Bloody Mary Popsicles: the colorful popsicle recipe for your summer

Total time: 15 min + freezing time
Difficulty: Low
Serves: 6 people
By Cookist
Tomato juice
500 ml
75 ml
Worcestershire Sauce
2 tbsp
Hot sauce
1 tsp
pickle juice
1 tbsp
Lime juice
6 stalks
Sea salt
1/2 tbsp
old bay seasoning
1/2 tsp

We feature a lot of ice cream recipes. Some are cream-based, while others are more like a sorbet. We even have a few popsicle recipes! This is the popsicle version of the classic bloody Mary. The Bloody Mary Popsicles have a secret…they’re only for adults! If you’ve been feeling a bit left out from the party while all the kids are enjoying their popsicles, then it’s time to make these popsicles. They’re packed with the classic Bloody Mary cocktail flavor, and look deliciously red! Just make sure that the kids have their own kid-friendly version. These popsicles are an easy, boozy and refreshing option to make in summer.


Tips for making the Best Bloody Mary Popsicles

– If you don’t want to use celery, you can also use wooden sticks (popsicle sticks).

– Instead of using the celery as popsicle sticks, you can also chop them finely, and add them to the bloody Mary mixture.

For a pretty look, place halved lime slices into each popsicle mold (after filling, before freezing). The lemons will add a decorative look.

– If you have an ice cream machine, why not make a Bloody Mary Sorbet? Simply boil 75g sugar in 75mL water until syrupy. Mix with 600mL tomato juice, 3 tbsp vodka, juice from 1 lime, and 1 tbsp hot sauce. Follow the ice cream maker’s instructions until the mixture starts to freeze. Store in the freezer. Remove from the freezer about 15 minutes before you want to serve it. Scoop in small cocktail glasses.

How to store Bloody Mary Popsicles

These popsicles can be stored in the freezer for up to 3 months. Just make sure to store them in a sealable plastic bag or an airtight container.

How to make Bloody Mary Popsicles


Pour the tomato sauce into a large jug.


Add vodka, Worcester sauce, hot sauce, pickle juice and lime juice.


Pour into popsicle containers.


Insert a celery stalk, if they do not sit well in the container spear the celery stalks with toothpicks and balance over the container.


Freeze for a minimum of 6 hours but best overnight. Mix the salt and old bay seasoning. Sprinkle the salt mix over the bottom edge of the popsicle.


If you want to make sure that all the ingredients are completely combined, you can add all the ingredients (except the celery sticks) to a blender and blend until smooth. Continue by freezing them in the popsicle holders.

If you can’t find Old Bay seasoning, you can either omit it or make your own. Simply mix together: 1 tablespoon celery salt, 1/4 teaspoon paprika, 1/8 teaspoon black pepper, 1/8 teaspoon cayenne pepper, and a pinch each of ground dry mustard, ground cinnamon, ground cardamom, ground allspice, ground cloves, and ground ginger. Store the seasoning in an airtight container.

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