This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Seattle’s Best Coffee®. All opinions are 100% mine.
My name is Kelly and I’m addicted to coffee — whether it’s iced, hot or frozen, I’ll take it! This Homemade Iced Coffee is as good as the coffee shop, if not better (ahem). As the warmer temps roll in, this will be my go-to coffee drink.
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When out ordering iced coffee, I often become frustrated with all of the granulated sugar settling at the bottom of the cup. So, I tried using simple sugar in mine. What a fantastic idea that was. This iced coffee is made to fit the bill of light cream, light sugar.
Homemade Iced Coffee
- Ground Coffee
- Simple Sugar
- Half and Half Creamer
Brew 10 cups of coffee, measuring five 1/8 cup heaping scoops.
After brewing, refrigerate until chilled, optional.
Place 1 cup of ice into a 16 oz. cup
Pour 1-1/4 cup coffee over ice.
Add 2 teaspoons simple sugar and 2 tablespoons of creamer.
Mix and serve.
Recipe NotesNOTE: The longer the coffee sits in the fridge, the stronger it will become. Adding more or less sugar and cream is at your discretion.
One of my favorite snacks with coffee (hot or cold) is Almond Biscotti. Mmmm… I love dipping them in hot coffee and I’ll take them nice and crunchy with the iced coffee.
Hot or cold, Seattle’s Best® won’t disappoint. Drinking a cup of coffee in a cute mug doesn’t hurt either, right? Another one of my kookie quirks — cute coffee mugs (wink).
How do you like your coffee? Hot? Cold? Iced? Cream and Sugar? Let me know in the comments!