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NewRaspberry Hibiscus Ice Pop Cocktail

A hand dipping a berry coloured ice pop into a glass filled with orange juice and a sprig of mint.

PC Raspberry Hibiscus Flavoured Ice Pops

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Raspberry Hibiscus Ice Pop Cocktail

Skip the ice in your cocktails and add an ice pop instead, suggests PC® Chef Carrie Rau. “This drin...

Skip the ice in your cocktails and add an ice pop instead, suggests PC® Chef Carrie Rau. “This drink is beautiful to look at and delicious on a hot day – and when you dip the ice pop in, it adds that extra colour and whimsy as it melts.”

  • Level: Easy
  • Preparation: 5 mins
  • Ready in: 5 mins
  • Serves: 1
  • Dish Type: Canadian, American
  • Season: Spring, Summer
  • Course: Beverage
  • Main Ingredient: Wine
  • Amount Per Serving

  • Serving Size

    1 cup (250 mL) cocktail and 1 ice pop

  • Sodium

    0

  • Sugars

    22

  • Protein

    0

  • Calories

    250

  • Total Fat

    0

  • Dietary Fibre

    0

NewRaspberry Hibiscus Ice Pop Cocktail

A hand dipping a berry coloured ice pop into a glass filled with orange juice and a sprig of mint.

PC Raspberry Hibiscus Flavoured Ice Pops

  • Amount Per Serving

  • Serving Size

    1 cup (250 mL) cocktail and 1 ice pop

  • Sodium

    0

  • Sugars

    22

  • Protein

    0

  • Calories

    250

  • Total Fat

    0

  • Dietary Fibre

    0

How to make

Ingredients

  • 2/3 cup (167 mL)Moscato, Prosecco, Cava or non-alcoholic sparkling wine, chilled (about 5 oz)
  • 1/4 cup (60 mL)pulp-free orange juice, chilled
  • 1 tsp (5 mL) grenadine syrup
  • 1frozen PC® Raspberry Hibiscus Flavoured Ice Pop

How to make

  • Step 1Pour wine and orange juice into stemless wine glass or other wide-mouth glass. Add grenadine and let sink to bottom of glass.
  • Step 2Add frozen ice pop to glass. The ice pop will melt into the cocktail as you drink.
  • Try this: Add frozen raspberries or fresh mint leaves to your glass.

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