These mocha iced coffee cubes are the perfect way to keep your iced coffee bold, while adding a fun flavor twist. They’re gluten free, dairy free, and a great easy to make treat.
Oh how I love me some iced coffee. I’m sure this comes as a shock to all since I’ve never, ever mentioned it. I’ve surely never posted a picture of me drinking iced coffee on Instagram….
Though I get my fair share of iced coffee on the go, I love making it at home too. I even perfected my own homemade cold-brew method before it was trendy and cool. Luckily I’ve discovered something way way easier than a coffee filter precariously balanced on top of a strainer on top of a pitcher…and actual cold brew set.
Iced Coffee Cubes
But the best part of making iced coffee at home is that I can load my cup up with iced coffee cubes before filling it with cold brew, meaning if I don’t get to chug it down in one gulp, it doesn’t end up in a watered-down mess.
Here’s a fun twist on plain-old coffee ice cubes, which give your iced coffee just a hint of mocha character without being overwhelming.
Simply combine leftover coffee or some cold-brew, Almond Breeze Almondmilk chocolate, and a dash of cinnamon. Pour into ice cube trays and freeze so your iced coffee cubes are ready whenever your next cup is calling. Which is always.
Or you know, just eat them plain, like some unnamed three year old.
This “Easy as Breeze” post was originally sponsored by Almond Breeze Almondmilk.