Rosé, grapefruit and elderflower popsicles

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I scream, you scream, we all scream for … rosé popsicles!

These delicious rosé popsicles will become your new BFF during pool parties and BBQs. They’re refreshing, tasty, and just sweet enough.

Making 4 large popsicles:

  • 150 g Mirabeau classic rosé
  • 120 g grapefruit juice
  • 30 g elderflower cordial
  • Juice of 1/2 lemon
  • Decoration: slices of cucumber, lime and strawberries, edible flowers,…

Method:

  1. Mix together rosé, juice, cordial and lemon juice.
  2. Place decorations in your popsicle moulds.
  3. Pour in the rosé mixture on top.
  4. Freeze for 4 hours minimum.
  5. Et voilà !

Also see these lovely summer desserts:

Sophie Bellard
The author: Sophie Bellard

We are Marie, Sophie and Alice (m., s. & a., or rather a., m. & s. on this picture!), three French sisters passionate about good food and beautiful landscapes. Although we now all work and study in different countries, the three of us are still very close and we speak to each other multiple times a day! Each of us has her own personality, and that is what makes us complementary. Sophie is the creative one: she creates, styles and shoot all the recipes for the blog. Marie, as the eldest, can be seen as the “conductor”: she makes sure everything is running smoothly and deadlines are met, and she’s the one with the indispensable computing skills. And Alice is the baby sister! Alice has a hidden talent for writing. And when she gets carried away, she can write pages about a simple walk or about one of Sophie’s delicious cakes.

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