Maple Brown Derby Popsicles
Cooking time45 min
Conventional brown derby does not utilize syrup made using water and honey. Bitters are also not included in them. This maple brown derby popsicles recipe follows a different approach and you can introduce your own changes to go well with your taste preferences. The quantity and ratios are given to offer s sense of direction and they do not follow any hard and fast rules. This recipe gives you a lot of freedom to be inventive and creative. One thing you must remember that when you increase the quantity of alcohol in an excess way, it is going to prevent the ice pops from getting really solid through the process of freezing. If you want to go crazy, you can serve them with a shooter instead of adding too much alcohol.
It is a good practice to soak the sticks in boiling water prior to start making the pops. This approach helps you insert the sticks without any delay and there is no need to wait for the pops to set up. If you follow this recipe, you can make 10 ice pops.
1) First of all, you have to take a mixing bowl.
2) The next step is the process of placing all the ingredients into the bowl.
3) These ingredients need to be whisked to combine well.
4) The liquid has to be divided between 10 ice pop molds.
5) They should be frozen for one hour prior to inserting Popsicle sticks.
6) They should be frozen for several hours until they become really solid.
- Bourbon – 1 ounce.
- Bitters – A few dashes. (You can use 6 dashes)
- Pure maple syrup – 1/3 to 1/2 cup. (You can decide the exact quantity based on the sweetness of the fruit available)
- Fresh squeezed ruby red grapefruit juice – 2 1/2 cups. (You will get the required quantity from 4 medium sized grapefruits)