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If you’re getting bored of your regular coffee, you need to try this delicious frozen coffee recipe! It is vegan, dairy-free, gluten-free and a tasty way to start your day!
What is frozen coffee you may ask? It is a thick, icy coffee that is made with coffee that is frozen into cubes, then blended. You can add a variety of ingredients to create different flavors, and this one has a delicious peanut butter taste that is to die for!
Why you’ll love this frozen coffee
This frozen coffee is:
- Easy to make
- So delicious
- Thick and icy
- Coffee and peanut butter goodness!
*Ingredient quantities and instruction can be found in the recipe box further down.
Here is what you will need to make this recipe:
- Coffee: Any coffee you like will work. You will need to make 1 cup of black coffee, then freeze into cubes.
- Oat milk: I find that oat milk gives the best texture and flavor in all of my coffee drinks.
- Peanut butter: I use all-natural peanut butter that is made with only peanuts. For this recipe though, any type of peanut butter will work.
- Maple syrup: Adding maple syrup will give this frozen coffee some sweetness without the use of refined sugar.
- Vanilla extract: A splash of vanilla adds some flavor to this coffee.
How to make frozen coffee
Making frozen coffee is super easy, although it will take a long time if you haven’t already frozen the coffee.
Start by making one cup of black coffee, then pour it into an ice cube tray and place it in the freezer.
You will need to wait several hours for the coffee to freeze. Make sure that the cubes are fully frozen, all the way through.
Once the coffee is frozen, simply add the coffee cubes to your blender along with all of the other ingredients.
Blend and enjoy!
Read these tips to ensure this recipe comes out perfectly!
- Make sure the coffee cubes are completely frozen. Sometimes it looks like they are frozen on top, but they aren't frozen all the way through yet. Take one cube out first to check that it is completely frozen. If you blend everything with coffee cubes that aren't completely frozen, you will get a thinner texture as opposed to a thick, icy texture.
- Start by adding just ½ cup of oat milk to your blender. After blending, check the consistency of your frozen coffee and add a bit more oat milk if needed. If you don’t add enough oat milk, this frozen coffee will be super thick and icy and it may be difficult to drink it through a straw. But if you add too much oat milk your frozen coffee may end up being too thin. So make sure you add additional oat milk slowly, then blend and test the texture. I find ½ cup + 2 tablespoons to be the ideal amount of oat milk.
- You can omit the peanut butter if you’d like, but I really think it takes this frozen coffee to the next level!
- If you want a sweeter drink, go ahead and add some more maple syrup or another sweetener that you enjoy.
More vegan coffee recipes:
Peanut Butter Frozen Coffee
- Make one cup of black coffee. Make sure you measure it to be exactly one cup, then pour it into an ice cube tray and place it in the freezer.
- Once the coffee cubes are completely frozen (which will take several hours), add them to a blender with all other ingredients and blend until smooth.
Nutrition information is an estimate generated from a nutrition calculator. There may be errors here or variations based on ingredients you use.