So, you want to try a unique and delicious iced coffee that you can make right in your own kitchen? Here are the directions on how to make a butterscotch iced coffee with just a few things that you could find in your cabinets, such as a blender, butterscotch morsels, vanilla almond bark and a blender. Here are a few simple steps to make about a small pitcher of iced butterscotch coffee:
1. Brew a pot of coffee. I like to use Folgers, as it’s not too costly while still having a good flavor. Choose your favorite boldness, whether you use Folgers, Starbucks, Maxwell house or any other brand of coffee.
2. Let the pot of coffee cool. This is so that the ice and other ingredients don’t melt too quickly, creating a watered down mess of lukewarm, foamy coffee.
3. Add about a cup of coffee to your blender. This is so that you don’t burn up the motor to your blender by chopping up the ice and other ingredients. Always use some kind of liquid in a blender to make it run properly. The rest of the coffee will be added later.
4. Add about a cup of butterscotch morsels. These can be bought at most grocery stores. They look like little Hershey’s kisses, only their an orange color.
5. Add a small brick of vanilla almond bark. This is what I like to use in my iced coffee, as it adds flavor and I like any kind of white chocolate, however this step can be left out.
6. Mix the ingredients together. Blend the ingredients together by putting your blender setting on ‘mix’ or one of the slower speeds, so the mixture doesn’t get too foamy.
7. Add the rest of the coffee and ice. Poor in about 3 cups of coffee and about 2 cups of ice.
8. Blend the coffee mixture. I like to use a slower speed for about 20 seconds until it sounds like the ice is chopped up. Some people like bigger pieces of ice in their iced coffee, so you may want to try blending it a little less and try a little bit to see what the consistency is.
Poor your freshly made butterscotch iced coffee into your favorite thermos and enjoy! You can also make hot butterscotch coffee as well, just leave out the ice.
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