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Vietnamese-Style Coffee on a Stick

Over the long weekend I finally got around to experimenting with my new popsicle mold. The final result was perfect for the hot Summer months and a coffee lover's dream, a coffee popsicle! I used Vietnamese-style coffee — a simple concoction of sweetened condensed milk and strong coffee, traditionally served over ice — as my inspiration. These frozen delights were cool, refreshing, and oh so delicious. Packed with a caffeine punch, these popsicles are super simple to make. The hardest part is waiting for them to freeze!

This popsicle recipe can easily be altered to suit any coffee taste so feel free to add vanilla, mocha, or chocolate. To learn how to freeze your favorite coffee beverage, please

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Vietnamese-Style Coffee Popsicles

Vietnamese-Style Coffee Popsicles

Vietnamese-Style Coffee Popsicles

Ingredients

1/4 cup sweetened condensed milk
1 3/4 cup water
1/4 cup freshly ground espresso coffee

Directions

1. Brew the coffee to a strong robust flavor. Using a French press, it takes approximately 10 minutes. I love French press but any other coffee brewing method would also work.

2. Pour the sweetened condensed milk into a separate bowl.
3. Slowly pour the hot coffee into the bowl with the sweetened condense milk. Stir.
4. Chill coffee and sweetened condensed milk mixture in the refrigerator until cool.
5. Strain the coffee, if needed.

6. Fill popsicle forms and place in freezer.

7. Once frozen, pop out of the form and enjoy!

Makes 4 popsicles.

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senorita senorita 6 years
Soooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo good.
senorita senorita 6 years
YUMMMY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! These look soooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo good.
Jrsjewels Jrsjewels 7 years
Good recipe. I like those molds also!
sxyskeksis sxyskeksis 8 years
This sounds wonderful!!! However, for Cafe Sua (Vietnamese coffee) lovers, this will NOT taste the same as what you usually get at a restuarant. Cafe Sua is made from vietnamese coffee or, more commonly, Chicory coffee, not expresso. You can buy a metal drip brewer and chicory coffee (Cafe Du Monde)from an asian store fairly cheaply.
i-am-awesomeness i-am-awesomeness 8 years
hmmm that's an interesting recipe to try out!
taratootie taratootie 8 years
I made these and they were GREAT! Thanks Yum!
jennjennnbubba jennjennnbubba 8 years
super easy and super yumm
SugarFreak SugarFreak 8 years
Frozen coffee on a stick?? *swoooon*
yellowbanana yellowbanana 8 years
Yum they would probably taste a little better if you used twice as much ground coffee rather than steeping it for twice as long. Steeping too long makes it taste bitter. Double strong is usually just double the grinds.
Food Food 8 years
Glad everyone like the coffee popsicles. ! I did buy my molds at Target and be sure to check out my June's must haves for other popsicle recommendations! I wanted a thinner popsicle mold to make sure they were not overwhelming to eat! :)
jeanlass jeanlass 8 years
Sorry about the double comment; I can't figure out how to delete the duplicate! At any rate, here's a link to a similar mold at Target:http://tinyurl.com/5655mpI can't find the exact one I bought at the store online. The molds I found at the store are very close the ones in the photos for the Vietnamese-Style Coffee on a Stick, and they're silicone rather than plastic.
jeanlass jeanlass 8 years
Sorry about the double comment; I can't figure out how to delete the duplicate! At any rate, here's a link to a similar mold at Target: http://tinyurl.com/5655mp I can't find the exact one I bought at the store online. The molds I found at the store are very close the ones in the photos for the Vietnamese-Style Coffee on a Stick, and they're silicone rather than plastic.
jeanlass jeanlass 8 years
I found similar molds at Target yesterday-- couldn't resist buying some to try this recipe!
jeanlass jeanlass 8 years
I found similar molds at Target yesterday-- couldn't resist buying some to try this recipe!
carolbrowne carolbrowne 8 years
Great idea! Will give this a try.
Rancher'sGirl Rancher'sGirl 8 years
These sound wonderful...very light and refreshing! Must try these this weekend.:)
VampyKali VampyKali 8 years
Nevermind.. I found them finally. http://www.kaboodle.com/reviews/2-in-1-ice-stick-and-stirrer
VampyKali VampyKali 8 years
Where can I get such cool Popsicle molds?
nikodarling nikodarling 8 years
I LOVE Vietnemese coffee. I'm going to do these this weekend. Thanks for the brilliant idea.
rosey_y rosey_y 8 years
These sound amazing, thank you! It's going on winter where I am, but I still might try them anyway.
piglette33 piglette33 8 years
ha! that's kinda weird (for me). You put them in a beaker. Looks really yummy though!
ShePirate2010 ShePirate2010 8 years
i'd try this!! looks interesting
Tabloid Tabloid 8 years
I'm a Vietnamese but I've never heard of the "Vietnamese Style Coffee Popsicles" ever in my life. I prefer viet coffee then others coffee.
amloveaffair amloveaffair 8 years
Oh I love my french press!
amloveaffair amloveaffair 8 years
Oh I love my french press!
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