17th Jul 2021
The perfect recipe if you planned on sipping on G&T’s in the sunshine all weekend – gin & tonic ice pops. They need to freeze so make them now for this evening.
We have the perfect recipe if you planned on guzzling G&T’s in the sunshine all weekend – gin and tonic ice lollies!
Ice lollies or ice pops? Editor Lauren thinks everything is ice cream whether there’s cream involved or not, which I think we can all agree is disturbingly incorrect. Whatever way you say it, your key to the dreamiest of summer days awaits…
Gin & Tonic Ice Pops
- 50ml of the gin of your choice
- 700ml of tonic water
- 1 lime
- 1 cucumber
- Icepop Moulds
- Optional: if you’re feeling fancy, you can throw in berries like the picture below.
1 Mix your gin and tonic with juice from the lime.
2 Slice the cucumber and place a slice into your ice pop moulds.
3 Add the gin, tonic and lime juice mix into the mould.
4 Place your moulds in the freezer and leave overnight.
If your ice-pops didn’t work out, you don’t own ice pop moulds or you’re just too lazy to make them – fret not. Aldi has you covered with these Gin and Tonic ice lollies. You get four in a pack at €3.50 per box. They have a 4.5% alcohol level, are only available to customers aged 18 years and over and also come in Prosecco and Peach Bellini flavour.
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