"Cold coffee mixed with milk, half-and-half, and chocolate liqueur. Serve over ice." — sal
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1 1/2 quarts
brewed coffee, room temperature
creme de cacao
I made this without the liquer because I didn't have any and with decaf coffee and it was awesome. It was a big hit at my party. I added some amaretto to it and it was great. It's great with or without liquer.
is it necessary to add the half & half?
Oh my gosh this is so DELISH! I didn't even add all the ingrediants - just the coffee, milk, cream and sugar. The cream I used however was french vanilla and seriously it is the closest thing to a Starbucks Vanilla Frap that I could ever imagine. And I can have it in a PITCHER in my fridge for less than a buck!!!! I am SOOOO happy!!!!
This coffee recipe is wonderful! It is SO rich and creamy,not to mention easy! Now this is the way to drink coffee!
This was a big hit at my neighborhood "Thank God the kids are back in school" coffee. Very easy to make. I left out the alcohol for this morning get together!
Excellent! I am with K.C., I also omitted the liquer and just used some chocolate syrup. This is a great drink for a fraction of the cost. We have a blender and an ice maker in our kitchen at work and can make these up in a flash. What a savings from going around the corner to the expensive coffee shop! Thanks!
I loved this! I didn't use the liquor but substituted Hershey's chocolate syrup. I also froze some of the mixture in ice cube trays and blended the ice cubes with the liquid - yummy!
This is super easy to make, refreshing, and, as others have noted, a fraction of the cost of an iced coffee at Starbucks. I left out the liquer, and used 1 and 1/2 cups lowfat milk along with 1/2 cup half and half. Absolutely delicious - I'll be keeping this on hand all summer long!
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