Frozen caramel macchiato coffee

Frozen caramel macchiato coffee

I live on coffee! I confessed a few times and most likely will tell you a few more times. But what I haven’t told you before is that I never drink hot coffee. I just can not. For me coffee has to be at room temperature, cold or even better iced!

But can you blame me? Especially this time of the year when all I want to do is live in my freezer? Cancel all the playdates, especially those at the park!  A girl can dream, right?

Truth is, I’ll be heading to the park in just a little bit. But this time I’m prepared. I have two frozen caramel macchiato coffees!

iced coffee cubes

My frozen caramel macchiato coffee is the simplest coffee ever! All you need is International delight caramel macchiato iced coffee and a little patience.

You’ll need to start by pouring International delight caramel macchiato iced coffee in one or more ice-cube trays. Place them in the freezer for few hours until frozen. I always have some in my freezer. Even if I don’t make frozen coffee I use the coffee cubes to cool down my hot brewed coffee.

Once the iced coffee is frozen it’s time to make the frozen coffee.

In a blender add 10-14 frozen iced coffee cubes and 1/4 International delight iced coffee. Blend for about 1 minutes until the coffee cubes are crushed completely and blended with the iced coffee.

Time to assemble the frozen caramel macchiato iced coffee.

If I feel adventurous I start by dropping a scoop of ice-cream in my cup.

Pour about 1/4 to 1/3 iced coffee over the ice-cream and top with the blended frozen iced coffee.

For a fancy look I top my coffee with whipped cream and drizzle some caramel sauce.

Take a straw and sip away! frozen caramel macchiato coffee

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of International Delight. The opinions and text are all mine.

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  1. says

    This is beautiful! I will have to try to make a dairy free version. I’m living overseas right now, so it’s not like I can go buy almond or coconut ice cream at the store. I think just coconut milk and ice would work though!

  2. Sarah Gifford says

    I survive on coffee. The Ice Cubes are an excellent idea. I don’t know why I didn’t think of that before. This is a definite MUST TRY!


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