Iced Peppermint Coffee
I have another delicious iced coffee recipe for you today. Back in October I shared my delicious (and easy to make recipe for Iced Pumpkin Coffee). Today, I have a recipe for an Iced Peppermint Coffee. I love making seasonal coffee-house beverages at home. It tastes just as good and best of all I can control what goes in it. And if I want a little extra sugar or syrup ok and maybe some whipped cream I can have it all!
I didn’t have traditional candy canes on hand for this recipe. I had the chalky-melt in your mouth type. They actually worked great (despite not really being able to crumble like I wanted them too). Over time they disintegrated into the coffee making it that much more pepperminty (yes that is a word).
I used this Torani peppermint coffee sauce that I found during my last trip to World Market. I had to buy it plus I also found a dark chocolate and white chocolate sauce. So get ready–I’m sure I’ll have more coffee recipes in my future! Of course I also add in paper straws because they are fun. Of course they aren’t fun once they start to get mushy on you. But I tend to drink my coffee really fast so I never have to deal with this happening to me!
Pick up the peppermint sauce and make Iced Peppermint Coffee (again and again and again). The one $6 bottle will make you a dozen cups of iced coffee where as you would spend close to $6 on just one iced coffee!
Make a seasonal coffee house favorite at home all year round!
Yield: 2 - 10 OZ. COFFEES
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 5 minutes
- 16 oz freshly brewed coffee, chilled
- 1/4 cup half and half
- 1/4 cup powdered sugar
- 1/4 cup peppermint bark coffee syrup
- whipped cream
- crushed candy canes
- In a large bowl mix together the chilled coffee with half and half, powdered sugar, and peppermint bark coffee syrup. Whisk until incorporated.
- Drizzle additional peppermint bark coffee syrup around the rim of the glass, moving around in a circular motion. Then add ice, fill the glass with peppermint coffee. Top with whipped cream and crushed candy canes. Enjoy
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