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  • Writer's pictureCatherine Murton

Wine Popsicles

Summer is just around the corner and I've been looking for creative ways to stay cool. I have made a few versions of popsicles, but these Peach & Strawberry Wine Popsicles are my favorites and I’ll definitely be stocking my freezer with these for the summer.

Moscato wine popsicles

These wine popsicles were inspired when I was grocery shopping and saw this Arbor Mist Peach Moscato. It’s been so hot here, and I’ve been trying to find something new and cool to drink during the summer. I thought it sounded pretty delicious, so I bought a bottle.

This peach Moscato is good to drink all by itself, but I immediately thought of strawberries and peaches and popsicles and decided to make my own recipe. Why not take it up a notch?

peach and strawberry wine popsicles pinterest

I love the pretty red and peach layers of the strawberries and peaches.

Peach & Strawberry Wine Popsicles

  • 1 cup frozen strawberries

  • 2 tablespoons sugar

  • 1/3 cup Moscato

  • 1 cup peaches

  • 3 tablespoons sugar

  • 1/2 cup Moscato

Strawberry Layer

Start with your strawberry layer. Blend together your frozen strawberries, 2 tablespoons sugar, and 1/3 cup Moscato. Pour into molds, filling about halfway.

Freeze while you create your peach layer.

Peach Layer

In a blender, mix together about 1 cup of frozen peaches, 3 tablespoons of sugar, and 1/2 cup moscato. Pour on top of your strawberry layer. Put wooden popsicle sticks in and freeze overnight. I used aluminum foil to help hold the stick in place while it was freezing.

Serve plain or in a wine glass with more Moscato poured over the top.


*This makes about 6 popsicles. I used this popsicle mold but used wooden popsicle sticks instead of the plastic bottoms that it comes with.

wine popsicles recipe

three colorful peach and strawberry wine popsicles

Moms are planning to enjoy this Summer too! Bring on hot mama, wine popsicle summer!


Looking for a cold treat for the kids? Try our No-Churn Chocolate Ice Cream!

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