When it’s hot, sometimes the most refreshing treat is an ice cold popsicle. I’ll admit that I think it’s even better when that popsicle is boozy and delicious! This blackberry strawberry margarita pops are the perfect recipe when you are looking for an ice cold sweet treat that also has a little adult kick!
I love blackberry season, and I look for every way possible to use them. I love the tart taste that the blackberries give these strawberry margarita pops–and they’re so easy to add!
Making frozen margarita pops is easier than ever and with this perfectly portioned recipe–you can’t go wrong. No need to stress over the perfect combo to avoid them not freezing correctly, I did all the hard work for you.
Whip up a batch of these tonight and they’ll be waiting for you tomorrow at happy hour! If you love making boozy popsicle recipes make sure you check out my Strawbery Lemonade Vodka Popsicles, the Boozy Arnold Palmer Pops, and Frozen Vodka Lemonade Pops.
These blackberry strawberry margarita pops satisfy my love of boozy popsicles as well as my love of margaritas! How could they not be delightful when they meet such delicious criteria?
Make these delicious and tasty treats for your next happy hour, Cinco de Mayo party, or just because!
Ingredients for Blackberry Strawberry Margarita Pops:
- Strawberry Margarita Mix or Tequila
- Strawberry Lemonade
- Fresh Strawberries
- Fresh Blackberries
How to make Strawberry Margarita Popsicles with blackberries:
- Arrange popsicle molds in a popsicle mold stand if using a Zoku or ice pops mold insert if using a traditional popsicle mold.
- Drop a few blackberries and strawberry slices into each mold. You’re welcome to slice the blackberries is you’d like, or blend them!
- Pour 2 1/2 ounces of strawberry lemonade and 2 ounces of margarita mix or tequila. If you’re using a traditional mold, make sure to add the sticks before you freeze.
- Place popsicles into the freezer for 3 – 4 hours or overnight.
- Run hot water over the molds for 20 seconds to remove the popsicles from the molds.
Can I change this recipe a little?
You can! This frozen treats recipe is pretty forgiving, as long as you don’t increase the alcohol content a lot–then they won’t freeze. Here are some of the things I’ve done with this recipe:
- Add tequila and orange liqueur instead of strawberry margarita mix and lemonade
- Add lime juice to the popsicles
- Use orange juice instead of strawberry lemonade
- You’re also welcome to make a traditional margarita with triple sec and freeze that!
- Feel free to blend the ingredients instead of mixing them by hand and adding the fruit. You’ll end up with a delicious and not-so-chunky popsicle!
Looking for more boozy popsicle recipes?
I love margaritas–frozen, on the rocks, and in popsicle form! I’m always happy to share the most delicious margaritas that I love and make myself here–I hope you love them as much as I do!
- Strawberry Lemonade Vodka Popsicles I love how easy this recipe is, and it always impresses my guests!
- Rum and Coke Popsicles I’ve found that guys love these!! Not sure what it is about rum and coke, but we never have leftovers when I make these.
- Frozen Vodka Lemonade Pops Another super easy boozy popsicle recipe.
- Strawberry Lime Sorbet with Tequila I’m not messing around with the cold treats! Here in Arizona we need multiple ways to cool off during the summer ;)
Strawberry Blackberry Margarita Pops
- 2 oz Strawberry Margarita Mix or Tequila
- 2 oz Lemonade I used Santa Cruz Strawberry
- 5 Strawberries Fresh, sliced
- 10 Blackberries Fresh
- Arrange popsicle molds in a popsicle mold stand.
- Drop into each mold a few blackberries and strawberry slices.
- Into each mold, pour 2 1/2 ounces of strawberry lemonade and 2 ounces of margarita mix or tequila.
- Place popsicle into the freezer for 3 - 4 hours or overnight.
- Run tepid water over the molds for 20 seconds to remove the popsicles from the molds.