Coffee is basically considered to be a drink more suitable in the winter. Another rumour is that excess coffee can be bad for your health but it has been proven wrong as scientists found it helps in protecting you from various diseases. Don’t be afraid to increase your coffee intake because I am going to provide you with a recipe for iced caramel coffee.
Time: 20 minutes
Yield: 2 to 3 people
Milk: 1/2 cup
Chocolate caramel syrup: 2 tablespoons
Vanilla essence: 1/4 teaspoon
Cold coffee: 1-1/2 cups
Sugar: 1/2 cup
Salt: 1/4 teaspoon
Crushed ice: 1 cup
Make sure that before you start that you should thoroughly wash your hands and also the entire work surface that you plan on using to make this delicious beverage. Also, do not forget to wash all the glasses, utensils and other items that you will be using to make this fabulous recipe. Always keep your kitchen work area clean and free of any clutter so that you can find what you are looking for while cooking.
Take a blender and add coffee in it along with sugar, salt, milk, vanilla essence and chocolate caramel syrup. If you want your caramel cold coffee a little less sweet then you can always reduce the amount of sugar that you use. This will not have a dramatic impact on the overall taste and flavour of this recipe.
Blend them well until the mixture becomes thick and smooth with bubbles starting to appear. Check the consistency of the mixture to ensure that it is thick and smooth.
Now add one cup of crushed ice in the mixture and blend them well until mixture further thickens up and it becomes creamy. Garnish it with fresh cream. Try not to use too much ice as you do not want your mixture to get too watery.
Your iced caramel cold coffee is ready to serve. Make sure that you serve it as soon as you are done preparing it. Your friends and family will definitely love this cold treat on a hot summer day. You might want to add your own twist to this recipe by adding a particular ingredient that can enhance the flavour of this excellent recipe. However, make sure that you stick to the main recipe and after that you can experiment with different types of flavours.