Corona Popsicles

Corona Popsicles recipe pictures

In celebration of Cinco de Mayo, I wanted to post something traditional and authentic AND tasty. Afterall I absolutely love mexican food. But then I remembered that I like my mexican food exclusively from “hole in the wall” mexican restaurants alongside an enormous frozen margarita…or two…or a pitcher. Corona Popsicles recipe pictures So….in celebration of one of my favorite holidays, Cinco de Mayo,  I’m posting this little treat, Corona Popsicles! The amount of work it takes? Well, slim to none.

Corona Popsicles recipe pictures

Here’s what you’ll need

Corona Popsicles recipe pictures

Use a bottle opener to open a Corona. This is Cliff’s new toy.

Corona Popsicles recipe pictures

Pour in a popsicle mold.

Corona Popsicles recipe pictures

We decided to add a lime wedge too, because what’s a Corona without a lime?

Corona Popsicles recipe pictures

This one we just squeezed in some lime juice. Trying to mix it up a bit.

Corona Popsicles recipe pictures

These are solidified and ready to serve. Now we must learn to do vodka popsicles.

Corona Popsicles recipe pictures
Corona Popsicles
Corona Popsicles recipe pictures
Yields 3
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Ingredients
  1. 12 oz Corona
  2. 1 lime, for garnish
Instructions
  1. Open a bottle and pour it into a popsicle mold, like the one shown.
  2. Add a lime slice, if you’d like.
  3. Freeze for 2-4 hours or until it becomes solid.
Adapted from Bakers Royale
Adapted from Bakers Royale
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Comments

  1. says

    These are so fun, especially for super hot days! I gotta question though… do they still taste as good as when you drink it from the bottle? Hopefully they give you the same feeling too ;)

    • says

      Haha, I’m not gonna lie I prefer it from the bottle myself, but on a hot summer day this is an ideal treat. They pretty much taste exactly the same minus it being frozen and all. It’s nothing like your traditional sugary popsicles, it took me a second to get used to it but I’m pretty sure these will be a regular item in our freezer for now on!

  2. says

    This is too cool I have to try this with Guinness and maybe blackcurrant for St. Patrick’s day. I know March is probably too cold in this hemisphere but we can have the Australian Irish start a new tradition.

  3. Debbie Gile says

    If we ever see the sun again I’m going to try your Corona Popsicles. I especially like your bottle opener. I have one just like it (different picture) and love it. You must have got that on your DC trip. Debbie

    • says

      Hi Deb! Yep we got that bottle opener from Kyle! Cliff loves it. Last night we had the idea to make Bluemoon popsicles! Ha! See you soon!

      • says

        I’ve already coined the phrase Blue Moonsicles and we are going to corner the market on them! I have also made the executive decision that these will be made this weekend and post real soon!

  4. Jorie says

    Hmmmm…. interesting. Might give it a go with Summer Shandy since that has a mild lemon flavor…. seems like it was meant to be frozen!

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