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Tipsy Iced Coffee

I hope you're enjoying #BrunchWeek so far, I know I am! I am a huge fan of iced coffee, I drink it pretty much year round.  I didn't think there would be a way to improve on it, but then I found this Tipsy Iced Coffee on the Taste of Home site.


First you start off with your favorite brand and flavor of coffee.  I went with Door County Coffee & Tea Co's Highlander Grogg.  I brewed four cups and then split it between two containers.

Since the coffee has notes of caramel and Irish Cream, Baileys was my first choice for alcohol and I added it to one. 

My other go-to liqueur is Kahlua, so I added that to the second one. I popped them both in the freezer, got sidetracked and completely forgot about them til the next day.

I was able to use a metal spatula and chip it into pieces.  This recipe is called iced coffee, but it's really more of a granita.  To-may-to, to-mah-to, it's delicious no matter what you call it.

I used an ice cream scoop to load it into ball jars.  You can do all of one kind or mix them both together.

I'd planned on making the whipped cream from scratch but it was just a crazy week and I had canned real dairy whipped cream so I went with it.  I initially popped straws into them but ended up eating it with a spoon.

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Tipsy Iced Coffee

Tipsy Iced Coffee
Author: Jolene's Recipe Journal

Ingredients

  • 4 cups strong brewed coffee- I used Door County Coffee & Tea Co. Highlander Grogg
  • 1/4 cup sugar
  • 1/2 cup Kahlua or Baileys or liqueur of your choice
  • Store bought real dairy whipped cream OR make your own

Instructions

  1. In a large bowl, whisk coffee, liqueur and 1/4 cup sugar. Cool to room temperature.
  2. Transfer to an 8-in. square dish. Freeze 1 hour. Stir with a fork. Freeze 2-3 hours longer or until completely frozen, stirring every 30 minutes.
  3. To serve, stir mixture with a fork; spoon into glasses. Top with whipped cream. Serve immediately.
coffee, Kahlua, Baileys
cocktails, spiked coffee, grownup coffee
American

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Comments

  1. Great choices on the liqueurs Jolene. This is a perfect summertime after dinner treat.

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  2. Oh man. I don't work in the summer so I can see this quickly becoming a favorite!

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  3. I've added booze to hot coffee but why not (really) iced! Genius!

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  4. I've been loving the iced coffee this season too, but this tipsy iced coffee is perfect for chilling out by the pool in the evening!!

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  5. I am commenting from Door County, WI and they have the best coffee. I love this recipe- it is so creative and delicious!

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  6. A delicious and creative iced coffee! Great flavors.

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