How to Make a Non Dairy Coffee Popsicle

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Testing Coffee Popsicle recipes has happened during Coffee Pop’s creation. We sell dairy options now, but we have non-dairy coffee options coming soon!

Here is one of our favorite coffee popsicle recipes we found during our experiments. It's a crowd-please whether you drink dairy or not!

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These creamy iced coffee pops taste just like coffee ice cream, except the cream part is made with cashews. Also, there’s two beautiful thin layers of espresso beans and cacao nibs. They add a little texture and crunch and extra zip. We are also submitting this recipe to food and wine. Thanks for supporting our brand that make it possible to bring you free, quality content each week.

Creamy Iced Coffee Pops

prep time: 5 minutes - freeze time: 5 hours - total time: 5 hours 5 minutes

If you cannot find or do not want to use Nutchello in the recipe, simply replace it with equal amounts of your favorite plant-based milk, and increase the maple syrup if desired. The pops take about 4 - 6 hours to set. The chillier your coffee, the faster they take to freeze.

By: Sherrie Castellano | With Food + Love

Makes: 10 pops

Ingredients

1 cup strong coffee, (cold brew coffee is the best)

1 cup Silk's Toasted Coconut + Cashew Nutchello {see notes}

1 cup raw cashews

2 tablespoons maple syrup

½ teaspoon vanilla extract

⅛ teaspoon sea salt

2 tablespoons espresso beans

2 tablespoons cacao nibs

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Instructions

Combine the coffee, Nutchello, cashews, maple syrup, vanilla and sea salt in a blender, and blender until smooth. Grind the espresso beans into a medium to almost fine powder. In a small bowl mix together the coffee grinds with the cacao nibs. Into the bottom of each mold, sprinkle in about a ¼ teaspoon of the crunchies.

Then equally distribute the popsicle mixture into each mold. With a chop stick, or long spoon stir the pops gently - just enough so the bits aren't sticking to the bottom of the molds without any liquid. Distribute the rest of the crunchies equally on the top of each popsicle, and stir gently again. Cover, add the sticks and freeze until completely frozen.

Enjoy the flavor of coffee!

 


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