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Homemade Iced Coffee Recipe

It’s a whopping 80 degrees here in the Seattle area and oooh how I am loving it!  I’m not such a “hot” loving person..but after such a long winter..Awww the heat just feels soo good!  Wouldn’t you all agree! I am however a super Coffee Lover and create LOTS of yummy Coffee Recipes at home! This very simple Homemade Iced Coffee Recipe is just one of them!

I was out doing tons of errands the other day and I was getting oh so hot,  I drink tons of water but I wanted something a little special..you know what I’m thinkin.. Iced Coffee!  So I go to a fast food drive thru and buy an iced coffee for $2 buckeroos!  Ok I am sorry but I am so cheap.  I decided that I would go right home and make my own BIG BATCH of Homemade Iced Coffee for literally Pennies!  Well practically..

Of course I’m going to share it with you so that you can save your Pennies too!

Homemade Iced Coffee Recipe

Homemade Iced Coffee


  • 8 Cups STRONG Cooled Coffee or 4 Shots Homemade Espresso
  • 3/4 Cup Chocolate Syrup
  • 1/2 Pint Half and Half (of course you can use fat free!)
  • 1/4 Sugar (optional) If you feel the Syrup doesn’t quite make it sweet enough



Mix all of the above ingredients together and serve over ice!  TA DA! Winking smile 

Keep this in your frig for those hot days OR to have when company stops by!  It’s a special treat to surprise someone with!  You could also put whipped cream on top!

Homemade Iced Coffee


If you love Homemade Coffee Drinks or would like to learn how to make your own, you might like to try these Coffee Recipes:

Vanilla Latte


How to make your own Espresso at home

Icy Coffee Milkshake

Pumpkin Spice Frappe


Homemade Iced Coffee

Shari Lynne
5 from 5 votes
Prep Time 10 mins
Cook Time 5 mins
Total Time 15 mins
Course Beverage Drinks
Cuisine Coffee


  • 8 Cups STRONG Cooled Coffee or 4 Shots Homemade Espresso
  • 3/4 Cup Chocolate Syrup
  • 1/2 Pint Half and Half of course you can use fat free!
  • 1/4 t Sugar If you feel the Syrup doesn’ quite make it sweet enough optional


  • Mix all of the above ingredients together and serve over ice! TA DA! Winking smile
  • Keep this in your frig for those hot days OR to have when company stops by! It’s a special treat to surprise someone with! You could also put whipped cream on top!


This makes just shy of 2 Quarts
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Enjoy my Friends!


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  1. I’ve grown to like coffee more and more lately, but I still can’t quite tolerate it black, so this sounds like a great way to stay cool in the summer!

  2. I love ice coffee, but here where I live it is $3.00 at the minimum! Thanks for giving me the recipe so now I can make my own.

  3. That looks incredible!! Bookmarking this to try very soon. Thanks for linking up to WYWW!

    1. You are welcome Leslie and thank YOU for taking time to stop by! You will love this easy recipe 🙂 Blessings!

  4. A good iced coffee is a must! I’ll have to give this recipe a try, it sounds delish! Thanks so much for sharing.

    1. You are so welcome and thank you so much for stopping by! This is so super easy..and so super delish especially as the weather gets warmer..enjoy!

  5. I really like iced coffee and do not like paying full price for it. I will have to try this soon. Summer gets hot in South GA!

    1. Whoosh I bet it does get hot Stasia! It’s just so easy to make and so much more inexpensive! Enjoy and thank you so much for stopping by!

  6. I don’t think Indiana reached those temperatures but it’s hot enough! I chose a diet snapple but this recipe looks really good. My daughter makes a coffee drink with ice cream in it. This looks far easier. i think the straw would surely make it taste better. Enjoyed seeing the picture.

    1. Aww you are so sweet Pamela! The straw definitely makes it better ;D But ice cream sounds very decadent..how I wish you wouldn’t have told me this! LOL Thank you for stopping by and blessings to you!

  7. I’m swinging by from Family Fun Friday to check out your YUMMY looking post and invite you to my link party, The Yuck Stops Here.

  8. Sounds like a great way to DIY! And you can always switch out the chocolate syrup to a different flavor whenever you wanted. 🙂 Stop on by and share this recipe or any others with us on Five Friday Finds if you get a chance!

  9. Shari Lynne….Ooooo…this is one I know I have to try. I enjoy iced coffee. And I think I will try it with caramel syrup, too. Thank you for sharing at WJIM’s Monday’s Musings. Have a great weekend.

  10. Ok, speaking my language…love iced coffee, hot coffee, and all the above.

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  12. I love that this makes a LOT!!!! This could possibly last me a whole day!….possibly! LOL Thanks for sharing this! Heart hugs from a coffee freak!

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  18. I can never understand why people go to these big name coffee shops and spend so much money on something you can make at home for not a lot of money at all. I say ditch the coffee shop and use the money you spend to take your kids to Disney!

  19. 5 stars
    Yum! I love coffee but have to cut back on caffeinie 🙁
    I’ll make the decaf version though!

  20. For all of you fellow iced coffee lovers out there -fI’ll an ice cube tray with brewed coffee so your regular ice doesn’t dilute your drink ?

  21. 5 stars
    This is great idea. Very simple and yet its delicious.

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