Fireball Whisky Popsicles Defy Science And I Can’t Stop Eating Them

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You like your whisky hot like cinnamon fire, but in the summertime, you just want to cool off – so what are you supposed to do?

Well, lucky for y’all we have the perfect recipe to make this summer the most delicious you’ve ever had!

Even though this winter has been one of the craziest we’ve seen in a long time and that whole polar vortex thing really cooled off our dreams of summer fun – we know that people are getting ready for the upcoming heat in more ways than one.

And this includes making sure you can craft these one-of-a-kind Fireball Popsicles!

(If you’re not a popsicle fan, we’ve also included the recipe for a Fireball Whisky float.)

Now, there are TWO ways you can whip up this spicy, icy treat and it all depends on your own flavor preferences.

Each recipe is roughly the same, but swaps out the juice/soda for a different flavor that compliments the fireball in a way you never knew existed!

So – to begin, you’ll need to decide if you want Root Beer + Fireball or if you want Apple Cider + Fireball popsicles.

This recipe has been adapted from Good Housekeepings original “Boozy Fruit Pops” which you can check out here.

Fireball Whisky + Root Beer Popsicles

  • 2 Cups Of Any Brand Root Beer Soda
  • 1/4  to 1/2 Cup Of Fireball Whisky
  • Just a splash of grapefruit juice

Mix all ingredients together and then pour into your choice of popsicle moulds. If using stick-less moulds, make sure you use standard popsicle sticks and not toothpicks or other item.

Freeze overnight (minimum eight hours) and make sure they have solidified before removing from moulds – if not, place back into the freezer for another 2 hours and check again.

Fireball Whisky + Apple Cider Popsicles

  • 2.5 Cups Of Apple Cider (Any Brand)
  • 1/4 to 1/2 Cup Of Fireball Whisky
  • 1/3 Cup Grenadine (Cherry)

Mix the cider and whisky together and pour into the popsicle moulds, leaving about 1/4 of space in each mold to add the grenadine in afterward.

If using stick-less moulds, make sure you use standard popsicle sticks and not toothpicks or other item.

Freeze overnight (minimum eight hours) and make sure they have solidified before removing from moulds – if not, place back into the freezer for another 2 hours and check again.

Try these for your next get-together with friends and let us know how they turned out for you! For another twist on Fireball + Apple Cider drinks, watch the video below.