We all love a good Hot Toddy this time of year, but I wanted to mix it up, bringing a little bit of summer to your winter. This couldn’t be easier to make, and goes great when you need a semi-sweet, boozy, cold snack – even in winter.
The Maker’s Mark Hot Toddy Popsicle.
– bourbon, we went with Maker’s Mark
– fresh lemon juice
– good quality, mild, honey (nothing too floral)
– optional: a mild tea like chamomile, cinnamon sticks
– boiling water
– The good thing about this recipe is you can tweak it in a lot of ways to get your desired flavor (more lemony or less, sweeter or not so sweet, etc)
– Get your water boiling (as much as you need depending on amount of popsicles). A good way to approach this is simply make a Hot Toddy how you normally would for multiple people, in a medium sized pot.
– Mix in your fresh squeezed lemon juice, again to taste, more or less depending on your preference
– Also melt in your honey (to taste, depending on how sweet you like it)
– Add your bourbon – don’t go too crazy or these won’t freeze, a good half cup for 6 popsicles works
– Add your cinnamon sticks and tea (optional), and lightly simmer the mixture to slightly reduce, which adds a little thickness
– Let cool, and pour into popsicle molds of your choice, freeze overnight.
That’s it – cheers.
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