Fruity, fresh, and festive! Reminiscent of classic firecracker pops, these Red, White, and Blue Sangria Pops put a sophisticated spin on a nostalgic summer treat–and they’re sure to be the star of your Fourth of July barbecue. These boozy pops are easy to prepare ahead of time. Just leave them in the freezer before heading out for a day of lakeside lounging, beach barbecuing, or a competitive cornhole tournament.This whimsical recipe uses honey as a natural sweetener and adds fresh strawberries and blueberries for an extra burst of flavor. Your guests can even choose between frozen red or white sangria pops, creating a colorful display and offering options for every partygoer. For added fun, toss the leftover fruity sangria ice in the blender to make adult-only slushies. No matter how you serve them, be sure to store these pops in a cool place to avoid a melted mess. 


Recipe Summary test

4 hrs 15 mins


Red Sangria
White Sangria


Instructions Checklist
  • In a pitcher stir together red wine, orange juice, and honey.

  • In a second pitcher, stir together white wine, grape juice, and limeade.

  • Drop strawberries and blueberries into cups. Pour white sangria over fruit into seven cups. Do the same with the red sangria.

  • Place plastic wrap over each cup. Poke straw through plastic wrap, then pup pops in freezer for at least four hours.

  • Once frozen, remove plastic wrap and cups from pops.