3 Cool Ways to Make Cold Brew Homemade Iced Coffee

Be Your Own Barista with Homemade Iced Coffee Recipes

When summer temperatures rise, a great way to cool off is to make a homemade iced coffee with milk. By adding 8 ounces of milk to your cold coffee brew or making a latte with milk, you add nine essential nutrients, including 8 grams of high-quality protein. Protein at breakfast can help power you through the morning so you can make the most out of your day. Create a Cold Brew Coffee To craft the perfect homemade iced coffee concoction, you need to start with a truly strong cup of joe — much stronger than how you would usually take your morning mug. One way is to brew coffee with cold water in a French press — and steep it overnight in the refrigerator. This method makes a stronger blend and allows for the perfect chilly temperature to prevent the ice from melting too quickly. 3 ways to tap your inner barista in the morning:

Skinny Salted Caramel Latte

To top off your homemade iced coffee, add salted caramel syrup to create a tasty beverage for summer.

Classic Latte

For a more traditional iced coffee recipe, take two shots of chilled espresso and add 8-ounces of milk for a latte on the go.

Coffee Cubes

Want homemade iced coffee to save for later? Freeze coffee in an ice cube tray and add milk. Looking for a stronger cup? Freeze milk into ice cubes and add them to your coffee!