People Are Making “Adult Capri Sun” Drinks with Bags of Frozen Fruit and Wine

This recipe for boozy adult Capri Suns is all over TikTok!

It’s probably been a few years since the last time you sipped on a Capri Sun. The juice pouches are a major hit with kids, but as an adult, there are probably other beverages you’d prefer. Now, adults on TikTok have drawn inspiration from Capri Suns to make a boozy version of the juice pouch!

Adult Capri Suns are made with frozen fruit, so they’re a great refresher for the hot days ahead. And you can save the real Capri Suns to make kid-friendly Capri Sun popsicles.

How to Make an Adult Capri Sun

Next time you’re at the grocery store and toss a box of Capri Sun in your cart, grab a couple of things for yourself. This recipe from TikTok requires nothing more than a bottle of wine, a bag of frozen fruit and an optional seltzer for some fizz.

Right now, people are using the bags of frozen fruit from Aldi, which come in a variety of flavors like berry and tropical fruit. You can also use budget-friendly Aldi wine for this recipe.

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One of the best features of this recipe is that it’s completely customizable. On TikTok, we’ve seen people using white wine or fruit-flavored wine, and if you crave a little carbonation, normal or spiked seltzers can be added for bubbles. To assemble your adult Capri Sun, dump everything in the bag of fruit, mix and sip.

More TikTok Hacks for the Summer

This recipe for adult Capri Suns isn’t the only hack circulating on TikTok. We check the app daily, because there are so many genius tips and tricks, like this recipe for mouthwatering corn ribs or dump cake recipe ideas that are sure to please your backyard barbecue crowd. Plus, who could forget the instant slushies made with soda?

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Hannah Twietmeyer
Hannah is a writer and content creator based in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, with a passion for all things food, health, community and lifestyle. She is a journalism graduate from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and a previous dining and drink contributor for Madison Magazine.