How to Make This Summer’s Drunk Snack

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I have it on good faith that Jack and Coke Popsicles will be all the rage in a few month’s as this summer’s drunk snack! I’m making it a goal to try these as soon as it gets warm, but I ask you: Why wait?

If that sounds like your new summer craving, this amazing recipe comes to you from The Relationship Catalogue: Make sure the Coke is flat, which you can do by pouring it into a bowl and letting it sit until there is no more carbonation.

What you’ll need:

Popsicle molds of your choosing

5 fluid ounces of Jack Daniel’s Whiskey

20 fluid ounces Coke, flattened (pour into a bowl and allow to sit until no more carbonation is present; about 1 hour)

3 simple steps:

Pour 1/2 ounce of Jack Daniels into each popsicle mold. Pour 2 ounces of the flattened Coke into the mold

Cover and insert wooden sticks.

Freeze for 4-5 hours or overnight.

I guess you could use Fireball or even Jameson if you are particular one way or another – but you won’t care after a few pops. Cheers.

Summertime is a perfect time to turn your favorite cocktails into ‘poptails’ or boozy popsicles. This classic is tasty and refreshing. With a little trick your popsicles will turn out perfectly every time!

I must admit as much as I love a refreshing, well-flavored cocktail during summer’s dog days, I love it more in frozen form. There is nothing quite like ending a day of outings or driving to and fro by pulling out an icy popsicle of my favorite cocktail.

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Some others are:

Costa Rican Watermelon Mojito Popsicles. Watermelon, mint and a bit of rum, take the edge of summer’s heat with a refreshing poptail!

If you prefer a creamier popsicle, you will love spiced rum horchata pops. They’re dairy-free and seasoned with cinnamon and vanilla.

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