In case you’re a fan of Dalgona coffee, then you absolutely must try these Dalgona coffee popsicles ASAP! They’re yummy, quick, and fun to make!
No matter your age, if you’re a coffee-lover, then you MUST try these Dalgona coffee popsicles! They’re absolutely delicious, they’re easy to make, they’re super cheap and they’re super fun to eat. Just think about caffeinated summer on a stick!
In all honesty, I’m a bit sorry that I only shared one other popsicle recipe with you guys, because popsicles are super delicious and super fun to make! If you made my recipe for vegan popsicles with fruit, then you know what I mean. They’re effortless, which makes them absolutely perfect for when you have (unexpected) guests over.
I think popsicles deserve a bit more popularity and recognition. After all, they’re the easiest way of transforming a sweet treat into a refreshing one. I enjoy eating popsicles at any time of the year, not just when it’s summer. I even crave ice cream and popsicles during winter at times. After all, why the heck not? 😀
To be completely honest, I tried this recipe at least three times before and it didn’t turn out perfect. This is why I delayed sharing it with you guys. I just had to achieve the perfect Dalgona popsicle in order to be satisfied with the result! And after many trials and errors, I did it. I present to you the flawless Dalgona coffee popsicles. They’re yummy and they have the perfect popsicle-y texture, while also preserving the creaminess of the famous Dalgona coffee. Plus a little bit of whipped Dalgona cream for extra flavor.
Wait… what? You don’t know about Dalgona coffee? Wait a minute! I’ll make everything clear for you. In short, Dalgona coffee, also known as whipped coffee, started as a Tik Tok trend; it’s actually a Korean ice coffee, made by whipping instant coffee. Sounds easy, right? That’s ‘cause it is! The fact that it is so easy to make and the results are so beautiful (and yummy, let’s not forget about that) is what transformed this recipe into a worldwide trend.
Ever since the pandemic started, people from all over the world started making Dalgona coffee at home and posting pictures and videos of it on the Internet. After all, it’s coffee and we all know how many coffee lovers exist out there. Myself included! Plus, the recipe for Dalgona coffee is simply failproof. Anyone can make it, even if they never entered the kitchen in their life. Even a kid can make Dalgona coffee!
You only need three ingredients: instant coffee, sugar, and water. Plus, a hand mixer. Or a whisk and a bit of patience, but a mixer is better, of course. And some warm milk to pour over the resulting foam. Aaand that’s all there is about Dalgona coffee, really! You can serve it cold or hot, in the morning or whenever you’re craving a caffeine boost.
To prove my love for this awesome trend (don’t get me wrong, I love all trends that popularize food!), I made a Dalgona coffee cake last month and it ended up being an incredible idea. So why not take it one step further?
This was basically my inspiration for Dalgona coffee popsicles and I really don’t regret making them. They ended up super yummy and refreshing and I’m actually planning on making some more next weekend when I’ll have some friends over for a BBQ.
I hope I convinced you to try one of the easiest recipes on this blog: Dalgona coffee popsicles! Trust me, they’re extremely delicious, they have the perfect texture and you’ll end up craving for more.
In case you don’t believe me, just try them for yourself! Enjoy!
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- For the base:
- 1 cup coconut cream
- ½ cup almond butter
- 1 ripe banana
- ¼ cup maple syrup
- For the Dalgona flavor:
- 1 Tbsp instant coffee
- 1 Tbsp granulated brown sugar
- 1 Tbsp boiling water
- Add the base ingredients into a food processor and blend until smooth.
- In a large bowl, add the Dalgona ingredients and whisk continuously until light and fluffy.
- Add the base ingredients to the Dalgona mixture and combine with a spatula, to get a nice color and silky texture.
- Transfer the mixture to the popsicle molds and let freeze overnight.