14 Specialty Coffee Drinks

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Specialty coffee drinks can be right at home by making your own syrups and using spices to flavor your coffee.

All of these unique coffee drinks can be made using espresso or freshly brewed coffee.

Try making your own custom special coffee drinks using a few of these incredible flavorings.

Pumpkin Spice Latte

Pumpkin spice latte is made by heating milk in a saucepan over medium heat.

Pumpkin puree, pumpkin spice, vanilla extract, and sugar are added to create the base of the latte.

To prepare your latte, add strong coffee or a couple shots of espresso to a coffee cup. Slowly add milk until you’re happy with the taste. If you only want a hint of coffee, go with about 1/4-1/3 cup of coffee in your mug, and fill the rest with pumpkin spiced milk.

You can enjoy your fall latte with a bit of whipped cream, and a sprinkle of cinnamon on top.

Specialty Coffee Drinks

Salted Caramel Latte

Salted caramel latte is made by heating milk in a saucepan over medium heat. Add salted caramel sauce and cocoa powder to the milk.

Once the milk comes almost to a boil, remove it from the heat. Your milk is ready to be added to fresh coffee or espresso.

Garnish this creamy fall latte with some whipped cream drizzled with salted caramel sauce.

Cardamom Latte

Cardamom latte is made by adding a little bit of cardamom spice and honey to your freshly brewed coffee or espresso.

Add your favorite steamed warm milk to create this unique fall latte to enjoy.

You could also add cocoa powder, vanilla extract or a bit of sugar to enhance the flavor of your cardamom latte.

Maple Cinnamon Latte

Maple cinnamon latte has a hint of sweet maple combined with cinnamon spice is one of the most tantalizing fall lattes you can taste.

Maple cinnamon latte is made by adding maple syrup, cinnamon spice, and vanilla extract to espresso or brewed coffee.

Add freshly steamed or warmed milk to the rest of your coffee mug and enjoy this incredible fall flavored latte!

Peppermint Mocha Latte

Peppermint mocha latte is made by heating milk, cocoa powder and sugar in a saucepan. The sugar and cocoa powder will dissolve into the milk to create the chocolatey base of your mocha.

Remove the hot chocolate base from the heat and stir in a little vanilla extract and peppermint extract.

Add espresso or freshly brewed coffee and mix thoroughly.

Garnish your winter latte with some whipped cream and crushed candy canes.

Maple Sea Salt Latte

Maple sea salt latte is a special sweet and salty fall latte.

Maple sea salt latte is made by adding sea salt and maple syrup to your freshly brewed coffee or espresso.

Fill the rest of your mug with warm steamed milk and enjoy this autumn flavored latte.

Specialty Coffee Drinks

Eggnog Latte

Eggnog latte is made by steaming eggnog or warming it up in the microwave or on the stove.

If you’re steaming the eggnog, add a little milk to it to thin it out so it’s easier to steam.

Pull 2 espresso shots or brew fresh coffee. Add your warmed eggnog to your coffee. You have the option of adding a little vanilla syrup for a sweet finish to your eggnog latte if desired.

Top your winter latte with whipped cream and a sprinkle of nutmeg or cinnamon.

Apple Spice Latte

Apple spice latte is the perfect fall latte to sip on a cold evening.

Apple spice latte is made by making an apple syrup.

To make the apple syrup, combine apple juice, water, apple pie spice (cinnamon, ground nutmeg, allspice, cloves and ginger), and brown sugar over medium heat in a saucepan. Let the mixture thicken over the next 5-10 minutes until it’s a syrup-like consistency.

Add about 4 tbsp of your apple spice syrup to your freshly brewed coffee or espresso.

Add warmed steam milk to make it a bit more of a creamy texture.

Top with whipped cream and a sprinkle of apple pie spice.

Gingerbread Latte

To make your own gingerbread latte, you need to make your own gingerbread syrup. Gingerbread syrup can be made with a sugar syrup base (water and sugar), a few spices, and molasses.

Assemble your gingerbread latte by pulling a few shots of espresso or freshly brewed coffee into a mug.

Mix in a couple pumps of gingerbread syrup.

Pour in your steamed milk and mix together for your gingerbread latte.

Add whipped cream and little drizzle of gingerbread syrup.

Chai Tea Latte

Chai tea latte is made by creating a chai concentrate in a saucepan over medium heat. To make the chai concentrate, Assam tea is used as a base flavor. Assam tea is a black tea with cocoa, and earthy flavors.

To strengthen the chai flavor, herbs are added to the concentrate to infused the tea (cardamom, cinnamon, cloves, nutmeg, ginger, peppercorns).

The chai concentrate needs to have a sweet finish to it, so brown sugar is added along with the herbs.

Once the concentrate has finished brewing, a little vanilla extract is added.

The chai tea latte can now be prepared with a half and half mix of chai concentrate and hot, steamed milk for a flavorful fall latte. Top with whipped cream if desired.

Caramel Brulee Latte

Begin by making your own caramel by using the “dry method”. Add granulated sugar to a saucepan on low-medium heat and it will turn into balls of sugar. Keep mixing until it turns into a caramel sauce, it will eventually!

Once it’s reached an amber color, pour the caramel onto a silicone baking mat inside a baking pan. Let it cool to room temperature. Break apart the caramel pieces into small bite sized pieces.

Pull your espresso shots or hot coffee and place in a mug. Add your warm steamed milk to your coffee.

Pour in a few pumps of caramel sauce and a little vanilla extract. Mix together and top with whipped cream. Add your freshly made caramel brulee bits to the whipped cream and enjoy!

Chestnut Latte

Chestnut latte is made by first cooking chestnuts in water to soften the insides. Cut the chestnut in half and remove the insides.

Warm milk in a saucepan and add a bit of brown sugar. Remove it from the heat right before it boils and add vanilla extract.

Place the insides of the chestnuts in with the milk. The chestnuts will infuse the milk with their earthy flavor.

Blend the milk and chestnuts to incorporate them together in a smooth mixture.

Pull your espresso shots or freshly brewed coffee into a mug. Add your chestnut milk and enjoy!

Top with whipped cream and melted chocolate or chocolate shavings.

Apple Cider Caramel Latte

Apple cider caramel latte is made by heating milk with apple cider in a saucepan over medium heat.

Once the mixture is warmed, remove it from the heat source. Add a little vanilla extract.

Pull your espresso shots or freshly brewed coffee into a mug. Pour your apple cider milk into your mug.

Add salted caramel sauce and mix together to enjoy!

Irish Cream Latte

Irish cream latte is made by pulling a fresh shot of espresso or freshly brewed coffee in your favorite mug.

Add 1 shot of Irish cream to your espresso. Pour in steamed milk and mix together.

Garnish your Irish cream latte with whipped cream.

7 Hot Chocolate Flavors

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Hot chocolate is creamy and rich in flavor. But you can take your hot chocolate to the next level by adding a complimenting flavor to it.

You can make your own custom hot chocolate at home using these luscious hot chocolate flavors.

Gingerbread Hot Chocolate

Gingerbread hot chocolate is made by creating your own gingerbread syrup.

Gingerbread syrups is made by combining molasses and spices with a brown sugar syrup base.

The syrup will thicken from the molasses and become full of gingerbread flavor.

To make your hot chocolate, select dark, milk, or white chocolate to be added.

Add chocolate to your mug and pour warm steamed milk to melt the chocolate.

Keep stirring until all the chocolate is melted.

Pump a few tablespoons of gingerbread syrup in your mug and mix well to create your gingerbread hot chocolate.

Salted Caramel Hot Chocolate

Begin by making your own salted caramel sauce. Salted caramel sauce is one of the most flavorful sauces you’ll ever make.

The salt at the end gives the caramel sauce a salty finish, which makes it such a unique flavoring.

Combine a few ounces of dark and milk chocolate in your mug.

Add a spoonful of salted caramel sauce and pour in your warm milk. Let the milk melt the chocolate and stir until fully combined.

Top your salted caramel hot chocolate with whipped cream, and a drizzle of your salted caramel sauce.

Hot Chocolate Flavors

Orange Hot Chocolate

Orange hot chocolate is made by juicing oranges and placing their citrus flavor in a saucepan with milk.

The rind of the orange is also placed in the saucepan for even more flavor.

A few spices are added to create the cinnamon spice flavoring.

Add orange zest to the mixture along with cocoa powder to create your orange hot chocolate.

Remove the rind of the oranges, add a little sweetener like maple syrup and enjoy!

Hazelnut Hot Chocolate

Hazelnut hot chocolate is made by creating your own praline powder.

Hazelnuts are roasted and then their skins are removed. The hazelnuts are then cooked with sugar to create a caramel sauce coating them.

Transfer the caramel coated hazelnuts to a silicone baking mat and let it fully cool to room temperature.

Break up the caramel pieces and put it in a food processor. Blend until it resembles a powder.

Place a few ounces of dark chocolate in a saucepan with your milk. Add praline paste and cocoa powder. Mix until smooth.

Pour your hazelnut praline hot chocolate into your mug.

Top with whipped cream and chocolate shavings.

Hot Chocolate Flavors

Peppermint Hot Chocolate

Peppermint hot chocolate is made by placing peppermint syrup, milk, heavy cream, and chocolate into a saucepan over medium heat. Stir until the chocolate is fully melted.

You can add milk, dark, or white chocolate to the saucepan, depending on your preference.

Pour your peppermint hot chocolate into a mug and top with whipped cream and crushed candy canes.

Lavender Hot Chocolate

Lavender hot chocolate is made by adding culinary lavender to milk in a saucepan over medium heat. The lavender will infuse the milk with its floral notes.

Strain the lavender out of the saucepan after a few minutes and add in dark chocolate, maple syrup, and sea salt. Stir until the chocolate is fully melted.

Remove the lavender hot chocolate from the heat source and add in vanilla extract.

Pour your lavender hot chocolate into a mug and top with whipped cream if desired.

Pumpkin Hot Chocolate

Pumpkin hot chocolate is made by adding pumpkin puree, pumpkin spice to milk in a saucepan over medium heat.

Add white chocolate and mix until fully combined. Remove the hot chocolate from the heat source and stir in vanilla extract.

Pour pumpkin hot chocolate into a mug and top with whipped cream and a sprinkle of pumpkin spice.

7 Winter Latte Flavors

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Winter lattes are one of the most cherished memories of the holidays.

Winter latte flavors include some of your favorite creamy lattes like mochas, burnt caramel, and Irish cream.

Peppermint Mocha Latte

Peppermint mocha latte is made by heating milk, cocoa powder and sugar in a saucepan. The sugar and cocoa powder will dissolve into the milk to create the chocolatey base of your mocha.

Remove the hot chocolate base from the heat and stir in a little vanilla extract and peppermint extract.

Add espresso or freshly brewed coffee and mix thoroughly.

Garnish your winter latte with some whipped cream and crushed candy canes.

Winter Latte Flavors

Eggnog Latte

Eggnog latte is made by steaming eggnog or warming it up in the microwave or on the stove.

If you’re steaming the eggnog, add a little milk to it to thin it out so it’s easier to steam.

Pull 2 espresso shots or brew fresh coffee. Add your warmed eggnog to your coffee. You have the option of adding a little vanilla syrup for a sweet finish to your eggnog latte if desired.

Top your winter latte with whipped cream and a sprinkle of nutmeg or cinnamon.

Gingerbread Latte

To make your own gingerbread latte, you need to make your own gingerbread syrup. Gingerbread syrup can be made with a sugar syrup base (water and sugar), a few spices, and molasses.

Assemble your gingerbread latte by pulling a few shots of espresso or freshly brewed coffee into a mug.

Mix in a couple pumps of gingerbread syrup.

Pour in your steamed milk and mix together for your gingerbread latte.

Add whipped cream and little drizzle of gingerbread syrup.

Caramel Brulee Latte

Begin by making your own caramel by using the “dry method”. Add granulated sugar to a saucepan on low-medium heat and it will turn into balls of sugar. Keep mixing until it turns into a caramel sauce, it will eventually!

Once it’s reached an amber color, pour the caramel onto a silicone baking mat inside a baking pan. Let it cool to room temperature. Break apart the caramel pieces into small bite sized pieces.

Pull your espresso shots or hot coffee and place in a mug. Add your warm steamed milk to your coffee.

Pour in a few pumps of caramel sauce and a little vanilla extract. Mix together and top with whipped cream. Add your freshly made caramel brulee bits to the whipped cream and enjoy!

Chestnut Latte

Chestnut latte is made by first cooking chestnuts in water to soften the insides. Cut the chestnut in half and remove the insides.

Warm milk in a saucepan and add a bit of brown sugar. Remove it from the heat right before it boils and add vanilla extract.

Place the insides of the chestnuts in with the milk. The chestnuts will infuse the milk with their earthy flavor.

Blend the milk and chestnuts to incorporate them together in a smooth mixture.

Pull your espresso shots or freshly brewed coffee into a mug. Add your chestnut milk and enjoy!

Top with whipped cream and melted chocolate or chocolate shavings.

Apple Cider Caramel Latte

Apple cider caramel latte is made by heating milk with apple cider in a saucepan over medium heat.

Once the mixture is warmed, remove it from the heat source. Add a little vanilla extract.

Pull your espresso shots or freshly brewed coffee into a mug. Pour your apple cider milk into your mug.

Add salted caramel sauce and mix together to enjoy!

Winter Latte Flavors

Irish Cream Latte

Irish cream latte is made by pulling a fresh shot of espresso or freshly brewed coffee in your favorite mug.

Add 1 shot of Irish cream to your espresso. Pour in steamed milk and mix together.

Garnish your Irish cream latte with whipped cream.

10 Fall Drinks that are Non Alcoholic

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Fall is the perfect time of year to cozy up on the couch with your favorite fall non alcoholic beverage on a weeknight.

We’ve compiled a list of our favorite fall beverages for you to try out and enjoy right at home.

Pumpkin Pie Milkshake

Pumpkin pie milkshake is made by combing vanilla ice cream, a splash of milk, pumpkin puree and pumpkin pie spice in a blender and blend on high.

Pour into tall frosted glasses out of the freezer.

Top the fall drink with whipped cream and a dusting of graham cracker crumbs.

Pumpkin Spice Latte

Pumpkin spice latte is made by heating milk in a saucepan over medium heat.

Pumpkin puree, pumpkin spice, vanilla extract, and sugar are added to create the base of the latte.

To prepare your latte, add strong coffee or a couple shots of espresso to a coffee cup. Slowly add milk until you’re happy with the taste. If you only want a hint of coffee, go with about 1/4-1/3 cup of coffee in your mug, and fill the rest with pumpkin spiced milk.

You can enjoy your fall drink with a bit of whipped cream, and a sprinkle of cinnamon on top.

Fall Drinks Non Alcoholic

Apple Cider

Apple cider is made by combining chopped up apples and orange slices with a few liters of water in a saucepan.

The fruit is cooked with whole spices including: cloves, allspice, cinnamon sticks, and ginger. The mixture is cooked for ~2 hours, and then the fruit is mashed up in the saucepan to release more flavor.

Taste test until you get your apple cider to your own liking.

You can add a little maple syrup to sweeten the apple cider.

Once you’re happy with the flavor, pour it into a mug. Top the apple cider with whipped cream and caramel sauce if desired.

Salted Caramel Latte

Salted caramel latte is made by heating milk in a saucepan over medium heat. Add salted caramel sauce and cocoa powder to the milk.

Once the milk comes almost to a boil, remove it from the heat. Your milk is ready to be added to fresh coffee or espresso.

Garnish this creamy fall beverage with some whipped cream drizzled with salted caramel sauce.

Non Alcoholic fall drinks

Cranberry Apple Cider Punch

Cranberry apple cider punch is made by cooking cranberries with water in a saucepan until they burst with flavor. Let the cranberries cool to room temperature.

Combine the cranberries with ginger ale, lemon juice, and apple cider.

The tart cranberries with the sweet apple cider is a unique refreshing fall non alcoholic drink.

Chai Tea Latte

Chai tea latte is made by creating a chai concentrate in a saucepan over medium heat. To make the chai concentrate, Assam tea is used as a base flavor. Assam tea is a black tea with cocoa, and earthy flavors.

To strengthen the chai flavor, herbs are added to the concentrate to infused the tea (cardamom, cinnamon, cloves, nutmeg, ginger, peppercorns).

The chai concentrate needs to have a sweet finish to it, so brown sugar is added along with the herbs.

Once the concentrate has finished brewing, a little vanilla extract is added.

The chai tea latte can now be prepared with a half and half mix of chai concentrate and hot, steamed milk for a flavorful fall latte. Top with whipped cream if desired.

Salted Caramel Mocha

Salted caramel mocha is a sweet and salty fall beverage that you’ll love!

Salted caramel mocha is made by making hot chocolate with warm milk.

Leave 1/3 of the mug available to pour in your freshly brewed coffee.

Add caramel sauce and a little sea salt. Mix together until smooth.

Top your salted caramel mocha with whipping cream, caramel sauce and a sprinkle of brown sugar.

non alcoholic fall beverages

Maple Cinnamon Latte

Maple cinnamon latte has a hint of sweet maple combined with cinnamon spice is one of the most tantalizing fall lattes you can taste.

Maple cinnamon latte is made by adding maple syrup, cinnamon spice, and vanilla extract to espresso or brewed coffee.

Add freshly steamed or warmed milk to the rest of your coffee mug and enjoy this incredible fall drink!

Earl Grey Hot Chocolate

Earl grey hot chocolate is made by heating milk in a saucepan with a few chocolate chips or cocoa powder.

Add sugar and heat until the milk comes to a simmer.

Remove it from the heat source and add in vanilla extract and a couple of earl grey tea bags.

Let it steep for 4-5 minutes and enjoy!

Apple Spice Latte

Apple spice latte is the perfect fall latte to sip on a cold evening.

Apple spice latte is made by making an apple syrup.

To make the apple syrup, combine apple juice, water, apple pie spice (cinnamon, ground nutmeg, allspice, cloves and ginger), and brown sugar over medium heat in a saucepan. Let the mixture thicken over the next 5-10 minutes until it’s a syrup-like consistency.

Add about 4 tbsp of your apple spice syrup to your freshly brewed coffee or espresso.

Add warmed steam milk to make it a bit more of a creamy texture.

Top with whipped cream and a sprinkle of apple pie spice.

7 Fall Latte Flavors

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Fall lattes are full of maple, salted caramel, apple, and pumpkin flavors. Autumn is a time to indulge in your favorite spiced latte on a cold evening to warm up your shivering hands.

Here are our favorite fall lattes for you try out.

Pumpkin Spice Latte

Pumpkin spice latte is made by heating milk in a saucepan over medium heat.

Pumpkin puree, pumpkin spice, vanilla extract, and sugar are added to create the base of the latte.

To prepare your latte, add strong coffee or a couple shots of espresso to a coffee cup. Slowly add milk until you’re happy with the taste. If you only want a hint of coffee, go with about 1/4-1/3 cup of coffee in your mug, and fill the rest with pumpkin spiced milk.

You can enjoy your fall latte with a bit of whipped cream, and a sprinkle of cinnamon on top.

Salted Caramel Latte

Salted caramel latte is made by heating milk in a saucepan over medium heat. Add salted caramel sauce and cocoa powder to the milk.

Once the milk comes almost to a boil, remove it from the heat. Your milk is ready to be added to fresh coffee or espresso.

Garnish this creamy fall latte with some whipped cream drizzled with salted caramel sauce.

Fall Latte Flavors

Cardamom Latte

Cardamom latte is made by adding a little bit of cardamom spice and honey to your freshly brewed coffee or espresso.

Add your favorite steamed warm milk to create this unique fall latte to enjoy.

You could also add cocoa powder, vanilla extract or a bit of sugar to enhance the flavor of your cardamom latte.

Chai Tea Latte

Chai tea latte is made by creating a chai concentrate in a saucepan over medium heat. To make the chai concentrate, Assam tea is used as a base flavor. Assam tea is a black tea with cocoa, and earthy flavors.

To strengthen the chai flavor, herbs are added to the concentrate to infused the tea (cardamom, cinnamon, cloves, nutmeg, ginger, peppercorns).

The chai concentrate needs to have a sweet finish to it, so brown sugar is added along with the herbs.

Once the concentrate has finished brewing, a little vanilla extract is added.

The chai tea latte can now be prepared with a half and half mix of chai concentrate and hot, steamed milk for a flavorful fall latte. Top with whipped cream if desired.

Maple Cinnamon Latte

Maple cinnamon latte has a hint of sweet maple combined with cinnamon spice is one of the most tantalizing fall lattes you can taste.

Maple cinnamon latte is made by adding maple syrup, cinnamon spice, and vanilla extract to espresso or brewed coffee.

Add freshly steamed or warmed milk to the rest of your coffee mug and enjoy this incredible fall flavored latte!

Fall Latte Flavors

Apple Spice Latte

Apple spice latte is the perfect fall latte to sip on a cold evening.

Apple spice latte is made by making an apple syrup.

To make the apple syrup, combine apple juice, water, apple pie spice (cinnamon, ground nutmeg, allspice, cloves and ginger), and brown sugar over medium heat in a saucepan. Let the mixture thicken over the next 5-10 minutes until it’s a syrup-like consistency.

Add about 4 tbsp of your apple spice syrup to your freshly brewed coffee or espresso.

Add warmed steam milk to make it a bit more of a creamy texture.

Top with whipped cream and a sprinkle of apple pie spice.

Maple Sea Salt Latte

Maple sea salt latte is a special sweet and salty fall latte.

Maple sea salt latte is made by adding sea salt and maple syrup to your freshly brewed coffee or espresso.

Fill the rest of your mug with warm steamed milk and enjoy this autumn flavored latte.

Iced Coffee with Coconut Milk Recipe

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Iced coffee made with coconut milk is a simple recipe that you can make at home that tastes rich and creamy.

Coconut milk gives iced coffee a heavy consistency, which makes the beverage full bodied.

Coconut milk is thicker than using regular milk, it’s even thick enough to use as a whipped cream substitute.

Due to it’s lush makeup, coconut milk with coffee is one of the most satisfying iced coffee’s you can drink.

Iced Coffee with Coconut Milk Recipe

Does coconut milk taste good with coffee

Having a hint of coconut with coffee is the one of the best iced coffee flavors you can have.

Coconut milk is dairy free alternative to milk that is smooth and velvety in texture.

Coconut milk goes well with coffee flavor because coffee is a strong flavor, and it complimented by the thick and soft hint of coconut flavor.

Does coconut milk taste good with coffee

What is coconut milk flavor

Coconut milk flavor tastes like a creamy milk with nuts and a wood notes throughout.

Coconut milk flavor is full bodied and is thicker than regular milk. Coconut milk flavor is not overpowering, it only has a hint of coconut.

What is coconut milk flavor

Coconut Espresso Recipe

  • chilled coconut milk
  • 2 shots of espresso, or 1/4-1/2 cup of fresh coffee
  • ice cubes

To make your iced coffee with coconut milk recipe, begin by adding 3-4 ice cubes in a glass.

Pour your freshly brewed espresso or coffee over the ice cubes to immediately chill it down. You do not need to make coffee ahead of time, the fresher the better. Ice stops the coffee from aging, which makes your iced coffee have the freshest flavor possible.

Coconut milk separates in the fridge. The top portion of the coconut milk is the thick layer, whereas the water will sink to the bottom. It’s best to use the top portion as much as possible to make your coconut espresso recipe.

Skim the coconut milk at the top of a can using a spoon. Gently add more coconut milk to your iced coffee until you have your glass full.

At this point you can add any syrups that you like if you want your iced coconut milk latte to have any extra flavor. Vanilla syrup or caramel syrup go well with coconut milk iced lattes.

Mix your iced coconut milk drink well before serving to combine the coffee and milk into a light brown color.

Serve your iced coffee with coconut milk immediately after mixing and enjoy!

Iced Coffee with Coconut Milk Recipe

Cookies and Cream Iced Coffee Recipe

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Cookies and cream iced coffee is a self-indulgent recipe you’ll want to make for yourself since it’s both creamy and satisfying. Cookies and cream iced coffee is made with cookies and cream ice cream to thicken it. Ice cream works well for thickening iced coffees.

How to make iced coffee with hot coffee

One of the critical steps in making an iced coffee recipe is pouring the espresso or freshly made coffee over ice cubes immediately.

By pouring the hot coffee over the ice cubes right after making it, the coffee stays fresh and the flavor will come through well for your iced coffee.

Make sure to pour your hot coffee over your ice in a heat proof glass or bowl to make sure nothing will break. Cheap glass has the potential to shatter with extreme temperature changes.

Once you have your chilled coffee, put some ice cubes in a glass, and add your coffee. Fill the glass with your favorite type of milk and syrups. Mix well and serve immediately.

Cookies and Cream Iced Coffee Recipe

What garnish to use for iced coffee recipe

You can put whipped cream, crush Oreo cookies, cookie crumbs, sprinkles, or chocolate shavings on top of your iced coffee recipe as a garnish.

What garnish to use for iced coffee recipe

What if you don’t have cookies and cream ice cream for your iced coffee

If you don’t have cookies and cream ice cream for your iced coffee, you can substitute vanilla ice cream, and 1/8 cup of crumbed cookies or crushed Oreo cookies.

Cookies and Cream Iced Coffee Recipe

What are the ingredients in iced coffee

The ingredients for an iced coffee are: espresso or coffee, ice, and milk. For a more thick iced coffee, ice cream can be added to the iced coffee recipe and then it’s blended together.

What is the iced coffee ratio

The iced coffee ratio is 1/3-1/2 coffee to 3/4-1/2 of milk. If you want your iced coffee to have more of a coffee taste to it, use a 1:1 coffee to milk ratio. If you want more of a hint of iced coffee, use a 1:3 ratio of coffee to milk.

Cookies and Cream Iced Coffee Recipe

How to make a cookies and cream iced coffee at home
Prep Time5 mins
Total Time5 mins
Course: Drinks
Keyword: beverage
Yield: 1 Iced coffee

Equipment

  • blender

Materials

  • 2 espresso shots or 1/4 cup coffee
  • 3 ice cubes
  • 1/2 cup cookies and cream ice cream
  • 1/3 cup milk

Instructions

  • Assemble your blender and add ice cubes to the bottom of it.
  • Pour the espresso or coffee over the ice cubes. This step is critical to chill the coffee immediately after making it so it stays fresh.
    Cookies and Cream Iced Coffee Recipe
  • Pour milk into the blender and add ice cream.
  • Blend for 45 seconds – 1 minute.
  • Check the thickness and taste of your cookies and cream iced coffee recipe. If it's too thin, add a little more ice cream. If it's too thick, add a little more milk. Blend again for another 30 seconds.
  • Pour your cookies and cream iced coffee into a glass and serve immediately.