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Recipe | Boozy Frappuccino Popsicles




recipe_coffee_boozy_popsicle_baileys_starbucks_6 What better way to get through the midweek daze than some boozy frappuccino popsicles?! I have to start out by saying I had never made popsicles at home before this. I kept seeing mouth-watering pins all over Pinterest and thought I needed to try it out for myself. I picked up these popsicle molds from our local Homegoods. Overall they turned out SO GOOD! We did try to include a caramel layer in the mold which didn’t solidify. Instead we just drizzled our finished product with some. Yum! The coffee made this recipe feel a little more winterish but I’ll definitely be breaking out these molds a lot more once the weather warms back up again! I’m thinking definitely these red velvet cheesecake ones are a must try, or even these PSL flavored ones would be good now! Endless inspiration for these easy treats.

Boozy Frappuccino Popsicles


  • Starbucks Iced Frappuccino -flavor of your choice
  • Bailey's Irish Cream Liqueur
  • Popsicle molds
  • Tin foil
  • Popsicle sticks or paper straws


  1. Mix your frappuccino and Bailey's (I chose the original Irish Cream flavor) in a pitcher. Use 3/4 frappuccino and 1/4 Bailey's.
  2. Then pour into your popsicle molds.
  3. Next insert your popsicle stick or straw and place a piece of foil over it to hold it in place.
  4. Freeze for at least 3 hours. (We opted for overnight!)
  5. Then your popsicles should come out of your molds.
  6. Top with any of the following; caramel, chocolate sauce, cacao nibs, shredded coconut, or jimmies.
  7. Enjoy!
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  1. katie wrote:

    Okay, so you had me at boozy. But this is a GREAT idea. I love, love, love this Taylor!

    ​​xx katie // A Touch of Teal

    Published 11.4.15
    • Taylor wrote:

      Haha, me too girl don’t you worry! Thank you!!


      Published 11.4.15
  2. MichelleK wrote:

    This siunds amazing! I have 1/4 a bottel of bailey’s left after Christmas and a party coming up. This seems like a fab idea to use some of that.
    I sometimes make cinnamon rootbeer float popsicles, I ket a can of rootbeer go flat, blend it with 4 scoops of cinnabun icecream, a handful of icecubes, a cup of milk and 1/4 tsp each of ginger, cinnamon and cardemon. Pour into moulds and freeze.

    Published 1.5.16
    • Taylor wrote:

      Yum that sounds absolutely amazing! Thanks for sharing!


      Published 1.5.16
  3. katie wrote:

    These look so amazing! Can’t believe I didn’t learn about these sooner! Hope you’re having a nice weekend!

    ​xx katie // a touch of teal

    Published 10.9.16