Okay, so I told ya’ll in the last post that I was going to be trying to share more popsicle flavors! I decided to do COLD BREW POPSICLES! What better idea than COFFEE in a popsicle form for the summer?!
I’m all about “easy” and “simple” recipes that take minimal effort (I’m not lazy, I’m just a busy mom that likes to save time…okay maybe I’m a little lazy)
Honestly…this isn’t even a “recipe” per-se. Its literally 2 “ingredients” frozen together. But seriously…these are quickly going to be a summer staple in our household!
To make these, its SUPER stupid simple! You Need just TWO things:
- Pre-made Cold Brew (I used this chobani one) I chose the pure black cold brew, no added flavors and has such a rich and wonderful coffee flavor.
- Your coffee creamer of choice (I used this creamer, it was AMAZING) This is where you can really have fun with the flavor. There are so many fun and cool coffee creamer flavors these days. I personally LOVED the Chobani Sweet Cream flavor because it was subtle but perfect.
That’s literally all the “ingredients” you *need* to make these! I do recommend THIS popsicle mold, its the one I personally use and I have LOVED it every time I make popsicles.
Cold Brew Popsicles
- Popsicle Mold
- popsicle sticks
- 20 tbsp coffee creamer you'll use 2 tbsp in each popsicle mold
- 2 1/2 cups cold brew coffee 1/4 cup for each mold
- get your popsicle molds out and read to fill
- fill each mold with 2 tbsp of creamer
- finish filling the molds with your cold brew
- put the cover over your popsicle molds and put popsicle sticks in (if your molds require this, some molds already have the sticks built in) I learned the hard way that you do need to put your stick in before it freezes….why that didn't occur to me in the first place will forever be a mystery to my brain!
- pop in the freezer for at least 8 hours, but 12-24 hours really is ideal!
- ENJOY a refreshing cold brew popsicle in the dead heat of summer! *cheers*
- my popsicle mold has 10 slots total, so if you have more or less, adjust your measurements accordingly (2tbsp of creamer for each popsicle and 1/4 cup of cold brew for each)
- put the stick in before you freeze….I don’t know why in my brain I thought I could put the popsicle stick in after it was frozen the first time I made popsicles ðŸ¤¦â€â™€ï¸ (lets blame it on “mom brain)
- if you have trouble getting your popsicle out of the mold, run a little bit of hot water over the mold to loosen it up a bit. Â If your molds are silicone like mine, you should be able to push them out from the bottom of the mold.