It's sweet. It's Creamy. It's heavenly. Iced coffee would be a daily must for me, but alas my town has no Starbucks, Joe Muggs, or Dunkin, and the small local café shops are so expensive. I tried a Brew-over-Ice K-Cup and it was a step in the right direction for decent price, so I tweaked and made a homemade recipe that is cheap and sooo delicious. It is like a vanilla iced latte, but you could add Cinnamon, Peppermint, Pumpkin Spice, or Mocha Syrup to create your personal favorite.
Disclaimer: haven't tried with pot brewed coffee (only Donut Shop Original Kcup) nor have I tried any flavors beside vanilla extract, or sweeteners other than sugar.
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Step 1: Collect Supplies!
1 can Evaporated Milk( Not sweet. cond.)
Coffee ( A warm brewed pot or Keurig 8oz)
Flavoring (Vanilla extract, Mint Extract, etc)
A plain coffee mug
A DIFFERENT serving glass (not mug)
Sm. measuring spoons
A few spoons
Step 2: Make the Drink!
Step 1: Add 5 Tbsp. Sugar to mug
( this is good and sweet)
Step 2: cover sugar with evaporated milk and stir well
Step 3: add 1/2 tsp vanilla extract or flavoring
Step 4: Add 8oz Coffee of choice, stir well
Step 5: add Ice to serving glass
Step 6: Pour drink over ice ( in this glass I go to about 3/4)
Step 7: fill with more evaporated milk (it should layer on ice) and spin glass slowly to spin levels
Step 3: Serve!
Can garnish with mint leaves, candy canes, Whipped Cream, maybe caramel and chocolate sauce. Tweak and experiment! Comment your best or worst variations!