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Very very good and with a bit of tweaking this recipe could be many things! I made my own coffee syrup by simply boiling coffee and sugar until I had a syrup. My husband and I both had seconds.

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invictus June 07, 2009

This was good, But I found it was missing something. Or maybe it just was the kind of coffee I used. I brew Maxwell House coffee at home, so maybe it was the brand? I am going to try this again with a flavor brand coffee. Made for Team "Cooks With Dirt Faces" for ZWT5

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daisygrl64 May 17, 2009

This was a really YUMMY treat on a humid day. It is a little different than my normal iced coffee I make and I think it will be much cheaper to make too. Made this for ZWT5 for the Cooks with Dirty Faces. Thanks for a great recipe.

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Queenofcamping May 16, 2009

A truly yummy cinnamon iced coffee which I made using Caryn's Coffee Syrup, and which I know I'll enjoy even more in summer. Just loved the cinnamon in this. I omitted the optional whipped cream but included everything else, and greatly look forward to trying this with different coffee blends. Made for ZWT5.

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bluemoon downunder May 12, 2009

Yum! I used decaf coffee, whole milk instead of cream. I loved the creamy sweetness of the drink and drank it hot and cold! Made to thank you for hosting PAC!

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Sharon123 April 27, 2008

A wonderful afternoon pick-me-up! I subbed half and half for the heavy cream & used some tiramisu flavored syrup. (more like 3 tsps ;-)) I splurged with the whipped cream, too. Thanks for sharing, Brenda! I'll use this recipe again and again.

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SusieQusie April 16, 2007

I made this to have with chili for lunch today. It was actually a really great compliment to the chili (which was a bit spicy) and vise versa. I did lower the fat fat content by using fat free evap milk for the cream and skipping the whipped cream. It was the cinnamon coffee that I was after and I got that with both the ground cinnamon and the cinnamon stick. I sweetened with Splenda in the hot coffee, OH! I used vanilla hazelnut coffee and that with the milk and cinnamon was a true treat. Thank you for approving of my diabetic change Brenda.

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Annacia February 24, 2007

We really enjoyed the cinnamon taste which came trough in this drink. I just whished it was alot sweeter. Next time I will add some sugar into the warm coffee. The whipped cream really finshes this drink off I suggest dont skimp on it. Thank you Nick's Mom for sharing this recipe.

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lemoncurd September 19, 2006

OMG this is to dye for. I don't believe I've ever had iced coffee, but I sure I will in the future. This had an excellent coffee/cinnamon flavor, although I did add much more of the coffee syrup, because I like it a little sweeter. I used the suggested Coffee Syrup, which was excellent. Thanks

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~Nimz~ September 08, 2006
Iced Cinnamon Coffee