These raspberry popsicles are easy to create and provide an elegant (and not to mention fruity) touch to the champagne.
Today the recipe for one of my favorite drinks from the cocktail party week: raspberry popsicles with champagne. Easy to make, elegant and great looks.
Perhaps you are wondering how you should make this for a large group. You use shot glasses as a mold and when the ice is frozen, you can easily unload the popsicle from the glass and store in the freezer as such. The shot glasses can then be reused again until you've made enough. And those cute spoons I got from the thrift store. Not very expensive and also exactly what I was looking for with this drink.
I would be perfectly able to imagine as a welcome drink at a wedding party. You could then also vary in different popsicle flavors: like with strawberries, blackberries or watermelon. I'm sure that would look great.
And now, of course I'll give you some tips, and this very simple recipe (you will be amazed at how simple it is):4Pure: Raspberry popsicles with champagne
- You use raspberries for their great taste and color. But if they are not in season, you can also use blackberries, orange, red berries (and so on);
- You sift the raspberry puree to remove the seeds. Ice with no seeds is more tastier;
- Instead of honey, you can also use agave syrup.
- If you have a lactose allergy, replace the cream with soy milk.
- These popsicles can be made up to 1 week in advance and stored in the freezer. You can even get them out of the molds, so at the party you only need to take the popsicle out of the freezer and into the champagne.