Make Your Own Ice Cappuccino

I have spent a ton of money and vast amounts of time in drive-thrus to get my favourite summer indulgence. They should see a huge dip in sales now that I have found out how to make my own ice cappuccino at home!

Talk about a latte factor. I make it at home for pennies a glass!

No more pouring excess coffee down the drain. Simply pour it into ice-cube trays and freeze.

Are you tired of waiting in line & the exorbitant expense of your favourite summer time indulgence.Make your own ice cappuccino at home for pennies a glass.



  • Iced Coffee cubes

  • Milk (or cream)

  • Chocolate Sauce



IMG_0835Place 7 to 8 large iced coffee cubes into a glass. Depending on your hand blender, it may be easier to use a tray that makes small ice cubes. Which ever size cubes you use, they should fill just under 3/4 of the glass. Any more and you will have overflow when you blend.



IMG_0836Pour in milk (or cream) till it covers approximately 3/4 of the iced coffee cubes.





IMG_0837Add 1 tablespoon of your favourite chocolate sauce. Use more sauce if you like a more chocolate taste as opposed to a coffee one. Another option is to use chocolate milk in the previous step and eliminate the sauce all together.




IMG_0838Blend until smooth. I usually use a pulsing action to get all the cubes to break down.




IMG_0839If the straw stands upright in your drink when you are done, you did it right!




For those cool summer nights, you can add your own special ingredient for a kick!

Save time and money by making your own ice cappiccino at home for pennies a glass. Great summer time drink. Easy recipe.

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10 thoughts on “Make Your Own Ice Cappuccino

  1. Elena,

    This looKS like the perfect summer pick-me-up! It was so nice to have you join #funsummerfinds this week! You are always such an encouragement to me.



  2. Oooo that sounds amazing! I once tried to make an iced coffee and made it a bit too strong, think I made it with almond milk too…Needless to say there was much grimacing as I tipped it down the drain.

    Having read this though – I think I need to try it again! But with chocolate sauce 🙂

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