This post has been sponsored by Coffee-mate® Creamer. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
The weather is starting to warm up and I couldn’t be happier about it! It’s finally starting to feel like spring, and warmer temperatures mean I go from drinking hot to iced coffee. I figure by making these cookies & cream-flavored coffee popsicles the warm weather will be here to stay, and the next thing you know, it’ll be summertime!
I think Coffee-mate read my mind when they created their new and seasonal Coffee-mate® Dessert Creamers, because they combined two of my favorite things: coffee and cookies. In elementary school, my favorite flavor ice cream was cookies & cream. I vividly remember eating the treat out of a small plastic container with a flat wooden spoon. 20 years later and not much has changed, so I’m all for anything that offers a bit of nostalgia.
These popsicles are a new and fun way to enjoy your coffee. The Coffee-mate Cookies & Cream Dessert Creamer adds just the right amount of sweetness, while the cookie bits give them a bit of texture. I already can’t wait to eat the rest!
I picked up the Coffee-mate Cookies & Cream Dessert Creamer at my local Walmart (click
Ingredients and Materials (Makes 10 popsicles)
– 20 ounces of cold brew coffee
– 1 cup Coffee-mate® Dessert Creamer in Cookies & Cream
– Chocolate Sandwich Cookies
– Popsicle mold
- Place 20 ounces of cold brew coffee (I bought mine already brewed) into a pourable container.
- Measure 1 cup of Coffee-mate® Cookies & Cream creamer and add it to your coffee. Feel free to do a taste test here. You might like your popsicles a little more or less sweet. Since we are making a dessert here, I opted for a little extra sweetness. Stir well to combine.
- Break the cookies into various sized pieces. Divide the cookie pieces throughout the popsicle mold. I used one cookie per popsicle.
- Pour the coffee mixture into the popsicle molds.
- Put your popsicles in the freezer for about one hour. Then, add the popsicle sticks and place back in the freezer until fully frozen (about 4+ hours depending on your freezer).
- Once the popsicles are fully frozen, remove them from the freezer. To loosen the popsicles from the mold, run warm water over the underside of the mold for 20-30 seconds. Enjoy!
Are you a hot or iced coffee person? Or do you take your coffee strictly in popsicle form?
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