What if you’re running late in the morning, and the nearest Starbucks from your place is a couple of miles over? Say the word, ‘coffee’, and your body starts to react long before you administer its vital shots into your system. What is your favourite type of coffee in summer? 40 degrees and the briskness of cold weather are too far-fetched even for the 4th of July. So, here we are a few easy-to-make recipes for icy cold coffees – fraps, lattes, mochas, and cappuccinos – you name it!
Your boss’s coffee may not be sweetened, preferably because he might have diabetes or would be a big calorie ditcher because of all that gym and work out jazz, but how about you? As compared to many coffee fanatics out there, sugar tends to get harshly ignored. However, if you wish to have caramel, whipped cream and tonnes of sugar to pick you up on the night right after a harsh breakup, these iced coffees would do the trick and will make you fall in love with your culinary expertise rather than a washed out ex.
So, for our first one in the list, let’s pay heed to the Starbucks-style Frappuccino, but homemade. All you need is a blender, and a chilled cup of iced coffee – strong, that is. Starbucks may charge you 5$ for this treat, and may also administer 300 calories with it, so lets you and I make this treat for a half of the entire budget (diet, too!). www.averiecooks.com whipped up this Skinny Caramel Frappuccinowith vanilla extract, ice cubes, coffee and vanilla almond milk. This gluten-free treat tends to pick you up even better if you throw in sugar-free sweeteners, caramel toppings, and broken cookies to garnish it. So, who’s better at this game?
Let’s try some easy hacks this time for those exotic blends. The Vietnamese Iced Coffee may look all grand and exotic due to its texture and taste but requires you just to brew your coffee in any way you like. Add ice cubes and sweetened condensed milk for your coffee to turn in. www.sodeliciousdairyfree.com teaches you just exactly how you can get a knack of this appropriately.
Mochas, Vanilla and That Latte
Copycat Starbucks Iced Cinnamon Dolce Latteis yet another one on our list that requires an espresso, milk, brown sugar, water and a teaspoon of cinnamon. Make sure your coffee’s epically strong to get the same taste for which you wash down 6$ at Starbucks. Spend your weekends at www.simplethrifty.com and master your skills to nail this recipe.
Headed next to the aisle is the iced chocolate mocha from www.grantlife.com. How about we let you discover this and other treats yourself? However, for this, you would need additional white chocolate and plenty of whipped cream, so if you are a big calorie buster, you know what you need to devour on your cheat days.