Good Eats // Easy Iced Coffee

Good Eats // Iced Coffee Recipe

There is nothing like a cold drink on a warm day. I was desperately craving something cold (and not fizzy) after being out in the sun the other weekend so I decided to whip up something fast and refreshing.

Enter: Iced Coffee

I always try to have some instant coffee in the house, you never know when you might need a top up! This Iced Coffee recipe definitely tops you up but isn’t super strong leaving you wishing you had a Iced Chocolate instead.

Easy Iced Coffee Recipe

Good Eats // Iced Coffee Recipe
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What You’ll Need

2 tsp Instant Coffee Granules
1 tsp of Sweetener / Sugar
1/4 C boiling water
1 C Low Fat Milk
1/2 tsp Cinnamon
Ice
Blender

Method

  1. Add the coffee and sugar to a cup or small jug, add the boiling water stirring. Keep stirring until all coffee and sugar granules have dissolved.
  2. Get your blender vessel and add some ice, I used 2 really big blocks of ice, and would equate this to 2 small handful sizes of normal ice.
    The amount of ice is up to you.
  3. Add the coffee mixture, topping up with your milk.
  4. Blend until all ice is small / until a nice light brown colour.
  5. Pour into a glass for drinking and top off with a dusting of cinnamon – or if you are a lover of cinnamon like me, pop in 1 – 2 tsp before you blend.
  6. Enjoy.

This recipe is a great starter recipe and can easily be added too. Add cocoa for a Iced Mocha, or Baileys for a naughty twist!

Do you have a favourite iced drink?

If you give this recipe a go, make sure you tag me in your photos as I’d love to see your take on it! 
Laura x

11 Comments
  • Christel Hansen

    I don’t even like coffee and yet I still want to try this, hahaha 😛
    I definitely love me some iced chocolates… or if we’re really talking, a good strawberry daiquiri is alway nice 😉 oxoxo

    • I’ll take that as a huge compliment – thanks Christel!
      Iced Chocolates are pretty great, and so are daiquiri’s – I’m thinking my next venture with this Mix & Go might have to be a summer cocktail one 😛

      • Christel Hansen

        😀 I like the sound of this 😛 oxoxo

  • I am a total coffee addict and this looks awesome. I don’t often get iced coffee cos it’s usually made with milk and i’m intolerant, but I could make this at home.

    • Thanks Lena! You could easily swap the milk out for almond milk or your preferred milk substitute! It’s really easy to whip one up x

  • Yum nothing like an iced coffee on a hot day

  • I love Iced Coffee! I used the cold brew that was given to us in our Brunch Club packs to make a coffee milkshake at home with my George Foreman Mix and Go and it was beautiful!

  • Yes yes yes – always! <3

  • This sounds amazing; I will definitely have to try making it at some point.

    Also, yes to ALL THE CINNAMON! 🙂