Who said adults can't have their very own adult popsicle for summer fun! This Bahama Mama Popsicle Recipe is super easy to make and tastes so good! Perfect for a hot summer afternoon when you need a treat. Just make sure you mark that these are adult-only popsicles!
Bahama Mama Ice Pops
I am so excited it is finally summer and time to enjoy afternoons and evenings outside. The barbecue is ready and I can't wait to soak up all the fun summer moments. Do you have a favorite summer activity you are looking forward to? Our weather is still pretty up and down right now in Spokane. This week it was 95 degrees one day and then stormy and 60's the next day. I know in a few weeks I will probably be dreaming of 70-degree weather once the temperature tops 100 degrees outside.
My goal is to make a ton of barbecue recipes and new slow cooker recipes. I try to not turn my stove on if possible during the summer and keep the house as cool as possible. I do everything I can to keep us cool and not heat up the house. Making Bahama Mama Ice Pops is the perfect way to keep cool and enjoy a nice relaxed moment.
Having a party or need some more boozy popsicles? Check out all of the Alcoholic Popsicle Recipes we have shared! They are so good!
Bahama Mama Popsicle
Yields: 6-8 Ice Pops (depending on mold used)
What is in Bahama Mama Ice Pops?
- Orange juice
- Pineapple juice
- Coconut rum
- Freshly squeezed lime juice
ice pop molds work great to form fun shapes for your adult popsicles
popsicle pouches - Also work great just make sure to order the pouches that come with the funnel. You don't want all the boozy goodness pouring outside of the popsicle pouch.
You may find it easier (and less messy) to use a small funnel.
To loosen the ice pops from their molds, run warm water over each mold (just for a few seconds) and serve.
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Bahama Mama Ice Pops Recipe, Adult Popsicle perfect for summer!
- Add all of the ingredients into a large pitcher and stir well.
- Pour the mixture into the ice pop molds, up to the fill line. You may find it easier (and less messy) to use a small funnel.
- Firmly insert the lids on top of each mold and freeze overnight.
- To loosen the ice pops from their molds, run warm water over each mold (just for a few seconds) and serve.