Introduction: Coffee and Cream Popsicles

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These are vegan and delicious. You don't have to make them vegan but I highly suggest it as the coconut milk is so good in this.

Step 1: You Will Need...

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Coffee (or beans and a coffee maker)
Sugar (I used caster sugar for its ease of dissolving. But any will work.)
Can of coconut milk (use the can. It is creamier)
And you will need some sort of mold


And freezer space.

Step 2: Make Coffee

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Make a good cup of coffee. Strong. Some key things to make it good; Start with qualify beans. Grind it fresh. Brew it right.

Or go with cold brew. Grady's Cold Brew is my pick if you are looking to make this easier.

Step 3: The Cream

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Add sugar to your coconut milk. You do not need much 2-4 table spoons for the whole can.

Step 4: Cream Top

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Pour a small amount of the sweetened cream into the molds. Then place then in the freezer.

Step 5: One Hour Should Do It

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Leave the cream in for an hour to harden.

Step 6: Add Coffee

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Add the remaining cream to the coffee. Then when pour into the molds with the already frozen cream tops.

This part you can get creative with. You can leave the coffee black and add a lot of sugar. You can add lots of milk or just a little. Sweeten it to whatever you desire.

Step 7: Place the Sticks

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If you don't have a fancy mold like mine and you are using real Popsicle sticks you may want to try and jam them into your partly Frozen cream tops so it stands up.

Then just place it all in the freezer until it is frozen. Over night to be safe.

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