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Paloma Popsicles

Get the fiesta started with this paloma drink in popsicle form. A classic paloma cocktail recipe has grapefruit and lime juices, tequila and a little sugar to offset the tangy juices. But why not turn that into a boozy homemade popsicle for an even more refreshing cocktail? It's one of the best ways we can think to cool off in the summer.


5 popsicles

Total Time

20 minutes + freezing

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Test Kitchen Tip

Grapefruit’s not for you? No problem. Make margarita pops by swapping grapefruit juice for more lime juice, fresh orange juice, and a splash of orange liqueur, such as Cointreau or Triple Sec.


Combine grapefruit juice, agave, lime juice, and tequila, then divide among five 4-oz. popsicle molds. Secure popsicle sticks according to manufacturer’s instructions, and freeze until firm, at least 4 hours.

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