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Old 01-09-2018, 12:49 PM   #1
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LOOKING FOR ICED COFFEE.....

My husband [B]LOVES[B] ICED COFFEE FROM THE DIARY CASE, DOES ANYONE HAVE A RECIPE FOR IT, THAT THEY WOULD SHARE.
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Old 02-15-2018, 06:05 AM   #2
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well since no one else posted, has your husband considered bulletproof coffee? You can sweeten with stevia if you like but if you make this a chill it down, maybe up the cream a little it might work for him.

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Old 02-16-2018, 06:27 AM   #3
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I had some time to look around and it looks like iced coffee has half-and-half
and cream, as well as sugar. You can substitute half cream and half water for the half-and-half. Cream with whipping bream and sugar with your low-carb sweetener of choice.

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Old 02-16-2018, 05:39 PM   #4
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thanks

We have tried it and he loves it. thanks
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Old 02-17-2018, 05:43 AM   #5
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Try iced coffee concentrates that are unsweetened usually in the dairy case and on the shelves where they sell other bottled coffees. Just add heavy cream and sweetener of your choice.
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Old 03-15-2018, 10:42 AM   #6
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It is a lot easier to find unsweetened coffee in the refrigerator cases in my grocery stores than just a few years ago. Chameleon is an organic brand that is very good -- it is organic and a concentrate, so you can dilute it. Starbucks and another brand name that is not coming to mind are generally available. A local coffee shop also has a bottled unsweetened version for sale. It certainly is easy to make, but also a convenience to have some in the frig. I also like it when traveling by car. I always check labels to be sure there is not added sugar.

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I have been puzzled by Starbucks unsweetened that still shows some carb content.
Anyone know about this?
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Stok was the other name I was trying to remember.
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Old 03-16-2018, 04:49 AM   #9
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My recipe is just to put coffee (coarse ground) into a jar of water overnight, and then strain it through a coffee filter the next day. Some instructions say to put grounds into cheesecloth -- that would take away the need to strain, but I rarely have cheesecloth in the house.
Sometimes I just make my usual cup of coffee (boiling water over cup filter), and let it go cool. Usually this is because I got distracted by something and forgot to drink it, but turns out its just about as good as the stuff brewed by other methods.
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thanks, everyone

thanks for all the replies, we tried most of them and really enjoy the bulletproof coffee!!!
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thanks for all the replies, we tried most of them and really enjoy the bulletproof coffee!!!
The bulletproof coffee is delicious
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Old 05-05-2018, 08:08 AM   #12
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I have been puzzled by Starbucks unsweetened that still shows some carb content.
Anyone know about this?
They put classic syrup or sugar syrupin the unsweetened coffee so order or no classic.
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I make my own cold brew. I found LARGE coffee/tea bags on Amazon. I fill the bags with 75-80 grams of ground coffee. Put the bag in a quart mason jar and fill with bottled water. Put the lid on and let the coffee 'steep' for 24 hours. After 24 hours discard the big coffee/tea bag and you now have coffee concentrate. Do not attempt to squeeze the coffee bag. You will break the bag and have coffee grounds all over creation. The coffee concentrate will last up to 7 days in the refrigerator. I use about 2-3 oz of the concentrated coffee to 16 oz of water. Add ice as desired. I use about 2 T of heavy cream and 5-7 drops of Sweet Leaf flavored/unflavored sweetener.
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My recipe is just to put coffee (coarse ground) into a jar of water overnight, and then strain it through a coffee filter the next day. Some instructions say to put grounds into cheesecloth -- that would take away the need to strain, but I rarely have cheesecloth in the house.
Sometimes I just make my usual cup of coffee (boiling water over cup filter), and let it go cool. Usually this is because I got distracted by something and forgot to drink it, but turns out its just about as good as the stuff brewed by other methods.
Amazon sells cold brew coffee/tea bags. No mess. NO Grounds.
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