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Made with white chocolate liqueur that's diluted with water, these grownup ice pops are dotted with chocolate chips for a textural surprise. Make these for a gathering as an alternative to cake, pie or a tart. However, do plan ahead, as the molds must be frozen 24 hours in advance of making the pops. Once you get the hang of these, it's time to get creative. Try combinations like Kahlua and white chocolate chips or tequila and lime zest.


  • chocolate liqueur (white)
  • water
  • chocolate chips


  1. Place ice pop molds in the freezer for 24 hours.
  2. Insert the sticks into the molds.
  3. Prepare a mix of white chocolate liqueur and water .
  4. Fill the molds halfway with the liqueur mix.
  5. Add a few chocolate chips and allow to set in the freezer for 6 minutes.
  6. Fill the remaining half and add more chocolate chips.
  7. Freeze for an additional 6 minutes.
  8. Decorate with chocolate chips.
  9. Remove from the mold using the sticks.
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Joann E. 7 Jun 2015
I liked these ice pops for a cold summertime treat. I would stir in a little instant or brewed coffee, freeze half of the mixture, then top them with a little ice cream mixed with sour cream, freeze them again, and turn them into chocolate tiramisu pops. This is a delicious recipe.