Iced coffee recipes Kelsey Reinhart June 24, 2016 Lost in a Muse | The Blog of Kelsey Reinhart 1987 Summer is the perfect time for iced coffee. If you’re like me and you like to save a buck here and there, making a cup at home every now and then can save quite a bit. The trick is to make a cup that’s tasty. Here are some recipes I’m excited to try.RECIPE 1 1. Brew coffee normally. 2. Mix in your usual amount of sugar/sweetener. 3. Pour coffee into an ice cube tray, and freeze. 4. Place five to eight iced coffee cubes into a glass, and pour in a glass of milk. (You can use whatever milk you like, including soy, skim and almond.) 5. Enjoy!RECIPE 2 Ingredients: 1 cup of coffee Ice cubes Milk or cream Homemade vanilla simple syrup (can be stored in the fridge for up to two weeks. Make sure it’s covered.)Homemade vanilla simple syrup: 1 cup water 1 cup sugar 1 tsp vanillaDirections: 1. Prepare the homemade vanilla simple syrup by bringing the sugar and water to a boil, stirring until sugar dissolves, add in vanilla and let cool. 2. Prepare a cup of coffee. 3. Fill a mug with ice cubes. 4. Pour hot coffee over ice. 5. Add milk or cream to taste. 6. Add vanilla syrup to taste.RECIPE 3 Ingredients: 1 cup ground coffee 1 cup sweetened condensed milk 3⁄4 cup milkDirections: 1. Brew coffee with four cups water in your coffee machine to produce four cups of very strong coffee. 2. Place in the refrigerator until chilled. In a small bowl, stir together both milks until smooth; refrigerate until chilled. 3. When ready to serve, fill four tall glasses with ice and divide coffee among glasses; pour over milk mixture and serve.