Iced coffee is a tasty beverage that is delicious and satisfying. This ice-cold beverage can be enjoyed at any time of the day & it is so easy to make!
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Having a cup at any time of the day is always a good idea; however, on humid days, you do not want a hot beverage so much and just want a nice cold drink to enjoy. So how about enjoying a glass of iced coffee at home?! Learning how to make ice coffee is so simple & all you need is coffee that is leftover from your morning brew.
I have tried several places that serve ice coffee & there are a few that are pretty tasty. However, that can get expensive, so why not make your own!
When I am finished having my morning coffee, I always have some leftovers. So, what I will do I will take the leftover brewed coffee & store it in a mason jar to refrigerate it for a couple of hours. Then, when I want some iced coffee, I will prepare some with this easy recipe I have listed below for you!
What you need to make Ice Coffee
- 8 oz of coffee
- ice cubes
- The desired amount of milk (I used Almond Breeze Vanilla almond)
- Top off to the top of the mason jar with your favorite choice of drizzle.
Directions for making Ice Coffee
Add about a cup of ice cubes 16oz mason jar or glass, add brewed coffee, then add your choice of drizzle. Stir to blend well, then top it off with your choice of milk and enjoy!
How long can coffee stay fresh in the refrigerator?
Ice Coffee will stay fresh for up to a week.
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