Margarita Popsicles

Margarita Popsicles

Margaritas are definitely one of my favorite summer cocktails (it just doesn’t feel right to drink them when it’s cold outside), but when it’s too hot even for a margarita, that’s when you pull out the margarita popsicles.
Margarita popsicles are like an edible, frozen version of a classic cocktail

These are somehow creamy, sweet, sour, and salty all at the same time. I know, it sounds impossible and too good to be true. Oh, and aside from juicing the limes, they’re pretty quick to put together. You need a lot of lime juice, though, so retain the services of someone with plenty of arm strength to help you juice them all. Promise them a popsicle (or two) in payment, and maybe you’ll be able to find some helpers.
Margarita popsicles are like an edible, frozen version of a classic cocktail

Margarita Popsicles

1ΒΌ cup fresh lime juice (about 8-10 limes)
1 (14oz) can of sweetened condensed milk
1 cup water
3 Tbsp tequila
1 Tbsp Triple Sec
pinch of table salt
Kosher salt or margarita salt

In a large container with a spout (such as a pitcher), combine lime juice, water, condensed milk, table salt, tequila, and Triple Sec. Whisk ingredients until mixed, then pour into a popsicle mold.
Freeze for at least 6 hours, or overnight. Sprinkle with margarita salt immediately before serving.

Margarita popsicles are like an edible, frozen version of a classic cocktail
Margarita popsicles are like an edible, frozen version of a classic cocktail

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