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Easy peasy iced coffee recipe is here! I’ve always been a coffee lover, and always spent too much money on buying coffee at starbucks and other coffee shops. I decided to try some of my own, and maybe save money at least somewhere.  It’s been tough trying to figure out which creamer is best, how much coffee I needed, and all of those little things.

I started out with a Dunkin Donuts creamer, it was the Extra Extra one. It seemed to work its wonders. I kept trying  different ones, Irish Cream, Vanilla, all sorts of brands and then I hit the jackpot. Have you ever tried the Cold Stone Creamery one? Well I have, the Sweet Cream one is the one I fell in love with. I promise, it might seem like “how will a creamer brand change the taste of your coffee?” Well it REALLY does change the way your iced coffee will taste like. I started making iced coffee three times a day that;s how much I loved it. It wasn’t the best idea ever. My mom started scolding me that I was having too much of it, I started getting bad acne and she kept telling me that it’s from my iced coffee’s that I’m so addicted to. It was a phase, almost like falling in love. But then I started backing out of it because I noticed it wasn’t the greatest for my health. But on 85 degrees weather, trust me it’s tempting 🙂

I’m not using the Cold Stone one in this recipe, the store was all out and I bought this one instead. It’s actually not that bad either 😉 But I do recommend you try the Cold Stone one first.

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Ingredients for iced coffee:

  • 4 tbsp Favorite brand of coffee (I use Utica Coffee)
  • 16 oz cold water
  • Ice
  • Caramel
  • Cold Stone Creamery, Sweet Cream Flavored (or whichever preferred)

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Instructions:

  1. Take 4 tbsp of ground coffee and place into a small sauce pan with 16 oz of fresh cold water. (Or if you have a coffee maker, then life is easy for you) Put it on the stove on medium heat, and let it come almost to a boil, don’t let it boil, or if it does turn off right away.
  2. Let it cool. While coffee is cooling, take two glasses or wherever you want to have your coffee, and place ice cubes to almost full glass. I like to have a lot of ice, it makes it so much easier to make your coffee. Add caramel inside the glass, that’s if you prefer it. DSC_4274
  3. When your coffee is cooled off, pour about 3/4 of coffee into the glass. Leave room for the creamer. (In the picture I added creamer first, it’s all up to you) DSC_4276
  4. After adding the coffee, add in the creamer. I don’t have exact measurements for it, everyone is different with their coffee taste. So see for yourself how sweet you’d like it to be. Stir and enjoy!

– Also if you’d like to purchase these same exact dairy bottles you can buy them here . These are great for entertainment events and perfect for a hot summer day!

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Caramel Iced Coffee (Easy Recipe)

Caramel Iced Coffee (Easy Recipe)

Ingredients

  • 4 tbsp Favorite brand of coffee (I use Utica Coffee)
  • 16 oz cold water
  • Ice
  • Caramel
  • Cold Stone Creamery, Sweet Cream Flavored (or whichever preferred)

Instructions

  1. Take 4 tbsp of ground coffee and place into a small sauce pan with 16 oz of fresh cold water. (Or if you have a coffee maker, then life is easy for you) Put it on the stove on medium heat, and let it come almost to a boil, don’t let it boil, or if it does turn off right away.
  2. Let it cool. While coffee is cooling, take two glasses or wherever you want to have your coffee, and place ice cubes to almost full glass. I like to have a lot of ice, it makes it so much easier to make your coffee. Add caramel inside the glass, that’s if you prefer it.
  3. When your coffee is cooled off, pour about 3/4 of coffee into the glass. Leave room for the creamer. (In the picture I added creamer first, it’s all up to you)
  4. After adding the coffee, add in the creamer. I don’t have exact measurements for it, everyone is different with their coffee taste. So see for yourself how sweet you’d like it to be. Stir and enjoy!

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