Hey there, it’s me again! Becca, from The Driving Miss Macey blog. I’ve popped on here to share a few things I love with you guys before, and today I’m here to share one of the easiest summer drinks with you!

What’s better than an iced coffee on a blazing hot summer day? How about a BLENDED iced coffee!? Um, yes please. My coffee-loving husband and I recently took to the kitchen blender to make a simple blended coffee recipe that you can easily make at home! It’s so basic that there’s no recipe, just a few tips!

What you’ll need:

  • your favorite blend of coffee, brewed (fresh or leftover)
  • ice (optional if you use one of my tips below)
  • your favorite creamer or sweetener (we love Chobani’s vanilla coffee creamer)

After you gather your ingredients, add desired ratios (we all have different sweetness preferences) and blend. Super simple, I know, but after making this a bunch - I have some tips to share!

Tip #1: My first tip is to freeze your leftover coffee from the day before in ice trays! We have saved SO MUCH coffee this way. I always felt bad about pouring the leftover coffee down the drain and now I look forward to a pot that wasn’t completely finished haha!

Tip #2: If you did freeze your coffee, try to take the tray out to “soften” the ice slightly prior to blending, maybe 8-10 minutes before you blend. This makes the blending process easier (you avoid those annoying ice chunks) and creates a nice creamy texture, especially when you add your creamer in!

Tip #3: Pour into something cute for maximum enjoyment. ☺️

And there ya have it! Cheers to caffeine and simplicity.

We all need a little of that, especially in the craziness of summertime!




About the Author

Becca is in her early 30’s and lives just outside Seattle with her husband, whom she met on Tinder (crazy right!?), and her two kids Macey and Harrison. Life is pretty full with two young kids but in her “free time” Becca loves a good mani-pedi, a hike with her family in the beautiful Pacific Northwest, or a day-date to bubble tea with her daughter.