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Blue Hawaiian Spiked Freezer Pop – Coconut, pineapple, and orange flavors in a rum base and frozen for an icy summer treat.
This one is very similar to original slushsicles but this one has less pineapple juice and more of a rum flavor.
Blue Hawaiian Spiked Freezer Pop will be a bit softer than the Jack Frost Slushsicle.
The method to make these is the same as all of our other frozen cocktail and the tutorial can be viewed here.
Blue Hawaiian is more suited for those who like to taste their alcohol, Jack Frost is more for folks like me who don’t really like the taste.
If you want to amp up the orange flavor, add some orange juice or more blue curacao.
The blue curacao will increase the blue coloring, orange juice will mute your color.
We use Zipzicles for our spiked ice pops and slushsicles. We do not use the vacuum sealer, that would be quite messy.
Be careful when filling the bags, any liquid that gets into the zipper will freeze and make it almost impossible to open until it melts. It will melt, but so will your Blue Hawaiian Spiked Ice Pop.
For those who might be impatient, raises hand, you can cut the top off instead if it hasn’t been overfilled.
Overfilling may result in the spike ice pop outgrowing the sleeve.
When made, store in an upright position until frozen to prevent leaking.
I use large plastic cups that hold about 6 or 7 ice pops.
After 24 hours I remove them from the cups and place them into freezer zipper bags.
Blue Hawaiian Spiked Freezer Pop
- Mix all ingredients together in a bowl.
- Pour into popsicle sleeves.
- Place filled popsicle sleeves upright into glass or bowl and place in freezer.
- Allow to freeze overnight.
- Once frozen, spiked ice pops can be laid on their side.
- The number of pops produced is determined by the level filled. 7 is a good number to shoot for.
Blue Hawaiian Spiked Ice Pops contain as much alcohol as any other mixed drink. Please consume responsibly and do not eat these if you intend to drive. Treat these with the same respect as any other alcoholic beverage.
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