Iced Coffee with Frothy Milk
Get your summer mornings off to the right start with a refreshing Iced Coffee with Frothy Milk.
Ellen Easton shares with us her techniques for making a perfect glass of iced coffee with frothy milk on top. An excellent choice for summer mornings of whenever you need a chilled afternoon pick-me-up! If you are planning to entertain company during the warm summer months, you guest will appreciate a tall cooking glass to drink.
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- 2 tablespoons whole roaster coffee beans ground
- 2 cups water
- 1 cup whole milk or nonfat Lactaid milk
Place ground coffee beans into the filter in coffee machine, then add water. Close lid and press button until brewed. Pour coffee into a jar or pitcher and allow it to cool down to room temperature.
Once cooled down, cover and place coffee in the refrigerator over night.
Frothing aerates the milk adding oxygen, which creates more body into the liquid.
To Froth: Place the chilled milk into a mixing bowl. Using an emulsifier to pulse or a
mixer, beat the milk for a minute or so until the milk becomes frothy in texture.
When ready to serve pour the chilled coffee into
a tall glass filled with a few ice cubes or cubes made from the extra coffee
Add the frothy milk. Stir to blend. Remove the spoon from the glass and place it
on the side of a plate. Simple syrup may be used as a sweetener.
After stirring a drink with a spoon, set the spoon on the side of a plate. Never leave the spoon directly on a cloth or table. Also never leave a spoon in a glass when drinking as it is not only bad manners, one could injure one’s eye.
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