One of the most consumed beverages in the world, coffee is a staple in most people’s lives. From seeing you through hangovers and breakups to keeping you up all night to help you prepare your presentation for the next day, coffee is like your best friend you can always rely on. And it gets even better because it's so versatile. If you are not feeling your regular brew, add in an extra flavour, whip some cream or just drop in some ice to take your coffee experience to the next level. If you have been craving for a bistro style coffee at home, we have got a bunch of easy coffee recipes that you can try out today itself. Read on to find how you can make different types of coffee at home.

Nutella Cold Coffee by Whisk Affair

2 tsp Instant Coffee Powder
3 cups Milk
4 tbsp Nutella
1 tsp Sugar
1/2 tsp Vanilla Extract
10-12 Ice Cubes (You can also freeze some brewed coffee in ice cube moulds and use them instead )

  • Add instant coffee powder, milk, Nutella, sugar and vanilla extract in a blender.
  • Blend well to make a frothy coffee.
  • Add ice cubes in glasses.
  • Pour the coffee over the ice cubes.
  • Serve immediately.

Recipe and image by Whisk Affair

Iced Caramel Latte by Mommy Hates Cooking

170 ml Instant Coffee
2 Tbsp Caramel Syrup
Whipped Cream

  • Fill a glass with ice and set aside.
  • Mix the instant coffee per the directions but use cold water instead of warm. It should dissolve within seconds.
  • Add the caramel to the glass, this needs to be about 1/4 inch thick, so use more or less depending on your glass size.
  • Add in the coffee, this should come up to leave about 1/3 of the cup empty.
  • Then, top with the milk.
  • Add whipped cream and drizzle more caramel then enjoy.

Recipe and image by Mommy Hates Cooking

Vietnamese Iced Coffee by Brit + Co

Ground coffee
Sweetened condensed milk

  • Fill up your coffee pot to make at least one cup of coffee. Put it on the stove over medium heat and brew until ready.
  • While the coffee is brewing, open the can of sweetened condensed milk and pour about 1/3 on the bottom of your glass.
  • Once the coffee is done, pour it over the sweetened condensed milk and stir with a spoon until completely dissolved.
  • Fill a glass with ice all the way to the top and pour the mixture over it once it has cooled.

Recipe and image by Brit + Co

Oreo Coffee Blend by Healthy Kadai

1 glass Milk
3-4 pcs Oreo biscuits
1 tsp Instant Coffee Powder
1 tsp Milk creamer
Pinch Cocoa powder -
Ice cubes
Sugar 1 tsp (optional)

  • In a blender jar, add the ingredients and blend together to get cool, creamy and frothy coffee.
  • Garnish with chocolate chips and cocoa powder. Serve chilled.

Recipe and image by Healthy Kadai

Cinnamon Instant Coffee by Happy Foods Tube

3 tsp Instant Coffee
3 tsp Brown Sugar
1/8 tsp Cinnamon
4 tbsp Milk
1 cup Chilled Water (250ml)
6 Ice Cubes , small + some extra for glasses

  • In a jar/jug blend coffee, water, ice, cinnamon and sugar until foam forms.
  • Pour milk in a clear glass & add 1 or 2 ice cubes. Take a tablespoon, and hold it inside the glass (touching its wall). Slowly pour the coffee in and let sit for about a minute so the layers have time to form.
  • Add more foam if you have some left.
  • Sprinkle some more cinnamon sugar over and serve.
Recipe and image by Happy Foods Tube

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