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Coffee Popsicles Are Going Viral, and They’re So Easy to Make

A person makes instant coffee, places it back in a package, and freezes it.

Coffee lovers, there’s a new recipe going viral on TikTok that’s for you. With the weather still hot in most areas and summer nowhere near over, coffee popsicles have taken off online. The best part? They’re simple to make.

TikTok content creator @eunchaejachae showcased how to make travel-sized coffee ice pop using nothing but instant coffee and the packaging it comes in.

In their video, @eunchaejachae, uses Maxim, a Korean instant coffee, that comes ready to make with included sweetener and non-dairy creamer. They pour several packs into a cup and prepare it using boiling water as the instructions say.

Then, they allow the coffee to come to room temperature. Once it’s cool, pour it back into its original packet (a funnel can help), and then set them upright in a cup so they don’t spill over. Place them in the freezer for three to four hours, and you’ll have a travel-friendly coffee popsicle.


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This viral recipe is handy for those looking for a caffeinated, frozen treat, you can always opt to make more traditional popsicles using molds on Amazon. Simply make your coffee as you usually would and freeze it in the molds for a treat.

Collapsible Popsicle Molds

Make classic popsicles or coffee ice cubes with this mold.

Of course, there are always coffee ice cubes that will help prevent your iced coffee from becoming watered down. 

Regardless of which type of coffee popsicles you choose to make, though, this is one cool treat that’s perfect as a summer dessert. 

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