This recipe will save you so much money this summer! Learn the best way to make iced coffee with Keurig – only 3 steps, no waiting or planning, and it’s less than $1 per serving!
“Perfect proportions! This is a very nice drink and such a bargain.” – Kate
Iced beverages are kind of expensive – they can cost anywhere between three to five dollars. But, did you know that you can make iced coffee at home with Keurig for less than $1 per serving? It’s effortless and I’ll show you exactly how to do it so you can enjoy iced coffee at home every day.
Most people avoid making iced coffee because they think they can’t do it right. The coffee is often too weak or watery and it doesn’t taste good.
Today I’m sharing a proven method for making the best tasting iced coffee with Keurig brewers. I created this recipe a couple of years ago and it works for so many people, so I know you can do it too!
You don’t have to wait for the coffee to cool down, make coffee ice cubes, or do anything in advance. It’s the easiest and fastest recipe ever and the taste is incredible. Here’s how to make iced coffee with Keurig:
Keurig Iced Coffee Recipe
You will need:
1 regular dark roasted k cup of your choice
4 large ice cubes
4 ounces cold milk, or half and half
1. Brew one dark roasted k-cup at a 4-ounce cup setting. If you don’t have the 4 oz cup setting, you can use the 6 oz cup size.
2. Place 4 large ice cubes in a tall glass and pour the coffee over the ice cubes. You don’t have to wait for the coffee to cool, but you will need to pour the coffee slowly – don’t just pour it all at once. Do a little pour at the time, this is really important.
3. Add 4 oz cold milk, or half and half, stir and sweeten to taste.
Effortless. Add vanilla syrup for a homemade iced vanilla latte, or caramel sauce for an iced caramel macchiato, and you’ve got yourself a drink you’ll enjoy all summer.
Vegetarian and dairy-free: To make this iced coffee vegetarian or dairy-free, simply substitute milk with almond, coconut milk, or oat milk.
Make it even better: The only thing that makes this iced coffee even more delicious is sweetened condensed milk. To make copycat Vietnamese coffee, do the first two steps then add 2 or 3 Tbsp sweetened condensed milk instead of milk. Splash in half and half and stir. Delish.
Can you make this iced coffee with any Keurig
Absolutely. You don’t need Keurig with the iced coffee option. You can make this recipe with any Keurig model.
Do I need some special k cups?
You can use any of your favorite regular k-cups. I do recommend using bold, dark roasted k cups for the best taste.
Best k cups for iced coffee
These are some of my favorite regular k-cups for iced coffee. They hold their flavor and don’t taste watered down when iced.
Brew Over Ice K cups
Keurig cold brew
Cold brew coffee concentrate is made by steeping coffee grounds in cold water for 12 to 24 hours. The result is noticeably less acidic coffee, a smooth, strong cup with natural sweetness.
Since the cold brew is prepared in a completely different way than how you make coffee with a Keurig, you can’t make cold brew concentrate with a Keurig machine.
Here’s how to make cold brew concentrate at home.
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