Hi there! How was your 4th? Are you dealing with a food hangover? I hope so!
I wish I could say the same. Instead of rockin’ it out on the grill, we were inside working on our house. This darn project just won’t get done! What’s worse is that I had photos for you and now I don’t. For whatever reason, the USB cable is all jacked up and my computer won’t recognize any of my photos! GAH! I’m gunna cry! It’s another project to add to my to-do list for the weekend.
So, are you wondering why I wrote Eiskaffee and not Iced Coffee?
Well! That’s a fair question to ask, and there’s a simple explanation for it.
Iced Coffee is coffee over ice. Okay, simple. BUT, Eiskaffee is not. Eiskaffee is coffee over… ice cream!
If you have never had Eiskaffee, and if you are a coffee addict and an ice cream lover, you need to stop whatever you are doing and get on this, stat! I LOVE this stuff!
This is the stuff that reminds me of long summer vacations, sitting at a cafe in my hometown, Bitola, Macedonia, spectator-style, on its most famous street, Sirok Sokak (wide street). Think Paris. My friends and I would sit there for hours, people-watchin’, kawffee-talkin’, braggin’ about our fun summer nights… To be 23 again!! And if you are 23, or 103, book your ticket now and go to Bitola. You won’t regret it.
You also won’t regret packin’ a few extra creamy calories with this refreshing coffee drink. It’s so simple that if you’ve never had it, you’ll probably say, why didn’t I think of that?! You can also make it with fat-free, or low-cal ice cream, if you wish, and save some room for a slice of pizza.
Normally, this drink is made with just vanilla ice cream, but I needed to boost the taste just a smidgen and that is why I make mine with both, chocolate ice cream and vanilla ice cream. You will also need a cup of really, really strong coffee. If you think you know strong, then add a bit more and make it stronger. After all, it’s a coffee drink we’re going for, not a milkshake.
- 1 cup strong brewed coffee , cold
- 1 scoop chocolate ice cream
- 1 scoop vanilla ice cream
- sugar (optional)
- whipped topping
- caramel topping
- After brewing coffee, pour it in a cup and set the cup inside a bowl filled with ice. Chill for 15 minutes.
- Scoop chocolate ice cream and vanilla ice cream into a tall glass.
- Pour the cold coffee over the ice cream.
- Taste for sweetness. Add sugar if needed.
- Top with whipped cream.
- Drizzle caramel topping.
Total Time includes chill time.
WW SmartPoints: 14
Shared with I Heart Naptime’s Sundae Scoop
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