Iced Coffee Recipes

Iced Coffee Recipes!

These drinks are real treats.

You can make them with real milk , if you tolerate dairy well, or with coconut milk.

iced coffee recipes

Save caffeinated iced coffee for special occasions. Or, if you're a coffee-drink "addict", do your best to switch to decaf by gradually combining it with your caffeinated coffee. Your immune system and adrenal glands will thank you.

We use stevia to sweeten these sugar free iced coffee recipes. Liquid stevia extract is the type I prefer.

What is stevia?

You can also use roasted chicory root in place of coffee for a healthy iced coffee recipes alternative. Or try roasted dandelion root (also supports liver health) These drinks are not taxing on the immune system or adrenals the way coffee can be.

You can grind and brew them just like you would coffee. In fact, they look just like coffee once brewed!

They have no caffeine and a milder flavor than coffee. Both are also easier on sensitive stomachs than coffee, because they're not acidic the way coffee is.

Making a strong brew of roasted chicory root or dandelion root works great in place of coffee or espresso for these recipes.

I also am a fan of natural coffee substitutes like Teechino, Caffe Roma, Cafix, or Pero (look for them in your natural foods store, you won't find them in most regular grocery stores). They are made with roasted barley as one of the ingredients, so not completely gluten free. Teechino  producers report that the brewed product tests as gluten free. I never notice a bad reaction when I drink any of these products, and I do tend to be somewhat sensitive to gluten. If you have tested positive for celiac or are avoiding gluten in any form then avoid these products unless you know you are safe drinking Teechino.

In the frappe recipes I've given the option of adding an organic egg yolk. It's a great way to increase the nutritional value of these drinks and you won't notice it in the texture or flavor of the drink. Save the egg whites to make macaroons or meringues if you like.

If you're lucky enough to have access to fresh coconut milk, by all means enjoy it in these recipes! Otherwise, make sure the ingredients on your canned coconut milk are nothing but pure, unsweetened 100% coconut milk, with no preservatives or thickening agents added if possible.

Enjoy these iced coffee recipes, and if you have one you'd like to share, send it along!

Iced Coffee Recipes
Sugar Free Recipes

Iced Coffee Latte (no dairy, sugar free)
2 servings

1 (14 oz) can pure, unsweetened coconut milk or real milk
1/2 cup very strong brewed decaf coffee or decaf espresso
5 drops liquid stevia extract (more or less to taste)*

Mix all ingredients well, pour into a tall glass filled with ice cubes if you like, and serve with a straw.

*Omit the stevia if you prefer your drink unsweetened.

Iced Coffee Recipes
Sugar Free Recipes


Iced Coffee Frozen Frappe (no dairy, sugar free)
2 servings

1 (14 oz) can pure, unsweetened coconut milk or real milk
1/2 cup very strong brewed decaf coffee or decaf espresso
5 drops liquid stevia extract (more or less to taste)*
optional - 1 organic free range egg yolk
1 cup crushed ice cubes

Place everything in a blender, blend well, pour into a tall glass, over more ice cubes if you like, and serve with a straw.

*Omit the stevia if you prefer your drink unsweetened.


Cinnamon Iced Coffee Latte (no dairy, sugar free)
2 servings

1 (14 oz) can pure, unsweetened coconut milk or real milk
1/2 cup very strong brewed decaf coffee or decaf espresso
5 drops liquid stevia extract (more or less to taste)*
1/4 teaspoon cinnamon

Mix all ingredients well, pour into a tall glass filled with ice cubes if you like, and serve with a straw.

*Omit the stevia if you prefer your drink unsweetened.

Iced Coffee Recipes
Sugar Free Recipes

Cinnamon Iced Coffee Frozen Frappe (no dairy, sugar free)
2 servings

1 (14 oz) can pure, unsweetened coconut milk or real milk
1/2 cup very strong brewed decaf coffee or decaf espresso
5 drops liquid stevia extract (more or less to taste)*
1/4 teaspoon cinnamon
optional - 1 organic free range egg yolk
1 cup crushed ice cubes

Place everything in a blender, blend well, pour into a tall glass, over more ice cubes if you like, and serve with a straw.

*Omit the stevia if you prefer your drink unsweetened.


Almond Vanilla Iced Coffee Latte (no dairy, sugar free)
2 servings

1 (14 oz) can pure, unsweetened coconut milk or real milk
1/2 cup very strong brewed decaf coffee or decaf espresso
5 drops liquid stevia extract (more or less to taste)*
2 drops pure vanilla extract**
2 drops pure almond extract

Mix all ingredients well, pour into a tall glass filled with ice cubes if you like, and serve with a straw.

*Omit the stevia if you prefer your drink unsweetened.

** The easiest way to measure out small liquid quantities is to use eye droppers type dispensers. I keep my old bottles of tinctures with their eye droppers for using in other applications, such as a recipe like this! You can purchase eye dropper dispensers at many natural food stores or herb stores (if they don't carry them in stock, ask if they can order a few for you - they're great to have around).


Almond Vanilla Iced Coffee Frozen Frappe (no dairy, sugar free)
2 servings

1 (14 oz) can pure, unsweetened coconut milk or real milk
1/2 cup very strong brewed decaf coffee or decaf espresso
5 drops liquid stevia extract (more or less to taste)*
2 drops pure vanilla extract**
2 drops pure almond extract
optional - 1 organic free range egg yolk
1 cup crushed ice cubes

Place everything in a blender, blend well, pour into a tall glass, over more ice cubes if you like, and serve with a straw.

*Omit the stevia if you prefer your drink unsweetened.

** The easiest way to measure out small liquid quantities is to use eye droppers type dispensers. I keep my old bottles of tinctures with their eye droppers for using in other applications, such as a recipe like this.



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