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Thai Tea Ice Pops

photo of two Thai Tea Ice Pops

Everywhere I look, people seem to be preparing for Fall. Since summer is my favorite season, I’m stubbornly holding onto it as long as possible.

After successfully making Thai Iced Tea last week, I came up with the idea to make Thai Tea Popsicles!
overhead photo of three Thai Tea Ice Pops
I love how these turned out, though they are a little on the icy side. If you add more creamer to make the ice pops softer, it really dilutes the brilliant orange color.
close-up photo of Thai Tea Ice Pops
By the way, if you are using these traditional ice pop molds, and if you have a liquidy batter, your sticks will likely float up. To keep them down, weigh them with some kind of clip, like mini clothespins or binder clips.
photo showing how to use clips to keep the sticks from moving

If you’re a fan of Thai Iced Tea, definitely give these ice pops a try.

Thai Tea Ice Pops

Servings: 8
Prep Time: 15 minutes
Course: Dessert
Cuisine: Thai
These Thai Tea ice pops are perfect on a hot day.


  • 1 cup Thai tea
  • 1/3 cup heavy cream
  • 4 or more tbsp condensed milk depending on taste


  • Brew Thai tea (see note). Add in heavy cream and condensed milk and stir until completely mixed. Pour into ice pop molds and freeze for several hours or overnight until set. Remove according to manufacturer instructions, usually it required running molds under warm water.


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.

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6 comments on “Thai Tea Ice Pops”

  1. these sound delish!

  2. I just bought Thai tea ice cream for the first time this weekend. Will try making these pops soon!

  3. oo i bet these would look super cool if you could swirl them or do a gradient (like how thai iced tea looked before you mix in the condensed milk)! but anyways, looks super yummy!

    • I actually thought about that! But I was worried that if the milk portion is super creamy, it makes the thai tea part seem super icy. Also it takes a little more effort because you do have to freeze one portion first before you put on another layer.

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