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Icy Choco-Coffee Recipe

Icy Choco-Coffee Recipe

mdi_userAmelia Lalngaihawmi
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Author :Amelia Lalngaihawmi
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Published : 1703869200000

Try this rich cold coffee with intense chocolate flavor, which is so easy to whip up. All you need is your blender!

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Difficulty:easy

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Serves:3

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Time:15 mins

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Contains egg: No

Create a delightful harmony of rich cold coffee and creamy chocolate with the Icy Choco-Coffee recipe. This refreshing beverage is a quick and easy-to-make treat, perfect for cooling off on warm days. It's also a fantastic ice cream replacement when your cravings hit, the fridge is out of options and you just don’t want to spend a lot on your dessert fix. The preparation time is minimal, requiring a mere 15 minutes of your day, with no cooking involved and definitely no piles of utensils to c......Read More

For the Recipe

  • 1 ½ cups of full cream milk
  • 1 ½ tbsp of coffee powder
  • 1 to 2 tbsp of sugar
  • 75 gm of Cadbury White
  • 75 gm of Cadbury Dairy Milk Silk
  • 12 ice cubes

Directions

step-1
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Take 400ml of full cream milk and blend it with 10g of coffee powder.

step-2
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Blend it till some milk froth is visible.

step-3
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Slice Cadbury white chocolate & Cadbury silk chocolate, set it aside.

step-4
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Pour the milk coffee blend into a glass and add 3-4 cubes of ice.

step-5
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Add the sliced chocolate on top of the ice & serve.

TIPS:
Increase or decrease the sugar according to your taste. Alternatively, you can also blend both chocolates along with the coffee if you want a smoother texture.

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