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    Recipes Easy Iced Coffee

    Domestic Goddess Sep 9, 2012

    1. Domestic Goddess

      Domestic Goddess Regular Chatter

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      The recipe for this iced coffee was originally posted by Christy Grigor at allrecipes, but I tweaked the recipe to suit my taste. It only takes a few minutes to make, so if I'm in the mood for an iced coffee in a moments notice, this is the one I always make.
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      Easy Iced Coffee
      2-1/2 teaspoons instant coffee
      4-1/2 teaspoons granulated sugar
      3 tablespoons 'hot' water (*See note)
      3/4 cup milk (I use 2% milk)
      1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract (optional)
      ice cubes (Preferably large ice cubes)
      For this recipe you will need a large size glass jar with a tight fitting lid. (I use an 8-ounce glass jar that the instant coffee came in. It is equivalent to holding 3 cups of liquid.)
      Place the instant coffee and sugar in a glass jar.
      Add the 'hot' water to the jar, place lid on jar, and seal jar tight. Shake the jar vigorously for about 15-20 seconds.
      Remove lid from the jar, add the milk, and vanilla, if using, and then swirl the jar around for a bit.
      Add the coffee to a tall beverage glass which has been filled with ice, and enjoy your iced coffee.
      *Note: When adding the 'hot' water, I heat the water in a small saucepan ontop the stove. One more thing, I prefer to use ice cubes that are large in size, as they don't dilute the ice coffee as quickly as the smaller cubes do.
       
    2. Naiwen

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      thanx for this recipe, I'd try it out once...
       
    3. Spice

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      I love iced coffee so thanks.
       
    4. Naiwen

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      Me as well man...
       
    5. Pat

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      Not for me
       
    6. Naiwen

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      thats a shame or a pity eh?