Mocha Cream Popsicles

Mocha Cream Popsicles are the ultimate Summer treat. I love ice cream and I LOVE coffee. Let’s combine them in easy Mocha Cream Pops! Perfection!

Coffee, chocolate, and ice cream. Three of the absolute best things in life…amiright? If I could have those three things daily, I think life would be pretty good. These Mocha Cream Popsicles are the perfect way to start a day, or celebrate the middle of a day, or end a day; you get the picture. Creamy, delicious, and of course easy…I love these cute pops!

Mocha Cream Popsicles, my favorite way to cool off in the Summer heat! Caffeine, chocolate, and ice cream combined...what could be better?? Mocha Cream Popsicles, my favorite way to cool off in the Summer heat! Caffeine, chocolate, and ice cream combined...what could be better?? Mocha Cream Popsicles, my favorite way to cool off in the Summer heat! Caffeine, chocolate, and ice cream combined...what could be better?? Mocha Cream Popsicles, my favorite way to cool off in the Summer heat! Caffeine, chocolate, and ice cream combined...what could be better?? Mocha Cream Popsicles, my favorite way to cool off in the Summer heat! Caffeine, chocolate, and ice cream combined...what could be better?? Mocha Cream Popsicles, my favorite way to cool off in the Summer heat! Caffeine, chocolate, and ice cream combined...what could be better?? Mocha Cream Popsicles, my favorite way to cool off in the Summer heat! Caffeine, chocolate, and ice cream combined...what could be better?? Mocha Cream Popsicles, my favorite way to cool off in the Summer heat! Caffeine, chocolate, and ice cream combined...what could be better??

I tried to keep the ingredients for these Mocha Cream Popsicles as simple as possible.

Like I said…coffee, chocolate, and ice cream…they’re already the best things in life. Why make it too complicated!

Stay caffeinated people!! :) Enjoy!

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Mocha Cream Popsicles
Author: Becky Hardin - The Cookie Rookie
Ingredients
  • 2 cups premade iced mocha or 1 3/4 cups brewed coffee mixed with 2 tablespoons chocolate syrup and 1/4 cup heavy cream
  • 1 cup vanilla frozen yogurt
  • 1/4 cup chocolate chips
  • 1/4 cup milk
Instructions
  1. Pour the iced mocha into each popsicle mold, about 1/2 way up.
  2. Freeze with the popsicle sticks in at least 2 hours or until partially frozen.
  3. Blend together frozen yogurt, chocolate chips, and milk.
  4. Place a layer of the frozen yogurt mixture into each mold forming the white stripe. About 1/2 inch thick.
  5. Allow this layer to freeze for at least 2 hours before adding the final mocha layer.
  6. Allow pops to freeze fully overnight, or about 8 hours.
  7. Serve cold, enjoy!

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Comments

Susie Gall
Love the look of these and I can't wait to make them. Better yet, you make them for me next time I visit:-) Great job!!
Malinda@Countryside Cravings
I love the way you layered these! They look like something from an ice cream shop! Great way to stay cooled off!
Kacey @ The Cookie Writer
These are awesome and a lot quicker than any coffee ice cream I have ever made!! I am not a huge coffee lover, but coffee and mocha desserts are my weakness!
Catie
This look so GOOD!! I love coffee and that's a great way to get my "fix" while keeping cool this summer. I'm having troubles finding popsicle holders, where did you get those? Super Cute!
    Becky Hardin
    Thanks neighbor!! I think I got these at World Market...I had a terrible time as well! I really want plain ones, but can usually only find ones in weird shapes!!
Justine | Cooking and Beer
These popsicles are stunning, Becky! Totally digging those layers. ;)
Stephanie
These look and sound so good! Perfect way to enjoy coffee in the summer!
Cathi
Just a question for you... Does the vanilla layer thaw at a different rate than the mocha layers? Oops, maybe 2 questions. What made you decide to make it in layers instead of just mixing everything together? I think I'd like the ingredients all mixed together since I am not a fanatical mocha lover but I'd like the mocha and the vanilla and the chocolate chips all in every bite. The recipe sounds great! Will have to try it.
    Becky Hardin
    If left out they would melt at a slightly different rate, but not way different. I did the layers solely for looks, and think it would taste AMAZING combined! I really like your idea!!!! I just might make them that way next time. Thanks so much for saying hi!
Laura | the kiwi country girl
These look awesome - pinning them to my "waiting for summer" recipe board!
Krista @ Joyful Healthy Eats
Totally in love this this recipe and those pictures! But my favorite line was your first because it totally me. "i love ice cream and coffee so lets combine it!" YESSSSSS!
Michelle @ Blackberry Babe
These are gorgeous, Becky! Love the placement of the cream layer midway through.
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