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Fireball Whisky Popsicles

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Beat the summer heat with these fun and refreshing cinnamon-flavored Fireball whisky popsicles.Inspired by: Crayons and Cravings
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  1. Fireball Whisky Popsicles Ingredients
  2. How to Make This Fireball Whisky Popsicles Recipe
  3. How To Serve
  4. Storage
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Summertime is the perfect time to break out these Fireball whisky popsicles. This cream soda and cinnamon-flavored icy treat is the ideal way to cool down on a hot day since they’re so easy to make and they taste delicious.

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Fireball Whisky Popsicles Ingredients

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You’ll need:

  • 4 cups cream soda (I used the A&W brand)
  • ⅔ cup of Fireball whisky
  • 10 FROZIP (8×2-inch) disposable popsicle plastic bags
  • Freezer safe tray and a small food-safe funnel (like the one that comes with the FROZIP popsicle bags)

PRO TIP:

If you purchase a different brand of disposable popsicle bags, you may get extra or fewer popsicles from this recipe as not all disposable popsicle bags are made equal. I like the Frozip brand because it comes with the needed food-safe funnel to help easily fill the bags with liquids. You will get enough bags to make adult, or kid-friendly, popsicles all summer long.

SUBSTITUTIONS AND ADDITIONS

CREAM SODA: Any brand of cream soda will work just fine for these alcoholic popsicles, so be sure to use a brand you enjoy drinking. If you do not want to purchase a 2-liter bottle for this recipe, you can use two (16.9-ounce) bottles instead. You will have a little extra liquid, but that is not a problem because you can always fill one of the popsicle bags partially full. It will not affect the end results.

SODA: I tried making this adult ice pop recipe with traditional root beer, Dr Pepper cream soda, and also adding 2 (1½-ounce) shots of Rum Chata to the mix. These alternatives were good, but the straight cream soda version was my favorite.

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How to Make This Fireball Whisky Popsicles Recipe

STEP ONE: In a large bowl with a pour spout, combine the cream soda and Fireball whisky. Stir gently to help settle the bubbles from the soda carbonation. 

PRO TIP:

You want to have as few bubbles as possible, so try not to stir up the soda too vigorously.

cream soda and fire whiskey combined in a measuring cup

STEP TWO: Insert the plastic funnel into the open end of one popsicle bag and slowly pour the cream soda and Fireball whisky combination up to the fill line of the popsicle bag.

PRO TIP:

The easiest way to pour the liquid into the freezer bags is to sit it in a tall cup which will free both hands for holding the funnel and pouring.

funnel inserted into the popsicle bag and liquid poured in it

STEP THREE: Seal the bag and lay it flat on the freezer-safe tray.

sealed bag of Fireball Whisky in a tray

STEP FOUR: Repeat with the remaining Fireball cinnamon roll liquid, filling all the popsicle bags.

STEP FIVE: Freeze for a minimum of 8 hours, but an overnight freeze is best.

overhead shot of Fireball Whisky Popsicles and fireball bottle in a tray

How To Serve

Enjoy this frozen treat on a hot summer day when you are enjoying a little time with friends. For a variety of snacking options, our cucumber bites and dill pickle Chex mix will satisfy your cravings.

Our boozy popsicles are another flavor of cool and tasty adult treats, while our Fireball jello shots are a fun treat for a party.

Storage

IN THE FRIDGE: These Fireball whisky ice pops need to be kept frozen; otherwise, they will melt if kept in the fridge. 

IN THE FREEZER: You can store these Fireball cinnamon roll boozy popsicles in the freezer for up to 2 months. Make sure you keep them separately from the kid-friendly popsicles and label these accordingly so that any potential mix-up is avoided.

a bunch of Fireball Whisky Popsicles in a bucket of ice

If you’re a fan of Fireball whisky, or if you just want to try something new and exciting, these boozy ice pops are definitely worth checking out. You need just two ingredients, and these easy treats taste just like cinnamon buns.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Can I make these in popsicle molds instead of bags?

If you have a different type of ice pop molds, you can most definitely use them instead of the disposable bags.

Can I use a different type of soda in this recipe?

These homemade popsicles are customizable if you’d like to change the flavor of the soda. We tried root beer as well, and it was also tasty.

How long will these ice pops last in the freezer?

You can keep these boozy ice pops in the freezer for up to two months.

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a bunch of Fireball Whisky Popsicles in a bucket of ice

Fireball Whisky Popsicles

5 from 2 votes
Beat the summer heat with these fun and refreshing cinnamon-flavored Fireball whisky popsicles.
Inspired by: Crayons and Cravings
Prep Time 2 minutes
Total Time 8 hours 2 minutes
Servings 10

Ingredients
  

  • 4 cups cream soda, I used the A&W brand
  • cup Fireball whisky
  • 10 FROZIP (8×2-inch) disposable popsicle plastic bags
  • Freezer safe tray and a small food safe funnel, (like the one that comes with the FROZIP popsicle bags)

Instructions
 

  • In a large bowl with a pour spout, combine the cream soda and Fireball whisky. Stir gently to help settle the bubbles from the soda carbonation. You want as few bubbles as possible.
  • Insert the plastic funnel into the open end of one popsicle bag and slowly pour the cream soda and Fireball whisky combination to the fill line of the popsicle bag.
  • Seal the bag and lay it flat on the freezer-safe tray.
  • Repeat with the remaining Fireball cinnamon roll liquid filling all the popsicle bags.
  • Freeze for a minimum of 8 hours, but an overnight freeze is best.

Notes

  • If you purchase a different brand of disposable popsicle bags, you may get extra or fewer popsicles from this recipe as not all disposable popsicle bags are made equal. I like the Frozip brand because it comes with the needed food-safe funnel to help easily fill the bags with liquids. You will get enough bags to make adult, or kid-friendly, popsicles all summer long.
  • You want to have as few bubbles as possible, so try not to stir up the soda too vigorously.
  • The easiest way to pour the liquid into the freezer bags is to sit it in a tall cup which will free both hands for holding the funnel and pouring.

Nutrition

Sodium: 1mg | Potassium: 1mg | Calories: 37kcal | Iron: 1mg
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