So, you’ve hopped on the cold brew wagon…now what?
Sure, you could keep things simple by going the traditional route — sipping the coffee as is or diluting it with milk or water. A more adventurous coffee drinker, however, might have a bit more fun making one of the unique cold brew recipes we found.
These drinks span a wide variety of flavors, from sweet chocolate to crisp mint, so no matter your preferences, we have no doubts you’ll find something on this list that hits the spot.
Chocolate Caramel Affogato
Strength & Sunshine’s chocolate caramel affogato is just like having dessert in a cup — plus, it gives you a nice kick of caffeine! Use this recipe the next time you’re entertaining a crowd; friends and family will love this creamy and chocolatey coffee treat for sure.
When life gives you lemons, you make...coffee? Yep, you read that right! This blend of cold brew, orange juice, and lemon juice may sound a bit strange, but after one sip, we think you might be making this refreshing beverage all summer long.
Cold Brew Iced Coffee
Since all of the recipes on this round-up require the use of cold brew, it’s a good idea for you to know how to make this chilled coffee concentrate, right? The process is pretty straightforward, and Amanda’s Cookin’ walks you through each step here.
Mint Mojito Iced Coffee
Philz Coffee lovers know just how good the franchise’s mint mojito iced coffee is on a hot summer afternoon. But what do you do if you want to give it a try but don’t live near a Philz storefront? You make it yourself, of course, and you use this recipe to do it. Pull out your favorite cold brew, a cocktail shaker, cream, sugar, and, of course, fresh mint leaves, and you can see what all the hype is about in no time.
Iced Boba Coffee
If you’re anything like us, Roasty reader, boba has probably become one of your latest obsessions. Unfortunately, fueling said obsession can add up pretty quickly. If your boba habit’s becoming hard on your budget, check out this boba coffee recipe from Budget Delicious. Your taste buds and bank account will thank you.
Sweet Iced Caramel Latte
It’s easy to feed your iced caramel latte obsession, especially since there’s a coffee shop on pretty much every corner. The drink is pretty much a coffee community staple, and that’s why we think any at-home barista needs to know how to make a good one. Fortunately, we’ve got a recipe that tells you exactly what you’ll need to whip up this sweet icy treat.
Cold Brewed Iced Mocha Latte
Chocolate and coffee are undoubtedly a dynamic duo; that’s why the mocha, hot or cold, is such a popular pick among java drinkers. Use this recipe to get your fix of this joe anytime you want, whether you need a sweet morning brew or a delicious mid-afternoon pick-me-up.
Simple Vanilla Sweet Cream Cold Brew
A cup of cold brew brings a chilled caffeine boost on a particularly warm day, and topping it with vanilla sweet cream makes it all the more refreshing. Our Starbucks copycat recipe is perfect for those looking for easy ways to dress up their morning drink at home.
Pumpkin Cream Cold Brew
We don’t blame you one bit if you find yourself in the Starbucks line almost every day during the fall season — the pumpkin cream cold brew is addictive and delicious. But what if we said you could get your pumpkin spice-topped coffee fix and save a few bucks, too? It’s not too good to be true; it’s possible!
Tiramisu Cold Brew Coffee
Have your dessert, and drink it, too, with tiramisu cold brew! This recipe uses Torani syrup and sauce to take your regular old joe to the next level. The next time your sweet tooth demands attention, satisfy its needs with a cup of this stuff.
Honey Cinnamon Iced Latte
If you’ve ever tried the honey cinnamon latte that’s no doubt on the menu at many of your favorite coffee shops, you know just how delicious this sweet and spiced drink is. This homemade version from Cook Nourish Bliss hits the spot just as well as something you bought from a café — it’s easy to make and even easier to enjoy!
What is your new favorite way to drink your cold brew coffee?