Total Time
Prep 10 mins
Cook 0 mins

Posting for safe keeping Time does not include freezing the ice cubes

Ingredients Nutrition

  • 1 12 cups cold strong coffee
  • 13 cup chocolate syrup
  • 13 cup nonfat dry milk powder


  1. Pour 1 1/4 cups coffee into an ice cube tray or trays and freeze until solid, at least 3 hours.
  2. To a blender (through opening in lid) or food processor with motor running, add frozen coffee cubes, chocolate syrup, nonfat dried milk, and 1/4 cup cold coffee. Whirl until mixture is a thick slush; if thicker than you like, add a little more cold coffee. Pour into tall glasses.
Most Helpful

Well, I can tell you that this is just as good hot as it is cold. After checking with wicked I made this non-iced using fresh hot coffee, the chocolate and dry milk. I didn't get any bubbles but I did get a lovely, yummy, mocha that felt as good in my hands as it tastes. Thanks wicked :D. Made for Photo Tag.

Annacia November 04, 2009

What a perfect iced drink to end a busy day. This was positively delightful. I used a chocolate fudge syrup, so it was extra chocolate-y and like a thick milkshake. Thanks, wicked cook 46. Made for 2009 fall Pick-A-Chef

NorthwestGal September 12, 2009

This was a very nice treat Wicked. I enjoyed it very much. I used all the coffee ice cubes, chocolate and because I didn't have any non fat dry milk I subed with a little hazelnut creamer. This was a lovely drink. I can't wait to try it with the dry milk. Thanks so much for posting this quick and easy frozen coffee treat.

Baby Kato August 13, 2009