The Culinary Corner: Simple Frozen Coffee Recipe

The Culinary Corner: Simple Frozen Coffee Recipe | Positively Smitten

Simple Frozen Coffee


  • A blender
  • 1-2 ice cup trays
  • Strongly brewed coffee, dark or espresso roast is best.
  • Vanilla soymilk
  • Additional flavorings*
  • Whipped cream


  1. Brew your coffee, pour into ice cube trays. Freeze.
  2. Put 8-12 ice cubes (per serving) into the blender, add one to one-and-half cups of soymilk (per serving) into the blender and blend, adding more milk as needed.
  3. You may add additional flavorings and blitz again.
  4. Pour into tall glasses and top with whipped cream.

*Additional flavorings are practically anything you want them to be. I like adding peanut butter, or chocolate sauce. Caramel is, of course, always good. And for a nice twist, raspberries are awesome with a really strong brew. If you like something tangy, try replacing half the soymilk with Greek vanilla yogurt.

Stir in a shot or two of Bailey’s Irish Cream, Kahlua, or Amaretto for an afternoon treat (or a morning treat, no judgment zone!).

If you’re a coffee lover, freeze straight espresso and blend that!

The Culinary Corner is a weekend column that includes a simple recipe, a few tips, or admiration for a kitchen gadget.

Photo credit Comedy_Nose on Flickr. 


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