Enjoying the benefits of AlmondMilk with Creamy Mocha Pops

Enjoying the benefits of AlmondMilk with Creamy Mocha Pops


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I love coffee in all forms, especially my first cup of coffee each morning!  With it being summer, the temps are rising and come mid-afternoon when I would normally grab another cup of hot coffee, it is just too warm out to enjoy.That is why I have been dreaming of a frozen coffee treat for a while now.  It has taken me a few mishaps to create a delicious combination but I believe I have finally created a wonderful frozen Mocha Pop all while enjoying the benefits of almondmilk.

benefits of almond milk

I found 2 new almondmilk blends at Safeway and let me tell you, Hubs was super excited!  He loves almondmilk, so I figured he would like both the Almond Coconut Blend and the AlmondMilk Protein + Fiber.  Which is also why I had to make them off limits until I could make my Mocha Pops, I was not sure how they would turnAlmond Milk Recipes mocha pops out since the first attempts with other products did not turn out well.  I knew I needed more than 1 try.

Funniest part about it, I did not need more than one try.  They turned out delicious the first time!  Although I did not get a good photograph until my 3rd batch.  What can I say, these were too delicious to keep in the house!

Now for the recipe, which is simple and you can change it up depending on how you like your coffee!

Mocha Pops:

  • 8 chocolate covered coffee beans
  • 1.5 cups brewed coffee – chilled
  • 1/4 cup  + a smidgen of AlmondMilk, I used Silk Almond Coconut Blend (unsweetened)
    • Highly technical term  (smidgen) and measurement but it was just a bit over 1/4 cup but not 1/2
  • 1 tbs unsweetened baking cocoa


Step 1: Smash the chocolate covered coffee beans to smithereens.  I accomplished this in my food processor, but a coffee grinder would work too on a cool day.  It does not need to be pretty just make it into little bits.  That is important.  These of course are completely optional, if you choose to leave them out you may want to add a tablespoon of sweetener.

Step 2:  Throw everything else into the food processor or blender and mix well.

Step 3: Pour into popsicle molds, or baggies and freeze throughly.  Mine took about an hour to be really frozen since everything was cold going into the freezer.

Step 4: Prepare to enjoy cold delicious Mocha Pops made with the benefits of almondmilk.


Mocha Pops with almond milk


If you follow me on Instagram, you have seen all the fun ways I have been using the almondmilk blends this week!  Ice coffee? Yep!  Steamed almondmilk coffee?  Yes again!  Almondmilk in dinner?  Absolutely!  There are so many ways to enjoy the benefits of almondmilk this summer!  You can learn more about Silk AlmondMilk Blends on their website or Facebook page.





  1. These are great, definitely pinning! Where did you find the cute Popsicle bags?

    • I picked them up at World Market, but any popsicle maker would work. We have a holder from 3-4 states ago that works great too.

  2. My husband loves the Vanilla flavored almond milk. I’ll have to try this for him though.

  3. I must have these. Look soooo good.

  4. These look and sound great! I bet my hubby would be over the moon for them – I think I’ll surprise him with a post-yard work treat today!

  5. This sounds so yummy! Thanks for the recipe. Although I’d probably not make it because I am lazy in that way, I wish Starbucks would adapt this recipe! LOL

    • They are super simple, and easy to make. I bet you could even pour your favorite mixed coffee drink into popsicle molds and make them too.

  6. Woah…those pops take me back to my childhood days. I love that you made them with chocolate-covered coffee beans! #client

  7. Almond milk is awesome! I normally use the unsweetened version but like the chocolate and the coconut almond blend too. Going to have to try this once I get more almond milk. Totally out now so couldn’t’ make my frappe this morning. :(