Iced Coffee and Caramel Yogurt Pops
The hot days of summer can mean a lot of things. But for me cool recipes, we’re talking cold, frosty and sweet, are must haves. We think our Iced Coffee and Caramel Yogurt Pops are what you need. If you like your cup of Joe (or Josephine) served below 32-degrees then I think we can talk.
Can we talk?
Here’s the deal.
I’m a guy who likes to stay active, be active and live active. I got a lot going on, over here. I am also a huge fan of riding my mountain bike all over the place. I do the granola bar thing, and a lot of the “what’s healthy for you eating,” but one of the things that will get me going in the morning is a big cup of coffee. A “good coffee” is my coffee. It helps me power through my long work days and all of my extracurricular activities. I run, bike and play a little basketball. But where I take a walk on the wild side is in my kitchen conjuring up good things to eat. Recently, I gave SToK™ Iced Coffee a try, and I created a deliciously invigorating cold creation using SToK™ Iced Coffee. The Iced Coffee and Caramel Yogurt Pops are an unfamiliar territory and maybe even a bit risky, but I was able to pull all together. In the end, what I got was my version of a power pop with the Jolt caffeinated lightning helping this creative man do creative things. And because I always need a boost I grabbed the 48-ounce SToK™, caramel sauce, and some plain yogurt. Back at home it only took me mere minutes to bring it all together. Then after a few hours in the freezer, these babies were ready to go.
Back at home it only took me mere minutes to bring it all together. Then after a few hours in the freezer, these babies were ready to go. I also created a Buttercream Coffee recipe on top of a Blueberry Pound Cake. Yeah, check out that one too!
Do you want to take you frozen treats to the wild side? Of course, you do, check out the recipe down below.
- 1 cup SToK™ Not Too Sweet Iced Coffee
- 1 cup of pourable yogurt
- 1/2 cup salted caramel
- Mix one (1) ounce of drinkable yogurt and a half-ounce (1/2) of salted caramel sauce together then pour it into the frozen pop mold.
- Repeat the first step six (6) times until all of the frozen pop molds are finished.
- Place the molds into the freezer for one (1) hour.
- Remove molds from the freezer and add SToK™ Iced Coffee mixed with a bit (1 tablespoon) of caramel coffee syrup, this step is optional.
- Fill up the remaining frozen pop molds to the fill-line.
- Return molds to the freezer and freeze for 2-3 hours or overnight.
- Remove from the freezer and remove the Iced Coffee and Caramel Yogurt Pops from their molds by running tepid water over the mold to release the frozen Pops.
So, tell me what is the thing that you do? Ya’ know, the one thing making you feel like you’re on top of the world. I want to hear about it in the comments below. And be sure to pin this recipe to your frozen treat board on Pinterest!
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