Introduction: Coffee Ice Cubes

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Have you ever made ice coffee just to have it taste watered down after a little while? Try making coffee ice cubes and using them instead of regular ice when making your iced coffee.

Step 1: What You Need!

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  • You can use either freshly brewed coffee, leftover coffee or some that has already gone cold
  • Ice cube tray

Step 2: Fill the Ice Cube Tray With Coffee

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Place it in the freezer for a few hours until the coffee cubes are frozen.

Step 3: Once the Coffee Is Frozen Use It to Make Your Favorite Coffee Cocktail!

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The coffee cubes can be used when making ice coffee and will not dilute your coffee! Shown is my favorite glass for a ice coffee - a Guinness glass!

Other uses for coffee ice cubes

  • Add them in when making a ice cream frappe with a blender to add a little coffee flavor
  • Place a bunch of coffee ice cubes in a blender with some chilled coffee and make a frozen coffee smoothie (and add a little chocolate sauce and make it a mocha frozen coffee smoothie :)

Comments

seamster (author)2015-11-17

This is so clever. Thank you for sharing this excellent idea!

TM7 (author)seamster2015-11-17

Thank You!

MaddieJ3 (author)2015-11-18

Love this! I always have extra coffee, and not having to make double strenth to make it iced is awesome!

Reluctantbob (author)2015-11-18

Can you go over those steps again? They don't seem to be clear enough.

TM7 (author)Reluctantbob2015-11-18

Please explain which steps you are having issues with?

ducati109 (author)2015-11-18

I learned this from a friend who knows a restaurant who serves it like that. If you are in for the night,....add a tad of homemade khalua,..cold milk,.....Yum.

TM7 (author)ducati1092015-11-18

Thanks - great idea!

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