I have tried to make iced coffee before but it never tasted like my favorite from Dunkin Donuts! I finally realized they were added as much milk as they were coffee, and extra sugar. Often, later in the day, after the coffee in the carafe is not so hot, I make these as a refreshing drink. You can also add a tablespoon or so of flavored creamer, like amaretto, hazelnut, etc. for some variety.
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This is a cool, light and refreshing dessert that is great for barbeques, picnics or potlucks. You just dump the 5 ingredients into a bowl, stir, chill and serve! Looks very pretty served in a clear bowl :)
I adapted this from drinksmixer.com. Be careful...it goes down a little too easy! (The original recipe uses cream instead of milk...feel free, but I have dietary restrictions so I can't have that much fat in a drink!)
We made these up for our ice cream parlor, based very loosely on a recipe I saw in a magazine. If you love regular s'mores, you'll probably love these, too. Recipe is for one...make as many as you like. These are even more delicious and decadent dipped into melted chocolate.