31 Pops of August

Bangkok Popsicles

bangkok popsicles

What better way to cool off in the hot weather than with a juicy, ice-cold popsicle? Nazanin from Tea Thoughts used a flavorful green tea to create these light and refreshing treats. The tea has summery flavors, like green tea, ginger, coconut, and vanilla, that make these popsicles so pleasant and tasty.


Bangkok Popsicles

By Tea Thoughts

Makes 8 popsicles


  • Your favorite flavorful green tea
  • 6 cups water
  • 20-30 cardamom pods
  • honey (optional for sweetening)


Boil 6 cups of water. While water is boiling, separate the seeds from the cardamom pods and slightly crush them. Don't worry if there are large pieces because they will be strained out. 

Mix together the tea blend and the cardamom seeds. Add the boiling water to the tea and cardamom and steep for 5-6 minutes. You can steep longer for stronger tea, but it may become bitter. 

While still hot, add in your desired amount of honey if you want the popsicles to be sweet. Strain and let the tea cool. Pour cooled tea into popsicle molds and freeze. Serve the popsicles when they are completely frozen. Enjoy!