Iced Coffee

Shawn Tuterow-Fridley


I like to use different flavored creamers and different flavored coffees for this recipe. It is quite refreshing and cheaper then Starbucks.


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How to Make Iced Coffee


  1. Brew a pot of coffee, pour into a gallon container,
    I usually use the same gallon jug I am pouring my
    water from. I generally shut off the coffee
    maker after the first pot has brewed then fill the
    water resivour for my next pot.There is
    usually about 16 ounces or so left in the jug, I
    drink half and save the rest. Now dump the coffee
    into the jug and make a fresh pot of coffee. To the
    jug I add the flavored creamer then add 3/4 cup of sugar. When your second pot of coffee is brewed add it to the gallon jug shake well and refrigerate overnite.
    The Lattee' part of the Iced coffee is the whipped
    topping put ontop. If you want lattee' just add
    a dulop of whipped topping.

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