Iced Coffee for Dummies


Today’s installment of Ways Pinterest Changed My Life celebrates convenient caffeination with a side of reduced morning frazzle.

Here’s the deal for the easiest iced coffee you’ll ever make, even at your groggiest:

  • Brew a strong pot of your favorite coffee.
  • Let the coffee cool a bit, then pour it into ice trays and freeze overnight.
  • In the morning, pop those little java cubes into a portable tumbler, pour your milk of choice over ’em, and go about your business.

Unlike regular ice that waters down your drink and dilutes your buzz, these cubes melt into coffee and more coffee, all the way to the last swig.

Cheers to happier mornings!

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  4. This is indeed brilliant! Better than the difficult way and mixing all kinds of thing in the blender (poor blender). I will definitely try this!

    Posted 9.6.14 Reply
  5. This is borderline genius!

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  6. That’s so smart. I’ll have to do it myself!

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  9. Oh I really have to try this out! I love iced coffee and if there is a way to make it better, I have to try it :D

    Posted 8.30.14 Reply
  10. A2Z Health wrote:

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    Posted 8.30.14 Reply
  11. Love this idea! Need to try it.

    Posted 8.29.14 Reply
  12. cwhite309 wrote:

    Reblogged this on phillyhealthconsult and commented:
    I use a french press and drink half while its hot, place the rest in the fridge and then when I am craving an ice coffee, its ready

    Posted 8.29.14 Reply
  13. literally trying this right now! it’s so easy!

    Posted 8.28.14 Reply
  14. Wow so simple, yet so smart! I really like this idea, Thanks!

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    Posted 8.25.14 Reply
  20. I need to try this! ☕️❤️

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  22. dfuentes wrote:

    Definitely going to try this thank you :)

    Posted 8.24.14 Reply
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    Hey Keira! I just started following your blog, this looks like an awesome idea :D I looove my iced coffees on summer mornings. To keep my coffee un-distilled I usually use re-freezable plastic ice cubes but this looks more fun! By the way, I just nominated you for a Liebster Award, check out the details on my post:
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  29. I swear by my brunch time coffee..this is such a fun idea. Wow :D

    Posted 8.22.14 Reply
  30. Sarah wrote:

    OMG you seriously just completed my life. Trying this on Sunday night for Monday morning! We have a Keurig at work and I bought K Cups designed to brew iced coffee but basically it’s a regular K Cup that you brew over ice, as far as I can tell, I was so disappointed!

    Posted 8.22.14 Reply
  31. love this idea!!!!

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  32. I love that I read this just as I was about to brew a pot! You are my ero right now!!!

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  33. Amy wrote:

    so going to have to try this out.

    Posted 8.22.14 Reply
  34. Love it! Can’t wait to try this weekend!

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  36. SUCH a great idea!!!! I need to try this ASAP! <3

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  37. rachelle wrote:

    Genius idea, thanks for sharing!

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  38. Genius!

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  39. loveh3 wrote:

    That is a good idea, and if you want a refresher in the day you can do fruit cubes in water :)

    Posted 8.22.14 Reply
  40. Cool idea ! I’ll try this for sure !

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  41. Smartie pants! :)

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