16 Healthy Iced Coffee Hacks Your Morning Desperately Needs
These java upgrades taste so freaking good, you won't even realize they're goodforyou.
Dates aren't just yummy snacks — they also serve as a great sweetener. By chopping some up and putting them into your iced coffee, you'll have a delicious drink that doesn't need an ounce of sugar.
Get the recipe at Design Love Fest.
Love bubble tea? Adding some dried black boba pearls into your iced coffee is a great way to flavor it without overpowering your drink.
Get the recipe at Hummingbird High.
Have you tried cold brew yet? It's especially delicious on warm summer days. Preparing a cold brew coffee ahead of time gets rid of the bitterness you'd usually find in a cup of joe.
Get the recipe at A New Bloom.
The benefits of turmeric seem endless, helping with everything from inflammation to weight loss. So why not add some into your iced coffee? It blends right in with plant-based milk, cinnamon, and vanilla.
Chocolate tastes good in everything — especiallycoffee. By turning some cocoa powder into ice cubes, you can easily amp up the flavor while still keeping things light.
Get the recipe at ManMade.
Give your mocha an extra kick with protein powder and — wait for it — cottage cheese. It starts your day off on a calcium kick that will also help keep you full through the morning. But don't worry, you won't taste the cheese — just the chocolatey, salty caramel goodness. Promise.
Get the recipe at The Seasoned Mom.
Sipping this frappe tastes like indulging in a Reese's cup, but with only 95 calories per glass, it has all the flavor and less than half the calories of one pack of the classic candy.
Get the recipe at Amy's Healthy Baking.
With unsweetened cocoa powder, light coconut milk and honey, this creamy drink is a cleaned-up version of a coffeehouse favorite.
Get the recipe at The Gracious Pantry.
Buying a cup of joe from a café or chain can amount to more than 100 calories, depending on size and add-ins. But this recipe — which calls for low-cal, cholesterol-free almond milk — can be whipped up at home and save you time and calories. Plus, you can drink it in a mason jar, which always makes everything better.
Get the recipe at The Stonybrook House.
Homemade almond milk (it's crazy easy to make) is a tasty addition to iced coffee that has half the calories of regular milk and no cholesterol. Try making a big batch of coffee concentrate at the beginning of each week to cut down on your morning prep.
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