Coffee Coconut Ice Cream Bites

Coffee Coconut Ice Cream Bites
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Summer days go perfectly with cold brew coffee and ice cream – especially when it’s a homemade treat and combined all together in one bite… ok, multiple bites;) We took our love for frozen, creamy desserts and changed it up making these Coffee Coconut Ice Cream Bites for a dessert that’s also fun to eat. Covering coconut milk ice cream with a coffee coconut shell made using Singing Dog Vanilla Coffee might be one of our best ideas to date.

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These ice cream bites are super rich and creamy while using super simple ingredients and will pretty much melt in your mouth. The coffee coconut shell combines Vanilla Coffee with coconut butter and maple syrup that could easily be frozen into fudge, but we highly recommend you use it on top of ice cream because life’s short and dessert should be savored. Making this dessert into ice cubes makes them super popable for an at-home movie night or those late-night treats!

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Ingredients

Ice Cream Cubes

1 can full-fat coconut milk

3 Tbsp. maple syrup

2 tsp. vanilla extract

¼ cup coconut oil, melted

1 tsp. non-GMO soy lecithin powder

Coffee Coconut Shell

½ cup coconut butter, softened

6 Tbsp. strong brewed Vanilla Coffee

6 Tbsp. maple syrup

Directions

Ice Cream Cubes

  1. Blend all ingredients except the coconut oil and lecithin until combined. Add melted coconut oil and lecithin and blend on high for 30-60 seconds.
  2. Pour into 2 ice cube trays and set in your freezer overnight.

Coffee Coconut Shell

  1. The following day, blend all ingredients for the Coffee Coconut Shell together until creamy.
  2. Remove Ice Cream Cubes from the trays and place on a lined baking sheet.
  3. Cover each cube with the Coffee Coconut Shell and place baking sheet in your freezer to harden, at least a couple hours. The Coffee Coconut Shell will spill over the cubes onto the tray which you can later eat as fudge!
  4. Keep stored in a container in your freezer. Happy summer!