While nothing hits the spot in summer quite like a delicious, frozen coffee concoction, the truth is that your favorite drink can be a major calorie and sugar bomb. For example, a grande Starbucks S’mores Frappuccino clocks in at 500 calories and a whopping 68 grams of sugar. Making a cool coffee drink at home is easier than you think, and is better for both your body and your wallet.
Vegan Iced Coffee // That Girl Shannon
Made with coffee ice cubes, this iced coffee is sweetened naturally with stevia and gets a touch of flavor from the addition of vanilla and cinnamon. Top it off with a vegan-friendly milk like cashew.
Dairy-Free Honey-Almond Iced Coffee // Athletic Avocado
This unique iced coffee blends the flavors of honey and almond for a delicious drink.
Golden Milk Iced Coffee // The First Mess
This innovative coffee drink uses golden milk – a tumeric-based concoction which is awesome antioxidant that helps to reduce inflammation in your body. There’s also cinnamon, vanilla and cardamon added.
Vegan Overnight Thai Iced Coffee // Cotter Crunch
This amazing iced coffee sits overnight so the cardamon, cinnamon and nutmeg spices really have time to give your drink a lot of flavor.
Vanilla Cappuccino Protein Smoothie // Food Done Light
This smoothie is a great way to combine your coffee with your breakfast, but also makes a great afternoon pick-me-up. The yogurt and protein powder help ensure this blended drink is super satisfying.
Iced Maple Macchiato // Spache the Spatula
With only three ingredients, this iced maple macchiato is quick and easy, plus the maple flavor adds an amazingly delicious flavor to your coffee.
Almond Milk Frappe // Simply Lakita
This blended, frosty drink is sweetened naturally with coconut sugar and uses almond milk, so it’s super creamy but dairy-free.
Honey Cinnamon Iced Latte // Cook Nourish Bliss
Cold brew coffee is combined with a homemade honey and cinnamon syrup and topped off with milk and a sprinkle of cinnamon.
Protein Iced Coffee // Healthfully Ever After
This is a coffee with staying power! Chocolate protein powder adds protein and a mocha flavor to this blended drink.
Iced Coconut Water Mocha // Wholeheartedly Healthy
To help keep you super hydrated, coconut water is added to this iced mocha, sweetened naturally with coconut sugar. For a creamy yet dairy-free version, use full-fat coconut milk or, for a lighter option, use almond milk.
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