Tequila Lime Margarita Popsicles
In honour of Cinco de Mayo and my LOVE for tequila (LOL! 🤪), we thought it would be fun to whip up some Tequila Lime Margarita Popsicles to share with you. Since we have been social distancing and we haven’t been able to play around with these recipes together (usually we like to experiment with them as a team), Rachelle (our talented photographer and recipe wizard!) offered to make these adult treats … be warned, these little slices of Cinco de Mayo heaven are dangerously tasty! LOL! I’ll let Rachelle take it away and walk through how you can whip them up at home!Hey guys, it’s Rachelle here! I’m so excited to share this recipe with you today. Like Jill, I am also a HUGE tequila fan, but I’m not so much a sweet person. These (to me) are the PERFECT mix of salty tequila and zesty lime. If you’re looking to jazz up a ladies brunch/dinner party or pool day (when we are allowed to hang out with others again!) I would highly suggest making these. They’re super creamy and are 100% a crowd-pleaser. While I was trying to shoot them they were melting quite quickly. I was using my finger to wipe away (and eat) any popsicle mess … needless to say, I’m glad the photos are all crisp and not blurry because there was a lot of “recipe testing” happening during that shoot on a rather sunny afternoon!Pro tip: If you love this recipe as much as we do and have an ice cream maker handy you could whip up a batch to store in the freezer. Just toss the ingredients in and make some tequila coconut lime ice cream! If you are a tequila fan, these are sure to not disappoint! Another great cocktail recipe for Cinco de Mayo is the Watermelon Jalapeno Margaritas, you can find them here. Let us know in the comments below if you test out the recipe, we’d love to know what your thoughts are. xo Rachelle
Any chance you can share where the popsicle moulds are from? Thanks so much!
These are the ones we use! Here is the link: https://rstyle.me/+Oyqa3J-mTZBmg_HO7IsPdg xo
Hello! I am wondering if you think it would be possible to substitute a keto-friendly sweetener for the the sugar, such as granulated monk fruit or xylitol.
I think it should be ok, but we didn’t test it out! If you end up trying it let us know how it turns out xo