Creamy Paleo Coffee Popsicles

I can’t believe that it’s taken me this long to post this simple recipe for Paleo Coffee Popsicles. Actually, I can’t believe that it took me this long to think of doing them. They’re everything I hoped they would be.

Two ingredient creamy paleo coffee popsicles. These ice pops are so easy to make, I used my paleo coffee creamer recipe to make this refreshing summer dessert/snack.

Paleo Coffee Popsicles

Here’s the neat thing about this homemade popsicle recipe: they’re only made with two ingredients and yet, they’re filling and creamy. Say what? How does that even happen?

It’s the magic of coconut oil my friends!

Two ingredient creamy paleo coffee popsicles. These ice pops are so easy to make, I used my paleo coffee creamer recipe to make this refreshing summer dessert/snack.

A few years ago, I posted a recipe for Paleo Coffee Creamer. That blog post has done alright, it’s been pinned over 25,000 times and it brings in new visitors daily. The creamy paleo coffee is a really yummy way to enjoy a cup of joe, add in some extracts (I love coconut) and you’re making a cleaner version of a latte. It won’t be paleo but if you’re not 100% in that lifestyle, you will love it.

Homemade Popsicle Recipes

Homemade popsicles are one of my favorite treats to make because they’re so easy! If you’re looking for more homemade ice pop recipes check out my Irish Cream Coffee Ice Pops, Pineapple Popsicles, Cherry Maple Paleo Pops and Coconut Coffee Popsicles.

Two Ingredient Paleo Coffee Popsicles

Two ingredient creamy paleo coffee popsicles. These ice pops are so easy to make, I used my paleo coffee creamer recipe to make this refreshing summer dessert/snack.

It doesn’t get much easier than this. Toss coconut oil and coffee in a blender, pour in an ice pop mold and you’ll be left with creamy paleo coffee popsicles.

Take note that these are not super sweet. I find the coconut oil sweetens it (or takes down the bitterness of the coffee) a little bit, but they’re not going to taste like ice cream. If you want them to, add some stevia or sweetener of choice.

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Creamy Paleo Coffee Popsicles

Two ingredient creamy paleo coffee popsicles. These ice pops are so easy to make, I used my paleo coffee creamer recipe to make this refreshing summer dessert/snack.

Ingredients:

  • 2 cups coffee
  • 1 tbsp coconut oil

Directions:

  1. Pour the coffee into a blender and add the coconut oil.
  2. Blend until coffee turns light and creamy.
  3. Pour into popsicle molds ( I used this one ) and freeze until solid (I frozen mine overnight).

Nutrition Information

Yield: 8, Serving Size: 1

  • Amount Per Serving:
  • Calories: 15 Calories
  • Total Fat: 1.7g
  • Saturated Fat: 1.4g
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Two ingredient creamy paleo coffee popsicles. These ice pops are so easy to make, I used my paleo coffee creamer recipe to make this refreshing summer dessert/snack.

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Creamy paleo coffee ice pops. These homemade healthy popsicles are made with two ingredients: coffee and coconut oil. Paleo, 21 day fix, keto diet, and whole30 friendly!

Randa Derkson

I believe that the kitchen is the heart of the home. Whether it’s discussing your day, sharing the highlights of your trip, or just having quality time with a loved one; lives are brought together at the kitchen table.

3 comments on “Creamy Paleo Coffee Popsicles”

  1. Yay! I can have my coffee for dessert now! These look absolutely awesome. Thank you for sharing your recipe with us at Merry Monday this week!

  2. Only 2 ingredients & 3 steps?? I think even I can handle this 🙂 My favorite vacation spot has a gourmet popsicle place that I’m obsessed with. Now I can just make them at home! I’m definitely going to check out your other popsicle recipes because they’re perfect for summer!

    • Hey Meg! I love making popsicles at home, they’re so simple. Even just pouring some juice and freezing it helps on a hot day!

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