Monday, August 5, 2013

Rocket Pops - Coffee Fueled Popsicles Ice Pops

We have been on such a coffee kick since we returned from New Orleans.  I love coffee but in the summer it is just miserable to drink a hot cup of joe.  I've spent a lot of time and money at my favorite coffee shop enjoying my favorite iced coffee drinks.  Heck, I buy mocha lattes and frappes and cafe this and that everywhere we go.

After our amazing trip to New Orleans I had a new found love for coffee in every form.  After developing a few frozen coffee drinks and sharing them with you, I new it was time for a coffee popsicle.   I sampled straight coffee ice pops and believe me they were potent, but also very icy and not a favorite.  Mixing the strong brewed coffee with perfect amount of cream and sugar made a scrumptious popsicle with a great consistency.

The perfect way to start your day, skip the hot cup of java and grab a Rocket Pop these Coffee Fueled Popsicles are sure to kick start your day. 

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Coffee Rocket Ice Pops
makes approximately 10 popsicles

12 ounces strong brewed coffee, room temperature

12 ounces heavy cream
2 tablespoon granulated sugar (to taste)

Combine ingredients in a medium bowl. Pour mixture into popsicle molds.  Cover with lid or aluminum foil and add sticks.  Freeze for 4-24 hours.


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  1. Oh man, these popsicles are so my kind of thing! Coffee fueled?! Yes, please!

  2. I wanna make popsicles but have no popsicle moulds. I think I'll make do with glass cups. Tropical flavours all the way for me! But I could use some frozen coffee right about now.

    1. Sounds like a plan, but I would be careful with the glass in the freezer.


      BTW, sometimes I use disposable bathroom cups.


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