11 Boozy Ice Pops to Toast the End of Summer

The last hoorah of summer definitely calls for a drink, and these "freeze and enjoy" treats are the perfect way to send off the season.

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Grilled Peach + Brandy Ice Pops

Freeze brandy punch in a spherical mold, then add into a chilled glass of wine to create a fun, next-level cocktail. Get the Recipe

Gin + Tonic Ice Pops

1: Gather ingredients: gin, lemonade, lavender blossoms

2: For every cup of non-booze, use 1.5 ounces of booze.

3: Mix all the ingredients together.

4: Pour the mixture into ice-pop molds and add sticks.

5: Freeze for at least 4 hours (or overnight), then enjoy.

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Strawberry Margarita Ice Pops

Savor your favorite summer cocktail in ice-pop form. Get the Recipe From FoodNetwork.com

Margarita Ice Pops

1: Gather ingredients: tequila, grapefruit juice, thinly-sliced jalapeño

2: For every cup of non-booze, use 1.5 ounces of booze.

3: Mix all the ingredients together.

4: Pour the mixture into ice-pop molds and add sticks.

5: Freeze for at least 4 hours (or overnight), then enjoy.

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Marigold Citrus Ice Pops

Marigold petals have a citrusy flavor and add beautiful flair to these grown-up frozen treats. Get the Recipe

Mojito Ice Pops

1: Gather ingredients: rum, coconut milk, cinnamon, chocolate chips

2: For every cup of non-booze, use 1.5 ounces of booze.

3: Mix all the ingredients together.

4: Pour the mixture into ice-pop molds and add sticks.

5: Freeze for at least 4 hours (or overnight), then enjoy.

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Blueberry Mint Julep Ice Pops

This fruity ice pop is a refreshing and unique version of the classic mint julep cocktail in one perfect to-go treat. Get the Recipe

Mint Julep Ice Pops

1: Gather ingredients: whiskey, ginger beer, crystallized ginger

2: For every cup of non-booze, use 1.5 ounces of booze.

3: Mix all the ingredients together.

4: Pour the mixture into ice-pop molds and add sticks.

5: Freeze for at least 4 hours (or overnight), then enjoy.

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Pushable Rosé Pops

Infuse rosé, fresh berries and pound cake to create nostalgia-inducing party-perfect pushable pops. Get the Recipe From FoodNetwork.com

Cape Codder Ice Pops

1: Gather ingredients: vodka, watermelon puree, blueberries

2: For every cup of non-booze, use 1.5 ounces of booze.

3: Mix all the ingredients together.

4: Pour the mixture into ice-pop molds and add sticks.

5: Freeze for at least 4 hours (or overnight), then enjoy.

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Sangria Ice Pops

Made with white wine, fruit juices and chopped fruit, these refreshing, frozen treats will be a hit at your next outdoor party. Get the Recipe

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