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10 Addictive Iced Coffee Recipes to Sip On This Summer

  • How Sweet It Is

    Fresh Mint Iced Coffee

    This isn't your ordinary iced coffee recipe. The coffee ice cubes and homemade mint syrup will make every other cup pale by comparison. Bonus: The mint might counteract any coffee breath, so it's a win-win.

    Get the recipe: Fresh Mint Iced Coffee

  • Paleo Hacks

    Coconut Cowgirl Coffee

    I'm sure by now you've heard the buzz about bulletproof coffee—coffee blended with butter and oil. This iced coffee recipe is based on that concept with coconut oil providing healthy fat. Vanilla extract and unsweetened cocoa powder round out the flavor for a guilt-free treat.

    Get the recipe: Coconut Cowgirl Coffee

  • The Cookie Rookie

    Skinny Caramel Frappé

    You walk into a coffee shop, see the frappuccinos with the caramel syrup and mounds of whipped cream and suddenly *need* to have one. But then you look at the calorie count and swiftly change your mind. Defeat! This sugar-free frappé recipe is your answer to that craving without the guilt.

    Get the recipe: Skinny Caramel Frappé

  • The First Mess

    Golden Milk Iced Coffee

    Spiced turmeric milk, or golden milk as it's called, is a great way to take advantage of the many anti-inflammatory benefits of turmeric. This summer, try this typically hot drink served as a superfood version of iced coffee instead. (Then try these: Tasty Recipes to Add Turmeric to Your Life.) Don't forget the grind of black pepper—it maximizes the absorption of the turmeric.

    Get the recipe: Golden Milk Iced Coffee

  • Bea's Cookbook

    Cinnamon Iced Coffee

    It doesn't get any easier than this drink recipe—it only has four ingredients and you probably already have them in your kitchen. Make the coffee ice cubes the night before. The next morning you'll just put several in a glass and pour the milk of your choice on the top.

    Get the recipe: Cinnamon Iced Coffee

  • Celebrating Sweets

    Iced Matcha Green Tea Latte

    OK, so this isn't technically an iced coffee recipe. But for anyone who prefers their caffeine in the form of tea, this is for you. Matcha is high in antioxidants, boosts your concentration, increases energy, and burns calories—making it the perfect drink to start your day.

    Get the recipe: Iced Matcha Green Tea Latte

  • Leelalicious

    Vietnamese-Style Iced Coffee

    The secret ingredient in Vietnamese-style coffee is sweetened condensed milk. Since this addition is high in sugar and calories, you'll want to stick with only a tablespoon and reserve this drink for when you want a treat.

    Get the recipe: Vietnamese-Style Iced Coffee

  • Minimalist Baker

    Cold Brew Caramel Frappuccino

    As soon as the weather warms up, your brew taste buds automatically switch from hot coffee to cold. Celebrate iced coffee season with this caramel frappuccino—sweetened with homemade caramel sauce made from dates.

    Get the recipe: Cold Brew Caramel Frappuccino

  • Live Eat Learn

    Wake Me Up Coffee Smoothie

    Never again will you have to choose between eating breakfast or drinking coffee on your morning commute. This smoothie has a banana, oats, and nut butter plus half a cup of coffee.

    Get the recipe: Wake Me Up Coffee Smoothie

  • Averie Cooks

    Creamy Boozy Iced Coffee

    Your friends are going to love this iced coffee for a Saturday morning boozy brunch. Frangelico, a liqueur flavored with hazelnuts, brown sugar, cinnamon, cocoa, and vanilla extract, gives this iced coffee its edge. If you keep a pitcher of iced coffee in your fridge, you can make this alcoholic java drink in one minute flat.

    Get the recipe: Creamy Boozy Iced Coffee