How to Make a Vanilla Ice Coffee From Scratch
Do you crave a vanilla ice coffee drink but lack the availability of a coffee shop around the corner? Learning how to make a vanilla ice coffee from scratch, in the comfort of your own home, saves you money along with the time it would take you to jump in your car to go purchase it from somewhere else. This recipe doesn't require the use of an espresso machine or ready-made syrup because I didn't always have access to those ingredients. Have fun and experiment with the amount of creamer and sugar you pour in until you get the desired effect. Next time you have company over you can whip them up a batch of this delicious, cost-effective ice coffee recipe.
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- Vanilla coffee creamer
- 2 glasses
- Coffee maker
- Whip cream
- Add 2 tablespoons of coffee for every 4 cups of water because the goal here, is for you to make your cold brew two times stronger than regular, hot coffee. Reduce the amount of water you use if you try out the above amount and the coffee doesn't come out strong enough for you.
- Pour 2 teaspoons of vanilla coffee creamer into a small cup that is safe for you to place hot water in. Add 1 to 2 teaspoons of sugar into the cup along with the creamer. Set the dry ingredient mixture aside until you are ready to pour in the hot coffee.
- Grab an 8-ounce glass and fill it up a quarter of the way to the top with ice. Pour in milk until you reach a quarter of the way up from the bottom of your glass. Set the drinking glass with milk next to your small one containing the dry ingredients.
- Pour a small amount of hot coffee into the cup with the dry ingredients inside. Stir both the creamer and sugar together with the coffee until it dissolves to make your syrup. Pour the syrup into the cup with the milk and ice inside it. Keep mixing the mixture until the ingredients blend well together. Add more coffee until you reach the top of your glass. The reason you need to make the syrup in a separate glass is because sugar and creamer will not dissolve in cold coffee. Top with Ready Whip to make it seem like you're getting a high-quality coffee drink.