Gorgeous and delicious Peach Rosé Winesicles that come together easily with just three superstar ingredients – perfect for cooling down in the heat of the hot summer months!
Popsicles are everyone’s favorite summer treat. To be honest, I haven’t ever met anyone who didn’t love popsicles… I’m not saying that person is out there. He or she might be!
If they are, I’d have some beef with them – after all, who refuses a popsicle? They are just TOO perfect for a hot summer day. And even better, peaches in popsicles.
That’s great if you, like me, think peaches are the best food ever known to man.
Combined with some wine, and orange juice .. good heavens. It makes me want to run around the block screaming “winner winner chicken dinner!”
popsicles WINESICLES are JUST that delicious. Just putting that out there. 🙌😉
Peach Rose Winesicles
To make these winesicles all you need is a simple 3 ingredients and a popsicle mold/sticks.
I picked up my flat mold at my local grocer – but you can find several similar varieties on Amazon. It’s much easier to get the popsicles out of the flat mold than the upright mold, and they seem to freeze quicker, too.
Once you have your popsicle mold, gather up:
- frozen peaches
- rose wine
- orange juice
That’s it! Three simple yet SUPER powerful ingredients!
Blend these 3 ingredients until smooth and pour in your favorite popsicle mold. Allow them to chill in the freezer for at least six hours if not overnight.
Then remove from the freezer and gently pop out of the mold to enjoy.
DID YOU TRY THIS RECIPE?
If you have, please take a second to rate the recipe and leave a review. Looking for more popsicle recipes? Try these!
- Mango Coconut Lime Popsicles
- Pineapple Coconut Lime Popsicles
- Strawberry Lemon Popsicles
- Fudgy Banana Popsicles
- 3 Ingredient Cantaloupe Popsicles
- Yogurt Parfait Breakfast Popsicles
Peach Rosé Winesicles
- 1.5 C frozen peach slices
- 2 C rose wine
- 1 C orange juice
- Put all ingredients in the blender and blend until smooth.
- Divide between popsicle mold cavities.
- Freeze - 8 hours or preferably overnight.