3 Ingredient Coffee Popsicles

I was going to post a savory salad recipe today, but I haven’t been able to get the photos finished.  So I hope you don’t mind I share these 3 ingredient coffee popsicles instead.  I don’t know about you, but I used to love Starbucks Frappuccinos.  I am sure they are laden with nasty ingredients and definitely not dairy free or vegan.  Well these 3 ingredient coffee popsicles are the dairy free and vegan version of the Starbucks Frappuccino.  Can it get better than this?  If you like 3 ingredient recipes you may also like my 3 Ingredient Chocolate Bars.

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I was going to make this a coffee ice cream recipe, but I have been having issues with my ice cream maker. We put the paddle in the dishwasher and it warped.  So now I am waiting for a new paddle in the mail.  I promise when that comes in, I will be making more ice cream recipes for you all.  Oh, and it you hate the taste of coconut, you seriously cannot taste coconut in these at all.  All you taste is that wonderful creamy coffee flavor.   So good!

3 Ingredient Coffee Popsicles

Prep Time 5 min Serves 6 popsicles     adjust servings

It's a Frappiccino on a stick!



  1. Put all ingredients in a blender and blend for 1 minute.
  2. Pour into popsicle molds and set in the freezer for at least 6 hours.
  3. If making ice cream, pour mixture into an ice cream machine and turn on. It should take about 20 minutes to make ice cream.


Recipe Notes

Because of the caffeine content, I would advise against giving these to kids. We didn't let our kids have them. Thankfully, I have two sets of popsicle molds , so they were able to enjoy their own frozen treat. Enjoy!

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33 thoughts to “3 Ingredient Coffee Popsicles”

  1. Melissa Everyday I open my mail with expectancy of finding your recipes, I'm never dissapointed! We're headed down to visit family in southernmost FL and I'm always in a quandary as to what I can contribute to a group of highly descriminating palates... Well my Dear over the weeks you have given me a great arsenal of offerings and today is no different... They are going to LOVE the coffee Popsicles and your other fruity ones, too - I'm going to make them all... In fact you've inspired a new Popsicle which I will post if my experiment is a success! Thanks for ALL the awesome recipes and inspiration... Blessings, Ceidi
    1. I'm sorry, I don't. You might be able to figure out a rough estimate by going to www.caloriecount.com
  2. We don't at all mind you sharing a frozen treat with us - especially when coffee is involved. I wouldn't have guessed coconut milk, but I think it is a brilliant suggestion. How fun to have "adult" popsicles. Thanks for the recipe. Great pics, too!
  3. Hmmmm.....what do you think about vanilla almond milk? Do you think that would work? This sounds very yummy, and I would love to try it, but usually have almond milk on hand rather than coconut...
  4. Have you tried giving these a "mocha" flavor by adding cacao or cocoa? I thought I'd seen that in a post but can't find it here or elsewhere. Any suggestions? :) Thanks for all you share!

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