Coffee MilkshakeAngie McGowan
I haven’t had a warm cup of coffee since spring. When it gets hot, I like my coffee either over ice or in some decadent treat like this coffee milkshake. For this milkshake, I used espresso and let it cool before adding to my blender, but you can also use leftover morning coffee, so long as it’s pretty strong. You can make this shake even more decadent by adding chocolate or even caramel syrup. This coffee milkshake is a great fun way to enjoy a childhood shake in a more grown-up fashion.
If your looking for or more convenient cold coffee drink, my friends at Seattle’s Best have 3 new canned iced lattes, a plain latte, a mocha and a vanilla. At only 130 calories, this grab and go drink provides the perfect energy boost whenever you want it. Click here for a $1.50 off coupon for a 4 pack of Seattle’s Best Lattes.
1/4 cup very strong coffee or espresso, cooled
2 cups ice cream or frozen yogurt
1/2 cup milk
2 tablespoons chocolate syrup (optional)
1. Let coffee cool, then add coffee, ice cream and milk to blender.
2. Blend on high until well blended. Add chocolate syrup if desired.
3. Serve topped with another scoop of ice cream and chocolate shavings for garnish.