Micheladas are already the perfect warm weather drink: a mix of savory flavors, ice-cold beer, and just a snap of spice. Now imagine making the michelada even better by turning it into a popsicle that you drop into the beer, slowly melting into a slushy sublime summer cocktail.
Step 1. Get an ice cream factory. Step 2. Make cream ice cream batter. Step 3. Freeze batter till creamy. Step 4. Fill that "in" tube in that popsicle machine. Step 5. Load the wooden sticks. Step 6. Push "on" button. Step 7. Sit and watch in trance. Step 7b. Put face at the end of conveyor belt, eat them all.
Sometimes you just really want an icy treat like, right now. And sometimes your freezer is bereft of freezey goodness because life is cruel. Fear not! All you need is some juice, a popsicle stick, and a pile of dry ice. Because who doesn't have that hanging around?
Whether they're ice pops or flat Paletas, most icy treats aren't much of an adventure. But these faceted vegan delicacies up the ante: They're designed to have a smoother melt and better mouth feel and than anything you've tried before. That's right—highly engineered popsicle mouth feel. Welcome to the future. It's…
Food accessories, like this neoprene sleeve for ice pops, tend to seem like contrived clutter... until you remember that everyone, at one point in their miserable lives, has used a beer KOOZIE-LIKE HOLDER like it ain't no thang.
The hot summer months are a great time to sip cold cocktails and eat frozen desserts. Why not double your pleasure and combine the two into a single, efficient indulgence?
Growing up, one of my best friends was a counselor at a Boy Scout camp every summer. Being high school aged, he and his fellow counselors were looking for non-obvious ways to get their buzz on. Their solution was genius in its simplicity, scout's honor.