I'm new to the coffee world, I just became addicted just a short few months ago. I have always been a tea drinker but a trip to visit friends in May turned me into a full fledged coffee drinker. So when Green Mountain Coffee® contacted me and asked me to become a K-Cup Ambassador, I said yes!
I found out that I love iced coffee…am obsessed with it. I'm on the sweeter side when it comes to my coffee. I totally get it from my Mom, she puts five million sugars in her coffee.
Every month, Green Mountain Coffee is going to be sending me a new flavor of their K-Cups…and August was their Wild Mountain Blueberry K-Cup. Have you ever had coffee that smelled like the flavor but didn't taste like it? Yep, you know what I'm talking about. This coffee actually tastes like blueberries and it's great. Smooth tasting and I had to make it into an iced coffee.
First, I add the sweetened condensed milk to the bottom of my cup, brew the wild mountain blueberry coffee via my Keurig brewer. When it's finished brewing, mix the coffee and milk really good. Taste and add more milk if needed. Then add about 2 cups of ice and I mixed it with a chopstick. (I use chopsticks a lot as a cooking utensil. 🙂 )
It kinda reminds me of Vietnamese Iced Coffee with a blueberry flavor. Enjoy, enjoy.
Blueberry Iced Coffee Recipe
- 2-3 Tablespoons sweetened condensed milk
- 1 Green Mountain Coffee Wild Mountain Blueberry Coffee K-Cup or your favorite flavor
- 2 cups of ice not crushed
- Add sweetened condensed milk to a heatproof cup (at least 16-20 ounces). Brew K-Cup according to your Keurig brewer manufacturer instructions.
- Mix thoroughly after done brewing. Add additional milk to taste. Add ice and mix with a long spoon or chopstick. Enjoy!
And just for The Little Kitchen readers, here's a promotional code for you. Use YUMMY 8172. This promo code offers 15% off all Green Mountain Coffee® flavored coffees available in K-Cup® packs – including Brew Over Ice. Hurry, the code is good until September 12, 2012.
Disclosure: I'm a paid Green Mountain Coffee K-Cup ambassador. I only share with you my favorite brands and all opinions expressed are always my own.