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Tropical Iced Coffee Recipes | Lovers Coffee

Tropical Mango Coffee recipe by Nespresso

Hello, coffee lovers, happy weekend! For this weekend coffee treat we are craving for something tropical, iced, and caffeinated, well, of course, that is an iced coffee, but we want something refreshing from the usual classic iced coffee. So we searched out the web and look for the best iced coffee for the summer, and we found a lot of new stuff that is worth to try. Hence its the summer we like something tropical, and we like to make a tropical iced coffee for the summer.

We don’t want to try these coffee recipes only to ourselves, that is why we will share the good stuff with you our coffee lover friends. Here are the best coffee recipes for the summer that is a must try.

Tropical Iced Coffee for the Summer

Tropical Mango Coffee by Nespresso


If you want something out of the blue, that is refreshing, tropical, exotic and caffeinated the Tropical Mango Coffee by Nespresso is worth to try. A combination of coffee, mango, and chocolate will satisfy your tropical cravings this summer.

Recipe and direction Here

Cold Brew Lemonade

Cold Brew Lemonade by Prima Coffee

If you are looking for some ways to step up your cold brew game over the summer, why not try this Cold Brew Lemonade, an excellent drink if want something tropical and citrusy. A combination of two classic beverages for the summer cold brew coffee and lemonade mix into one. This cold brew lemonade gives you the right sweetness, a bit tart that resonates with coffee.

Check out Prima Coffee for their Cold Brew Lemonade they also have other coffee recipes to try for the summer.

Recipe and direction Here

Cardamom Iced Coffee

Coconut Cardamom Iced Coffee by Allrecipes

Tropical countries offer a variety of food and beverages blended with coconut, that is why it is no wonder when coconut is added to coffee it brings an exotic flavor of taste, and feeling like you are in the tropical Island for the weekend end. This Coconut Cardamom Iced Coffee by Allrecipes is simple and easy to make, and will surely hit the spot for a tropical java sensation.

Recipe and direction Here

These are three Tropical Iced Coffee varieties we want to try this weekend. Let’s all enjoy it, coffee lovers!

Coffee and Intermittent Fasting

a cup of cappuccino
Image by Chad Shuttleworth from Pixabay

With a lot of discoveries about coffee, today seems like our favorite cup of beverage is the jack of all trades, especially on the health benefits of coffee. It is no surprise that coffee has the ability to losing weight, it is the reason why it is often use in many weight loss programs, and one of the most popular weight loss program these days, with connection to coffee, is the intermittent fasting.

Intermittent fasting is one of the most popular weight loss programs nowadays, where it is a cycle of time between eating and fasting. Hence a lot of people are interested in this weight loss program, however, one of the most asked questions, is can you drink coffee while doing intermittent fasting?

Beverages with high sugar content and drinks that are high in dairy are not recommended during intermittent fasting, that is why your favorite latte or cappuccino is off limits for it can hinder the activity of the fast, because of this a lot of discussions had occurred whether drinking coffee is okay or not during the fast.

Coffee is high in nutrition but low in calorie, that is why it is okay to drink while you are on intermittent fasting, but it does not mean that you can celebrate, because there is still a limit on how many cups of coffee to drink during intermittent fasting. According to Healthline, “One cup (240 ml) of black coffee contains about 3 calories and very small amounts of protein, fat, and trace minerals,” which is not enough to break the fast.

How does coffee can help in the intermittent fasting?

The magic of coffee on intermittent fasting is, coffee can help suppress the appetite, where it creates the feeling of not hungry making it easier to stick with the fast. However, coffee should be plain black with no added sugar, creamer, or milk because this will break the fast. And of course, keep in mind to drink coffee in moderation, one to two cups of coffee will give you the help you needed for the intermittent fasting.

Drinking coffee while doing intermittent fasting can enhance the benefits of the fast, which can improve brain function, metabolism, and more.

According to Healthline, “Chronic inflammation is a root cause of many illnesses. Research suggests that both intermittent fasting and coffee intake may help reduce inflammation.”

One of the reasons why intermittent fasting is a popular weight loss program is because of its characteristic that promotes brain health. And when coffee is fuse to intermittent fasting, it enhances the goods of the fast. Intermittent fasting heightens brain – autophagy – is your body’s way of replacing damaged cells with healthy ones.

In intermittent fasting, the body produces ketones in the form of fat, which is the reaction of the body while doing the fast. The ketones serve as the bodies energy while on the cycle of fasting, and drinking coffee may enhance the production of ketones because caffeine is also said it promotes ketone production.

Now that we know that we can drink coffee while on intermittent fasting always keep in mind to drink in moderation without extra additives. Calories between 50 to 75 mean you are still on the right track for healthy wellness.

More of this news at Healthline

The Turkish Coffee Museum

Inside the Turkish Coffee Museum
Photo credit to Hurriyet Daily News

Turkey is one of the best-traveling destinations for it caters a lot of cultures and historical places. The geographical location of Turkey lies within Eastern Europe and Western Asia, but the cities culture has merely connected to ancient Greek, Persian, Roman, Byzantine, and Ottoman empires.

Aside from the magnificent view of the city, an added tourist spot is the newly open Turkish Coffee Museum. This first-ever coffee museum is a collaboration of three coffee experts in the northern province of Karabük’s Safranbolu district— a UNESCO World Heritage site — the museum is devoted to preserving the 500-year-old coffee culture of Anatolia on to future generations and takes tourist on the historical journey of Turkish coffee.

The Turkish Coffee Museum opened its doors on February 11 at the Turkish and Islamic Arts Museum.

Inside the coffee museum, can be seen various kinds of coffee offered in different parts of Anatolia, and pieces of coffee equipment like coffee pots, cups, coffee grinders, scales, wooden spoons, water cubes and sugar bowls that are over 100 to 150 years of age that shows the history of coffee.

Naim Koca and Atilla Narin, the writers of the book “Anadolu’nun Kayıp Kahveleri” (“Lost Coffees of Anatolia”), and Semih Yıldırım, the inventor of coffee made of saffron, the world’s most expensive plant, have opened the Turkish Coffee Museum with materials they gathered over the years.

There are over 40 coffee species featured inside the museum including “Burçak,” “Zingarella,” “Tarz-ı Hususi,” “Mırra,” “Nohut,” “Cilveli,” “Şehzade,” “Hilve” and “Dibek.”

The newly opened Turkish Coffee Museum is a one-stop shop to all the visitors who wish to learn more about the culture and history of Turkish coffee. Guests have the opportunity to learn correctly the proper way on how to make the popular Turkish coffee, and have the chance to receive a certificate which is an opportunity to expand the knowledge in coffee.

The museum also aims to show the visitors the old coffee relics that were used in the early times in Turkish history: A cup used by the Ottoman Sultan Abdulhamid, a coffee pot that belonged to War of Independence veteran Sütçü İmam, the replica of a coffee cup from which Turkish Republic founding father Mustafa Kemal Atatürk drank his last coffee and a 12-cornered coffee cup representing 12 imams.

Koca said, ” the making of Turkish coffee was important and they had established the museum with his friends after a four-year effort to survive this culture.” ” they aimed to make Turkish coffee more well-known in the world, said, “I and my friend Atilla Narin prepared the book ‘Anadolu’nun Kayıp Kahveleri.’ There are some 40 coffee types. We want coffee to develop a little more in our country because it is part of our culture. The aim of our museum is to reveal the coffee more clearly. To help people know more about coffee and to spread coffee culture,” he added.

“We gathered coffee cultures in our country in the book. Turkish coffee is very important to us. We finished the work for the Turkish Coffee Museum last month after four years. We have received a lot of attention and support. This is the first coffee museum; the only one in Turkey. We have received many donations with meticulous work. We get many positive reactions and want to develop the museum because coffee has been existing in this place for the last 500 years.” – Atilla Narin

More to this story  at Hurriyet Daily News

Iced Lemon Coffee Recipe | Weekend Coffee Treat

Lemon Iced Coffee Recipe Weekend Coffee Treat

As the temperature is emanating, we are craving for something refreshing, and hence iced coffee are on trend for the season, we will follow the trend, and let us make a delightful Iced Lemon Coffee for our weekend coffee treat.

Lemon is always associated with a zesty refreshing flavor that is why it is also a choice of refreshing drinks during the summer season. Lemon is also a good mix to lots of cocktail drinks, so it is no surprise that it perfectly compliments iced coffee.

Let’s start making this refreshing coffee drink!

If you are not fond of cocktail drinks, this Iced Lemon Coffee can be a perfect choice od ladies drink over the weekend.

Iced Lemon Coffee Recipe

Iced Lemon Coffee Recipe
Photo by Roos Oosterbroek on Unsplash


  • 1 cup cold brewed coffee
  • 1/4 cup ice cubes
  • 1/4 cup freshly squeezed lemon juice
  • 1 teaspoon stevia powder, or to taste
  • 1 slice lemon, for garnish


  1. It is better if you have a cocktail shaker to fuse all the mixture. However, a cocktail shaker is not that necessary a glass could do to put all the ingredients at ones.
  2. In the glass combine coffee, ice cubes, lemon juice, and stevia.
  3. If you are using a cocktail mixer, shake well to blend all the ingredients, but if you are using glass make sure to stir, thoroughly.
  4. Lastly, is to garnish your iced coffee with a slice of lemon. Serve and enjoy!
Iced Caramel Latte Pops Recipe by:Keto Summit,posted in

SGD Coffee A Hidden Gem On The Top Of The Mountain.

The newly opened Coffee Heritage House in Sagada Mountain Province Philippines
Coffee Heritage House in Sagada

The Island of the Philippines was ones the fourth largest coffee producer of coffee, but because of the coffee rust and insect infestation, a lot of coffee trees died causing to economic fall in the Philippine coffee production. By the time the Philippines manage to escalate in the 1960s, a new challenge occurs when there is a stop of coffee export from the Philippines due to the sudden proliferation of coffee farms that resulted in a surplus in the world market. But now the Philippines were trying to bring back their regime by uplifting the native coffee farmers in the mountainous region of Sagada. A hidden gem of roastery on the top of the mountain where natives are striving to produce a top quality coffee.

Sagada is a small town situated in the Cordillera Mountain Province. The municipality is a tourist destination, known for their hanging coffins, beautiful waterfalls, and caves which you can explore. Due to these natural wonders, Sagada is one of the best adventure destinations and added to your experience the SGD Coffee Heritage House is a must visit in the area.

SGD Roastery coffee

The Coffee Heritage House in Sagada Mountain province is a newly opened roastery offering a quality cup of coffee that is freshly harvested by the local farmers. Coffee Heritage House also offers B&B-hostel, which is great to check in for tourist when visiting Sagada. But of course, aside from the breathtaking view, wanderlust adventure, native cuisine, you cannot leave the town without tasting their very own coffee.

The spouse Rich and Margarette Watanabe owners of the Coffee heritage House is not a native from Sagada, but they have been supporting the local coffee farmers in the town for a couple of years now through their Coffee Heritage Project. The project helps the native farmers of Sagada plant Arabica coffee beans, cultivate, harvest the berries, and Coffee Heritage directly buys the coffee beans from the farmers at a fair trade price. All the coffee beans they have bought from the local farmers are the ones serve and roasted at the SGD Coffee Roastery which already has four locations in the Philipines, and in Sagada is their newest location of the brand.

Magdalena Bolinget is one of the coffee farmers from the Coffee Heritage project. Photo credited to Andre Drilon of ABS CBN

SGD Coffee aims to bring a different coffee experience to coffee aficionados through Sagada coffee. Margaret says, ” “We want to cater to music and coffee aficionados who want a more personalized coffee service… That’s really the intention of the Coffee Roastery, to provide everybody, those who are very particular about their coffee, for those who want a certain flavor profile just for you.” The only thing missing, for now, is the roasting facility which is still in the process of being set up. Margaret says, “The experience we want our customers to have is when you sit down, you can have a good cup of coffee, then just close your eyes and relax and enjoy the good music.”

SGD is not all about business for one of their goals is to support and uplift the lives of the native coffee farmers in Sagada through coffee production. Margaret says, “Since it’s a passion project, part of it is to give back and make sure that (the farmers) earn from it… It might be hard for us but this is what we want for the farmers, for them to be able to send their kids to a good school, to be able to feed their children with good food, have money for medicine and hospitalization.”

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Practical Coffee Table For Your Home

Coffee Table for home
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Coffee tables are a statement piece in our home, which is often used. However, most of the struggles is finding the perfect coffee table that is practical and economical. A lot of times we end up buying expensive coffee tables that do not match the space we have at home or coffee tables that are too small for our needs. So here are tips, and tricks on how you can find, the perfect coffee table for your home that is workable in all corners.

The Farm House Coffee Table

Farmhouse Coffee Table with Hidden Storage by Her Tool Belt

This farmhouse coffee table is ergonomic to all its corners. It is just the right size to put something on top, and have plenty of space for your morning newspaper, and coffee plus the hidden drawer is very convenient to put your clutter to keep the coffee table tidy.

Look for inspiration HERE

Rustic Industrial Coffee Table


This rustic industrial coffee table is plain and simple and provides a big space to work on. You can arrange various decorations on top while still have space for your coffee, or just put a small planter to have plenty of space for snacks and drinks.

Look for inspiration HERE

Edge Wood Coffee Table

Edge Wood Coffee Table by A Pretty Happy Home

This coffee table has a lot of personality into it at the same time it has much space for your coffee. Hence this coffee table has a lot of edge it is better to leave it plain and let its character shine, however, if you wish to put something to have balance a piece of dainty movables or a medium size candle will be a good decor on top.

Look for inspiration HERE

Crate Coffee Table

Crate Coffee Table by Ideas 2 Live 4

Talking about thrifty and nifty, this crate coffee table is a practical piece of furniture. Aside from it allows you to create your own style, it has many possible storages to put things such as books, magazine and more.

Look for inspiration HERE

Balustrade Coffee Table

Balustrade Coffee Table
Balustrade Coffee Table by Its A Grandville Life

A perfect fit for any home that will make everything look cozy. The balustrade coffee table is a layered statement piece of furniture where you can put your favorite book, magazine, and a small tray on top for a few nicknacks.

Look for inspiration HERE

Factory Cart Coffee Table

Factory Cart Coffee Table
Factory Cart Coffee Table by Home Talk

This factory cart coffee table can be the center of attention to your living space. Because it is large enough to decorate, you can put a tray layer with vases and candles.

Look for inspiration HERE

Farmhouse Herringbone Coffee Table

Farmhouse Herringbone Coffee Table
Farmhouse Herringbone Coffee Table by The Junq Drawer

Another farmhouse coffee table that is practical. This look for less coffee table will fit in any budget, and you can style in any way you want. A timeless piece of coffee table which you can easily revamp every now and then, plus it has plenty of room below which you can put a bin to hide declutters.

Look for inspiration HERE

Marble Coffee Table

Marble Coffee Table
Marble Coffee Table via The Every Girl

Marble coffee tables will always make everything clean and polish that gives a modern touch in your home. This kind of coffee tables is perfect to small living spaces like studio type apartments, or condominiums because it creates a brighter and modern vibe to your home.

Look for inspiration HERE

Suman sa Latik with Coconut Caramel Sauce | Weekend Coffee Treat

Suman sa Latik Recipe

Coffee is more enjoyable when you got the perfect food pairing, but not only cinnamon, cake, pastries that complement the coffee there is a unique food called “Suman sa latik,” or known as sticky rice in the western.

Suman sa latik is a known dessert or snack in the Philippines which is often paired with black coffee, but you can also pair this with your favorite coffee like a cappuccino, americano, or latte. Hence, suman sa latik is sweet sticky rice it perfectly compliments to coffee without sugar.

There are many versions of Suman sa latik, but the version from Kawaling Pinoy is close enough to the traditional Suman sa Latik, plus her coconut caramel sauce gives a unique twist with the suman. Suman sa Latik is made with glutinous rice, cooked in coconut milk, that is traditionally wrapped in banana leaves or buri palm.

Of course, I cannot wait to make this weekend coffee treat, Suman sa Latik for this weekend so let’s start cooking!

Suman sa Latik with Coconut Caramel Sauce


  • 1 can (13.5 ounces) coconut milk
  • 1 cup sugar
  • 1 teaspoon salt
  • 3 cups glutinous rice

For the Coconut Caramel Sauce

  • 1 can (13.5 ounces) coconut milk
  • 1 cup brown sugar
  • 1/2 teaspoon salt


  • banana leaves
  • pot just large enough to fit suman and enough water to cover for boiling
  • US Customary – Metric


  1. In a bowl, place rice and enough cold water to cover. Soak for about 1 hour and then drain well.
  2. Meanwhile, prepare banana leaves by trimming stiff ends. Cut into 10 x 2. 10-inch squares. If leaves feel stiff, briefly pass over gas flames for about 10 to 20 seconds until pliable.
  3. In a pot, combine coconut milk, sugar, and salt. Stir until sugar and salt are dissolved. Add rice and stir to disperse.
  4. Over medium heat, cook rice, stirring occasionally to prevent from sticking and burning, until liquid is absorbed but rice is half-done.
  5. Remove from heat and allow to slightly cool. Place about 2 to 3 heaping tablespoonfuls on a banana leaf and shape into logs, leaving about 1 inch on sides. Roll banana leaves tightly around the rice to form a log and fold both edges to seal.
  6. In a pot, arrange suman with folded side down and add enough water to cover at about 1-inch. Place a layer of banana leaves over suman and a plate on top to weigh them down. Cover pot with a lid.
  7. Over medium heat, cook for about 45 minutes to 1 hour or until rice is fully cooked. With tongs, remove suman from water and allow to cool.
  8. To serve, peel leaves and drizzle suman with coconut caramel sauce.

For the Coconut Caramel Sauce

  1. In a saucepan over medium heat, combine coconut milk, brown sugar, and salt and whisk together until sugar and salt are dissolved.
  2. Bring mixture to a boil. Continue to cook, stirring regularly, for about 20 to 25 minutes or until mixture is reduced and thickened.
This is an original recipe of Lalaine of Kawaling Pinoy, "Suman Malagkit with Coconut Caramel Sauce." She also shared a video on her Youtube channel and to her blog on how she made this delicacy. All credits are respectfully credited to her. 

Coffee a Sustainable Alternative to Palm Oil.

Scottish Entrepreneurs Revive Eco aims to replace palm oil into coffee waste
Photo Credits to Revive Eco website via BBC News

Coffee is such manifold species where it can not only power the body, but coffee can also be a sustainable alternative to palm oil that often found in many household products.

Almost numerous household items at home are consist of palm oil. In South East Asia, Africa, and parts of Brazil they use palm oil as alternative sustainable energy for crude oil, and in many parts of the world Palm oil is found in many household items from cooking to beauty products. In the United States and Europe, the refined form of palm oil is a valuable element for many food items such as margarine, confectionery, chocolate, ice cream, and bakery products. Palm oil is also widely used for soap and candle making, and its often found in your favorite cosmetic brands.

Because of the high demand for Palm oil, it causes high jeopardy for the environment, especially to the rainforest of Asia, which is the biggest producer of palm oil not only that, but it also causes havoc to the Orangutans which are endangered species in Asia.

That is why two Scottish entrepreneurs aim to replace palm oil in the more sustainable use by repurposing coffee waste by extracting the oil to create a new substance of all-purpose oil.

Hence, coffee is the second most traded commodity next to oil, where almost 2 million cups of coffee are consumed every day, and six million tonnes of coffee waste is sent to landfill every year, so why not make the coffee waste into more use rather than just a one-hit wonder powering the body.

Revive Eco Co-founders Scott Kennedy and Fergus Moore during their interview at Glasgow Lives By Elaine Livingstone

The new Scottish entrepreneurs Scott Kennedy and Fergus Moore has put up an environmentally conscious company called Revive Eco that globally aims to help the environment by replacing the palm oil into coffee oil by extraction from the coffee waste.

During the interview of Fergus Moore to BBC Radio’s Good Morning Scotland, he said, “About 60% of a cafe’s waste is about coffee grounds.

“In Scotland, that amounts to about 40,000 tonnes a year – across the UK, more than half a million tonnes.

“And coffee grounds are so heavy that it takes their waste bill through the roof.”

Revive Eco is strengthening their process to which it extracts and purify the oil from the coffee waste to have a sustainable oil which can replace the palm oil and can be used to many household products like food, cosmetics, and other pharmaceutical goods.

The two entrepreneurs started their journey as a vision, and now they are slowly putting up their dream into action.

“Having worked in cafes and restaurants for a number of years, we became sick and tired of seeing more and more coffee grounds being needlessly sent to landfill,” the brand’s website reads.

“In the UK, we drink 55 million cups of coffee each day, leading to over half a million tonnes of coffee grounds being generated and wasted. We strive to radically change mindsets and show that materials can still possess huge value, even after being used for their primary purpose.

“We set out with the simple ambition of finding a use for coffee beyond the usual morning pick-me-up and bringing new life to what was previously viewed as waste.”

The startup company Revive Eco are still in need of funding for their project, and they have secure £235,000 fund from the Zero Waste Scotland agency. They are also looking forward to representing Scotland and Northern Ireland in the Chivas Venture competition and hopes to win the share of £776,000 for the additional fund.

Elan Cafe in London | Coffee Shop Review

The iconic flower wall inside Elan Cafe London
Photo credits via Elancafe FB

What do you look for a coffee shop, is it the unique ambiance, aesthetic look, colorful latte, or the Instagramable? What if there is one coffee shop where you can experience all of it? The Elan Cafe in London is the most Instagrammable cafe in the world.

London is also one of the best cities where you can enjoy beautiful coffee shops and a great cup of coffee. Almost all nooks around the city you can spot a good coffee shop to order espresso or latte with a serving of croissant. Nowadays coffee shop is not only a store for coffee, but because of the upscale competition coffee shops today’s needs to be buzzworthy, when it comes to their social media presence. Like the Elan Cafe in London knows what the internet loves. This coffee shop is Instagram worthy in all its corners, where coffee lovers visiting the place has an awe reaction.

The iconic flower wall inside Elan Cafe London
Photo credits via Elancafe FB

Elan Cafe, London is on the hype in their social media game with all the pinks, and flower power of this coffee shop it is sure to have thousands of likes, shares, and followers.

Elan Cafe opened its doors in August 2017, founded by Alexandra Miller. It does not take long before this new cafe opened its second location, and took social media by storm, and it was the talk of the town. Many celebrities and high profile personalities are visiting this beautiful cafe.

Why it was hailed the most Instagrammed Cafe in London?

Even when you are not a pink lover walking inside the Elan Cafe will surely leave you with astonishment. The cafe is in all pink theme interior with accents of pastel colors. Also, their food, especially their pastry, is deliciously pleasing to the eye which what makes people draw their attention to go inside. The entire place feels so romantic, which is a perfect place for a first coffee date or a spot to hang out with your girlfriends. Inside the cafe has a model of a cherry blossom tree, with their iconic flower wall that makes everyone stop to pose and take a picture, everything inside Elan Cafe is coherent and cohesive from their aesthetic design to their food, lattes, and pastries which makes the most Instagrammed cafe in London.

Elan Cafe is not only about the gram, but they also offer a topnotch dining experience from food, drinks, and your favorite cup of coffee. Elan Cafe has a variety of pastries that goes with the coffee menu. They also serve breakfast and brunch that is influenced by Middle Eastern flavors and grab-and-go food.

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There are already six locations of Elan Cafe around London, and every shop will certainly give the hype of experience. Elan Cafe first store location is on Brompton Road, which is the largest store followed by the Park Lane café.

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Downstairs at EL&N Hans Crescent 💖

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The founder Alexandra clearly understand the pulse of the masses on what’s hot and trending in today’s generation, it is not only good food and service but with strong PR, and social media presence a business will surely flourish.

Iced Caramel Latte Popsicles Recipe | Weekend Coffee Treat

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Finally, we can feel the summer heat and what better way to chill down during summertime, is to have something cool and refreshing. Hence we are feeling hot this weekend instead of making another coffee concoctions it is the perfect weather to make a coffee base popsicles. Bot only, but the entire family will surely enjoy this refreshing weekend coffee treat.

Popsicles are great treats during summertime aside from it is super easy to do, it is also a fun sweet cooling refreshment. The discovery of popsicle is not rocket science it was invented accidentally by an eleven-year-old boy named Frank Epperson, in 1905. The boy “left a mixture of powdered soda, water, and a stirring stick in a cup on his porch. It was a cold night, and Epperson awoke the next morning to find a frozen pop.”

Centuries later the popsicle was developed, and many flavors are added and discovered. Hence we will make a popsicle for our weekend coffee treat we will recreate the Iced Caramel Latte Pops from All recipes.

Iced Caramel Latte Popsicle Recipe


  • 1/2 cup milk
  • 1/4 cup sweetened condensed milk
  • 1/8 teaspoon vanilla extract

Coffee Layer:

  • 1/2 cup cold brew coffee concentrate (1:1 ratio for mixing with water
  • 6 tablespoons milk
  • 2 tablespoons sweetened condensed milk

Caramel Layer:

  • 6 tablespoons caramel sauce or caramel ice cream topping
  • 2 tablespoons chocolate-covered espresso beans, coarsely chopped


  1. Milk Layer: Whisk together milk, sweetened condensed milk, and vanilla in a large measuring cup with a spout until well combined. Pour into 6 (3-ounce) ice pop molds, dividing evenly. Freeze until firm but not frozen, about 2 hours. Insert sticks. Set a timer and check early. If they freeze all the way, your stick won’t go in and your layers may separate.
  2. Coffee Layer: Whisk together coffee concentrate, milk, and sweetened condensed milk in a large measuring cup with a spout until well combined. Pour into molds over milk layer, dividing evenly. Freeze until firm but not frozen, about 2 hours.
  3. Caramel Layer: Spoon 1 tablespoon caramel sauce over coffee layer in each mold. Sprinkle each with 1 teaspoon espresso beans. Freeze until solid, at least 8 hours and up to 2 weeks.
Iced Caramel Latte Pops Recipe by:SandyG , posted in