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This is the best homemade iced coffee ever. It is refreshing, easy to make and budget friendly!
My first iced coffee was given to me by my Aunt and it was divine! I can never forget the heavenly taste, In fact, that was what made me fall in love with the Douwe Egbert coffee brand. If you have been buying coffee from cafes or have been making yours hot, I bet you would be converted to my homemade iced coffee. If you now want to take your coffee a notch further, add your favourite chocolate drink to it and you would be in heaven.
Coffee and chocolate are match-made in heaven and it is called mocha. I love good coffee, whether it’s instant or filtered but I recently fell in love with tea too. Any time I go out to coffee shops, I always end up buying iced mocha or iced frapaccino. My homemade iced coffee is made with 3 ready-made ingredients that can be found in your pantry especially if you are a lover of coffee. I’m sure this iced coffee recipe would change your opinion of hot coffee forever. Make the experience count, swap the milk used in making this recipe with my homemade vanilla coffee creamer.
2 cups of whole milk (substitute with non-dairy or low-fat milk)
2-3 tbsp of good quality instant coffee
4 tbsp instant chocolate drink (I used Milo)
Plenty of ice cubes
How to make homemade Iced Coffee
To a cup/glass add coffee, milo (chocolate drink), sugar then add a little warm water to form a syrup
Follow by the milk, add it to a blender and blend for about a minute or two on high speed
Add ice to an empty clean cups/glass
Add the chocolate syrup to the cup, pour the blended milk and mix together
And there you have it, the best homemade iced coffee/mocha ever. Serve immediately
You are on your way to skipping your daily coffee shop queue.
Enjoy your Iced coffee with a side of popcorn, Starbucks/Costa Coffee has got nothing on this. Simplicity at its best
Homemade Iced Coffee
- 2 cups of milk
- 2-3 tbsp of good quality instant coffee
- 4 tbsp instant chocolate drink I used Milo
- Sugar optional
- vanilla extract
- Plenty ice cubes
- To a cup/glass add coffee, milo (chocolate drink), sugar then add a little warm water to form a syrup
- Add milk to a blender and blend for about a minute or two on high speed
- Add ice to an empty clean cups/glass
- Add the chocolate syrup to the cup, pour the blended milk and mix together. Serve immediately
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