Coconut Banana Frozen Coffee

This Coconut Banana Frozen Coffee is the perfect way to wake up and get your day started. Enjoy your coffee and a smoothie all in one!

Coconut Banana Frozen Coffee | Belle of the Kitchen

What helps you wake up in the morning? Are you a coffee drinker? Tea drinker? Juicer? I definitely love love my morning coffee, but I also adore a good smoothie, since they’re so refreshing and nutritious. I decided to try combining my love of iced coffee and smoothies, and the result was delicious!

Coconut Banana Frozen Coffee | Belle of the Kitchen

I made this with coconut milk, but I also think it would be great with the coconut/almond milk combo. This is one of my own creations that I came up with after playing around with our new Nespresso machine. It was a totally AWESOME purchase all thanks to my husband. We love it, and I use it to make iced coffees at home all the time now. But you can definitely make this with instant espresso or just with strongly brewed coffee!

Coconut Banana Frozen Coffee | Belle of the Kitchen

We are currently on vacation right now, so this post is coming to you directly from the Big Island! It’s our first time island hopping, and we are really enjoying our trip so far. My son has been so excited about seeing the volcanoes. Yesterday we went on a hike in Volcanoes National Park and got to walk right on top of an old lava lake on the Kilauea Iki Trail. It was really cool being down in the crater and we even got to see where it is still steaming! It was a super fun experience. Tomorrow we’re going to see a few waterfalls, a black sand beach, plus a coffee tour! Might have to bring some back to use for this Frozen Coffee. :)

Hiking through the rain forest at Volcanoes National Park!

Hiking through the rain forest at Volcanoes National Park!

Just a little picture of us from our hike yesterday. I know my son looks a little miserable (haha!) but I swear he wasn’t! He’s not always a fan of the camera. ;)

Talk to y’all again when we return to our home island!

Coconut Banana Frozen Coffee


  • 1/2 sliced and frozen banana
  • 1/2 cup coconut milk
  • 1/4 cup espresso, or strong brewed coffee (I used my Nespresso machine)
  • 1 TB sweetened flaked coconut
  • 2 tsp. vanilla flavored syrup, optional (like the kind by Torani)
  • 3-5 ice cubes


  1. Place all ingredients in blender and blend until smooth. The vanilla syrup is totally optional. It does add another little hint of flavor, but it tastes great either way.
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  1. says

    Great recipe. I made a smoothie for breakfast already with frozen banana, coconut milk, peanut butter and cocoa powder… then drink black coffee of the side. This is a great switch-up, to combine both :) Pinned!

    • Ashlyn says

      That sounds so good with the peanut butter and cocoa powder! Definitely my kind of smoothie. :) Thank you so much, Jill!

  2. says

    This sounds so refreshing and delicious. I LOVE coconut and banana and those are usually the flavors I crave at the ice cream shop. So happy to be able to make one at home! Pinned!

  3. says

    Love coffee, any kind, hot or cold, just love coffee! This looks amazing! Happy vacation, hope its a great one! You have a beautiful family! :-)

  4. says

    This sounds delicious! My daughter loves smoothies and coffee…I have a feeling that this will be a perfect pick-me-up for her to start her day with! So glad you were able to join us at Foodie Fridays and I hope you are enjoying your trip too!

  5. says

    I found this lovely recipe on the Saturday Night Fever link party and thought I’d stop by. I am currently doing a call out for no-bake recipes on my recipe link party, The Yuck Stops Here and would love it if you would bring this recipe and any of your other no-bake favorites to the party! The party starts tonight (Tuesday) at 8pm ET and can be found on my blog, Hot Momma’s Kitchen Chaos. I hope to see you there! HUGS


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