Cold coffee recipe
I’m not much of a coffee drinker. No sirree. No caffeine needed.
My body is hard-wired to have an abundance of natural energy from the moment I wake up.
I guess I’m lucky that way. I do love the flavor of coffee though…
coffee candies and coffee ice cream and even those foo foo frozen coffee
drinks that contain your total allotted calorie consumption in just a dozen sips.
HOW DO YOU MAKE ICED COFFEE?
You’ll need a tall glass and a spoon long enough to reach the bottom of that glass
Fill that glass full to the rim with ice. If you really want to get serious about your iced coffee,
you can make ice cubes out of coffee too. Then you won’t get that “watered-down” effect.
And if you’re into that flavored sort of coffee then go for it.
Pour room temperature (or chilled) coffee into the glass
Fill it almost to the top.
Pour in the white stuff. Here’s where you get to make a big decision.
Do you want to go all out and make this a decadent treat?
If so, then add cream or half & half. If you want to go a little lighter,
use whole milk or fat-free half & half. And lighter still, use nonfat milk.
Take a moment to watch the swirls sink to the bottom and mix in with the coffee.
It’s a magical moment. 🙂
Add a couple spoonfuls of sugar (if you like sweet)…
or whatever sort of sweetener you usually add to your coffee.
In the recipe notes below,
I share how to make sugary simple syrup in case you prefer to use that instead of granulated white sugar.
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