Watermelon Beer PopsiclesBy CraftBeer.com
- Meal: Dessert
- Seasonality: Summer
- Difficulty: Easy
- Serves: 12 small pops
- Time: 25 minutes
- Beer Style: Fruit Beers
Watermelon beer popsicles made with 21st Amendment's Hell or High Watermelon Wheat— can we say perfect Labor Day treat? This recipe is easily adaptable to work with a variety of fruit beers.
1/2 cup agave nectar
small bunch of mint, chopped
1/2 seedless watermelon, cubed
1 can 21st Amendment Brewery Hell or High Watermelon Wheat
In a small saucepan, bring agave nectar and chopped mint to a boil over medium-high heat. Remove from heat and let come back to room temp.
Zest lime into Agave mixture. Juice same lime.
In a food processor, pulse watermelon until it is smooth, leaving a few small chunks in juice.
Add watermelon and beer to the agave mixture.
Pour liquid into 4 ounce Dixie Cups, approximately 3/4 full. Place cups on a freezable tray and place in freezer.
Carefully push popsicle sticks into the pops when they are firm, but not completely frozen. Allow to freeze for at least a few hours, but preferable overnight.
Someone Left the Cake Out in the Rain, is a cooking blog by Megan, a simple girl from the Mid-Atlantic who has lived all over and dabbled in everything from ballet and bartending to law school and sports writing. Sharing her love and passion for food and cooking is a tremendous joy for her and cooking with craft beer only helps to combine two of her loves.