Refreshing Iced Coffee

I love the taste of iced coffee.  The key to making good iced coffee at home is to start out with cold coffee.  So, the first thing I do every morning is brew up a large cup of Tulleys and set it on the counter while I continue getting ready.  (If I'm in a hurry, I pour the brewed coffee in a baking dish for more surface area.  It'll cool faster.)  When the coffee is somewhat cool, I fill up my tumbler halfway with ice, give a squeeze of agave nectar and some soy cream and stir!  The soy cream gives the coffee a terrific 'nutty' flavor but of course you can use milk or half and half.  You can also substitute agave nectar with sugar.  Enjoy!

Refreshing Iced Coffee
Recipe Type: Beverage
Author: Chef Bonnie
Ingredients
  • 1 1/2 - 2 Cups brewed coffee
  • ice cubes
  • soy milk
  • agave nectar
Instructions
  1. Brew coffee and set aside to cool.
  2. When coffee has cooled, pour over ice.
  3. Add soy milk (I like about 2-3 Tablespoons)
  4. Add agave nectar (about 1 Tablespoon)
  5. Stir and enjoy!

 

Bonnie Goodman

Chef Bonnie, LLC, Tustin, CA

Since 2010, Bonnie has been a successful personal chef in the Orange County area. Since 2011 Bonnie has been booked solid serving busy families, seniors, business professionals, celebrities, and professional athletes. Bonnie centers her cooking style around allergy-friendly and healthy homestyle meals that the whole family can enjoy.

When Bonnie started her Personal Chef business she was grateful for some of the Personal Chef Associations like the APPCA and the USPCA. Unfortunately there was not a fully immersive program available to teach her about building and growing her business. Bonnie decided in 2015 to launch the Personal Chef Guide to help new personal chefs enter the market and grow their business.