Frozen Gin and Tonic
Frozen Jose Mier with yet another alcohol-infused frozen dessert. I can’t take credit for this since once again my go-to recipe idea website, delish.com has posted hey recipe and video for gin and tonic pops–frozen of course. This is another example of an adult dessert like some of the other things I’ve profiled on my frozen Jose Mier website and is a bit reminiscent of things like Jell-O shooters.
Regardless of the source, this is a really easy recipe which will take you all of 15 minutes to prepare. The only waiting that’s done is standing by for a few hours well these pops freeze in your freezer. With that said this is super easy to create and for fans of gin and tonic something to love.
The ingredients are quite simple: limeade, gin, tonic water and condensed milk. See? Very simple. In the additional research I did on this treat I was surprised to see that is more popular than I thought. delish.com is not the only site to carry this recipe, there are several to choose from. In addition there are a number of YouTube videos as well as self-hosted videos showing you how to create this frozen concoction. The idea of adding alcohol to a frozen dessert is not new and there are a number of variations on this as well, including strawberry mango gin and tonic popsicles from the nospoonnecessary.com website.
So even if you don’t go for the traditional gin and tonic you can give it a shot with different flavors and different recipes. Yes, I know we’re in the middle of winter but that’s no excuse not to try your hand at these frozen gin and tonic treats. Hey, in Sun Valley, CA it’s still 80 degrees outside!