Recipe by stacey
"An ice cold coffee beverage that is perfect as a pick me up when you don't want hot coffee, or a super sweet soda. It is very easily modified to suit your tastes, depending on how strong you like your coffee. To make a drink, combine 2-3 tablespoons of the syrup with 8 oz of cold milk and serve over ice. As an extra special treat, add a scoop of ice cream, or a shot of Irish Cream!"
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instant coffee granules
1 (14 ounce) can
sweetened condensed milk
I also used fat free condensed milk and after I mixed the ingredients together, I split the recipe in two seperate bowls and wisked a couple tsp. of vanilla extract in one bowl and a couple tsp. of almond extract in the other. I then poured them into carafes and stuck them in the fridge. GREAT to make your own Frappucino or Frappes at home in the blender. I just throw a couple ice cubes in the blender with half FF milk and half that day's old coffee with a couple good tbsp's of this syrup. I'd like to try this with a little SF chocolate syrup next time. GOOD STUFF! Thanks for sharing, Stacey.
This was different. I am partial to the easy iced coffee recipe on here, but wanted to try something different. I used the calculate botton and changed it to 1 serving of syrup. From that I got 3/4-1 cup of it. The introduction on the recipe says to add 2-3 Tblsp to 8oz of milk and pour over ice. Based on that I got something that tasted and looked like lightly flavored milk. I had to double the amount of syrup to start to get more of an iced coffee flavor and color. As a result, it took 1/2 the syrup I made which amounted to a lot of sugar/sweetened condensed milk per serving. Maybe, this needs some more coffee added to the syrup, to make it stronger, so very little needs to be used. I think that would have worked.
I don't care for cold coffee but my daughter thinks it's the best thing since sliced bread. If she didn't love a Diet Coke so much, she could live on Iced Coffee. I made some for her and she just raved about it. She said it's great the way it is but also is just perfect for adding your own personal touches. This is a winner. I'd serve this one to company.
I am so glad I saw this on RE yesterday. I made it and used it for an entirely different purpose. Used as a creamer for my coffee. I am a coffeeholic. I just used less water. So yummy! I am going to go make some more to use as an afternoon iced coffee. Thanks Stacey! A great treat...
Great recipe! If you place the can of sweetened condense milk in a pot of water and allow it to boils for 2 hours (keep your eyes on it) the milk will turn into caramel flavored and will make your coffee taste even better.
This is the most refreshing drink ever! For coffee-lovers, it is a terrific summer cooler. I made a batch for my teenaged daughter and her friends and it was gone in a single sitting. Try it with a rich chocolate milk for a wonderful mocha flavor.
I am a big yellow arches iced coffee addict and am trying to budget my money better. I also have a lapband and have to make sure I get a certain amount of protein daily. Sometimes in the morning I can't eat solid food so I make an iced coffee with this syrup and a scoop of mocha protein mix. I didn't have a can of sweetened condensed milk and used the faux "sweetened condensed milk" recipe on the site. Thank you so much Stacy. I have my daily fix and am not breaking the bank.
I was looking for something refreshing after work. This hits the spot. The only trouble is.... it's hard to stop at one!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Iced Coffee Syrup
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 77
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