What is cold coffee? It is the Indian version of Iced Coffee, only our version has more of milk than water. I know I had promised for no-bake desserts this month. But you'll have to live in this part of the world, where it is still sunny, humid and HOT. Blistering, Scorching Sun. Damn it! There is not even a single cloud in the sky and rains are but a distant dream unlike in most part of India where it is raining cats and dogs.
So, what better than a refreshing glass of cold coffee to quench your thirst and rejuvenate your soul. Exaggerating? No, not a bit.
I am a lover of coffee and there was a time when I was so close to being an addict with a cup of coffee as soon as I wake up, 3 cups of cappuccino during my early morning work hours, a black coffee in the evening and may be one more before sleep. But there is a mindful effort to reduce my intake of caffeine. It is after about three months that I had my first sip of caffeine today, in the form of cold coffee after an intense workout in the form of Zumba. Yeah, I'm doing some conscious lifestyle changes. You got that right.
This is a very basic recipe of cold coffee without ice cream. You can enjoy it on every other day without worrying about calories. You need not have a cold coffee maker or go to your nearest CCD or Starbucks to relish this. It can be made very much at home.
I have used my favorite brand of instant coffee powder- Nescafe. Thus, the recipe doesn't call for boiling or making coffee syrup. All you need is to blend all the ingredients together.
[zrdn-recipe id="10"] [tweetthis]Life begins after Coffee. Here's Cold Coffee Recipe that you can try at home.[/tweetthis]
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