{ Sippity Sip Fridays } Chocolate Coconut Iced Coffee


I was enjoying cold weather and suddenly sunshine made an appearance for few days, which made me yearn for a cold drink. Bored of the same old cold chocolate/coffee , I wanted something different. 



Plain iced coffee is one of my favorite liquid pleasures, sometimes a dash of hot chocolate makes it better. Adding coconut milk was a last minute idea and I loved it. It has a mild coconut blended with coffee - chocolate taste. It is quite filling. The quantity of coconut milk can be reduced or increased depending on how you like it



Chocolate Coconut Iced Coffee
Recipe by A Spoonful of Yumm










Total Time : 10 minutes
Serves : 3-4

Ingredients ~ 
Hot Milk - 400 ml
Chilled Coconut Milk - 200 ml
Iced Cubes - 4-5
Instant Coffee Powder - 3 tspns
Chocolate Powder - 2tspns (i used cadubury's hot chocolate)
Sugar - 4 tbspns

Method ~
In a bowl add the coffee & chocolate powder, sugar. To this add 1/2 cup hot milk and mix using a whisk for a minute
Add remaining milk and stir again for 2-3 minutes. Allow it to cool, add ice cubes and stir again
Slowly add coconut milk and mix well for a minute
Pour into glasses & serve. Enjoy !

(for the plates, i made designs using chocolate syrup, poured it straight from the squeeze type bottle and froze them for 15-30 minutes, the longer the better it freezes)

Friday Rewind : Spiced Hot Nutella




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 Shruti




44 comments:

  1. Chocolate and coconut..a great combination of flavours for a iced coffee!

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  2. lovely flavours looks wonderful

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  3. Never come across coconut coffee & its such a refreshing combo! gotta try it out, maybe il even make one cup hot that should work beautifully too :)

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  4. Looks like a delicious combination. I ain't a big coffee lover but will make this for my husband. He is one big coffee addict. Cute design on the saucer. How did you do that?

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  5. @ angie , its nice for a change :)

    @torviewtoronto thanks !

    @deeps, yes maybe a hot version might be good too ;-)

    @vijitha thanks. i squeezed hershey's chocolate syrup from its squeeze type bottle onto the saucer , make any design you like and freeze it for a good 30mins. though i did it just for decoration, maybe you can skip decorating the centre, if you want to place the glass on the saucer. chocolate syrup tends to merge so it pooled at the centre and gave the edges a nice stained effect

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  6. Oh Yum!

    Great pics by the way.

    : ))
    Jen

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  7. Ohh this looks so cool.. thanks for sharing!! :)

    Have a great Sunday! :)

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    1. happy sunday to you as well ! thanks :-)

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  8. I love iced coffee and the idea of adding coconut milk is just brilliant! Makes it almost like a New Orleans style iced coffee with sweetened condensed milk :-)

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    1. thanks katherine :-) i love your suggestion...will try it with sweet condensed milk next time - sounds great !

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  9. I'm not a coffee fan, but a chocolate coconut coffee might be one for me to try! I love that you've added coconut milk. Such a great idea!

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  10. Never had coffee with coconut milk....looks yum....

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  11. Nice combo.Looks so tempting!

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  12. Looks yummy, I love coffee and would love to try this out!

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  13. This sounds wonderfull! I am full on choco milk lover and I love coconut flavoures, the combi is just perfect. great post!

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  14. adding coconut milk sounds delicious! wonderful recipe~

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  15. I have not been a coffee drinker for a long time, but this is one cup I wouldn't refuse! Love the sound of this concoction....mmmmmm.

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  16. Chocolate and coconut Mmmm.., very delicious, wonderful recipe... beautiful clicks...

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  17. Seems a Fabulous Iced Coffee!.Quite delish too.

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  18. Oh, that sounds divine!! I love iced coffees, especially when it's piping hot here in Australia. :-) Adding coconut milk is inspired!

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  19. What a divine drink! Those flavors are just marvelous.

    Cheers,

    Rosa

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  20. Lovely! This is a flavour I would not think of!

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  21. lovely drink! looks fabulous.

    Thanks dropping by!!

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  22. That's one delicious combination and loved that design you made on the saucers!

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  23. Lovely combo of coffee..looks so good!

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  24. coconut flavored coffee, never tried one but sounds so good, loved your choclatey artwork

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  25. We've been enjoying a gorgeous very warm week in San Diego, and this looks so delicious and refreshing! Love the fun designs you made too. Cheers to warm weather!

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  26. I cannot think of a better combination of flavors. I LOVE chocolate, coconut, and coffee :) Pretty pictures too!

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  27. Coconut flavored coffee is new to me...Looks very yummy..

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  28. Love that you used coconut milk! It's been one of my favorites lately.

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  29. Coconut milk !! This drink is something i have to try.

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  30. Wonderful and so refreshing. I love anything with coocnut in it, you would have thought I would mention chocolate first, no?! but the Indian in me says coconut first!! :)

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  31. Mmmmm...coconut coffee! I'm in! I love coconut milk! :D

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  32. I have never had coffee with coconut milk!got to try it.

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  33. Coconut, chocolate and coffee sound like an excellent combination! :)

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  34. @ everyone thanks a lot...hope you make it :)

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  35. Chocolate + coconut?! Two of my favorite ingredients!! I must try this recipe :)

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  36. OH EM GEE, are you serious? This sounds so delicious. It has already started being hot here in Texas, so I think this iced coffee recipe sounds just about perfect. Thanks for sharing! :)

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  37. I will sooo have to try this out on my family this weekend and see what they think of it. Because they are nuts about anything coffee related. So, I'm guessing this will be a hit!

    Thank you for putting it up,

    Grandma Kat
    XOXOXOXOXO

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  38. Great pictures Shruti. Love the you've presented it.

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  39. Omg this drink is to die for! Thanks for the inspiraions thepickyeater!:D

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Shruti

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