Ahhhh, delicious iced coffee right at your finger tips. Do you add soy, coconut milk or delicious sweetened condensed milk to your iced coffee? Not if you buy it from a coffee shop like Starbucks!
With this DIY recipe you can add any combination you want to your cold coffee brew! But wait, there are some other perks as well! There is no line to wait in, the barista won’t butcher your name, even after repeating it and spelling it for them (check out these misspelled names), and you’re not going to spend money for a cup of ice with a splash of coffee!
I suggest you freeze some of the coffee concentrate in ice cube trays, so if you want your drink to be a little chillier, the cubes will freshen up your iced coffee not water it down!
Ok, let’s get down to business and save you some bucks!
How simple is that??! VERY!
This recipe was adapted from America’s Test Kitchen.
You are going to love having iced coffee waiting for you in your refrigerator, indulging whenever you want. I pour some concentrate in a thermos and take it with me to work.
While the rest of the work world is standing in a line long enough to make you imagine you are waiting for a popular movie at the theatre, I am looking through Pinterest and sipping my iced coffee – fat free half and half with some stevia 🙂
Go make yourself some coffee concentrate. Your morning and afternoons will have an extra caffine bounce in them.
Note: The coffee I used for this coffee concentrate was given to me from ONEHOPE Coffee, but not with the intent to advertise their product. I liked it as a hot cup of coffee, and I wanted to see how a cold brew would taste. Delicious! Half of their profits are donated to make a social impact. Click here to learn more about ONEHOPE Coffee.