Mini Kiwi Margarita Popscicles | Rimmed with salt and a lime, these easy popsicles are the best boozy way to cool down on hot summer months.

Get ready for hot summer days with this cool, refreshing treat!  This non-alcoholic margarita masterpiece is suitable for all ages and will be a crowd pleaser for sure.  With only a few ingredients and some simple gadgets, it’s a breeze to create!  Put this frozen favorite at the top of your list and enjoy it year after year.

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Kiwi Margarita Freezer Pops

Preparation 5

Making your own popsicles has never been easier…or cuter! These quick and simple kiwi-margarita pops bring together the fun look of bright green kiwi with the delicious flavors of margarita mix. Topped with a salt-kissed lime, these popsicles can be prepped in 5 minutes or less, and ready to lick in about 3 hours.

Ingredients

  • 1 1/2 cups margarita mixer
  • 4 kiwis, peeled and cored
  • 1 lime, sliced thin
  • 2 Tbsp coarse sea salt

Instructions

In a blender, puree margarita mixer and kiwi’s together. Pour puree into prepared yogurt containers. With a Good Cook vegetable knife, slice a thin strip in the center of four lime slices, then press a wooden ice-cream spoon halfway through the center of each lime slice. Gently set a lime slice on top of the puree in each yogurt container, so half the wooden spoon is sticking inside the puree, and the other half is sticking out of the yogurt container. Sprinkle the top of the lime with coarse salt. Transfer carefully to a freezer, freeze until firm, about 3-5 hours. Remove from yogurt containers to serve.

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