• Wow! that is looking amazing! Wine , popsicle… summer is fun

  • Mama G

    An ice lolly… made of wine. You truly are one remarkable woman *bows* 😉

    • Hi There Mama G, Thanks for such for your kind words… blush. Give these a try. They are so fun in so many ways. 🙂

  • Cheryl Therrien

    Who would have thought? Wine-sicles! 🙂

    • Hi Cheryl, Yep, its pretty cool, in more ways then one… LOL.

  • Catarina Alexon

    What a wonderful idea, Susan!! Love it!!

    • It’s so fun to make Catarina. I know you’d love it. 🙂

  • Too bad my popsicle lover is my ten-year-old – the wine just wouldn’t work, for more reasons than one. But this sounds like a great adult treat.

    I should go buy a popsicle set – maybe I can try making a melon popsicle of some kind that she would eat.

    • I believe you could use an nice apple juice in place of the wine for your daughter, Leora. Let me if you try it and how it turns out. 🙂

      • Grape juice? Or would that overpower the melon? Some kind of juice … (my picky eater doesn’t care for apple juice, either).

        • I would think a good white grape juice would work well. 🙂

        • Jon Jefferson

          The nice thing about apple juice for stuff like this, it has a neutral flavor. It can be hidden and let the flavors from the melon and mint shine through.

  • Mary Slagel

    Wow. Wine and popsicles combined? That is amazing. I love incorporating alcohol into various foods and deserts but this one is an impressive one I wouldn’t have thought of.

    • Hi Mary, You will really enjoy this recipe, especially how easy it is to make. Enjoy. 🙂

  • Jeri Walker-Bickett

    A grown-up popsicle to be sure 😉 I’ll have to forward this one to my sister so she can try it the next time she barbecues. I’m thinking some sort of wine popsicles with blackberries would be great!

    • That it is Jeri. The nice thing about this recipe is the wine doesn’t overwhelm it. Over all it has a nice balance in flavors. Enjoy. 🙂

  • Margarita Slavkova

    Hi Susan, I am coming here from Adrienne’s blog. I am glad I did. Now I have to make those Popsicles because your recipe and pictures created a sense of urgency. Good stuff!

    • Hi Margarita, I’m so glad you did and welcome… :-). These popsicles are really fun to make so enjoy and let me know what you think when you do. 🙂

  • Debra Yearwood

    I’m getting together with some girlfriends on the weekend to make some garden sculptures. Its messy, sticky work. I think serving these once we’ve finished our master pieces will be an awesome way to end a creative day. 🙂

    • That sounds like allot of fun Debra. What a great thing to do after the there creations are done. You must tell me how it went when you do. 🙂

      • Debra Yearwood

        Great success with the winesicles, they are delicious!. The sculpting was also good fun and I can’t wait to add my lady to my garden. I’ll put a picture up in Google+ later this weekend. My sister-in law has the pictures.

        • That is way Cool Debra, It pleases me to no end that the wine-sicles were a great success. I can’t wait to see the picture of you event. 🙂

  • Yay! I can’t wait to try these.
    In a few weeks, I’m going to meet with my book club ladies. And, they absolutely LOVE Moscato! I know they will enjoy this.

    Thanks a bunch for sharing!

    • You are so very welcome Jennifer. Then these will be big hit with your book club. Let me know who it went when you do. 🙂

  • Lorraine Marie Reguly

    These sound soooo good!!!!

  • Adrienne

    That sounds so good Susan… I might just have to try those. Yummy. You know this might be a good way to get my Mom to have some wine. If something’s mixed with it then she’s good. She’ll love these.

    Thanks for sharing this recipe.


    • You’re so welcome. These are delightful, Adrienne. I know your mom would love them. 🙂

  • Jon Jefferson

    Should do this with a mead then honey notes would go great with the mint and melon.

  • doreenpendgracs

    Susan, your creativity never ceases to amaze me! I’m sure I’d LOVE these! All my favourite ingredients. Will definitely pin and bookmark your page.

    • Hi Doreen, I wish I could take credit for this but it’s a great recipe from a wonderful chef. One thing I know is you will love it. Enjoy. 🙂

  • Elizabeth Scott

    These look so yummy. The creativity is endless. Let’s try Sangria pops.

    • Thanks Elizabeth. I agree, that would a way cool wine-sicle to make. 🙂

  • Carol Cassara

    I’m going to try this–the flavor you posted sounds deelish! So do Sangria pops!


    • Hi Carol. They are yummy. We are going to try making the Sangria Popsicles some this coming week. I’ll keep you posted. 🙂

  • CJ at Food Stories

    Never heard of wine-sicles before … What a great idea 🙂

  • Thanks for this Susan! This is a great idea. Just this week, I read a blog post with a recipe for beer ice cream. As much as I’d like to taste it, after reading that recipe, there is no way that I would ever attempt making it. This one, I can see giving a try!

    • Hi Sherryl, I am always into easy. These are just that and so refreshing on a hot summer day. Enjoy. 🙂

  • Susan — another wonderful recipe. I love honeydew melon but I’ve found in recent years that it’s become harder to find ripe ones. If they aren’t ripe they are hard without much flavor. I find that cantelopes are a better bet. What has your experience been?

    • Hi Jeannette, It all depends on the market and the time of year. I am lucky to live in a place where we have great farm to store markets. So when the honeydew melons show up I am on it. As the season moves on, good ones get harder to find. Right now they are awesome.

  • Elizabeth Scott

    OMG I am enjoying one of these delectable treats right now and I can attest that they are so refreshing and amazing.

    • Hi Elizabeth, They are really good, addictive really, aren’t they? 🙂

  • Ty McDuffie

    GAWD!!!!!!!!!!!! I’ll be trying these ASAP.
    Grown folk popsicles?!?!?! WHO KNEW????

  • Antionette Blake

    Perfect, can’t wait to try making some.

    • You’ll love them Antionette, They are fun and delicious to make. 🙂