- 1/2 cup instant coffee granules
- 1/2 cup boiling water
- 4 cups chocolate milk
- 2 cups cold water
- 1 can (14 ounces) sweetened condensed milk
- Ice cubes
- In a large bowl, dissolve coffee in boiling water. Stir in the chocolate milk, cold water and condensed milk. Serve over ice. Yield: 8 servings.
Reviews forIced Coffee Latte
"I omit the water and use lactose-free milk, leftover brewed coffee (Starbucks, of course), a few generous squirts of Hershey's chocolate syrup, and ice cubes. I don't measure any of the ingredients and just eyeball the amounts. Stir well, add a straw, and YUM! It tastes just like what I get at Starbucks without the high price."
"I made my cold brew coffee this afternoon and just used 2 oz off the extract with a cupof chocolate milk.....and only 2 tbs of condensed milk...awsome!"
"Great refreshing drink! So easy to make, but make sure you have something to put it in!"
"Haven't made the recipe yet, but it sounds good. I am diabetic and 41 g of carbs equals almost 3 carbs. I am allowed 4 carbs for lunch and dinner so 3 carbs is a lot for diabetics who count carbs. However I am going to try this and perhaps serve myself just half, if i can."
"This is the best iced coffee drink i've tried!"
"We served this at my sisters wedding, everybody raved about it!! This is definitely a keeper!"
"I have been making this recipe since last summer. The entire family and many of our guests love it. We wrote the recipe on a post-it note to hang on the door so it is quick & easy to make another batch. The only change we did to the recipe was instead of 2 cups of cold water we make it with 4 cups of cold water."
"This stuff is amazing! I own a pastry company and sell this drink and it's a huge hit! Try it at your next bake sale. Like the other reviewer, I have used regular milk with 1/2 cup of chocolate syrup (mixed with the hot water) with great results. I serve it topped with whipped cream and a drizzle of chocolate sauce and it looks amazing. Even people who don't like coffee will like this!"