Have leftover coffee in that pot? Don’t toss it in the sink. Instead, pour it into ice cube trays and freeze it overnight. Adding it to your iced coffee cubes to your coffee will keep it cold without diluting it, which is especially nice in the summer months.–Georgia Pellegrini
LC Empty Ice Cube Trays Note
Okay, we want to stray from the brilliance of this coffee ice cubes recipe for a moment to inquire if anyone else occasionally goes to fetch ice cubes—these coffee ice cubes or plain old water ones—and realize that some other human who inhabits your domicile shoved an empty ice cube tray in the freezer with no regard for your or nyone else’s parchedness? Yeah, us too. If that ever happens again, slip that person this ice cube recipe. And goes without saying you’re going to want to hide your stash of coffee ice cubes.
Coffee Ice Cubes Recipe
- Quick Glance
- 1 M
- 1 M
- Servings vary
- Leftover freshly brewed coffee (that hasn’t sat out for hours)
- 1. Pour your leftover coffee in ice cube trays. Stash it in the freezer until frozen through or overnight.
- 2. Plunk some coffee cubes in your iced coffee. Turn any remaining coffee ice cubes in a resealable plastic bag, seal, and stash in the freezer.
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