Atomic Coffee (Secret Recipe)
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- Ready In:
- Combine the ground coffee and water and let soak overnight.
- Strain the coffee grounds (keeping the water!).
- Combine the blender ingredients in a blender (adding desired amount of ice if you want) until blended well.
- If you don't use ice in the blender, serve over ice.
- Substitute an ice cream sandwich or two instead of milk.
- Substitute frozen soy milk for ice and milk.
- Add a little Kahlua or Baileys.
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Some chef instructors made something incredibly simolar to this for the class some few years ago. I found this recipe revelry an gave it a whirl. As good as I remember! Though my body can only handle maybe 8oz at a time before going all jittery with a caffeine overload. (possibly because I let it steep 8 hours longer than I ought to have...)
This is great! I halved the recipe, using the very last of my coffee grounds, and it was the perfect amount for me. I loved being able to get up and have my coffee ready for me! I didn't have heavy cream, and while I think it would be even better with it, the whole milk I used seemed to do the trick. The cinnamon is a great addition. Thanks, Tom&Candy!
Boy, this packs a jolt! Very good (and strong!) I used Splenda and fat-free half and half (for cream and milk). I recommend using a paper cone-type filter to strain the coffee, to get the fine sediments out. This went down very smooth, but I may be awake all night! :) Don't leave out the cinnamon, it really adds to the drink.
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<p>My name is Candy, married in 1993 to Tom. We have two kids (ages 13 and 11) and live in Austin, TX. Most of the cooking is done by Tom these days and he loves to play around and experiment with food. I own a bookkeeping business from a home office and Tom is a teacher so we stay busy and are always on the look out for something fun, fast and healthy.<br /> <br />View my all about me website for links and other information about us - <a href=http://www.candybeauchamp.com>HERE</a>. <br /> <br />We both absolutely love to read! Our kids are turning into little bookworms too :) We are all Kindle addicts and read a lot, my husband and I easily read 200 books per year between the two of us.</p>