Fancy Popsicles

May 7, 2012 |  by  |  Blog, Food for the Soul, Summer

4 delicious ice-cream recipes!

I did not actually know, that you can freeze alcohol, but it turns out you can, to a certain amount. Since Campari Orange has always been my favorite summer drink, I decided to turn the drink into popsicles.

Campari Popsicles:

1 cup sugar
1 cup water
3 cups orange juice
1/2 lemon, juiced
1/2 cup Campari

Mix the water and sugar together, bring to boil until the sugar dissolves. Allow the syrup to boil for 4 minutes & remove from heat and let cool down.
Mix the orange juice and Campari and add 1 cup of the cooled syrup. Pour liquid into molds and let freeze overnight.

Now I was in the mood;-) Mixed up a mojito and filled the cocktail into little plastic cups.

Mojito Popsicles:

1 cup mint leaves
1 cup water
1 cup (fresh) lime juice
1 cup superfine sugar
1/3 cup white rum (I used Bacardi)

Mix all ingredients (in a blender until smooth). Skim off any foam, then pour the mixture into molds. Freeze for an hour, then insert the popsicle sticks.Freeze overnight.

Then I tried a twist on the mojito popsicles and added some yogurt to make

Frozen Yogurt Mojito Popsicles:

see Mojito Popsicles +
greek/plain yogurt

Just add some yogurt to the mix.

Basic Ice Cream (without a machine)

1 1/2 cups whole milk
2 large eggs
3/4 cup sugar
1 vanilla bean, split and scraped, or 1 teaspoon pure vanilla extract
1 1/2 cups heavy cream

Read the how to here.

The popsicle molds are from Silikomart. The also have other cute shapes like hearts and chocolate bars…

To fancy them up a little, you can add rosemary (fits perfect with orange) or red current or anything you can imagine.

Have a great start in the new week!

XOXO, Sibylle

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  1. great stuff! i’ll make them for a party next time! :))
    stefi_licious :) recently blogged..stefi_licious goes business II

  2. Wowww, soooo yumi!!!
    Schmeckt sicher genau so wunderbar wie´s aussieht =)


    Christin recently blogged..Lieblings Dekoscheune!

  3. Love how whimsical your photos are! And that yogurt idea is a must-try!

    Amberly recently blogged..Cinco de Mayo in Apt. 302

  4. Wow, what a gorgeous blog post! The photos are beautiful and it feels like this could jump started the summer season!
    Cheria @ In Foods recently blogged..Guest post: Arancini avec le risotto In Cuisin par Les Gourmandes de Montréal

  5. This is so cool!
    I will definitely make some of these. And the photos! Yum!
    Liebe Grüße!

  6. Wowww I can’t wait to taste it! yuuumy!!

    xoxo from München
    La Vie Quotidienne

  7. We love our ideas, they are so inspiring!!!!!!
    Enjoy your day…
    rosa & limone

  8. So pretty and creative, love all the photos but especially the one of the popsicles with red currants and lime.
    Mary @ Fit and Fed recently blogged..Mango Sorbet with Ginger and Thai Chili

  9. your blog is so beautiful! i am always looking forward to your next newsletter – so inspiring! thank you so much for your creative pictures!! ♥ yvonne

  10. What a fabulous idea!! I love the addition of red currants into the pop – that’s what makes these just over the top.
    Sharon @ Discovering blog recently blogged..Discovering…Tuesdays Suck

  11. I just stumbled upon your blog. I love the popsicle combinations. They look delicious. Great photography as well!
    Alexandra recently blogged..Nice Cafés in Prague

  12. Stunning pops! I would love to try each one :)

  13. Where are those lovely lolly makers from? I’ve never seen flat ones like that…though we don’t have many options in England anyway. Perhaps there’s not enough sun. But I cant get enough of making lollies! :)

  14. These are awesome. Ive just included you in my round up of best popsicles around.

  15. [Just in case this is a better thread…]

    Now that Apartment Therapy is running its Color Contest for 2013–featuring your 2012 entry)–lots of us have a second chance to encounter your Popsicle print all over again. It is SO wonderful; I can’t look at it and not smile.

    I am wondering if/hoping that you are still willing to send the file. (It feels like a gift from above!)

    Thanks abundantly, saturatedly,


  16. where did you get those rounded popsicle molds?


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