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Sparkling Frosé & Raspberry Popsicles

One of the best ways to cool off on hot summer days is with a good, old-fashioned popsicle. But word to the wise — these fruit frosé popsicles are for those ages 21 and above. Kick things off with festive raspberry and rosé popsicles. Thanks to peak-season raspberries, these pops don’t need anything more than a touch of sugar and a splash of rosé.

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If you can’t find sparkling rosé, or don’t have it on hand, still rosé, Prosecco, or Cava work just as well here.

Instructions

Heat rosé and sugar in a saucepan over medium-low until sugar dissolves for the rosé syrup.

Purée raspberries in a food processor; add syrup and process until combined.

Strain raspberry mixture through a fine-mesh sieve, 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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