Oh boy. These boozy pops are where it’s at. I have to admit, it’s hard to write about these since I had this stomach thing over the weekend that I’m still recovering from. So I’m trying to reminisce about a happier time when I was able to enjoy the thought of these. Despite that minor fact, I do have to say these adult popsicles are fantastic. The combination of coffee and Irish cream is so good, but the chocolate drizzle and biscoff cookie crumb topping are like O M G. It’s so easy to whip these fun little treats up. And if you want to make the kiddies feel included, you can always make a batch of these kid friendly pops I posted about recently. This treat is the best of both worlds it’s summer friendly and similar to the cookies and coffee snack I often enjoy when the weather is colder but now, plus liquor. It’s seriously a fun treat. So now that the weather is warmer you can make a batch to enjoy throughout these warmer days. Enjoy!
- In a pitcher, combine coffee and Irish cream. Pour mixture into popsicle molds and freeze until frozen through.
- To make the chocolate drizzle, melt chocolate in your microwave or on the stove top over low heat. Add a small amount of coconut oil to help set (not necessary, but I find it helpful). Using a spoon or pastry bag, drizzle the chocolate over the top. Sprinkle tops with crushed biscoff cookies and place back into the freezer until chocolate is set.
- Keep frozen until ready to eat!
Will Sing for Dessert original recipe