Irish Cream Coffee Ice Pops

Irish Cream and Coffee Ice Pops. Add this Baileys dessert to your dessert recipes!

I have been wanting to make a coffee dessert on my blog for a while now, but since it’s been so hot here baking espresso cupcakes is just not going to happen. Instead I decided to put together a no bake dessert: Irish Cream Coffee Ice Pops using espresso and Baileys.

For the past two months I have been sharing my new toy, the Saeco GranBaristo, with you guys. From my initial Saeco GranBaristo review to the variety of coffee options with the GranBaristo (there are 16 types of coffee you can brew).

Irish Cream Coffee Ice Pops (Baileys and Coffee Pops)

Irish Cream and Coffee Ice Pops. Add this Baileys dessert to your dessert recipes!

Since I’m able to brew the perfect espresso from bean to cup in a matter of seconds, making these Irish Cream Coffee Ice Pops was a no-brainer. Making the ice pops was quick and easy, just toss in a blender and blend. The hard part was waiting for them to freeze, I let them go overnight.

If you don’t have one already, you will need an ice pop maker, I bought the Norpro from Amazon.

Baileys Coffee Ice Pops

Ingredients:

  • 1 cup strong brewed coffee (espresso is perfect)
  • 1/3 cup Baileys (or whatever Irish Cream you prefer)
  • 3 tbsps honey greek yogurt (I love Greek Gods)
  • 3 tbsps Sweetened Condensed Milk

Directions:

  1. Toss all of your ingredients in a blender and mix until combined.
  2. Pour into an ice pop maker ( I use this one ) and try to be patient for a few hours.

Due to the amount of Baileys I put in, the Irish Cream Coffee Ice Pops did take a little longer than usual to freeze. They melt a little quicker than my usual ice pop recipes but they’re worth the mess. They’re so good!

To learn more on Saeco products and how you can create the perfect espresso, please visit: http://www.saeco.ca/

Irish Cream and Coffee Ice Pops. Add this Baileys dessert to your dessert recipes!

This is a sponsored post, I was provided a Saeco GranBaristo to create this delicious recipe for all of you. All of my opinions are my own. 

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14 comments on “Irish Cream Coffee Ice Pops”

  1. These sound delicious! And perfect for the summer. I’ve been craving cold drinks and treats this summer. The only problem would be keeping these away from my kids… 🙂

  2. I have to get an ice pop maker! This looks amazing.

    • I have a Zoku and this Norpro. I really like the Norpro for grown up looking pops (my zoku are in fish characters). The only thing I don’t like about the Norpro is the lid can be a pain in the butt sometimes.

  3. These look amazing! I looooove bailey’s and coffee and it looks like these come together with mostly ingredients I already have on hand.

  4. Yummers! These look so delicious. I love the idea of having “Mommy only” pops. 🙂 How fun would these be for a girl’s night or summer patio entertaining?

  5. SOLD when I read Baileys! YUMMY! What a brilliant idea for a hot day with a few girlfriends or playdate for mommies 🙂

  6. This is a great solution to my need for caffeine and the heat we’ve been having! Too hot for regular coffee, This sounds really refreshing!

  7. What a nice summer treat, I can’t wait to give this a try. Thank you for sharing this recipe.

  8. These sound perfect for these hot summer days when I really need my coffee!

  9. these sound amazing! thanks for sharing them!

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  10. This is such an amazing idea! Thank you so much for sharing it!

  11. It’s 90 degrees here and These look so good. Pinned and shared. Thanks for sharing your recipe at Dream. Create. Inspire. Link. I hope you will join us again tonight at 8 EST! Take care, Tara

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