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I might try this with extra-strong coffee to stretch the flavor to combat the ice. That's a huge amount of cream for one cup, but might make 3 servings.
Very nice, simple iced coffee! I used lowfat milk and a spoonful of nondairy coffee creamer instead of the cream. I shook mine up with crushed ice in my cocktail shaker to get it nice and frothy. Great morning pick-me-up - thanks for sharing the recipe!
Absolutely DELICIOUS! I made it exactly as specified and loved it. Thanks a lot for sharing this recipe.
This comes from a true coffee drinker, tried this recipe in blender since I miss frap's. It's was terrile way to sweet and watery tasting. Sorry
I am not on a low-carb diet but I like to try new coffee recipes; this was very pleasant but I found it a bit too sweet for my personal taste! Being on a low-fat diet for most of the time, the cream made me feel a bit guilty - but I soon got over that and enjoyed this coffee on a hot summer's day on the garden terrace! For me, this coffee would be a once in a while treat - made for the Comfort Cafe Summer 2009 and enjoyed thanks Lisa! FT:-)
I am not on a low carb diet, but like to try different iced coffee recipes. I saw this recipe and experimented a little. I substituted 2% milk for the heavy cream and honey for the Splenda. I'm sure this changed the low carb effect! But it was wonderful none the less!
I gave this 3 stars. I had some colded half caff coffee I wanted to use up. I didn't have heavy cream so I used fat free milk and 4 ice cubes. Over all this was good and I'll keep it on hand next time I have coffee to use up. Thanks for posting christine (internetnut)
Had a craving for iced coffee, but can't afford the carbs or price of the ones in the coffee houses. I tried your recipe, and topped it off with a TBS of cool whip, and this did the trick! Thanks for sharing!
That is alot of carbs for a cup