To make this copycat recipe of Tim Horton's iced cappuccino, you need regular or decaf instant coffee, boiling water, sugar or other sweetener, cream or dairy alternative, ice cubes and a blender. First, you make a sweet coffee syrup. The syrup is blended with ice and cream.Know More
To make this iced coffee recipe, you'll need boiling water, instant regular or decaf coffee, sugar or sugar substitute, 15 percent cream and ice cubes. You can also use milk or chocolate milk in place of the cream.
Use 2 ounces of boiling water and 2 tablespoons of instant coffee per 1 cup of iced cappuccino. Stir until coffee granules are dissolved. Combine the coffee with 2 tablespoons of sugar to create a syrup. A sugar substitute can be used in place of sugar.
Put the coffee and sugar syrup into the blender with four to six ice cubes. Blend the ingredients together until the iced cappuccino has a slushy consistency. Add 1/3 cup of 15 percent cream, milk or chocolate milk to the coffee mixture, and blend the ingredients again until the beverage is frothy. Pour the iced cappuccino in a glass, and enjoy.
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