Spring is in full swing, which means it’s the time of year for iced coffee. And if you’re anything like me, lots of it.

Coffee Ice Cubes - Pour your regular old leftover brewed coffee into ice cube trays and freeze, then replace the ice in your iced coffee with coffee cubes. No more watered-down iced coffee!

I love iced coffee. Creamy, smooth, robust, a hint of sweet, and a healthy dose of caffeine. But what a bummer when you get to the end of your glass and all you’ve got  left is gross pale brown water.

Solution? Coffee ice cubes!

Coffee Ice Cubes - Pour your regular old leftover brewed coffee into ice cube trays and freeze, then replace the ice in your iced coffee with coffee cubes. No more watered-down iced coffee!

Pour your regular old leftover brewed coffee into ice cube trays and freeze, then replace the ice in your iced coffee with coffee cubes.

Coffee Ice Cubes - Pour your regular old leftover brewed coffee into ice cube trays and freeze, then replace the ice in your iced coffee with coffee cubes. No more watered-down iced coffee!

I’m a big fan of silicone ice cube trays like these for my coffee ice cubes. The cubes are easy to pop out, and I love the perfect square shapes.

Coffee Ice Cubes - Pour your regular old leftover brewed coffee into ice cube trays and freeze, then replace the ice in your iced coffee with coffee cubes. No more watered-down iced coffee!

Try it and I promise you’ll never go back to plain old water ice cubes. Pshaw.

Coffee Ice Cubes - Pour your regular old leftover brewed coffee into ice cube trays and freeze, then replace the ice in your iced coffee with coffee cubes. No more watered-down iced coffee!

Coffee Ice Cubes - Pour your regular old leftover brewed coffee into ice cube trays and freeze, then replace the ice in your iced coffee with coffee cubes. No more watered-down iced coffee!

Coffee Ice Cubes

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Ice cubes made of coffee keep your iced coffee nice and cold without watering it down.

Ingredients

  • Brewed coffee
  • Ice cube tray

Instructions

  • Let brewed coffee cool to room temperature.
  • Pour into ice cube trays and freeze completely.
  • Use in place of ice cubes in your favorite cold coffee beverage.

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