{Spiked} Strawberries and Cream Popsicles


{spiked} strawberries and cream vodka popsicles

Despite the fact that it’s cold and grey and miserable outside and has been like that for days (thanks english weather!), I made popsicles! They’ve got alcohol in though, which I think makes them suitable for all occasions – whatever the weather (except maybe breakfast.)

Like my raspberry cheesecake popsicles these are made with mascarpone cheese and greek yogurt, which makes them incredibly creamy and totally delicious!

You simply whisk the mascarpone and yogurt with a bit of milk, vanilla and sugar to make your ice-cream like base, then stir in your vodka (or other booze of choice.) Next blitz your strawberries in a food processor with a bit of sugar and lemon juice until you’ve got a nice fine constituency. Fold the strawberry mixture into the cream mixture, freeze for 3 hours and you’re good to go!


{Spiked} Strawberries and Cream Popsicles

Vodka, strawberry & cream popsicles

Strawberry, Mascarpone and Vodka Popsicles
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Ingredients
200g/ 7oz mascarpone
1 cup greek yogurt
1 cup milk
1 tsp vanilla
1/4 cup + 1 tbsp sugar
3 tbsp vodka (or to taste)
1 1/2 cups strawberries, hulled and frozen for at least an hour
1 tsp lemon juice
Instructions
- Beat together the mascarpone, yogurt, milk, vanilla and 1/4 cup sugar until thick and creamy, but still pourable. Stir in the vodka.
- In a food processor or blender mix the strawberries, lemon juice and remaining tbsp sugar until well blended. Gently fold into the cream mixture.
- Pour into popsicle molds and freeze for 30 minutes, then add the popsicle sticks. Freeze for at least 3 hours before serving.
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43 Thoughts on “{Spiked} Strawberries and Cream Popsicles

  1. I love homemade popsicles so I’d love to give this a try! I might even ad some blueberries… mmmm!
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  2. Another gorgeous popsicle recipe Rosie! I love booze-spiked icy treats. I normally put rum in mine but I can imagine that the strawberries and cream would go beautifully with vodka. Hm, I also have some strawberry liqueur in the cupboard. Oh, the ideas! :) Thanks for this recipe (pity it’s getting cold and wintry over here. I’ll have to eat my popsicles by the heater!) xx
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  3. Wow these sound lovely :) vodka pops! super idea!
    Miss Messy recently posted…Vanilla Chai Tea CakeMy Profile

  4. YUM!! And so easy to make. Perfect summer treat.
    Jacquee @ I Sugar Coat It! recently posted…Orange Blossom Crème Chantilly MacaronsMy Profile

  5. These popsicles look delicious and the perfect treat for cooling down. Yum!
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  6. YUM! These would be great at a small party!
    Heather @ Snookie’s Cakes recently posted…Apple PieMy Profile

  7. They look like a dream…And judging by the ingredients, these pops sound creamylicious and vodka festive. Great recipe!!!
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  8. I love this idea for a quick and easy dinner party dessert, especially with so many summer BBQs coming up. They look so rich and silky! If it’s any consolation, it is freezing cold and blustery here in Chicago, too, but I see no problem with popsicles, especially of the vodka-infused persuasion :)
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  9. Love these creamy popsicles, they’re absolutely perfect for summer!
    Ruby @ The Ruby Red Apron recently posted…Peanut Butter Glazed Baked DoughnutsMy Profile

  10. Perfect for this warmer weather!

  11. Love the addition of vodka to these, definitely trying that next time!
    Denise recently posted…Recensie: Het GroentenparadijsMy Profile

  12. SPIKED Strawberry popsicles? I’m sold. YUM!!
    Julianne @ Beyond Frosting recently posted…Boozy Cupcake Weekend LineupMy Profile

  13. You’re inspiring me to pick up some more strawberries asap!
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  14. This is my kind of treat… looks amazing!

  15. It will be a little bit longer before I can spike my popsicles, but once I can, I’ll be making this recipe. This looks delicious…and I’m sure it tastes even better! Thank you for sharing!
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  16. I want to make these popsicles immediately! Beautiful photos as well!

  17. Wow! First time I heard vodka and popsicles in one sentence! I’ve got to try this!
    ATasteOfMadness recently posted…Chocolate Chip Pumpkin BrownieMy Profile

  18. Who can refuse a popsicle with vodka? And I love mascarpone cheese. Never thought to use it in a popsicle. Love it!
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  19. I’m so glad you left a comment on my blog so I could discover yours! Gorgeous photos!
    Maria @ Sift & Whisk recently posted…Backyard Mint & Honey Ice CreamMy Profile

  20. YUM. Boozy popsicles! I’m always slightly disappointed when I see delicious ice cream recipes that require ice cream makers, so this is perfect.
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  21. Love the popsicles! They look gorgeus and I think I’m gonna give it a try. You know, I’ve never prepared them at home. Hugs and kisses :)
    Diana recently posted…Strawberry CrumbleMy Profile

  22. I love the idea of a spiked popsicle for dessert in the summer! Refreshing and relaxing at the same time. I haven’t made popsicles since my kids were little. I think its time to go buy some new molds and try more than fruit juice! :) These will be enjoyed soon!
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  23. Yum! I wanted to bite into those as soon as I saw the first picture. I liked them even more when I realized they contained vodka and mascarpone. Turns out great minds think sort of alike…check out my latest entry. :-)
    Modern Jane recently posted…Red fruit with mascarpone vanilla bean dipMy Profile

  24. What’s going on with the weather? It’s been cold here too! I’d still eat this! Curled up under a blanket. Delectable!
    Reeni recently posted…Oven-Fried Potato Chip ChickenMy Profile

  25. Yum! It’s actually been pretty hot in my area, so popsicles are a necessity. I haven’t made my own popsicles in ages, but I think it’s time I start!
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  26. I love the addition of vodka!! These would be perfect for a summer party. I have to buy some popsicle molds so I can make these!

  27. Now these are my kind of popsicles! :) Great post…
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  28. Our weather has been cool, wet and grey for weeks now. I am tired of it and really hoping for summer to finally arrive. I think your spiked popsicles are a great way to bring a little summer into my house. The recipe and photos are wonderful.:)
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  29. Wow these sound and look terrific! I really need to try these – they are calling me by name! Thanks so much!
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  30. Wow Rosie, this strawberry with mascarpone popsicles look fabulous, I love that you have yogurt and vodka :)
    Thanks for this great recipe and hope you are having a lovely week my dear!

  31. Sounds so delicious (love the picture styling), except minus the vodka for me because I’m under-aged :D

  32. Nomm…. When it comes to popsicles, I have to say I love creamy ones a lot more than icy ones. Your strawberries cream popsicles sound like a perfect summer treat. Great post!
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  33. These sound super delicious!
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  34. I love spiked desserts! We’re still dealing with what feels like the last dregs of winter over here, but I’m craving ice cream and strawberries and other summery foods. I need to get myself some popsicle molds and make these!
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  35. We had glorious sunshine for several days in a row but now we are back to coastal fog! But that’s what so divine about popsicles, they can be made ahead and will happily wait in the freezer for a sunshine filled day! Especially when the popsicles are strawberry spiked, a splendid summer recipe!
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  36. Holy yum! You can’t go wrong with spiked popsicles!
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  37. wow!!! looks yumm..can’t wait to try it out :)

  38. Nothing says a good popsicle recipe like some vodka! I’ll have to give this recipe a try. Thanks for the great recipe, Rosie!
    Miranda recently posted…Chocolate Macarons with Cherry FrostingMy Profile

  39. The dash of vodka makes all the difference for me! I could eat a lot of these
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  42. Oh my. These popsicles are too die for! Yummy!
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