This caffeinated s’mores iced coffee in a cup will give you an energy boost and soothe your sweet tooth. If you love s’mores and iced coffee you will fall head over heels with s’mores iced coffee recipe. You have the bold taste of coffee with that hint of marshmallow and graham cracker taste to follow.
For me, I love to have coffee that is dressed up with delicious creamers and other added flavors. While I can sip on black coffee, I generally reach for one that offers a sweet and creamy aspect. If there is one dessert I can’t pass up, it is s’mores. I even make them in the oven all year round, because s’mores shouldn’t be put in the box of just for bonfires and campfires. This gives you that smooth and creamy iced coffee that you could order at your favorite coffee shop.
Easy S’mores Iced Coffee
I need one of those mugs that shows when it is safe to talk to me in the mornings! I need a coffee fix and fast, or else I can be a little grumpy! I wanted an iced coffee recipe that was fast and wouldn’t take me fifteen minutes to make. When I get up I like instant results and that is where I came up with this recipe!
Grab your sugar-free (or regular) S’mores syrup and use that to give you all the elements of the s’mores flavors. Then pair with a cold brew coffee. You can buy store-bought cold brew or make some cold brew the day before and grab it from your fridge. Then assemble your iced coffee and sip until you feel you are energized for the day.
3 simple ingredients is all this drink needs. Simple, easy, and no major steps to getting the results you are looking for. Pour your syrup, coffee, cream and ice, stir until you have sweet perfection.
The Perfect Iced Coffee Recipe
If you want you can even toss this in the blender for more of a frappuccino aspect. I have done that for a mid-day pick me up and it was better than my favorite coffee shop. Plus it was just a fraction of the price, and I could make multiple cups for the price of one!
Can You Use Regular Coffee For This?
If you want to skip a cold brew, just brew up a really strong coffee or even espresso and use in replace of the cold brew. Allow it to cool slightly before you stir in ingredients as it will melt the ice pretty fast. You will still come out with a really delicious drink! Or if you prefer a hot coffee, then skip the cooking and enjoy the rich flavors in a hot version! I have done this on a chilly winter day!
With all good coffees sometimes you want a sweet treat to nibble on along the side. Here are a few of my favorite desserts you might enjoy.
What is your favorite way to drink coffee?