Homemade Iced Capp

It’s been an unusually hot summer here in Vancouver and we do what we can to stay cool and energized. While I don’t drink coffee, I do enjoy their cold counterparts and for the last couple months, I have been indulging in some iced coffee’s and iced capp’s as a way to cool down and get a bit of energy in the afternoons when the kids are still rearing to go and all I want is a nap!

I tried making a frothy, Iced Green Tea Frappe which was so amazing that you have to try it! Then I thought well, why don’t I make my own Homemade Iced Capp? And so I did. It’s super easy and you can adjust it to exactly how you prefer.

Homemade Iced Capp

1 cup of milk (I use unsweetened Vanilla Almond Milk but any milk you have will work)
1-2 tsp of instant coffee (you can also use leftover brewed coffee, just reduce the amount of milk you use)
1 Tbsp sugar (use more or less depending on how sweet you like it, my hubby only uses 2 tsp)
6-7 cubes of ice

1. Add the milk, coffee and sugar to your blender
2. Then add the ice
3. Blend until ice is dissolved. If you have the ice crush option on your blender, change to that for about 6 seconds.

And that’s it! After blending and ice crushing, you will have a cold, frothy, delicious refreshing drink on your hands that you can enjoy at home or take it with you as you head out the door.

iced cap 2


15 thoughts on “Homemade Iced Capp

  1. We love making these! My hubby works midnights and brews coffee before he leaves so I use those leftovers the next day. I like to add in a bit of vanilla and raw cacao powder in lieu of sugar. Yum!

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