Cold Coffee Recipes / cold coffee recipe CTS12

  

Caramel Cinnamon Bang – The tang of cinnamon married to a caramel delight.

 Add the cinnamon before brewing to give this recipe spicy touch. You’ll need to stir well to blend in the caramel syrup.

Ingredients:

6 tbs ground coffee

1/2 tsp cinnamon

1/2 cup caramel dessert syrup

Preparation:

Mix the cinnamon into your loose ground coffee and then brew a pot of coffee by whatever method you prefer. Add the caramel syrup to the cinnamon-spiced coffee, and stir well until completely dissolved. Chill through in the fridge, and serve over ice cubes, with added milk or sugar to taste. The syrup makes this iced coffee pretty sweet as it is.

Espresso Chiller – An iced coffee drink, you don’t need an espresso machine.

You can make this drink in seconds. Who wants to wait on a hot summer day anyway?

Ingredients:

2 tbs instant coffee

3/4 cup cold water

1 cup ice cubes

2 tbs sugar

Preparation:

Combine everything in a blender, and blend until smooth. Serves 2

 Coffee Coke Floater – Yikes, double the caffeine so you better hang on!

A Coke float with coffee ice cream is the perfect summer treat for us coffee-lovers. The extra cream smooths out the bite of the cola.

Ingredients:

2/3 cup light cream

2 1/2 cups strong coffee

4 scoops coffee ice cream

1 bottle of Coke

Preparation:

Mix the cream and coffee, pour into 4 glasses (half full). Add a scoop of ice cream to each, then top off with coke. Serves 4

 Coffee Soda Train – An interesting mix of rich creaminess and bubbly fizz.

Kind of like a typical ice cream float, but with a few added touches of coffee and cream.

Ingredients:

3 cups strong coffee, chilled

1 cup half & half

4 scoops coffee ice cream

3/4 cup club soda

1 tbs sugar

Whipped cream

Preparation:

Mix coffee, sugar and half & half. Fill 4 tall glasses about halfway. Add 1 scoop of ice cream to each, then fill up with soda. Top with whipped cream. Serves 4

 Coffee Latte Thckster – A thick and chilly delight, flavored with coffee and chocolate.

This coffee shake is a thick and chilly delight, flavored with coffee and chocolate. The trick to making it thick, is the instant chocolate pudding mix.

Ingredients:

1 cup coffee, strong and cold

1 cup cold milk

10 ice cubes

1/3 pkg of instant pudding mix (chocolate)

2 tbs cocoa powder

Hazelnut creamer, to taste

Sugar, to taste

Preparation:

Combine everything in a blender, and blend until ice is crushed and shake is thick.

 Sweet Coffee Noggin – A delicious chilled egg nog with coffee combination.

If you love egg nog, then this coffee variety should be perfect for you. There’s plenty of coffee too, not just a hint. Be aware there are raw eggs in this recipe.

Ingredients:

4 eggs

4 tbs sugar

1 pint milk, cold

1 pint coffee, cold

Nutmeg

Preparation:

Beat eggs and sugar together, then whisk in coffee and milk. Serve in eggnog in chilled glasses with a sprinkling of nutmeg. Serves 4

 Chocoholic Surprise – A glorious mix of silky smooth chocolate, malt and coffee.

The perfect chocolate indulgence that’s not quite as heavy as a milk shake, but is still chilly and creamy and devine.

Ingredients:

6 tsp instant coffee

2 tsp malt powder

3 tsp cocoa powder

1 tbs chocolate ice cream

milk

Preparation:

Put the powders in the bottom of a tall glass. Add a little boiling water, just enough to turn the powders into a thick paste. Fill the rest of the glass with milk, then mix in the ice cream. Serves 1

 Frosty Misty Shake  – More of a dessert than a drink, thicker than a milkshake.

Well, you sure can’t be beat for a summer time treat, especially if you have some place to sit in the shade.

Ingredients:

1 cup coffee

1/4 cup sugar

1/4 cup brown sugar

1/2 tsp almond extract

Preparation:

Dissolve sugars in coffee while it is hot. Let cool, and add almond. Pour into a metal tray and freeze until nearly solid. Beat well, then freeze again until it reaches a sherbet texture. Serve topped with whipped cream. Serves 4

 Iced Cafe Au Paris – A simple iced coffee recipe, heavy on the milk and smooooth.

This is a quick iced coffee recipe is very handy in the summer. No reason to go without your coffee just because the heat is up. Imagine you’re in Paris, the sounds, the culture, the language, the sights, and the smells.

Ingredients:

2 1/4 cups coffee, cold

2 cups milk

2 cups crushed ice

Preparation:

Blend all ingredients until frothy. Serve over ice.

 Honey Iced Hive – A creamy iced coffee, naturally sweetened with honey.

Nothing says summer like the taste of fresh honey. This recipes is only lightly flavored with coffee, so it’s not too overpowering.

Ingredients:

2 tbs instant coffee

1/4 cup boiling water

1/4 cup honey

3/4 cup cold water

1 quart milk

1 cup ice cubes

Preparation:

Dissolve the instant coffee in hot water. Stir in honey and mix well. Add cold water, and pour over ice in glasses. Top of with milk. Serves 4

Raspberry Choco Cappuccino – A light iced cappuccino & bright raspberry taste.

Ok, it’s not a true cappuccino, but you could also make this recipe with espresso if you preferred.

Ingredients:

1/2 oz chocolate syrup

1/2 oz raspberry syrup

1/2 cup strong coffee, chilled

1 cup milk

Preparation:

Pour the chocolate and raspberry syrups into the coffee and stir well, to dissolve the syrups. Mix in milk. Pour over ice cubes and serve.

If you find that the syrups don’t blend in the cold coffee, try using hot coffee to start and then chill after mixing.

Iced Cappuccino Racer – A frothy, iced cappuccino drink using instant coffee cyrstals.

Here is the recipe to start with if you are just starting to experiment with gourmet coffee drinks. Great for that beginner barista.

Ingredients:

1 tsp instant coffee crystals

4 tbs heavy cream

1 tsp vanilla

4 ice cubes

3/4 cup water

2 tsp sugar

Preparation:

Combine everything in a blender, and blend until smooth and frothy. Serves 1

Cafe Le Lemon – A tangy citrus unusual blend of delicious coffee and lemons.

Orange isn’t the only citrus that goes well with coffee. Lemon is particularly crisp for an iced coffee.

Ingredients:

1/4 cup coffee

2 oz lemon sherbet

1/2 tsp lemon juice

1 tsp grated lemon rind

1 tsp sugar

Preparation:

Combine everything and blend until smooth. Serve in a chilled glass.

City Market Cruncher – A crunchy coffee milkshake with fruit, nuts and espresso.

An amazing blend of espresso coffee, various fruit, nuts and even more to delight your senses and settle your hungry tummy.

Ingredients:

2 shots espresso, 1 hot and 1 cold

2/3 cup frozen yogurt, vanilla

1 banana

1/4 cup coconut cream

3 tsp brown sugar

2 tbs peanut butter, crunchy

1-5 strips of dried mango, chopped

2 Brazil nuts, chopped

1/2 tsp coconut, shredded

Preparation:

Mix the brown sugar into the hot shot of espresso, and let cool. Blend everything except fruit and nuts, in a blender until smooth. Stir in the chopped mango and nuts. Top with coconut. Serves 1 

Oriental Chai Zowie – A very smooth recipe for an iced chai with a hint of almonds.

The spiciness of chai isn’t only for tea, you know. It’s a simple blend that won’t take you forever to put together. Spice up your coffee today.

Ingredients:

2 tsp cardamom, ground

4 tbs sugar

4 tbs heavy cream

1 tsp almond extract

Preparation:

Use your favorite brewing method to make 4 cups of coffee, mixing the ground cardamom in with the grounds first. Add sugar and almond to the hot coffee, and mix until dissolved. Let cool. Half-fill 4 tall glasses with crushed ice, then fill up with chilled coffee. Add a spoonful of cream to each, just before serving. Serves 4

  

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