Eats // A short-cut recipe for iced coffee.

01/14/13

a simple iced coffee recipe in less than 5 minutes

Can I confide in you a little secret? I actually go to sleep excited for breakfast the next morning, particularly coffee. My beloved morning coffee is hands down my addiction of choice, but sometimes I get tired of hot coffee (especially living in Houston). On the flip-side, I’m not a exactly a morning person either, sooo to make a long story short(er) I’ve fallen in love with this simple iced-coffee recipe… fair warning, though, this post may not be for the coffee-snobs out there.

a simple iced coffee recipe in less than 5 minutes

Ingredients:

  • 3 tsp. instant coffee
  • 1 cup of milk (or use cream, your choice)
  • 2 tsp. flavored syrup (I used sugar-free vanilla)
  • 3 tsbp. warm water
  • Ice

a simple iced coffee recipe in less than 5 minutes

Combine the warm water and instant coffee in your cup, and stir really well. I like my coffee strong so I use 3 teaspoons of the coffee grounds, but two will work. Add in your flavored syrup, milk, and ice and stir once more, than you’re good to go!

a simple iced coffee recipe in less than 5 minutes

a simple iced coffee recipe in less than 5 minutes

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20 thoughts on “Eats // A short-cut recipe for iced coffee.

  1. jet

    yummy, this looks delious, but… i think for now too cold.LOL
    Here is laying a snow outside sooo i think i will try this out in the summer time.
    but… thank you for the sharing of your recipe.

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  2. Meghan

    Totally feel ya on the excitement for breakfast. It’s my favorite meal of the day and I can never understand when people say they skip it. I would be so grumpy.

    Reply
    1. Ashley Post author

      Kari, you don’t need sugar-free anything ;)

      Also, are you coming to the Ikea event Saturday? If not, I’m doing a Valentine’s event at Langford again the first week of Feb, so maybe you, Avni, and I can grab something to eat before or after :)

      Reply
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