Peppermint Pattie Iced Coffee
Enjoy the flavor of cool peppermint and smooth dark chocolate of a YORK® Peppermint Pattie in a refreshing iced coffee! A simple recipe using peppermint creamer.
Like many, coffee IS my morning ritual. Without fail…even sick or hurried or a to-do list a mile long, I make coffee as soon as I get out of bed. It brings me a sense of peace and calm when I get a waif of that soothing aroma coming from my mug. If I have somewhere to be in the morning, I will make sure I get up early enough for at least a half hour to sit and sip at least one cup of coffee.
You can’t have a “fast cup of coffee” it’s a drink you sit and enjoy, which means no matter how rushed I am, I know I’m going to sit and slow down for just a bit. Before I put on my make up, do my hair, or even begin my day.
With all the warm weather we’ve been having, I’ve found a way to enjoy my coffee in the middle of the day. Thanks to International Delight and their fabulous selection of flavored creamers, Allison and I have been making iced coffees a few afternoons a week. It’s become our little afternoon ritual together.
She will be turning 16 in just a few short weeks, and I know our time together is going to become less and less, so I’m trying to take advantage all I can right now, by louring her in with chocolate, and mint!
Right now our favorite has been International Delight creamer, York Peppermint Pattie. HELLO! That’s my favorite candy! and we’ve been using it to make Homemade Peppermint Pattie Iced Coffee.
There’s really no “recipe”, but here’s what we do
UPDATE (May 2018) International Delight no longer sells the York Peppermint Pattie creamer, but you can still make a Peppermint Pattie Iced Coffee, by using any peppermint creamer.
Enjoy the flavor of cool peppermint and smooth dark chocolate of a YORK® Peppermint Pattie in a refreshing iced coffee!
- 6 oz coffee brewed over ice (I prefer to brew vanilla flavored coffee in my Keurig brewer)
- chocolate syrup
- peppermint creamer
- whipped cream
- Fill a 12-16 ounce tumbler full of ice.
- Drizzle a little chocolate syrup over ice.
- Brew coffee right into the cup (or pour freshly brewed coffee if you don't have a Keurig)
- Pour creamer over iced coffee (I use 2 single serve creamers)
- Top with whipped cream and another drizzle of chocolate.
- Enjoy with a straw.
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