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In this article, you’ll discover the best way to make iced coffee in Keurig. Only 3 steps, there’s no waiting or planning, and it’s less than $1 per serving!
Today, I’m going to show you how to how to make the perfect iced coffee at home with a Keurig coffee maker. This recipe is quick, doesn’t require any planning and it’s less than $1 per serving. Full recipe at the end of this post.
Can you make iced coffee with a Keurig
Absolutely. With this Keurig iced recipe, you can save your cash and enjoy a delicious iced coffee at home. Not only will you fall in love with the taste, but you’ll also swoon over how insanely easy it is to put together.
You also don’t need a special Keurig that makes iced coffee. You can make this recipe with any Keurig model.
How to make iced coffee with Keurig without ice melting?
I came up with this recipe a few years ago and the feedback I get from readers is always amazing. This method guarantees that your iced coffee is never watery and diluted.
I know that Starbucks does it differently (huge tumblers and a ton of ice), but using too many ice cubes isn’t good. I use only 4-5 ice cubes per serving. Obviously, if you use too much ice, you’ll end up with a watery cup of coffee.
The best thing about this k cup iced coffee is that you don’t have to wait for the coffee to cool down or make coffee ice cubes in advance. You just need to pour the coffee slowly. It is seriously one of the most simple iced coffee recipes.
Do I need special iced coffee k cups?
No, they don’t make some special Keurig iced coffee pods. 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 k-cups for iced coffee. They hold their flavor and don’t taste watered down when iced.
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How to make iced coffee in Keurig
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 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 all at once. Do a little pour at the time, it’s the best part.
3. Add 4 oz cold milk, or half and half, stir well, taste, and if needed, add sugar to sweeten. I tend to skip the sugar but if you like your coffee sweet, you can certainly add 1 or 2 teaspoons.
Add in some vanilla creamer or caramel syrup if you like, and you’ve got yourself a drink you’ll love and enjoy all year long!
For vegetarian or dairy-free: 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 Vietnamese coffee with your Keurig, first, brew the k-cup at the smallest cup setting and slowly pour over ice cubes. Add 2 – 3 tablespoons sweetened condensed milk and stir. Splash in some half and half. Talk about yum!
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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