Woo! It’s hot outside and as much as I love a steaming-hot mug of coffee, I like to wiggle out a pop of iced coffee to cool me down.
During the summer, I avoid the kitchen to help keep my home cool. In addition to iced coffee popsicles, I like to also make a coffee banana smoothie bowl when I want to make a cool meal out of my coffee.
I often make a large pot of cold coffee in advance, since we have cold coffee lovers in this household, and it makes it easy to just pour and go. Additionally, the cold coffee serves well for spur-of-the-moment recipes, like a decadent chocolate devil’s food cake.
How To Make Sugar-Free Iced Coffee Popsicles
These are much easier than it sounds.
That’s exactly what we’re doing here. Simply mix the three ingredients in a cup or bowl, until well-combined. Then, you’ll pour the iced coffee into the popsicle molds.
This recipe yields about two cups of coffee, which is the perfect amount for these popsicle molds.
Why You’ll Love This Recipe
- These coffee popsicles are the perfect low-calorie, morning snack – with only 3 calories per pop.
- If you’re into strong coffee with a touch of sweetness, this is the perfect popsicle for you.
- They’ll cool you down, while giving you the perfect caffeine boost.
What Kind Of Popsicle Molds To Use
I purchased 6-piece silicone ice pop molds from Amazon. They come with everything you’ll need, including popsicle sticks.
They are priced at around 10 USD or below, depending on the kind of silicone mold you purchase.
How Long To Chill Popsicles
These coffee popsicles will need to freeze until solid, which can take at least 4 hours – depending on how cold your freezer is.
It’s best to freeze overnight and enjoy it in the morning.
How To Remove Popsicles From Molds
Prepare a bowl of warm (not hot) water. Submerge the popsicle molds into the warm water for about 20 seconds or so until there is a smooth release.
Submerge for a few seconds longer if the coffee popsicles aren’t budging from their molding.
Need More Summer Breakfast Ideas To Cool You Down? Check These Out:
- Mango Coconut Popsicles
- Chocolate Chia Seed Pudding
- Chocolate Peanut Butter Smoothie
- Gluten-Free Edible Cookie Dough
Sugar-Free Iced Coffee Popsicles
- 1 3/4 cup cold coffee
- 24 drops liquid stevia
- 1/4 cup soy milk
- Note, this recipe yields about 2 cups of sugar-free iced coffee. Measurements may vary, depending on the size of your popsicle molds and how many you have. For the molds, I have 6 slots, which can handle about 2 cups of liquid.
- I recommend adjusting the coffee, soy milk, and stevia to your liking. I prefer my coffee black, or with just a splash of soy milk, with a touch of sweetness.
- To store, transfer the coffee popsicles into a freezer bag or airtight container.