Coffee ice cubes are a great way to prevent your iced coffee from getting watered down.
COFFEE ICE CUBES
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I want to share this little hack I found for iced coffee. If you’re a fan, I really hope you find this as helpful as I have.
I know that coffee is such a personal thing. Everyone likes it made their own way. For me, I just love an iced coffee. And that goes for all year round. I don’t care if it’s summer or winter. That makes no difference to me.
By the way, I would just like to say for the record that I am a Dunkin Donuts girl! I always have been and I always will be.
Regardless of your preference, I’m sure we can all agree that a watered down coffee is the worst.
Unfortunately that’s the risk you run if you’re a slow drinker. Once those ice cubes start to melt your drink will just gets more and more diluted. I hate when that happens.
Luckily there is an easy solution to this problem. Making coffee ice cubes!
Making Coffee Ice Cubes:
Talk about a simple process. This is probably the easiest thing in the world to do.
Simply pour cooled coffee into an ice cube tray and place it in the freezer. Thats it!
I usually fill my ice cube tray up with black coffee that I haven’t finished from the morning.
I have two kids at home. So finishing a full cup is usually a rarity around here.
But you can easily just make a coffee, let it cool then add some to the trays. It’s worth it!
While you’re enjoying that coffee, you might want to make some Waffle Iron Cinnamon Rolls to go with it. Hey, why not.
I hope you find this little hack helpful!
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