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Cherry Moscato Popsicles

  • Prep 10 min
  • Total 8 hr 0 min
  • Ingredients 4
  • Servings 10

Ingredients

20
bing cherries (stems removed, pitted and cut in half)
1
bottle Moscato
10
popsicle sticks
10
popsicle molds

Nutrition Information

NUTRITION INFORMATION PER SERVING

Serving Size: 1 Serving
% Daily Value
% Daily Value*:
Exchanges:
Free
*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
No nutrition information available for this recipe

Expert Tips

Paletas could be stored in the freezer for up to a month.

Summer evenings are extra nice when accompanied by a nice cold glass of chilled wine. It could be white or sparkling or moscato; I’m not picky. I happily hold my glass out waiting for a refill or pop a bottle open to enjoy with my family. Yes, we are chilled wine drinkers. Well as the summer months were approaching, I started to get into a groove of popsicle making. I had just bought a new popsicle maker off the web, and was crazy in the kitchen creating new flavors. Then one of my girlfriends was coming over on the first blazing hot weekend; the summer was pitching at us and I know she is an absolute wine lover so I decided to make her a moscato popsicle. I had a large bag of bing cherries in the fridge, and before I knew it… I was pitting cherries and dropping them into my popsicle molds. I filled them up to the top with pure moscato and popped them in the freezer. Once they were frozen (which was at the height of the heat the next day) we were happily ready to eat them. It was like having a sweet glass of wine with frozen cherries on a stick. Yes, I will be making these super easy-to-make popsicle again and again, and I think my girlfriend will too!

Directions

  • 1 Wash cherries. Remove stems and pits. Cut each cherry in half.
  • 2 Drop four cherry halves in each popsicle mold. Then fill each mold to the top with moscato.
  • 3 Place sticks into the top and freeze for 8 hours or overnight.
  • 4 When ready to eat, dip popsicle mold into a bath of warm water for 15 seconds then carefully pull out of mold.
  • 5 Wrap each paleta in a plastic wrap or baggie to store in freezer or eat immediately.

Summer evenings are extra nice when accompanied by a nice cold glass of chilled wine. It could be white or sparkling or moscato; I’m not picky. I happily hold my glass out waiting for a refill or pop a bottle open to enjoy with my family. Yes, we are chilled wine drinkers. Well as the summer months were approaching, I started to get into a groove of popsicle making. I had just bought a new popsicle maker off the web, and was crazy in the kitchen creating new flavors. Then one of my girlfriends was coming over on the first blazing hot weekend; the summer was pitching at us and I know she is an absolute wine lover so I decided to make her a moscato popsicle. I had a large bag of bing cherries in the fridge, and before I knew it… I was pitting cherries and dropping them into my popsicle molds. I filled them up to the top with pure moscato and popped them in the freezer. Once they were frozen (which was at the height of the heat the next day) we were happily ready to eat them. It was like having a sweet glass of wine with frozen cherries on a stick. Yes, I will be making these super easy-to-make popsicle again and again, and I think my girlfriend will too!

Rate and Comment

Nicole Presley Nicole Presley
September 16, 2015

Summer evenings are extra nice when accompanied by a nice cold glass of chilled wine. It could be white or sparkling or moscato; I’m not picky. I happily hold my glass out waiting for a refill or pop a bottle open to enjoy with my family. Yes, we are chilled wine drinkers. Well as the summer months were approaching, I started to get into a groove of popsicle making. I had just bought a new popsicle maker off the web, and was crazy in the kitchen creating new flavors. Then one of my girlfriends was coming over on the first blazing hot weekend; the summer was pitching at us and I know she is an absolute wine lover so I decided to make her a moscato popsicle. I had a large bag of bing cherries in the fridge, and before I knew it… I was pitting cherries and dropping them into my popsicle molds. I filled them up to the top with pure moscato and popped them in the freezer. Once they were frozen (which was at the height of the heat the next day) we were happily ready to eat them. It was like having a sweet glass of wine with frozen cherries on a stick. Yes, I will be making these super easy-to-make popsicle again and again, and I think my girlfriend will too!