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Summer ice coffee?

Postby driven » 11 Jun 2011, 14:40

Does anyone have a good summer ice coffee recipe? I only want to add spices, not dairy products. I am up for any kind of recipe as long as it is low fat and calorie.
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Re: Summer ice coffee?

Postby starbuck » 13 Jun 2011, 11:41

I don't know of any recipes for Ice coffee that doesn't involve a lot of fats/calories. Remember that if something is low fat, that doesn't mean it's good for you. They make up for that by loading it with sugars, which eventually becomes fat.
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Re: Summer ice coffee?

Postby caffeineneeded » 14 Jun 2011, 09:50

When I make iced coffee, I just take the coffee I have brewed and make ice cubes out of it. I then put some premade coffee in the fridge to cool down and then just pour it over the coffee ice cubes. Then I flavor it the way I like my hot coffee.
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Re: Summer ice coffee?

Postby Brewster » 14 Jun 2011, 21:49

driven wrote:Does anyone have a good summer ice coffee recipe? I only want to add spices, not dairy products. I am up for any kind of recipe as long as it is low fat and calorie.


I have made iced coffee with spices such as cinnamon before, but to be honest you need milk, even the low fat type, to make it taste good. Better to do as someone else suggested and just make your own.
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Re: Summer ice coffee?

Postby driven » 15 Jun 2011, 07:56

I really like to stay away from dairy, but that is alright because I can use almond or soy milks in it. Thank you for all of the other ideas.
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Re: Summer ice coffee?

Postby SuzyLewis » 20 Jun 2011, 05:54

Since you said you can use soy or almond milk I have a great recipe. It does not have spices but it is still great.

Make your coffee as normal with water
Add a couple of teaspoons of chocolate Ovaltine while it is hot and stir for about 20 seconds.
Add roughly 8oz of soy or almond milk and ice cubes.
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Re: Summer ice coffee?

Postby MoffeeCoff » 06 May 2012, 23:29

We just use coffee that's leftover from breakfast. The most important thing is that we make our ice cubes out of leftover coffee, so it never tastes watery.
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Re: Summer ice coffee?

Postby Charli05 » 11 Jan 2017, 22:30

Which coffee are very best for Calorie Limit do you have any information ?

Per Day Calorie Limit
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Re: Summer ice coffee?

Postby jomane » 17 Jan 2017, 02:24

I love summer ice coffee! Is there any new recipes anyone wants to share?
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Re: Summer ice coffee?

Postby coffee771 » 19 Jan 2017, 12:45

I use this recipe: http://www.chicacave.com/the-secret-to-making-a-perfect-iced-latte as the base for all of my iced drinks. From there I try out different things like I added some hot chocolate mix to create a mocha. Instead of using regular milk, I choose to substitute Almond Milk, since I am lactose intolerant.
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