Caramel and Chocolate Almond Iced Coffee
Caramel and Chocolate Almond Iced Coffee is an amazing coffee beverage to enjoy! I wanted to share this delicious iced coffee recipe with you.
We love to indulge in this creamy coffee on the weekends. I will make a batch and we will fill up our coffee mugs and take them with us to our son’s football games. Best of all we can brew our favorite coffee at home which saves us time and money!
The recipe for Caramel and Chocolate Almond Iced Coffee is so easy to make with Dunkin’ Donuts Chocolate Glazed Donut K-Cup. All you have to do is prepare the coffee using your Keurig and let the coffee get cold in the fridge.
As a tip, I will brew our coffee the night before and let it sit in a pitcher in the fridge overnight. I also like to make Homemade Whipped Cream to put on top, but you can also use whipped cream from the can! Best of all you can use any variety of Dunkin Donuts pods for this recipe. They come in regular, decaf, hazelnut, Rrench vanilla and my favorite the chocolate glazed donut.
Be sure to try Caramel and Chocolate Almond Iced Coffee very soon, you will not be disappointed! Plus it is a great way to save time and money too! That is always a huge Mom win!
Caramel and Chocolate Almond Iced Coffee
- 3 Tbsp caramel sauce
- 1/2 cup almond milk
- 1 handful Ice cubes
- 1/2 cup cold- brewed coffee from Dunkin' Donuts Chocolate Glazed Donut K-Cup®
- 2 TBSP whipped cream for topping
- 2 TBSP caramel sauce for topping
- Pour 3 tablespoons caramel sauce and almond milk into a small bowl; whisk together.
- Fill a glass almost full with ice cubes.
- Pour in the coffee and caramel mixture; stir well.
- Top with whipped cream and caramel sauce.
- Serve and enjoy!
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Disclosure: I am being compensated by Dunkin’ Donuts® Coffee for my participation in this campaign. All opinions are 100% my own.
Shelley is a boy mom, marine wife, and is blessed with an amazing family. She loves sharing recipes, travel reviews and tips that focus on helping busy families make memories.
That drink looks delicious!! I love that you can buy your favourite coffee, Dunkin Donuts in pod form! It makes it easy to have your favourite drinks at home.
I love to make coffee like this at home! I never thought to try almond milk like this in my coffee! The flavor combination sounds delicious going to have to try it out soon at home.
4 of my favourite things. Caramel (seriously #1) then iced coffee… I hate hot coffee, isn’t that weird? Plus nuts and chocolate? You’re callin’ my name girl! Why isn’t there a Dunkin Donuts out here on the west coast? When I moved from Canada to California I was super stoked about trying D.Donuts and … none to be found.
This looks delicious! I am always looking for more ways to enjoy my morning coffee! I love these recipes! Actually anythingwith caramel is a win for me. I ‘ve never tried the Dunkin Donut pods in the different flavors! I have to check them out so I can make a few recipes on myown!
Those Dunkin Donuts pods look delicious. I don’t think we have them up in Canada. I’m sure a lot of Keurig users would be interested in trying them. What a great idea to enjoy your own Caramel and Chocolate Almond Ice Coffee at home!
This drink looks amazing, I’m sure it’s not allowed on my diet but I know my husband would love it! My mom has always wanted one of these machines and if I show her this, I know she will really want one! This would make a great gift as well as a great drink to serve at my holiday parties.
Your drink looks heavenly! We have a Keurig machine that my husband uses to make his special coffee and I use for hot chocolate.
This drink looks really good, especially when it’s topped with whipped cream. I haven’t tried out Dunkin Donuts K Cups yet, but would like to. I think I might look for them the next time I’m getting a latte from them…or a caramel macchiato…I swear I saw that advertised on a billboard the other day.
Dunkin Donuts is my favorite Kcup coffee right now. I had no idea they have a chocolate flavor. Love that you turned it into a frappe. I love how versatile these coffees are that we can make at home and save money!