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.
Cold Brew Coffee Latte Ice Pops
- 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).
- I used Norpro ice pop molds* for this recipe.
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The nutrition information provided are only estimates based on an online nutritional calculator. I am not a certified nutritionist. Please consult a professional nutritionist or doctor for accurate information and any dietary restrictions and concerns you may have.