Nutella Iced Coffee Popsicles Recipes – These homemade popsicles are the perfect summer treat! Takes no time to make these and they are perfect for kids and adults! So easy to swap out regular coffee for decaf. A must-have treat for when it’s hot outside.
With summer being in full swing I thought it was time to share these amazing and very refreshing Nutella iced coffee popsicles with you! They are the perfect summer treat with no strange ingredients; just a few simple pantry ingredients are needed. These recipes are always my favorite – easy, quick, tasty, and inexpensive to make!
Do you have any big summer plan this year? We have a jam-packed schedule this year, but it’s going to be a blast. Hopefully, we can make a few more batches of these Nutella popsicles into the busy schedule. I’m sure it will be no problem because the longest part of making these popsicles is allowing them to freeze. It’s so hard to wait, but patience is key for these.
If you love ice pops like me, I recommend trying our strawberry lemonade ice pops or even our orange creamsicle ice pops (so good)! These dairy-free fudgsicles are perfect if you are taking a break from dairy or cannot have it in your diet. They are the best and so fudgy!
For the iced coffee, I highly recommend using a day old batch of coffee for a couple of reasons. It’s already cold, and you do not have to worry about bringing the fresh coffee to room temperature. And the last reasoning behind a day old coffee is the flavor. It may just be me, but I think it has a deeper flavor when sitting for a day or two. Have you noticed that? Just me?
You can use any molds for these Nutella iced coffee popsicles. I did write the recipe for my type of molds; you can purchase them here or at Ikea. They are a little smaller than your typical molds like these.
- 4 tablespoons Nutella
- 6 tablespoons heavy cream
- 1¼ cup cold coffee
- 1 tablespoon granulated sugar*
- popsicle molds
- Whisk together the Nutella, heavy cream, cold coffee, and granulated sugar together in a medium bowl until combined.
- Pour the mixture into popsicle molds and place into the freezer. Allow them to set for at least 6 hours.