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Iced Teeccino

This drink is sweetened with the lactose in the milk. I also add green leaf stevia for a bit more sweet. I am finding that I like stevia when it is in the presence of milk or cinnamon; no after-taste.

Course Beverage
Keyword coffee substitute, Iced Teeccino
Author Wardee Harmon

Ingredients

Instructions

  1. Make a double strength pot of teeccino.
  2. After the teeccino is done steeping, pour it out into a glass pitcher full of ice.

  3. The ice cools the coffee significantly, and then I pop the whole pitcher into the fridge for a few hours to chill all the way.

  4. It is still a little strong, which is good.

Recipe Notes

The Foamy Iced Teeccino

 
Combine 3 cups cold teeccino with 3 cups of cold raw milk in a large blender container.
Add a tray of ice cubes and 1/4 teaspoon of green leaf stevia.
Cover and blend on high until ice is all chopped up.
Pour into glasses and sprinkle with cocoa powder.
I use the VitaMix; if your blender is smaller, halve the quantities.
I use equal quantities of teeccino and milk.
Shift the amounts either way to suit your tastes.
 
 

The Not-So-Foamy Iced Teeccino

 
Combine equal parts cold raw milk and cold teeccino in a glass, along with ice cubes (if desired).
Sprinkle some green leaf stevia and cocoa powder on top.
Stir as best you can; it won't stir in all the way.
The nice thing about this method is that even though the stevia doesn't mix in, you get a little bit with every sip.
Once again, I used equal parts teeccino and milk.
Shift the amounts to suit yourself.