How to Make Frozen Margarita Pops - CHOW Tip





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Published on May 3, 2012

Karen Solomon http://ksolomon.com/
Author of Can It, Bottle It, Smoke It: And Other Kitchen Projects, bakes cakes in canning jars that are great for gifts or picnics.

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Salted margarita cream pops have a lot going for them. They're tangy, they're creamy, and like all the best things in life they have tequila. In a large measuring cup, mix together one half cup of key lime juice, two teaspoons of minced key lime zest, three quarter cup of water, and seven ounces sweetened condensed milk. Add to that one and one half tablespoons of tequila, whisk together until completely combined, put a pinch of kosher salt into the bottom of each frozen pop mold and pour the liquid over the salt. Cap with the stick and put it in the freezer for six hours or until it's completely frozen. This is the perfect frozen cocktail on a stick. Why should kids have all the fun?


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