Homemade Cold Coffee

Homemade Cold Coffee


I am an ardent believer in the saying – Coffee makes everything feel better because coffee doesn’t ask silly questions. Coffee understands. Always. My best friend and one companion that never bores me!!

Once in a while I dont mind paying for a goooooooood coffee at some fancy-schmancy coffee shop but I usually prefer my home made coffee.

After literally years of trying, I have figured out how to make the perfect creamy & cold coffee. And life changed. I’ve tried a few variations since then and I found what works best for me. You will be surprised to see how easy it is to make.

It takes me less than 5 minutes to whip up a frothy cold coffee. Here’s my favorite homemade cold coffee recipe.

(Note: I’ve tweaked coffee/water amounts to suit my own tastes. Experiment to find your own perfect ratio.)


Water 1/2 cup
Milk – 2 Cups
Coco powder – 2 tsp
Instant coffee powder – 3 tbsp
Sugar- 1 tsp
Ice cubes- 5 to 6
Vanilla ice cream- 3 scoops
Whipped cream for topping


Take the serving glasses coat each of their inner sides with 1 tbsp of melted chocolate in a pattern and put it in refrigerator.

In a blender add coffee powder, coco powder, sugar, water and blend until frothy. Then add some ice cubes, milk and ice cream scoops and blend again.

(The trick for a good cold coffee is the froth that forms on the top and makes it creamy and delicious.)

Take the chilled glasses out of the refrigerator and pour the cold coffee in it. Add another scoop of ice cream and top with whipped cream and serve chilled.

See i told you its super easy to make 🙂


2 Comments Add yours

  1. Dolly. says:

    Where is suger? I don’t see suger in method.

    Liked by 1 person

    1. Thank dolly, I guess was in hurry to post!! Updated it with sugar 🙂


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