Caramel Blended Coffee

This Caramel Blended Coffee is the stuff mornings are made of! Sweet and refreshing, all you need is coffee and Baileys Caramel Coffee Creamer! It’s Heaven in a cup.

Caramel Blended Coffee in mason jars with straws

Caramel Blended Coffee

This post is sponsored by BAILEYS® Coffee Creamer, but all opinions are my own.

I am totally a morning coffee person. I am at a point where my day doesn’t start without coffee. In fact, I typically get up in the mornings at around 5:30 to go to the gym and what do I take with me? Coffee. With my BAILEYS® Coffee Creamer. Always.

The only bummer is that it’s usually pretty hot and I can’t actually drink it before I get into the gym. So I let it sit in my car until I’m done and when I come out it’s the perfect temperature! It’s the best. The whole thing is gone before I even make it home. Then I debate with myself about whether to make a second cup or not.

And see, I don’t really care much for buying coffee out. It just kind of feels like a waste of money. Sadly, that means I don’t usually get frozen coffee drinks. But then I made these and that all changed! I had no idea I could make such an amazing blended coffee at home! Seriously. Life changing. And so easy to make! You basically only need two ingredients.

Caramel Blended Coffee in mason jars on burlap

How to Make This Refreshing Drink

To start, you obviously need coffee. I chose to freeze it into ice cubes, rather than add ice cubes to it for blending. That way, you don’t end up watering down your drink.

Toss the coffee cubes into your blender with the BAILEYS® Coffee Creamer Caramel and blend until smooth – that’s it! Sure you can get all fancy like I did if you want and add some caramel and whipped cream, but how easy is that?!

Of course I added a fair amount of creamer to up the caramel flavor, but you could reduce it a bit, if you wanted. It’s great because no matter how you like it, it’s easy to adjust when you make it at home.

And it’s so amazingly good. Better than you buy out, no lie. I handed the second one to the hubs and he about died. He didn’t know I could make such an awesome blended coffee at home either.

I think it’s safe to say we’ll be saving ourselves a few dollars and making these babies at home, regularly. As much as possible.

Two mason jars of Caramel Blended Coffee with straws

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Two mason jars of Caramel Blended Coffee with straws
Recipe

Caramel Blended Coffee

  • Author: Lindsay
  • Prep Time: 5 minutes
  • Total Time: 5 minutes
  • Yield: 2 servings 1x
  • Category: Drinks
  • Cuisine: American

Description

This Caramel Blended Coffee is the stuff mornings are made of! Sweet and refreshing, all you need is coffee and Baileys Caramel Coffee Creamer! It’s Heaven in a cup.


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Ingredients

  • 2 cups brewed coffee, frozen into cubes
  • 1 cup BAILEYS® Coffee Creamer Caramel
  • Caramel sauce, optional
  • Whipped cream, optional

Instructions

1. Add frozen coffee cubes and coffee creamer to a blender and blend until smooth.
2. Pour into cups and top with caramel sauce and whipped cream, if desired.

Keywords: caramel iced coffee, caramel coffee, iced coffee recipe, easy iced coffee recipe, coffee recipe, coffee drink, coffee drink starbucks, caramel iced coffee mcdonalds

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  1. Liz @ Floating Kitchen

    Girl, I’m with you! I never buy coffee out. It’s just a weird rule that I have. So pricey. So I make it at home everyday. And now I know exactly what I’m making tomorrow morning! 🙂

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