How to Make an Iced Cappuccino / CTS35

  

Iced Cappuccino Recipe

 When you want a delicious cold beverage, make an iced cappuccino. This creamy satisfying beverage tastes so good it’s like having a special dessert. You can buy an iced cappuccino out but it always tastes better when you make it yourself at home.

Things You’ll Need:

 •Ice cubes or crushed ice

•Milk or cream

•Espresso – if desired

•Instant coffee powder or crystals

•Chocolate syrup

•Sugar

 Instructions

 Step 1

Place ice cubes into a blender and blend until the blender crushes them. Use a food processor if you don’t have a blender

Step 2

Add the milk, instant coffee, chocolate syrup, sugar and espresso into the blender; or if you prefer, replace the milk with ice cream or frozen yogurt for a very creamy iced cappuccino. Use fat-free ice cream or frozen yogurt if you’re counting calories.

Step 3

Blend everything until it is smooth, creamy and has a pleasant froth on top.

Step 4

Pour the cappuccino into a tall glass.

Step 5

Top with whipped cream, chocolate sprinkles or cherries, and enjoy a refreshing drink that didn’t cost you a bundle.

Tips & Warnings

 – Experiment with adding your own special ingredients, such as a flavored creamer, cinnamon or flavored syrup, such as raspberry, to your cappuccino to make it really your own special treat. Check the Hershey’s Kitchen for great iced cappuccino ideas. (See resources for link.).

– Give your cappuccino more flavor-make ice cubes from cold coffee and use them in your iced cappuccino.

– Substitute a cup of pre-made coffee for the instant coffee powder.

– Make sure to leave room in the blender for the mixture to foam.

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