Vietnamese Iced Coffee Pops

Coffee Pops

I love coffee, I’m pretty addicted to caffeine, but hey, we all have our vices. I’m pretty strict and limit myself to one or two cups of coffee in the morning and then I switch to tea for the rest of the day. I could easily drink a lot more!

Coffee Pops

I’ve been pretty lucky to have tasted coffee from some pretty great places throughout Europe and I love that each country has it’s own style of coffee. When I was in Spain I drank cafe con leches, strong coffee with scalded milk. In Milan I drank lots of strong delicious espresso! Last summer in Thessalonica I drank several Greek coffees. My favorite was the iced Freddo Cappuccino, it has a large foamy cap on top and is very strong!


I haven’t been to Vietnam yet but I’ve always wanted to go. However, there are plenty of Vietnamese cafes in London that serve it. I’ve been to several Asian countries but I wasn’t really old enough to drink coffee and when I lived in India they enjoy tea and chai more than coffee.

Vietnamese Iced Coffee Pops

4-6 pops

Vietnamese Iced Coffee Pops


1 1/2 cups strong brewed coffee

1/2 cup sweetened condensed milk


  1. In a medium sized bowl stir the hot coffee and condensed milk together.
  2. Refrigerate for one hour until cold and then pour into ice pop mold insert sticks and freeze for 4 hours or overnight.


Make the coffee as strong as you like

adapted from Breakfast for Dinner

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  1. They certainly look interesting! I’ve had iced coffee on many occasions but, perhaps oddly, the idea of coffee popsicles never occurred to me. No reason not to try them – they look quick to make. Any thoughts on how they taste?

  2. it is perfect for time heat, this is easy make. The lollipop looks deliciuos


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