There’s no way we’re giving up coffee during the summer. This beverage helps so many of us function every single day, even when we’re on vacation! Since hot beverages are rather uncomfortable to drink in the summer heat, we’re bringing you some delicious and refreshing iced coffee recipes that are going to be a total saving grace this summer!
1. Caramel Iced Coffee
If you are known to enjoy your coffee super sweet, you’re going to love this recipe for caramel iced coffee by Daily Dish Recipes! Combining your caffeine addiction with the classic flavor of caramel is a great way to enjoy your favorite beverage in way that feels like a frozen dessert!
2. Creamy Vanilla Iced Coffee
The flavor of vanilla has definitely made a name for itself in the coffee world! It has such a very familiar and mild taste it beautifully complements the strong coffee flavor. If you love this combination you can check out the recipe for a creamy vanilla iced coffee at Fox Valley Foodie!
3. Copycat Starbucks Iced Coffee
Why would you drive to Starbucks every single day and spend way too much money on your favorite type of coffee when you can simply copycat it at home! If you’ve been daydreaming about their signature iced mocha, Stockpiling Moms has the best recipe for it!
4. Nutella Iced Coffee
Some people stay away from sweets during the summer, but not us! We indulge into sugar happily and we even find ways to sneak it into our iced beverages – kind of like Simplee Thrifty did with this Nutella iced coffee that will revolutionize the way you think about your daily dose of caffeine!
5. Cheesecake Iced Coffee
If we told you to put cream cheese into your coffee, would you trust us? Maybe you can’t take our word alone for it, so we’re happy to tell you about Homemade Interest‘s innovative iced coffee recipe that can easily rival any cheesecake out there!
6. Blended Iced Cappuccino
If you roll your eyes every time somebody spends five minutes saying their coffee order because you always stick to a simple cappuccino, you can skip the long coffee shop lines altogether and just make your very own blended iced cappuccino in the comfort of your kitchen! Find out how at Port and Fin!
7. Two Ingredients Iced Coffee
Here’s another recipe for those of you who don’t understand the concept of complicating with your coffee! Isn’t it best to keep it simple and straight to the point? You actually won’t need more than two ingredients to make the iced coffee shared at Brit + Co!
8. Snickers Iced Coffee
We’re always excited when we find recipes that call for our favorite snack bars! Snickers is a delicious blend of peanuts, chocolate and caramel. Thanks to Savvy Saving Couple you can bring this blend of flavors to life within a Snickers iced coffee!
9. Coconut Caramel Iced Coffee
If you’re starting your day with coffee every single day you probably don’t consider it as dessert, but once you try this incredible coconut caramel iced coffee by The Gourmet RD, you might just change your mind! You can drink it in the morning to start your day on a sweet note or after a meal for a caffeinated dessert!
10. Peppermint Iced Coffee
The only thing that could make an iced coffee even more refreshing than its icy taste is the addition of peppermint! This is the perfect beverage to enjoy on a hot summer day when you’re craving some energizing refreshment! You can find the recipe at Sunny Sweet Days!
11. Sugar Free Iced Coffee
Alright alright, you’ve decided to kick sugar this summer and we absolutely support you and admire your willpower! You are an absolute rockstar and we want you to be able to enjoy in incredible iced coffee either way, so here’s a completely sugar free recipe by Homemade Lovely!
12. Vegan Iced Coffee
Most iced coffee recipes call for milk or cream but you can absolutely enjoy a completely vegan iced coffee with just a few tweaks! Vegetarian Gastronomy shares a great recipe for an iced coffee made with soy milk, so you don’t have to miss out on anything!
13. Cookie Dough Iced Coffee
That awkward moment when you don’t want to be seen stuffing your face with cookies so you make an effort to find a way to sneak the flavor of cookie dough into an iced coffee instead. We’re so lucky to have found Shaken Together‘s yummy recipe!