Guava Frose Pops

Summer is here and you can cool off with one of these tropical guava frose pops! Made with fruit nectar, like guava, or even strawberry or apricot, you can have a frozen boozy treat anytime! These two ingredient treats are always good to have on hand for summer days with your girlfriends!

Dish Count :: 3 Glass Measuring Cups, 9-12 Ziptop Frozen Pop Bags

So last weekend we had to take Emmett to urgent care for a rapid fever. He’d been dealing with a cold for a couple weeks, and the cough hadn’t gone away. Then the fever hit. It was low grade at first, but climbed through the day as he was home with Ben, and by the time we got to the hospital to get him looked at it was 103.1. Every mom’s worst nightmare. He was adored by the intake nurses, and to help him feel better and cool him down, he had his first Otter Pop! That’s when I wanted one, and a glass of wine. At the same time. Then boom, it dawned on me that I had these pop bags at home and a bottle of rose in the fridge.

It was good, and so it was done.

Guava Frose Pops with rose bottle on a serving tray holding 3 popsicles

The best part of these is that you can mix and match any fruit nectar you want to give you some serious summer flair. I opted for my all time favorite guava juice for these guava frose pops! And then I also maee some with apricot nectar and strawberry nectar! Each is absolutely divine, and I am not party planner, but these would be amazing at any summer wedding shower, baby shower, or girls’ night out on the back deck  with wine and a cheese plate. Which is exactly what I am going to be doing this summer.

Your summer shenanigans are here ladies! Let’s “Woo Girl” all day, every day. Grab your favorite bottle of rose to make a batch of these guava frose pops this weekend. Or just make them to keep on hand for those days you just “can’t even”. I understand. And entirely endorse.

Yield: 9 Pops

Tropical Fruit and Guava Frose Pops

Ingredients:

  • 4 ounces each variety of Tropical Fruit, or Guava Nectar (up to three varieties – I used Apricot, Guava, and Strawberry)
  • 12 ounces Rose Wine
  • 9 Zip Top Popsicle Bags

Directions:

Divide four ounces of nectar into 3 different measuring cups. Divide four ounces of rose among the measuring cups to make 1 cup of each tropical variety.

1/2 cup Guava + 1/2 cup Rose

1/2 cup Apricot Nectar + 1/2 cup Rose

1/2 cup Strawberry Nectar + 1/2 cup Rose

Gently stir together.

Divide into zip top Popsicle Bags, remove air from the bags, and freeze until the frose pops are solid (at least 3 hours, best overnight.)

Serve.