Ice cream and alcohol were made for each other. Beat the summer heat with these seven boozy ice cream recipes!

When the weather is as unbearable as it’s been lately — sometimes reaching up to 100-plus degrees on a good day — you’re in desperate need of an ice-cold drink that’ll not only help with the heat but be refreshing and sweet, too! We did a little research and found some boozy ice cream recipes that’ll cool you off this summer (and give you a light buzz).

But, if you’re not in the mood to put in the work and make your own creations (even though that’s half the fun!), there are pre-made pints of alcohol-infused ice cream that you can purchase in some Colorado liquor stores.

Margarita Pops

Courtesy of Delish

We here at Our Community Now love margaritas! Maybe a little too much … And it’s probably a safe bet that many of our readers do, too. Which is why we’re starting our list off strong with these bad boys! Not only are they freakin’ adorable (and the best way to “drink” a margarita), but they’ll definitely be a hit amongst your friends! View the full recipe on Delish.

Strawberry Daiquiri Ice Cream

Courtesy of Garlic and Zest

This mix of the tangy flavors of strawberries and a hint of rum will cool your summer real fast! It’s smooth, it’s velvety, and it’s about to become our go-to summer treat. View the recipe on Garlic and Zest.

Vodka Gummy Bear Pops

Courtesy of A Spicy Perspective

At one point or another, we’ve all tried vodka-infused gummy bears (hello, college flashbacks!). But, if you’re wanting to get a little creative with the concoction, turn them into sweet popsicles! It’s the best of both worlds. View the recipe on A Spicy Perspective.

Tequila-Lime Sorbet

Courtesy of My Recipes

It’s the tartness of the tequila-lime combination mixed with the sweetness of a sorbet, and it’s absolutely delicious. Serve this frozen treat at a summer barbecue and end the evening on a sweet note! View the complete recipe on My Recipes.

Gin and Tonic Ice Cream

Courtesy of Scoop Adventures

This recipe utilizes homemade tonic, which gives the ice cream a tea-like flavor. Personally, I’m not much of a gin and tonic drinker, but I’ll give this one a chance. After all, it’s gin o’clock somewhere! View the full recipe on Scoop Adventures.

Coconut Rum Ice Cream

Courtesy of The Sweet Life

Coconut? Check. Rum? Check. Is there truly a better combination? We don’t think so! View the recipe on The Sweet Life.

Mimosa Floats

Courtesy of Delish

Seriously, is there a better way to drink Champagne? (Answer: Nope!) So, is this going to be a new brunch trend? Because if it’s not, we’re so gonna turn it into one! View the complete recipe on Delish.

What do you guys think? Are there other boozy ice cream recipes we should try? Let us know in the comments below.

These vodka ice pops are the summer treats we didn’t know we needed …

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