for a fun presentation. It’s a great way to keep your chilled white wine cool.

Relax with the adults but act like a kid with this White Wine Spritzer Popsicles.

If you prefer to make them non-alcoholic, you can use white grape juice or apple juice with the soda. It will be a bit sweeter with the fruit juice, but the kids will enjoy it.

Relax with the adults but act like a kid with this White Wine Spritzer Popsicles.


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Wednesday 6th of July 2016

Wow! These look delicious. What a great excuse to buy some Gewurztraminer before the summer is over. Thanks for sharing!

Karyn Granrud

Thursday 7th of July 2016

I love a cold, crisp Gewurztraminer in the summer! It's like drinking grape juice!

Angie | Big Bear's Wife

Tuesday 5th of July 2016

My best friend and I would LOVE these White Wine Spritzer Popsicles!! I mean what better way to cool off by the pool! Love them!

Brenda @SugarFreeMom

Friday 1st of July 2016

These are perfect for 4th of July weekend, so festive and I just love the star shaped fruit!

Karyn Granrud

Monday 4th of July 2016

I wasn't sure you could see it in there, but so glad that you could :) Thanks!

Kellie @ The Suburban Soapbox

Thursday 30th of June 2016

Those pretty popsicles just have fun written all over them! I have a feeling I'd eat them all in one that wrong?

Karyn Granrud

Monday 4th of July 2016

Nope. Not wrong at all.