How to make ice coffee cubes. If you’re an iced lover like myself then you’ll want to share this simple coffee hack with your girlfriends. Quite honestly it’s the best I’ve ever tasted, no lie. Enjoying iced coffee in the afternoon isn’t unfamiliar to this mama. I know, you love it too.
How To Make Ice Coffee Cubes
If you’re curious what you could possibly do with that left over morning coffee sitting in the bottom of the pot, don’t dump it down the drain just yet!
Grab an ice cube tray and pour right into those slots for a tasty treat the following day. I left mine in the freezer for one full day. This gives it a better flavor. More so than just letting it sit for a couple hours. I wouldn’t let it freeze too many days though.
After you’ve poured your coffee into the tray, freeze overnight, they’re ready to use.
Grab a glass and dump those coffee cubes in. They come out extra smooth.
ICED CUBE COFFEE
My first instinct was the same as Doug’s…it’s not going to turn out all that great. However, it did. And, it was a quick and easy way to create an iced coffee right at home without the hassle of brewing anything right away. We use a medium roast every morning. The stronger the brew, the better. I can only imagine a bolder flavored coffee tasting that much more delicious just because of the amount of milk you add (optional). Or perhaps an espresso shot.
I do not add a ton of milk though. I only pour halfway. And, I use a low fat milk. I was going to try almond milk, if you do please let me know how it tastes. No one drinks it fast enough in our house and it was spoiled by the time I had a chance to test it.
SALTED CARAMEL MOCHA ICED COFFEE
- leftover or freshly brewed medium roast coffee to pour into your ice cube trays
- low fat, almond or oat milk
- salted caramel mocha skinny syrup
- a glass
how to make-
simply place your frozen ice coffee cubes into the glass, pour some milk over them and add a drop of syrup! tasty, delicious, and so very easy to make!
Now if you don’t have any ice cube trays, the silicone ones are fabulous. My favorite thing to make is iced coffee. It’s super fun and you could play with different recipes, ingredients and enjoy the low cost experience in the comfort of your own homes. I’m truly thinking of buying a vintage cart just to sell these bad boys on the beach!! GOAL DIGGER. #coffeeaddictmama on IG if you try this. Give it a twist and let me know how it comes out. Until next time, more coffee please.