I love a good coffee.
Don’t we all?
There’s something about the smell that just wakes me up. Hot or iced, I love it all. But we can’t deny that it isn’t always the cheapest. I used to indulge in a Venti Soya Mocha every day when I was in work (ah, that consistent wage y’all), which is a lot. A lot, a lot. Now I treat myself, and even though it is worth every penny, we can always do with some tips, right?
So I googled some recipes on making iced coffees at home, but found they didn’t all really work for me. So I decided to switch them up a little bit.
It may seem obvious this recipe, it may not. I can confirm it rules. It tastes delicious. And it’s easy.
What you need:
- A kettle
- Milk of some kind (soya, coconut, cows, rice, whatever!)
- Chocolate sauce
- A blender
What to do:
- Boil your kettle and make a black coffee. Wait for it to cool and pop it in the fridge for as long as you can. It’s better chilled, obvz.
- Pour about half a cup of the now chilled coffee into a blender.
- Add half a cup of ice to the blender.
- Put one table spoon of chocolate syrup in and a teaspoon of granulated sugar.
- Add about half a cup of your chosen milk.
So it’s not an out of this world recipe, but it tastes delicious. You can also mix things up if you fancy – a bit of vanilla essence, maybe even cinnamon? Cheeky.
It tastes so good and is a refreshing treat at home!
Enjoy, you coffee loving caffeinators.
I got the original recipe from the lovely Eugenie Kitchen!