EAT | DIY Starbucks Cold Brew

It’s no secret that I love coffee and am addicted to it. I love a warm cup in the morning, and an iced cup in the afternoon! Today I am sharing how I make my own COLD BREW coffee.

Cold brew is different from regular iced coffee because it doesn’t get as watered down, and is generally stronger and less acidic.

I have this little cold brew pitcher that I use. You take off the top, fill the filter with a few scoops of ground coffee, add some water, put it in the fridge, and a day later you have delicious cold brew.

I use the Starbucks Blonde Roast for this, and it is so good. Just pour over some ice and you’re good! Sometimes I add creamer.

Most of the time though, I like to be fancy and make the Vanilla Cold Foam Cold Brew that Starbucks makes.

What you need:

  • 1 cup ice
  • 1 cup cold brew coffee
    1/4 cup milk or cream
    1 tsp vanilla syrup

Add your cold brew to your glass with some ice.

Add your milk and vanilla syrup to a small glass.

Using a milk frother, whip up the milk so it doubles in volume and gets really foamy. My coffee machine has an attached frother, but you can find cute little handheld ones here.

Pour over your cold brew.

Just like Starbucks; so creamy and delicious!

More coffee recipes:

Dalgona Whipped Coffee

DIY Starbucks Caramel Macchiato

5 Cal Skinny Vanilla Latte

Thanks for reading xx