How To Make Iced Coffee At Home

With Starbucks and Caribou popping up on many corners, our national love for coffee is steadily increasing. While I agree their offer amazingly tasty treats, this can sometimes spell budget disaster if you are not careful. A cup of joe from one of these suppliers can easily run you $4-$5 per visit. So stopping by to grab a quick coffee three times a week can cost around $60 a month and more than $700 a year. Wow, that is nearly a mini-vacation!

Making your own iced coffee at home is both easy and costs way less than buying out. Using the simple recipe below, you can create a mix that works for you.

How To Make Iced Coffee

Simple Iced Coffee

*Makes 2 servings.

Ingredients:

  • 2 C. cold coffee
  • coffee ice cubes
  • milk or coffee creamer

Directions

  1. Make a few cups of coffee a head of time and freeze into ice cubes. These are good to have on hand whenever you want iced coffee and they won’t water your drink down.
  2. Next, make and chill 2 cups of coffee (2 k-cups for you Keurig owners).
  3. Pour the chilled coffee into an 8 oz. glass or mug.
  4. Add a few coffee ice cubes to keep it chilled.
  5. Next, add milk or creamer (of your choice).
  6. Enjoy
How To Make Iced Coffee At Home
Recipe Type: Drinks
Cuisine: American
Author: Teri “Iowa Mom”
Serves: 2
Ingredients
  • 2 cups cold coffee
  • coffee ice cubes
  • milk or coffee creamer
Instructions
  1. Make a few cups of coffee a head of time and freeze into ice cubes. These are awesome to have on hand whenever you want iced coffee and they won’t water your drink down.
  2. Next, make and chill 2 cups of coffee (2 k-cups for you Keurig owners).
  3. Pour the chilled coffee into an 8 oz. glass or mug.
  4. Add a few coffee ice cubes to keep it chilled.
  5. Next, add milk or creamer (of your choice).
  6. Enjoy

 

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Mrs. Hatland is a 30-something married, mom of 7 and the face behind the popular online publication, Motherhood Defined. Known as the Iowa Mom blogger by her local peers and “The Fairy Blogmother” worldwide. She has professional experience in working closely with clients on brand ambassadorships, client outreach services, content creation and creative social media advertising exposure.

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