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Boozicles, Spiked Popsicles, Adult Pops…. whatever you want to call them, an icy cold coconut popsicle with a dash of  elderflower liqueur is a fun addition to your next summer bbq.

Want to take this to the next level? Serve them inverted into glasses of dry sparkling wine such as Prosecco and you’ve got a fun cocktail in a flash.

You will need:

  • 500ml coconut water
  • 2.5 teaspoons elderflower liqueur
  • Edible flowers (I used unsprayed rose petals from a friend’s garden)

Method:

  • In a large jug mix coconut water and elderflower liqueur.
  • Pour into popsicle moulds and place in freezer.
  • After 45 minutes sprinkle flowers into the slightly icy pops and, using a popsicle stick, push some to the bottom of the mould for a (fairly) even dispersion of flowers throughout.
  • Add 1 popsicle stick to the centre of each pop and freeze for a further 5 hours.

Coconut Water Rose Popsicles

 

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