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Adaptogenic mushroom coffee popsicles? Yes, my friend, quite the mouthful of words, but trust me on this one. I’m absolutely in love with Four Sigmatic’s mushroom coffees, so I was through the moon when afforded the opportunity to develop a recipe for the brand. I’ve become obsessed with making coconut milk popsicles and coffee is one of my favorite ice cream flavors, so for me, it was a no-brainer to craft together a frozen coffee treat.

What makes Four Sigmatic coffee so awesome, is the addition of adaptogenic mushrooms such as reishi, cordyceps, chaga and lion’s mane. For these pops, I used the coffee with chaga and cordyceps. While their exact functions are a little different, together these mushrooms are known for improving your body’s ability to respond to stress, improving brain function, skin health, liver health, digestion and more.

If you’re not into the idea of mushrooms in your coffee, fear not! These pops can easily be made with a couple of teaspoons of regular instant coffee. Heck, they can even be made with decaf instant coffee if you’re watching your caffeine intake. Either way, this is a ridiculously satisfying way to make it through those steamy summer evenings and is definitely a recipe you should make ASAP.

Adaptogenic Mushroom Coffee Popsicles

Featuring Four Sigmatic Mushroom Coffee with Cordyceps and Chaga, these vegan popsicles are sure to keep you cool in the dog days of summer.

Course Dessert, Snack
Keyword adaptogens, coconut, coffee, popsicles, vegan
Prep Time 15 minutes
Freeze Time 3 hours
Servings 6 popsicles
Author Megan - Minding My Soul

Ingredients

  • 1 can full fat coconut milk or coconut cream
  • 2 packets Four Sigmatic mushroom coffee or 2 tsp instant coffee
  • 1 tsp vanilla
  • 1 tsp raw cacao powder
  • 1/2 tbsp pure maple syrup

Instructions

  1. In a large batter bowl, combine the coconut milk, vanilla and maple syrup.

  2. Beat mixture for 1-2 minutes with an electric mixer.

  3. Pour 1/3 of cream into a separate, smaller batter bowl.

  4. In the remaining 2/3, add the cacao and Four Sigmatic coffee, and beat until thoroughly combined, about 2 minutes.
  5. Alternate adding the vanilla and coffee cream mixtures into your popsicle molds until they are filled.
  6. Lightly swirl the mixes together then add the popsicle sticks accordingly and place in the freezer.
  7. Let the popsicles set in the freezer for 4 hours before serving.

As always I love to know what you think and sincerely appreciate you taking the time to read my recipes. If you make these tasty pops, be sure to snap a pic and share to instagram tagging @mindingmysoul and #mindingmysouleats so I can share and show the love!

Bye for now!

Disclaimer: these recipe was a paid partnership with Four Sigmatic.

Posted in Paleo, Snacks, Sweets and Treats, Vegan, Vegetarian, Wholesome Recipes

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