Passion fruit rose popsicles are fun and tasty way to cool down during the summer. Rose wine is blended with passion fruit, pineapple, and strawberry.
It’s that time of the year! Billy of Wit & Vinegar is hosting another Popsicle Week!
I’m back with another boozy ice pop- passion fruit rosé popsicles!
This summer (and for every summer after that), you can drink your rosé and eat it, too!
I’m a big fan of boozy popsicles. They’re so fun to share with friends poolside or while your just lounging around trying to keep cool from the summer heat.
These passion fruit rosé popsicles are the perfect combination of tropical flavors.
Best of all, they’re SO EASY to make.
Passion Fruit (also known as lilko’i)
I love passion fruit. (aka liliko’i. aka super tasty tart tropical fruit.)
When I can’t find fresh passion fruit (because they can be hard to come by on the mainland), I use frozen passion fruit pulp.
The one photographed above is one of my favorites. It’s ingredient list in simple: just passion fruit pulp. Look for the unsweetened pulp that’s free of preservatives and other ingredients.
Passion fruit is tart and acidic. I added pineapples, strawberries, and some simple syrup to balance out the flavors. Paired with a dry rosé, it makes for one delicious cocktail. Rather than drink our sangria, let’s eat it!
Simply combine all the ingredients in a blender and process until smooth. Pour the mixture into popsicle molds, giant ice cube trays, or small paper cups. Pop them in the freezer until the liquid is solid.
While these passion fruit rosé popsicles are more than enough on their own, you can definitely kick it up by serving it with a glass of chilled rosé.
Passion Fruit Rosé Popsicles
- frozen pop molds
- 4 oz passion fruit puree
- 1 cup rosé wine
- ½ cup frozen pineapple chunks
- ¾ cup frozen strawberries
- ⅓ cup + 3 Tablespoons simple syrup*
- Combine passion fruit puree, wine, pineapple, strawberries, and simple syrup in a blender. Process until smooth.
- Pour liquid mixture into the popsicle mold. Insert wooden popsicle sticks. Freeze for at least 6 hours until popsicles are solid.
- I use this popsicle mold from Amazon