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Iced Coffee Recipe?

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Cello4 Sat 28-Jul-18 15:08:35

Please share how you make Iced Coffee?


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Charley50 Sat 28-Jul-18 15:10:29

Make black coffee, add brown sugar and stir, if you like it sweet. Let it cool, out in fridge for a while. Then add milk and ice when ready to drink it. You need to make it a couple of hours before you're going to drink it.

thereinmadnesslies Sat 28-Jul-18 15:13:37

We use a cold brew coffee jug like this one
Put 80g ground coffee in the filter section, fill the jug with cold water and leave for 12-18 hours to brew. Then serve over ice with milk.

magpie24 Sat 28-Jul-18 15:23:32

If you have a coffee machine, make a shot of espresso and then top up with ice and whole milk for an iced latte.

Cello4 Sat 28-Jul-18 15:37:22

Wow, amazing how the recipes can differ - many thanks.

Also appreciate the link to the coffee machine.

Can you also add ice-cream to these recipes?


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magpie24 Sat 28-Jul-18 16:17:24

We have this one and it's great:

You could definitely add ice cream. You could then blend it with ice to make a Frappuccino style drink.

I like it simple though with just espresso, milk and ice.

falconrising Sat 28-Jul-18 18:19:40

Freeze a cup worth of milk (any type will do, skimmed, whole, almond, soya) in an ice cube tray, or a wide and flat container. When frozen, pop out into a blender, add a tsp of coffee powder, or a shot(espresso) of coffee from a coffee machine . Add in stevia drops or sugar if wanted and blend. I make this a lot. Yum!

RemusLupinsBiggestGroupie Sat 28-Jul-18 18:21:43

I like this spectacularly simple one:

Boil kettle. Put a teaspoon and a half of instant coffee in a glass. Add about half an inch of boiling water - just enough to be able to dissolve the coffee. Add half milk and half iced water, plus a spoonful of vanilla or coffee icecream.

RemusLupinsBiggestGroupie Sat 28-Jul-18 18:22:03

Nice with a glug of Baileys in it too!

ThisIsHistory Mon 30-Jul-18 01:43:21

Coffee, milk, ice and condensed milk in a blender.

SpareASquare Mon 30-Jul-18 01:46:28

I use this one.

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