Prep 2 mins
Cook 0 mins
You may use any flavor of ice cream that you like but you don't want any with fruit/nuts in it. Use Sugar Free (or No Sugar Added) ice cream for a diabetic treat.
- 2 scoops vanilla ice cream
- 4 tablespoons of strong brewed coffee, cold
- 1⁄4 teaspoon unsweetened cocoa powder
- Combine all ingredients in a blender.
- Blend until smooth.
- Pour into a tall glasses and serve.
Mmm!! this was very very nice. I used vanilla diabetic ice cream and millicano whole bean instant coffee and a really good cocoa powder. it was great. I love coffee in everything but a hot drink I just don't like it hot, but it's so nice when it's cold like this so cooling and creamy on a nice hot sunny day. I didn't have a big glass full but for me it was just enough, I guess my scoops were small. This will be made as a regular my friend that comes to visit is a coffee aholic and she will just love this I can't wait. Thank you for posting. Made for touring the world with the diabetic forum. June 2011
I made 4 - 2 were the same size photographed and the other 2 were slightly bigger but we all thoroughly enjoyed as dessert on this hot Christmas day. Once I poured into the glasses I returned them to freezer to firm up a little giving them a stir every now and then to break up the ice crystals. The small ones froze quite firmly were the larger ones were firm on the top but made for a nice icy cold drink as you removed the top layer. I used a creamy french vanilla icecream and put a little drinking chocolate on top and served with a wafer. Thank you Annacia, made for Gimme 5.
Delicious! I enjoyed this cup of coffee out on my patio, along with the fresh breeze we had. This was just great without any added sugar. I will make this again this weekend. Thanks for posting. Made for Comfort Cafe 09