Freeze-A-Rita Margarita Pops Will Be the Only Way to Stay Cool This Summer

There will be Lime-A-Rita and Straw-Ber-Rita flavors!

Warmer weather is finally here, and we couldn’t be happier! As places open up again and things seem to be going back to normal, we’re excited for quite a few things this summer—the return of Costco’s free samples, going grocery shopping again and of course, (safe) trips to the beach!

Obviously, no beach or pool trip is complete without our sunny weather favorites: margaritas. There are very few joys in life that rank higher than sipping a ‘marg on a hot summer day.

Now, Freeze-A-Rita might’ve improved that experience. With the introduction of margarita ice pops, they’re changing the summer drinks game!

What Is a Freeze-A-Rita?

It’s a “frozen margarita icicle.” In other words, it’s a margarita that’s also a popsicle. Freeze-a-Rita is introducing two flavors that marry the boozy delight of sipping margaritas with that iconic summer dessert.

There are six Lime-A-Rita and six Straw-Ber-Rita pops in each case, each with 8% ABV. The packaging says each Freeze-A-Rita contains 55 calories or less per pop, so you don’t have to worry while you enjoy that sweet, sweet strawberry flavor.

If you’re already planning to bring these to the beach, consider making a few of these beach picnic recipes, too.

I Need These ASAP!

Same here! Luckily, you can pick up a pack at Kroeger for just $9.99. If you’d still prefer to order online, you can always get your grocery order delivered to you or pick it up after ordering online.

If ice pops aren’t your thing but you’re still craving that tart, sweet drink, check out how to make a margarita at home.

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Emily Hannemann
Emily adores both food and writing, so combining those passions as a writer for Taste of Home makes perfect sense. Her work has also appeared in Birds & Blooms and on TV Insider. When she’s not eating peanut butter straight from the jar, you'll find her running or birdwatching. Emily is currently a journalism graduate student at the University of Missouri.