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Yesterday, Darling Buds left a comment sweetly requesting a little recipe for the iced coffee I made while procrastinating my packing.  I've done a lot of experimenting with iced coffee.  I've tried to make my own coffee, put it in the fridge/freezer, and sweeten it up with creamers, milks, sugars, etc.  No success.  Then I tried Starbucks VIA packets, which are good but not that good. I wanted something sweet and creamy and delicious.

So when last at the grocery, I picked up something that has been taking the world by storm: International Delight's Iced Coffee in the vanilla flavor.  This stuff is sinfully delicious.  Amazing.  In my glass I like: 3 ice cubes, 3/4 of the iced coffee, and a 1/4 splash of vanilla soy milk.  (The soy milk tones it down just a little and makes it milkier and creamier... cuz this stuff is seriously sweet!)

So there ya have it!  My little recipe for iced coffee!  ;)  Easy, fast, and delish.  Perfect.


Comments

Britty said…
Um, yum! This sounds really yummy; I love frezing leftover coffee in ice cube trays and putting it in milk, but sometimes I just want the instant gratification, ya know? haha
Anonymous said…
I cannot wait to try this! This seems amazing and simple ... I wonder if I could do a splash of hazelnut ...
Shaiya Badgley said…
I almost picked up some of that iced coffee at the store yesterday...now I totally have to grab some after this post! :-)
Darling Buds said…
Yay!!! Thank you so much!
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Chrystina said…
Where can you buy the coffee... anywhere? Or is it a specialty thing only?
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