Do you reach for java when that afternoon slump hits? Well, it's summer and you need something cold, which is why you've got to try these delicious coffee popsicle recipes, shared with us by Brit.co. Each of them uses coffee and gives you that caffeine fix you crave in the afternoon, but they also cool you down at the same time. What more could a girl ask for on a hot summer afternoon when she has to get stuff done? Enjoy!
When happy hour *finally* rolls around, you’ll be so happy that you have a stockpile of these pops in your freezer. They’ll give you enough of a boost to last you until bedtime and help you decompress from your day.
Dulce de leche is the secret to making these popsicles ultra-creamy and full of caramel flavor. Add a splash of coffee liqueur to enhance the taste of the brew and give them a softer texture at the same time.
Chocolate and cherry are a combo that we need to see more of, TBH. These paleo pops hit the nail on the head with a base of unsweetened coffee and coconut cream.
Turn your favorite seasonal coffee drink into a lickable treat that you can have whenever you want.
Is an iced caramel macchiato your go-to order? If so, you’ll definitely appreciate these popsicles that have the same layered composition — complete with a green stick.
Instead of going for a cup of coffee after dinner, give these popsicles a try to combine your dessert and java need. Since they’re so light and refreshing, you might even be able to justify two.
There’s just about nothing that’s not made better by a quick dip in chocolate. Coffee popsicles included.
Since these pops are made with Greek yogurt, they could be your breakfast and you wouldn’t even have to feel bad about it. If you don’t have a popsicle mold at home, try miniature paper cups.
Forget cream and sugar — adding sweetened condensed milk to your coffee pops gives them a rich and sweet flavor. To achieve the layered look, allow the coffee layer to set slightly before pouring on the sweetened condensed milk.
You can’t go wrong with three layers of delicate vanilla bean cream, smooth coffee, and Irish cream. We won’t judge you if you decide you want the last one to be the largest.
Bring out your inner child to play with these whimsical Nutella popsicles. Just think of them as grown up Fudgsicles.
If you have coffee and coconut oil at home, then you can make these simple Paleo popsicles. Fans of Bulletproof Coffee will love these for a midday pick-me-up.
So, you want to take your boozy coffee up a notch, eh? Scotch should do the trick just fine.
There’s even a perfect pop for the world travelers who drink their coffee black. These Turkish coffee popsicles are spiced with green cardamom and lightly sweetened, but with no cream in sight.
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