Vanilla often gets a bad rap, one we think is hardly deserved. Many dismiss the flavor as plain, bland, or boring, but we think it’s a classic; just a bit of this spice can take any recipe from good to great…including your favorite coffee drink!
Not only does this stuff boast an impressive set of health benefits, including increasing relaxation and easing body aches and pains, but it also adds an extra layer of sweet flavor without additional sugar or calories.
That almost sounds too good to be true, doesn’t it? Well, it’s not, and the vanilla iced coffee recipes below prove it!
If your go-to Starbucks order is an iced vanilla latte, you’ll love our copycat recipe. It tastes pretty much the same as the coffee house’s beverage; the only difference is, you can enjoy this version of it without leaving your house!
The next time you want a coffee drink that manages to be sweet, smooth, refreshing, and energizing all at once, do yourself a favor and whip up an iced honey vanilla latte. This cool, icy delicacy hits the spot on a hot day, and it’s so good, you won’t be able to drink just one.
Just when you thought your classic vanilla latte couldn’t get any better, the addition of one of our favorite spices — you guessed it, good old cinnamon — takes it to the next level. Though our recipe outlines all the steps for making this drink hot, it tastes just as good served over ice. Give it a try; we’re sure you’ll like it.
If you remember the Dalgona coffee craze that swept across social media in early 2020, you know whipped joe, particularly with fun flavors and add-ins, is much more fun than the regular stuff. Don’t believe us? Fortunately for you, we’ve got a Dalgona coffee recipe for you to try.
Save yourself a trip to the local coffee house and a few bucks by making your morning latte at home. We’ve found a recipe that gets the job done quickly, so whenever you want to get your vanilla-flavored coffee fix quickly and without leaving home, check out this recipe.
In need of a new java drink to carry you through the warm summer months? Look no further than our Starbucks copycat vanilla sweet cream cold brew recipe! It’s got a strong coffee taste and the pleasant flavor of vanilla — what could be better?
Averie of the Averie Cooks blog says she could “chug [her vanilla iced coffee] until she gets the shakes.” And while we don’t necessarily recommend pushing your body’s caffeine limits, we do encourage you to give her recipe a try. The combination of chilled coffee, milk or creamer of your choice, some kind of sweetener, and vanilla extract can get you going and cool you down on even the hottest of mornings.
When you prefer dairy stay out of your morning cup, you need something with a milk alternative in your hand, and one of our go-tos is the iced oat milk latte. It’s got all the creaminess and strong espresso flavor of the regular beverage (plus a hint of vanilla just for fun), but none of the dairy, making it a solid choice for vegan or otherwise dairy-free coffee lovers.
Lavender is known for its calming properties, so when you add it to your morning joe, expect to feel a little more zen as you roll through your day. The floral flavor also pairs well with classic vanilla, and adding both of them to your brew puts a bit of sweet pep in your step.
Here you have a variety of recipes to try out that all have iced vanilla coffee flavor with some twists! Yum.
Learn how to make iced coffee with these our video using both a single-serving pour over method plus a Mr.Coffee Iced Tea Maker for large batches. We'll also cover 4 other iced coffee methods and some hot tips for this chilled brew.
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