Easy Homemade Iced Latte in 3 Simple Steps!

Hi everyone, and welcome back to the blog! I know it’s been a few weeks since my last post, but I’m back, and have a few blog posts lined up for the next few weeks, enjoy!

Today I’m sharing with you how I make my very own homemade iced latte’s! It’s so simple, and all you need is coffee, your coffee making tools, some milk and ice!

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All Photos © Dean Kealy

I’ve been making these on and off over the last few months, and I feel like I’m finally confident enough to share with you a recipe/method in which everyone who loves iced coffees will enjoy!

Step 1

Make your coffee! This is the easy part. Simply make yourself a cup of black coffee, whichever way you prefer, whether it’s with a french press, a cafetiere, with a machine or bog standard instant coffee. Make sure it’s not a massive mug though, we only need less than half a cup of coffee.

Next, your going to take 3-4 ice cubes and pop them in your freshly brewed coffee, and swish it about until the ice cubes have just about melted.

Step 1.5: (optional)

This is the point where if you like sweet coffee, you’re going to want to add your sweetener or flavorings now! Personally I enjoy mine with a teaspoon of honey, but you can add a syrup of your choice if you like. Simply add it to the coffee you’ve cooled, and stir.

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Froth your milk

Step 2

The next step is to froth your milk, and make it nice and fluffy, to really make it the ‘latte’ part of the drink. Take your milk, any kind will do, I personally use non-dairy (almond, coconut, soya etc), but normal dairy milk works too. What you want is about a 2/3rd ratio to your coffee. To froth it, simply pour the milk into a french press, and plunge it consistently for about 30 seconds until it gets nice and fluffy. If you don’t have a french press: you can pop the milk into a leak proof container or a protein shaker, and shake the crap out of it until it goes fluffy.

 

Step 3

We’re on the home stretch now. Pour your cooled coffee into a glass, mason jar, whatever you want, and pop as much ice as you like in with it. Next, your going to take that lovely frothy milk, but instead of just pouring it directly in on top of your coffee, you’re going to take a table spoon, and pour the milk over the tablespoon in on top of the coffee. This make the milk sit on top of the coffee and drip down into it giving a really visual effect.

Final Step:

Grab yourself a reusable straw (no plastic here thank you very much!), pop it into your iced latte, and don’t forget to Instagram the shit out of that thing, because damn! Now you can enjoy your very own homemade iced latte!

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Enjoy!
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