Summer is on its way, the days are getting longer and restrictions are slowly lifting in the UK.
Which means that we’re planning ways to make summer 2021 way better than last year (not that that will be hard).
Most of us are forgoing holidays so anything that will make a fun addition to days in Britain or in our gardens is a big bonus.
Enter, Prosecco popsicles.
Yep, if you’re a fan of frozen treats when its warm, but want them to look like glam glasses of bubbly then this is the gadget for you.
The “Sophisipops” moulds allow you to make four Champagne or Prosecco ice lollies at a time, reports the Metro.
And, the cool plastic flute stems mean the icy treats look just like a glass of champers.
All you need to do is fill up the moulds with your chosen drink – whether that’s juice, fizzy pop, Prosecco or Champagne.
Pop them in the fridge for a few hours before pulling on the stem to remove the popsicles from the mould.
Tuck in and enjoy!
You can freeze alcohol or soft drinks depending on who your guests will be.
And, you can even jazz them up by adding frozen fruit or edible glitter and flowers.
The special Sophistipops cost just £8.99 on The Gift and Gadget website.
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We are so getting these for summer evenings with our pals.
If you're struggling with your alcohol intake contact your GP or visit drinkaware.co.uk for support.
Always drink responsibly.
Meanwhile, you can now buy Ferrero Rocher and Raffaello ice creams.
Plus, KitKat has launched a new rose gold chocolate bar with strawberry and white chocolate flavours.
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