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  • BrightNest

    Fourth of July Cocktail Coolers!

  • Andrea Plitz

    4th Of July Cocktail Cooler Popsicles. · 1 cup vodka · 3 tablespoon triple sec · 2 tablespoons lime juice · 1 cup sweetened blueberry puree (recipe follows) · ½ cup club soda · 1 cup POM juice · 1 cup of pear juice mix (recipe follows) Click for instructions!

  • Marissa Torre

    Pomegranate, Blueberry, Pear, Lime , & Vodka Popsicles!! Yummy summer treat :)

  • Chrissy Magelssen

    4th of July Cocktail Cooler Popsicles Great idea for non alcoholic fruit pops for kiddies too

  • Danielle Muller

    4th of July Cocktail Cooler Popsicle Recipe!

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