17 Boozy Popsicles to Enjoy This Summer

Alcohol-infused "poptails" are blowing up on Pinterest this summer.

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For a spin on the classic summer dessert (opens in new tab), try infusing your popsicles with alcohol for a delicious and boozy treat this season. They're super popular on Pinterest (opens in new tab) right now—in fact, searches for "boozy popsicles" have increased 68% since last year. Find some of our favorite recipes to make your own boozy "poptails" below, and for more ideas check out Pinterest's Cool Summer Popsicles (opens in new tab) board.

1.Prosecco Popsicles

If you don't own ice pop molds, try this quick hack: Pour yourself a glass of bubbly and place a fruity popsicle in the glass. Voila! You've got yourself a poptail.

2.Vodka Gummy Bear Popsicles

How can you made vodka-soaked gummy bears even better? Turn them into popsicles by freezing them in Sprite!

Get the recipe at A Spicy Perspective (opens in new tab).

3.Basil Mint Citrus Mojito Popsicles

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With over 8,000 pins (opens in new tab), these minty rum pops are the most popular boozy popsicles on Pinterest this summer.

Get the recipe at Practically Functional (opens in new tab).

4.Champagne and Fruit Popsicles

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All you need to make these boozy treats is a bottle of bubbly and some fresh fruit.

Get the recipe at Barefoot Wine & Bubbly (opens in new tab).

5.Bourbon and White Peach Popsicles

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These boozy pops are just begging to be enjoyed on a porch swing.

Get the recipe at The Beach House Kitchen (opens in new tab).

6.Coconut Cream Popsicles with Vanilla Bean and Malibu Rum

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Take yourself on a mini vacation with these tropical popsicles. All that's missing is the tiny umbrella!

Get the recipe at The Modern Proper (opens in new tab).

7.Bellini Popsicles with Edible Flowers

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Elevate your brunch game with these champagne popsicles.

Get the recipe at Honestly Yum (opens in new tab).

8.Jalapeño Mango Margarita Popsicles

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Take these tequila-infused popsicles to the next level by serving them in a margarita.

Get the recipe at Broma Bakery (opens in new tab).

9.Kahlua Coconut Cream Affogato Popsicles

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Get buzzed with these boozy coffee pops.

Get the recipe at Yes to Yolks (opens in new tab).

10.Strawberry Negroni Popsicles

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Cool off with this refreshing spin on the classic cocktail.

Get the recipe at The Roaming Kitchen (opens in new tab).

11.Dark and Stormy Popsicles

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Ginger beer and dark rum is even more delicious in popsicle form.

Get the recipe at Brooklyn Supper (opens in new tab).

12.Whiskey Yogurt Fig Popsicles

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For a slightly boozy treat, try these yogurt and fig popsicles that only use two tablespoons of whiskey.

Get the recipe at The Little Epicurean (opens in new tab).

13.Lemonade Moonshine Popsicles

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When life gives you lemons, make lemonade moonshine popsicles.

Get the recipe at Dessert For Two (opens in new tab).

14.Moscow Mule Popsicles

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You only need three ingredients to make these boozy popsicles.

Get the recipe at Shutterbean (opens in new tab).

15.Irish Coffee Popsicles

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Can't get enough iced coffee this summer? Try these boozy popsicles for a little extra kick.

Get the recipe at Feast and West (opens in new tab).

16.Mango Bourbon Smash Popsicles

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Bourbon and mango isn't the most obvious flavor combo, but trust us: it's super tasty.

Get the recipe at Heart of a Baker (opens in new tab).

17.piced Rum Horchata Pops

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This creamy, cinnamon-infused drink tastes even better frozen (and spiked with rum).

Get the recipe at The Speckled Palate (opens in new tab).

Lyndsey Matthews is the Destination News Editor for AFAR; previously she was a Lifestyle Editor across all of Hearst Digital Media's brands, and a digital editor at Martha Stewart Weddings and Travel + Leisure.