I enjoy a nice cup of cold ice-coffee, but I also know that it’s not a very nutritional choice, so I often make these 3 substitutions to make it a little healthier.
- Often I make it with decaf coffee instead of regular to cut back on the caffeine.
- Instead of using regular white sugar or artificial sweetener, I use honey or sugar in the raw, which is sugar that’s been less processed.
- I substitute the creamer for milk, which helps me get my milk intake.
To make the ice coffee, simply brew a pot of coffee then mix in the sugar or honey and let it cool. Make sure to add the sugar or honey while the coffee’s still hot or it won’t dissolve as easily. Then add the milk and some ice and enjoy!
This post is linked at Tammy’s Recipes for Kitchen Tip Tuesdays.