Julie Deily

Strawberry Sangria Popsicles

Hi, I’m Julie of The Little Kitchen and I am thrilled to be joining as a regular contributor to the BHG Delish Dish blog! I have been blogging for over 4 years now and have always been a huge fan of BHG.

Strawberry Sangria Popsicles | BHG Delish Dish

Since it’s summer and mostly likely very hot where you’re at, I really wanted to make popsicles! After chatting with the BHG team, I knew I wanted to make a boozy popsicle…so I changed up one of their recipes for Strawberry Sangria and made them into popsicles.

Strawberry Sangria Popsicles | BHG Delish Dish

I love strawberries! Wonderfully sweet and so colorful, I love anything with strawberries.

Strawberry Sangria Popsicles | BHG Delish Dish

The strawberry syrup in this recipe tastes amazing, I even used it as a base for another recipe I’m working on.

Strawberry Sangria Popsicles | BHG Delish Dish

This is the strawberries after they have been cooked down.

Strawberry Sangria Popsicles | BHG Delish Dish

Strain the strawberries and slice some strawberries for the popsicles.

Strawberry Sangria Popsicles | BHG Delish Dish

Pour a little bit into the popsicle molds at a time, add some sliced strawberries and then pour a little more and then add more strawberries. Keep doing that. If you fill up each vessel all at once and then add strawberries, the strawberries will float to the top.

Strawberry Sangria Popsicles | BHG Delish Dish

All ready for the freezer (after I put the lid on & stick the popsicle sticks in). These need to freeze for about 5 hours or overnight. After removing them from the molds, freeze them again for at least 20 minutes. Then, they are ready to serve!

Strawberry Sangria Popsicles | BHG Delish Dish

Check out the recipe for Strawberry Sangria. The changes I made to the recipe to make them into popsicles are below:

I halved the strawberry syrup so it’s 4 cups of strawberries, 2/3 cup sugar and 1/2 cup water. I used 1 cup white wine and added 1/2 cup water instead of the sparkling water. I also used 1 1/2 cups sliced strawberries.

These popsicles were amazing! I can’t wait to make the sangria recipe for friends next them I have a get together.

10 Responses to “ Strawberry Sangria Popsicles ”

  1. [...] Homes & Garden food blog called Delish Dish! I’m sharing the recipe for these wonderful Strawberry Sangria Popsicles today over [...]

  2. Stunning popsicles! I love that they have wine in them — I am totally making these!

  3. Too much fun – love these adults only popsicles!!

  4. Looks amazing, refreshing, and easy to make. My kids would love these!

  5. These have my name all over it! Wish I had some now to bust out for happy hour! :)

  6. Such pretty popsicles!! Very fun for summer!

  7. Oh my gosh! I have to make these. Love the strawberries inside.

  8. [...] on a stick. A refreshing strawberry sangria pop sounds like the perfect nightcap. Check out the recipe at Better Homes and Gardens! [...]

  9. absolutely amazing!

  10. They’re so pretty!!