Recipe by IRONCHEF
"A delicious, cool, and creamy drink - perfect for summer! Coffee can be adjusted to suit your personal taste."
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vanilla ice cream
instant coffee granules
I thought this was very tastey, was able to use decaf coffee for the kids, you could add caramel or chocolate syrup to give it a different taste when needed, or leave as is, great treat on a hot summers day!. Thanks Lucy for the recipe. BTW used crushed ice, if you are able to.... will blend nicer.
Cutting this back to one helping was tricky. I used one heaping scoop homemade frozen vanilla yogurt, 1/4 cup nonfat milk and one Starbucks VIA packet. Honestly, I think I'd like this better without the ice. Not bad. I'd make this again but I think I would play with the recipe a little more.
Tastes amazing, and it was very easy. My only problem was that when i scaled the recepie to 1, it only made about 4 ounces.
This recipe tasted great, but I had to change around the amounts of each ingredient a bit. I added less ice and more ice cream, and definitely more coffee granuales, but it was great!
tastes great, but blending ice can sometimes be a pain if you don't have a nice blender.
I made this with a pot of perculator coffee that had been brewed but forgotten about. Husband added a little Splenda, but I thought it was perfect. Thanks, Lucy!
Tastes fantastic! I added a little bit of chocolate syrup. You may want to double the ingredients, the original recipe only makes 2 small glasses!
Love this drink it is cool and refreshing. I make it all the time.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 30
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