This festive 4th of July cocktail is only two ingredients and it's so easy to make! It's a combination of the nostalgic Bomb Pops with an adult twist, you'll love this Bomb Pop cocktail!
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The perfect 4th of July drink is here!
It’s so easy to make. Two ingredients, no mixing, no muddling, no extra glassware! It's the perfect party drink.
It has Bomb Pops, which are a 4th of July must. They're so nostalgic and an absolute 4th of July necessity.
It’s super simple to make a mocktail version for little ones. This is fun for the whole family! If you want to make a mocktail, simply swap out the prosecco for Sprite.
What you'll need for this popsicle cocktail.
It's so simple! Here's the ingredient list for this popsicle cocktail with prosecco.
Prosecco. I recommend using a dry prosecco, I love Costco or ALDI's prosecco. For the price and quality? You can't beat it! But, I recommend a dry prosecco because the popsicle will add so much sugar, you don't want sweetness overload.
Bomb Pops. You can use any of your favorite 4th of July popsicles, or just normal popsicles!
How to turn this into a mocktail.
It's super simple! Swap out the prosecco for Sprite (or any lemon-lime pop) or sparkling water and enjoy!
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Other frequently asked questions
Which prosecco is dry?
When looking for dry prosecco, you'll want to look for the "Brut."
Is prosecco just cheap champagne?
Champagne is more expensive than prosecco, but no! Champagne comes from the Champagne region in France whereas prosecco can come from other regions like Northern Italy or California.
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- 4 oz. prosecco
- 1 bomb pop
- Place your bomb pop in a wine glass. Top with prosecco.