Cold Brew Coffee Smoothie

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Author Notes: This recipe is 2 recipes in one. A simple cold brew coffee and a delightful coffee smoothie. Cold brew coffee is a bit better for the body in that it's less acidic and lower in caffeine. It can be heated later and still yield the same results, and can be kept in the fridge in a jar for up to 2 weeks.

The brew is a great starter for any coffee drink, so have fun with it, add nut butters, vanilla beans, ice cream, anything! This version is very warming with the cinnamon and date syrup, but feel free to add dates or molasses instead if you don't have the syrup. I layered a few sweeteners here, I like the taste, but again, see what works for you. I hope you like it!
Lora Krulak

Serves 2

Cold Brew Coffee

  • 6 tablespoons organic ground coffee
  • .5 gallons filtered water
  1. Fill 3 tea bags (I like the Japanese ones that fold over and seal themselves) with at least 2 Tablespoons each of ground coffee and add to 1/2 gallon of cold filtered water. Let the brew steep on the counter for at least 12 hours and then put in the fridge for another 12. This may seem extreme, but it makes for a very tasty brew.

The Mocha-Coco Smoothie

  • 1.25 cups cold brew coffee
  • .25 cups goat milk (or any milk)
  • .5 avocado
  • handful ice
  • 2 (heaping) teaspoons cacao powder
  • 1 teaspoon coconut sugar
  • 2 teaspoons date syrup
  • 2 teaspoons maple syrup
  • 4 dashes cinnamon
  • 1 dash sea salt
  1. Add all of the ingredients to a blender and blend on high. You may need to adjust the amount of sweetness depending on how sweet you like your drinks.

Tags: breakfast, chocolate, cold, Drinks, frozen

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