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Boozy Mango Cantaloupe Sake Pops

Boozy Mango Cantaloupe Sake Pops

Pronounced sa-keh, sake is typically used in western culture to refer to Japanese alcoholic beverages that have been made from fermented rice. However, it’s worth noting that in Japan, alcohol made from rice is called nihonshu; sake is used to refer to any alcoholic beverage.

Today, we’ll be using this delicious drink to turn a fruity and tropical frozen treat into a boozy dessert. Whether you serve these pops at a dinner party or cocktail hour, you and your guests will love how the notes of melon and mango pair with the sake’s savory sweetness. Enjoy!

Boozy Mangoloupe Sake Pops

BOOZY MANGO CANTALOUPE POPS

SERVING SIZE: Makes 9 Mini Pops

INGREDIENTS:
Half a cantaloupe (cut into large pieces)
1/4 cup of mango juice
3 tsp sugar
1 lime (juiced)
1 packet of Knox gelatin
2 oz of water
1 1/2 oz of sake

DIRECTIONS:
1. Blend the cantaloupe, mango juice, sugar, and lime until it is silky smooth and the sugar has dissolved fully.
2. In a small bowl, add the packet of gelatin and 2 oz of room temperature water. Let sit for 2 minutes and then microwave it for 30–⁠40 seconds.
3. Add the sake to the hot gelatin and mix thoroughly before straining into the mango cantaloupe base.
4. Mix thoroughly before transferring the mixture to your ZOKU’s Mini Pop Molds.
5. Freeze pops completely and enjoy responsibly!

FOR MORE:
If you liked this recipe, we recommend making these coconut & mango pops next!

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