Vanilla latte on ice
Ice and ice cream are classics of the summer that keep us cool. Additionally, you require a healthy meal and a dose of coffee to increase your energy at exam time. This recipe for iced vanilla latte, a wonderful and refreshing cold coffee you may brew to revive yourself, especially while you’re pulling an all-nighter reviewing your notes, is provided because it is too hot for a flowing cup of coffee.
vanilla ice cream
Since vanilla ice cream pairs so well with coffee’s flavour, it is added to the dish to improve the flavour. It can always be replaced with any other ice cream flavour, such chocolate or coffee.
You can change the amount of coffee in this recipe to suit your preferences; I made the liquid coffee combination by combining one teaspoon of instant coffee powder with two teaspoons of sugar in around a quarter cup of hot water.
You won’t get the froth that results from blending because this recipe is so straightforward and doesn’t call for it how cold coffee is often made. But vanilla ice cream’s richness makes up for it, giving this beverage a thick, creamy mouthfeel.
Ice vanilla latte is a cafe-inspired beverage that you can make at home quickly and effortlessly. All you need to do is pour everything into a glass and give it a little swirl.
• Two vanilla ice cream scoops
3/4 cup of milk
4 Cubed ice
• 1 optional scoop of ice cream on top
• Coffee brew
In order to make coffee:
A teaspoon of instant coffee
• To taste or 2 tablespoons of sugar
• 1/4 cup of warm water
Combine coffee, sugar, and boiling water in a cup. Prior to usage, let it cool.
Pour milk, vanilla ice cream, ice cubes, and coffee mixture into a glass. Enjoy after stirring and topping with a scoop of ice cream!
Now, wasn’t that simple? So why are you still waiting? Make yourself an iced vanilla latte and enjoy it cold to give your brain the jolt it needs from sugar and caffeine.