Cold Brew Coffee Latte Ice Pops
These cold brew coffee latte ice pops have a layer of sweetened cold brew coffee and a layer of sweetened cream. They are a refreshing summer treat with a caffeine boost!
It’s August and I’m melting. It’s been hot, humid, and muggy. Basically all I’ve wanted to eat are ice pops and ice cream.
I came up with the idea to make these a few months ago. And then before I had a chance to make mine, Trader Joe’s came out with their version! So I ended up buying the Trader Joe’s version and put off making mine. But now summer is almost over so I need to make all the ice pops I had planned for this summer.
I really love the contrast of the icy cold brew and the soft cream layer. I used some strong cold brew for the coffee layer and as a result I was really awake after eating these.
- 1 (8-oz) cup cold brew coffee
- 2-3 tbsp simple syrup or liquid sweetener of your choice
- 6 oz heavy cream
- 1 tbsp granulated sugar
For these ice pops, I used Norpro 3 oz ice pop molds. You will need to adjust the instructions if your molds hold more or less liquid.
Whisk coffee and syrup until completely mixed. Add more sweetener if desired. Pour 1.5 oz of coffee into each ice pop mold. Add popsicle sticks and freeze for a few hours until set.
When coffee layer is frozen, whisk together cream and sugar until sugar is completely dissolved. You can taste and add more sugar if needed. Pour about 1 oz of cream on top of the frozen coffee layer. Freeze again for a few hours until ice pops are frozen solid. To remove ice pops, follow manufacturer's instructions (it usually involves running the ice pop molds under water for a few minutes).
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- I used Norpro ice pop molds* for this recipe.
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