Rum And Coke Popsicles

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Summer just got a whole lot better with these rum and coke popsicles! They are also known as Dirty Pirate Popsicles that is named after the famous Dirty Pirate drink. We love how easy these are to make! These boozy popsicles are made with rum, Coke, and Kahlua and they’re absolutely delicious!

Rum and Coke Popsicles

Rum and Coke Popsicles

We have a ton of awesome Summer Cocktails that we hope you check out. I am excited to try other frozen cocktail recipes. The great thing about this one is that it’s only just a few ingredients!

Ingredients You Will Need:

(full amounts in recipe box below)

Captain Morgan

Have you ever had a Dirty Pirate? It’s a cocktail that’s made with Coca-Cola, Kahlua, and Rum. It’s a twist on the popular rum and Coke, and the Kahlua gives it an awesome flavor. You can always use any type of rum, but we like to make this with Captain Morgan…

Can I change the ingredients?

  • Use coconut rum instead of spiced rum
  • You can leave the Kahlua out
  • Use Jack Daniel’s instead of Rum

You will also want to make sure your Coke is flat. Unscrew the cap the night before and let it sit to get all of the carbonation out.

Coca Cola

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Captain Morgan
4.88 from 8 votes

Rum and Coke Popsicles

The most popular cocktail in popsicle form! You can make these in just minutes and fun way to beat the heat this Summer!
Servings: 10 servings
Prep: 5 minutes
Freezing Time: 4 hours
Total: 1 day 4 hours 5 minutes


  • 1/4 cup Captain Morgan Spiced Rum
  • 2 cups Coca-Cola Flat Open a bottle and let it sit overnight to remove any carbonation

  • 1/4 cup Kahlua
  • Popsicle Molds
  • Wooden Popsicle Sticks


  • Add all of the ingredients into a pitcher and stir.
  • Poor into the popsicle molds
  • Insert wooden sticks.
  • Freeze for several hours or overnight. Run hot water for a few seconds on the outside of the mold to release pops!

Last Step:

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Tip: applying a layer of aluminum foil over the top of the mold. This will keep the wooden sticks from moving.


Serving: 10g | Calories: 38kcal | Carbohydrates: 7g | Protein: 1g | Fat: 1g | Saturated Fat: 1g | Sodium: 2mg | Sugar: 7g | Iron: 0.1mg


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31 comments on “Rum And Coke Popsicles”

  1. Reporting in: Diet Coke and rum. 
    1 cup coke, 1/2 cup rum ( cause I can’t do math I halved the recipe to fit my molds)
    Rum settled to the bottom, the first bite was very rummy. Prob taste better w real coke. 
    Might add lime juice? 
    Did freeze well even w amount of rum. 
    Idea: freeze in bowl, make slushee and put it in a yeti to take to the pool. I’m trying that

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    Gwen Richardson

    Made vodka lemonade popsicles that were awesome. Make lemonade with juice of 1 lime added to mix. Otherwise amounts are the same … 1/4 cup vodka to 2 cups lemonade. Could also chop a strawberry in tiny pieces and add to mix. Just makes them look pretty.

  3. From an old Sailer……thank you, thank you. My rum would be BUMBU…………..only when i can afford it, great rum none the lest.

  4. Sooo going to give coconut rum and pineapple juice a try too for some variety. Thank you for the recipe.

  5. My sister and I are going on a vacation, we will be taking this recipe along with us. She likes Malibu Rum, so we will be swapping out Capt. Morgan. Do we still use the Kahlua or omit it ?

  6. I’ll have to try these! Thanks for the recipe! Could you come up with a simple margarita popsicle recipe? 

    1. I’ve never had that and not sure how it would taste, but let me know how it turns out if you try it.

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    Shery Sullivan

    5 stars
    Anxious to try this. I’m using root beer per someone else’s suggestion. Im hoping that goes well with Kahlua. Rum goes well with everything.

    1. I have not done this, but i’m sure that would work out great. Let me know if you try it.

    1. I have never tried that. Probably wouldn’t taste as good, but then again…I don’t like diet coke. If you try it, let me know how it turns out.

    2. i did not see anything about diet coke……. the only reason for letting it sit overnight. is not to make it diet…. it is to have NO carbonation…… it will still have SUGAR.

    3. Ginnu, I’m sure Laura understands that leaving it open removes carbonation and not sugar. Most people would realize that’s how it works. She was only offering up the suggestion of making the pops with a sugar-free substitute. Perhaps she’s diabetic and still wants to try the recipe.

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      Nicole Doerksen

      Ginnu, Laura was asking about if she can use diet coke as a substitution to regular coke.

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    Shannon Maggert

    I assume you mean 1/4 CUP of Captain Morgan – or do you want me to pour 1/4 of the bottle in the mix?