15 Frozen Coffee Recipes to Cool Off with All Summer Long

Bored of your daily iced coffee? Your blender can fix that. Here are 15 frozen coffee recipes that’ll keep you cool, refreshed and awake all season, from ice pops to ice cream cake.

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1. Cold Brew Ice Pops

We finished ours off with some coffee beans, but we bet chocolate chips would taste amazing too.

2. Baileys Coffee Granita

She’s slushy. She’s caffeinated. She’s boozy. No complaints here.

3. Vietnamese Iced Coffee Ice Cream

Whole cardamom, vanilla bean paste and sweetened condensed milk take this scoop over the top.

4. Creamy Cold Brew Coffee Smoothie

Coconut. Milk. Ice. Cubes. Bye-bye, watery java.

5. Tiramisu Ice Cream Cake

Store-bought pound cake makes this treat way easier than it looks.

6. Skinny Caramel Frappuccino

Creamy, rich and oh-so-sweet. You won’t believe it’s only 50 calories per serving.

7. Affogato

Go ahead, have ice cream for breakfast.

8. Mocha Peanut Butter Pie

A chocolate-cookie crust, cream cheese and all the peanut butter cups. Even better? It comes together in your freezer—no baking required.

9. Coffee Coconut Ice Cream

Vegan, gluten-free and downright decadent.

10. Mexican Coffee Affogato

The secret is adding cinnamon and brown sugar to the brew, a la café de olla.

11. Blended Iced Mocha

A ten-minute recipe with whipped cream and chocolate fudge? Where do we sign?

12. Chocolate Ice Cream Cake With Coffee Crunch

Consider the kids’ birthday desserts decided for the next decade.

13. Baileys Coffee And Doughnut Milkshake

Not only does this sweet sipper get topped with a doughnut, but there are also doughnuts blended *inside* it.

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14. Vietnamese Coffee Popsicles

Bust out the French press for these cuties.

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15. Cold Brew Mocha Frappe

Meet a three-ingredient pick-me-up you’ll never get bored of. Save time by using store-bought cold brew instead of making it yourself.

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Taryn Pire is PureWow’s food editor and has been writing about all things delicious since 2016. She’s developed recipes, reviewed restaurants and investigated food trends at...