Saturday, June 29, 2013

made at home: spiced coffee popsicles

Spiced Coffee Popsicles

  • 1/2 cup chilled strong coffee 
  • 1/2 cup of non-dairy milk (I used almond milk)
  • 3 tablespoons of brown sugar
  • 2 tablespoons of honey
  • 1/2 tablespoons of cinnamon 
  • 1/4 of nutmeg 
  • 1/4 tablespoon of ginger 

Whisk all ingredients in a medium sized bowl (combine in the blender if desired). Place into popsicle holders (I bought mine at the dollar store) or into dixie cups and popsicle sticks placed in the center. Put into the freezer for at least three hours to freeze completely. 

   These past few summer days have been so warm, and there is not a better snack than an ice cold popsicle for cooling off. I have been spending all my free time unpacking and transporting items for my new apartment, and I wanted to make a simple summer snack for those afternoons (and yes, these photographs are taken on my new balcony!). Combined with coffee for an extra boost in energy  these delicious popsicles will be a treat I make over and over again.


  1. Those popsicles look so good!! I've always wanted to make them but I never got around to doing it, I really should this time around, your recipe looks good.

  2. I just bookmarked this, those Popsicles look like the perfect summer treat. I can't wait to make them!!!

  3. Yum, yum, yum! I need some creative popsicle ideas- it's around 120° in Phoenix right now! I love ginger in anything!

  4. What a cute balcony and those popsicles sounds perrfect for summer! I love almond milk, coffee and cinnamon so this is the perfect snack for a hot day! Love your dress and tights as always, I have a few mustard pairs myself :)

  5. This sounds delicious! Such a great idea! I will try this as soon as it gets warmer again. Since three days summer decided to leave Germany and left us here with rain and temperatures that reminds more of fall than of the end of June :/
    Anyhow, you are looking awesome in that dress on your new Balcony! I am sure its a lovely little place that you found!
    Enjoy your ice and your Sunday :)

  6. They sound so delicious! I'm going to try it.
    I love your new balcony! It's so big and spacious looking.

  7. Spiced coffee ice pops sound amazing! If only we had the weather!

    Louise x
    The Little Things

  8. These sound incredible! My husband is a big Turkish coffee fan and this sounds like a much better way to get our spiced coffee fix in the summer :D

  9. You look absolutely adorable! Coffee is one of my favourite flavours, these sound so good! xx

  10. aww such cute photos! These sound delicious - definitely need to try out the recipe!

    Thanks for your lovely comment :)

    Hannah xx

  11. Yummm! I made a coffee "frappacino" the other day and it was delightful. I'll take about anything sweet with coffee, so this will have to be my next go-around!
    Vintage Amore

  12. I am been wanting to make popsicles this summer. There are so many wonderful recipes on Pinterest and would love to try some of them. I love your outfit.

  13. Those look excellent! You're always coming up with creative treats. I bet those are perfect for a hot day. Love that last photo of you too, you look gorgeous, and what a pretty balcony view!

  14. I'm planning to make homemade popicles as
    well, I've got this one bookmarked!
    You've got a very lovely blog + layout c:

  15. the popsicles look amazing!!!! you do too, with your fun tights :)

  16. i love your outfit here. yellow tights! yes! and yummy popsicles!


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