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Fruity Edible Flower Rosé Popsicles

These Fruity Edible Flower Rosé Popsicles are a new way to sip your Rosé – with fruit and edible flowers to boot!

popsicle with fruit and edible flowers

Have you ever cooked with edible flowers? I guess I wouldn’t exactly call this recipe “cooked” but it certainly features lots of edible flowers – don’t be shy, eat them! Many edible flowers are actually pretty mild. Aside from the idea just being a little weird, it really isn’t bad.

Lavender and rose are my favorites, and people cook with them quite often. They really lend a nice, subtle floral flavor to sweets and baked goods (just make sure you pair it with fruit and aren’t too heavy handed).

several fruity popsicles on a table

Southern Living did an article on edible flowers a while back – I’m sure you’ll recognize quite a few of those flavors. Today’s recipe uses pansies and fuchsias, but I think hibiscus and rose would also be delicious.

Serve these at your next adult spring/summer function and they’re sure to be a hit. A more kid friendly version can be made with white grape juice and some fruit – super easy!

single popsicle with rose and fruit

This is the popsicle mold I used. Alcohol takes a bit longer to freeze, so be sure to make these far enough ahead you have at least 24 hours to freeze. Also, these turned out a bit icy because my wine was a tad dry. I would use a sweeter Rosé or dessert wine for these pops.

Pro-tip: to make removing the pops a bit easier, focus on getting the sticks as straight as possible when freezing. When it comes time to take them out, a quick trip under a hot faucet makes for a super smooth removal.

Fruity Edible Flower Rosé Popsicles

popsicle with fruit and edible flowers

How many different types of edible flowers have you tried? What is your favorite? Hit me up – I’m @awayfromthebox on all social media!

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popsicle with fruit and edible flowers

Fruity Edible Flower Rosé Popsicles

These Fruity Edible Flower Rosé Popsicles are a new way to sip your Rosé – with fruit and edible flowers to boot!

  • Total Time: 24 hours + 5 minutes
  • Yield: 10 popsicles 1x


  • 1/2  bottle of Rosé (750mL bottle; 1 1/2 cups)
  • 1/2 cup blueberries, fresh or frozen
  • 1/2 cup strawberries, halved, fresh or frozen
  • edible flowers, like pansies or fuchsias
  • 1 1/2 c. white grape juice (optional)


  1. Rinse and dry a popsicle mold.
  2. Place 2-3 berries and 1-2 edible flowers in each mold, alternating order to get a nice variation of fruit and flowers.
  3. Fill the molds with the Rosé or white grape juice, leaving about 1/4″ space at the top for the liquid to expand.
  4. Tap gently to release any air bubbles, then place the lid on the mold.
  5. Slide the stick in about halfway, taking care to get each at straight as possible. Use fruit or flowers to keep these in place, if needed.
  6. Place flat and upright in the freezer and chill overnight – 24 hours.
  7. For easy removal, run under a hot faucet for 5-10 seconds, gently pull away the lid, and use the sticks to remove them from the mold.
  8. Keep frozen until serving.



  • popsicle sticks
  • popsicle mold

Use white grape juice for a non-alcoholic or kid-friendly variation!

  • Author: Sarah | AwayFromTheBox
  • Prep Time: 5 minutes
  • Category: Snacks
  • Method: No Bake
  • Cuisine: American
  • Diet: Vegan

Keywords: edible flower popsicles, rosé popsicles, strawberry and blueberry popsicles

These Fruity Edible Flower Rosé Popsicles are a new way to sip your Rosé - with fruit and edible flowers to boot!

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