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How to Make Iced Coffee at Home Recipe
Making iced coffee at home is absolutely one of the easiest recipes. Also, it costs much less and you can get a better size portion to your liking. I love cooking and sharing, but am not use to writing it down and measuring everything. I kinda shoot from the hip when I cook, so bare with me while I learn to commit all of this to where you can replicate it. Leave comments or tips to help make this transition easier, especially if you are a food blogger. All though any blogger that is a “doer” not a “document-er” as you go, I am sure that you can offer up some great suggestions.
How to Make Iced Coffee at Home
Iced Coffee Recipe:
- 3/4 Leftover coffee If you are Keurig only. Make an extra cup in the morning and stick in the fridge for later or make at night for iced coffee for morning time. Make a couple extra cups. Refrigerate one and freeze one in your favorite cup; where its half way assembled.
- 1/4 Half and half Healthy version are Almond / Coconut / Cashew milk
- 2-3 tsp Flavored coffee syrup - I use Sugar Free I like vanilla, but they make a lot of different flavors of this.
- 4-6 cubes Ice Coffee ice cubes will keep you from having a watered down taste.
Making the Iced Coffee Magic:
Get you a glass of your liking. I use a 24oz. Tervis.
Fill it about half way up with ice/coffee cubes.
Put in the syrup. Depends on how sweet you like yours. I do not like mine real sweet, so I use 2.
Pour the glass about ¾ full of coffee and then fill the rest of the way with the half and half or your choice.
Stir it up and then enjoy!
I make these all the time during the hot summer months down south. They are very refreshing.
I have learned it’s just crazy to pay what these cost when you purchase them out. You could even do this with your left overs at the office if there’s access to a Fridge/Freezer. By some chance there’s not one, get a great insulated cup (Yeti, Artic, Ozark Trails type) stick your coffee cubes in it; add cream & flavor of choice. These cups will keep cold until your ready later in the day. [I recommend you not leaving it out in the heat though.] Let morning office coffee cool, then add it for an afternoon caffeine fix. If available just refrigerate it and make something super refreshing and tasty. Maybe this will inspire you to not throw out the left over cup of java and I’ve shown you it’s super easy & how you can make iced coffee at home.
Hey everyone. Just a little bit to let you know who I am. Lived in Central Arkansas my whole life. So I am truly a southern guy. Been married for 23 years to the same wonderful wife. We have 2 great kids and one fantastic grand daughter. I love to grill, bake, and cook. Red wine and beer are a passion. Very near and dear to my heart, right next to Jesus. Guess you can’t be a true southern guy and not love beer. We love to entertain family and friends. I hope you will enjoy my post and try some of my recipes.