Here are a few tasty recipes for iced and frozen coffees
If you enjoy the taste of coffee and can't get enough of that rich dark aroma, then you'll certainly enjoy these refreshing recipes. You can even use leftover coffee for some of these.
Chocolate Iced Coffee
8 oz. whipping cream
Whip 4 ounces cream to soft peaks. Combine the remaining 4 ounces with syrup, sugar, and cinnamon. Add coffee and stir until the sugar has dissolved.
Fill 4 glasses (highball size) with ice and add coffee blend. Spoon on whipped cream and extra cinnamon sprinkles.
Iced Coffee 1
2 cups double strong
coffee or espresso
Simmer coffee, sugar, and cinnamon over medium heat until sugar has dissolved. Place in metal bowl and place in freezer. Every 45 minutes - for 5 hours - stir to mix outer and middle areas. Remove from bowl with a fork, scraping to break up the texture. Makes 4 eight-ounce servings.
Iced Coffee 2
6 ice cubes
In blender, place ice cubes and process into shavings. Transfer to a tall glass. In blender, mix coffee and condensed milk at high speed until frothy. Pour over ice and serve with spoon. Single serving.
3 cups chilled strong
Combine coffee and
sugar first. Add half-and-half. Fill 4 tall glasses halfway with the
coffee mixture. Add a scoop of ice cream. Fill remainder with club soda.
Add garnish and serve. Serves 4.
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