2 Ingredient Iced Coffee Popsicles will give you a caffeine boost and a refreshing frozen treat. Whip up this easy coffee popsicle recipe for a tasty coffee treat.
I made these up this week and they were gobbled right up. You can honestly change these popsicles up a bit to fit what you are looking for in terms of creamer flavor, brand of coffee, etc.
Why You Will Enjoy These Coffee Popsicles…
- So simple to assemble
- Any shape or style of popsicles work
- Make as few or as many as you want
- A frozen treat but also caffeine
Coffee – So for this frozen treat, you can use any of your favorite flavors or brand of coffee. If you want you can even use a decaffeinated coffee as well. It is all about a personal preference.
Creamer or Heavy Cream – For a keto version reach for heavy cream. Otherwise, use a coffee creamer of your choice. I love vanilla creamer with the coffee, but any creamer works.
Mix In Ingredient Options
- Stir in some shaved chocolate
- Small coffee beans or chocolate coated coffee beans
- Mix in some whipped cream with coffee or place whipped cream at the bottom of the container
How To Make Ice Coffee Popsicles
Full directions for these popsicles are in the printable recipe card below.
Start by pouring the creamer in the bottom of the freezer pop molds. Then freeze for 2-3 hours.
Then work up the coffee and creamer, and pour on top of the frozen creamer.
Allow popsicles to fully freeze, then serve and enjoy.
How Long Does It Take For Popsicles To Freeze
It can take 5-7 hours for your popsicles to fully freeze. Depending on the style of freezer pop container you use, the freeze time will of course vary.
Smaller popsicles will freeze a lot faster than larger ones.
How Long Will These Popsicles Last For
These popsicles will last for 2-3 months when stored properly. You will find that ice crystals can form once the popsicles begin to go bad and need to be tossed out.
Looking for more frozen treats
- Cold brew coffee*
- Heavy Whipping Cream or flavored Coffeemate**
- Pour 1 tsp of cream into each popsicle mold and freeze 2-3 hours. Combine 2-3 cups (depending on how many popsicles you're making and how large the popsicle mold is) of iced coffee and stir in the desired amount of cream. Some people will like more cream than others, and that is ok!!
- Freeze for 5-7 hours or overnight.
*You can use coffee from home that you've chilled in the refrigerator, if you'd like!
**I used vanilla Coffeemate, because that's the flavor that I like with my coffee!
If you're in a hurry, there is no need to complete the extra step of cream at the tip of the popsicle before adding the coffee, but I think it looks pretty!!
Nutrition Information:Yield: 8 Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 18Total Fat: 2gSaturated Fat: 1gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 1gCholesterol: 4mgSodium: 3mgCarbohydrates: 1gFiber: 0gSugar: 1gProtein: 0g