While the hands-on time for these ice pops is only about 15 minutes, you will need to freeze each layer for at least 2 hours before you add the next one, so you might want to make these the day before you plan to serve them.
To make these frozen cocktails, you need kiwis, strawberries, a pear, a lime and your favorite tequila.
Start by blending the kiwi ingredients.
Pour it into your ice pop molds, filling them 1/3 full. This makes 6 ice pops, so I used my 4-pop mold and a couple of milk storage bottles. Stick the molds into the freezer for at least 2 hours. Don't worry about sticks yet.
Next, you'll blend the pear ingredients, and fill each mold another third. Now it's time for sticks.
Place a piece of foil over your molds, and use the tip of a steak knife to poke a little hole for each ice pop stick. Poke the stick through and into the liquid pear layer. Freeze them another 2 hours.
Finally you're ready for the strawberry layer. You can remove the foil, because the sticks are firmly frozen in the pear layer. Pour the strawberry mix in, being careful to not cover your sticks in margarita. Freeze another 2 hours.
At this point you can eat your ice pops, but you should cover any you're not eating in the next 24 hours with plastic wrap to avoid freezer burn.
Each ice pop is full of fresh fruit, so that means you can eat as many as you want, right? Go ahead, I won't tell!
These ice pops are a tangy-sweet mix of fruit and tequila. Make sure to taste each mix before you freeze it. You might want to adjust the sugar or lime juice quantities, depending on how sweet your fruit is.
Prep time: 15 minutes | Inactive time: 6 hours | Total time: 6 hours 15 minutes
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