Creamy Iced Coffee in Your Blender



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This creamy iced coffee made with frozen cubes of almondmilk creamer and cold brew coffee is the perfect, refreshing drink to get your morning started. This post is sponsored by Almond Breeze.

I’m so excited to share this recipe! As you know, I LOVE a good cup of coffee… Isaac is typically the coffee master in our house and I’m usually lucky enough to wake up to a delicious cup every morning. Most mornings, he makes a French press, but as soon as the weather warms up I start craving iced coffee and request that he makes a weekly batch of cold brew. Cold brew tastes so much better than regular coffee that has been chilled. It’s less acidic and much smoother!

Mason jar with blended cold brew and almond milk creamer. Frothy and creamy coffee with a silver straw.

When Almond Breeze reached out to create a recipe using their new Almondmilk Creamer, I knew exactly what I wanted to make: Almondmilk Creamer cubes to go with our cold brew coffee.

Almond Breeze almondmilk creamer bottle next to a bowl of almondmilk creamer ice cubes.

If you have ever let your cold coffee sit too long, you know the ice cubes melt and the end result is a watered down, less than ideal cup of joe. SO, to remedy that, I decided to make creamy delicious ice cubes that will make your coffee taste better, not worse, as they melt!

No more watered down coffee.

Mason jar with Almond Breeze almondmilk creamer ice cubes.

While testing this recipe I decide to take things one step further by blending the cold brew coffee with the creamer cubes to make a perfectly creamy iced coffee that you can enjoy right away, rather than having to wait for the cubes to melt. Sometimes you don’t have time for that.

Cold brew being poured into a mason jar with almondmilk creamer ice cubes.

I have to say that the blended ice coffee with creamer cubes was such a brilliant idea. For one batch I pulsed the blender just until the cubes turned into crushed ice, which made for a frappuccino texture and for another batch I blended the mixture until the iced coffee was completely smooth. Either way tastes amazing. It really just depends on your preference.

Almondmilk creamer ice cubes and cold brew being blended up in a blender. Frothy and creamy.

Ingredients in Creamy Iced Coffee

Almond Breeze almondmilk creamer bottle next to a frothy glass of blended cold brew and creamer.

Almond Breeze Almondmilk Creamer is thick and creamy, just like a traditional creamer but dairy-free and vegan! The Unsweetened Original plant based creamer (what I used for this recipe) is only 10 calories and has 0 grams of sugar per serving… a huge upgrade from traditional creamer! I’ve been using a splash of this creamer for regular coffee, but I love how fun these creamer cubes are!

Just a little note: The Almond Breeze Almondmilk Creamer has “do not freeze” on the packaging. I won’t freeze the whole container to save for later use, but it’s totally fine to make creamer cubes out of it by freezing overnight.

How to Make Creamy Iced Coffee

Pour creamer in an ice cube tray and freeze for at least four hours… ideally overnight. After freezing, add your coffee and creamer cubes to a blender. Add your sweetener if you’re using one. Pulse for coffee with crushed ice (my preference!) or blend until smooth. Pour into a cup, add a straw and enjoy!

If you’re looking for good reusable straws, I highly recommend these stainless steel straws or Koffie straws. The Koffie straws are great for hot coffee too!

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4.56 from 9 votes

Creamy Iced Coffee

This creamy iced coffee made with Almondmilk Creamer cubes and cold brew coffee is the perfect, refreshing drink to get your morning started.
Prep Time: 4 hours
Total Time: 4 hours
Servings: 2


  • 16 ounces cold brew coffee from concentrate
  • 1/2 cup Almond Breeze Almondmilk Creamer, I used Unsweetened Original
  • sweetener of choice, optional
  • ice cube tray


  • Pour Almond Breeze Almondmilk Creamer into an ice cube tray and freeze for at least 4 hours or overnight.
  • Pour coffee into your blender and add as many creamer ice cubes you’d like. I added about 6. Add sweetener at this point if you’re using it.
  • Blend until ice is crushed or the iced coffee is completely smooth. I really liked it with the crushed ice.
  • Pour into a glass or travel cup with a straw and enjoy.


Serving: 1 | Calories: 61kcal | Carbohydrates: 4g | Fat: 2g

Nutrition information is automatically calculated, so should only be used as an approximation.

Additional Info

Course: Drinks
Cuisine: American
Keyword: iced coffee
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Hey there, I’m Brittany, the creator of Eating Bird Food, cookbook author, health coach and mama of two littles. Here you’ll find quick and easy recipes that make healthy fun and enjoyable for you and your family!

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  1. What’s the difference between just adding the liquid creamer to the cold brew, or freezing it first then blending till it’s liquid? Lol the frapuccino consistency I understand, but if I’m just gonna blend it till it’s totally liquid again, what’s the advantage of freezing it first?

    1. Freezing it first helps to make the drink thicker and frothier! You can totally skip freezing the creamer. It’s just an option. 🙂

  2. 5 stars
    Thank you so much for sharing great post very detailed explanation about competitor Keyword and learned somethings new.

  3. This is such a brilliant idea!! Can’t wait to try this 🙂 I agree with you about loving cold brew coffee (usually make homemade!) during the warmer summer months.