White Russians are my kind of drink. They are rich and creamy with a kick. I always feel like I am getting a treat with my beverage and it's fabulous. The only thing nicer, is when it's all frozen and refreshing. Check out this recipe for frozen ice pops that are just for the grown ups! YUM.
The White Russian drink has a special place in my heart. I love the creaminess combined with the deep richness of Kahlua. This drink is just asking to be made into a creamsicle. So let it be done. And eaten:
White Russian Creamsicles
What You Need:
1 part vodka
2 parts Kahlua
1/4 cup half 'n' half
3/4 cup water
Equipment: Dixie paper cups or popsicle forms; popsicle sticks
What To Do:
Combine all ingredients in a pitcher or large measuring cup and stir to combine.
Pour into popsicle molds and stick them in the freezer. After the are partially frozen (allow a few hours depending on the temperature of your freezer), place the popsicle sticks in the center so they stand upright.
Allow to freeze overnight.
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