Coffee Slushie Recipe

coffee slushie

Is there anything more satisfying than a cup of coffee in the morning?

Think of that feeling, you’re still half asleep, but luckily with a cup of coffee in your hand. Sitting at your computer or reading, you come back to life with each sip of coffee.

But not only do you come back to life, you get filled with excitement, creativity, and optimism. I think we can all agree on that being the number one reason why we love coffee.

But what about a hot summer day, where a cup of hot coffee just doesn’t seem as good as it does on colder days?

For us, at our absolute favorite way of preparing coffee on a hot summer day is by making coffee slushies.

These delicious frozen coffee slushies are super easy to make and today I’m going to be showing you exactly that – how to make a coffee slushie!

Fun fact
Did you know that Hawaii is the only American state that grows coffee?

Coffee Slushie Recipe Ingredients

  • 2 cups of coffee
  • Half a cup of milk
  • ¼ cup of agave syrup
how to make a coffee slushie

Where to Get the Ingredients for Coffee Slushies?

Fortunately, all the ingredients required for the preparation of coffee slushies are super easy to get and find, they’re available at any supermarket.

We’d just recommend that you choose your favorite brand and type of coffee, and also your favorite type of milk – this will ensure that the coffee slushies taste as good as possible!

Coffee Slushie Recipe Preparation in a Slushie Machine

Step 1
Start by combining the 2 cups of coffee, half a cup of milk and ¼ cup of agave syrup in a slushie machine.

Step 2
Place on the lid on the slush machine and switch to the ‘SLUSH’ mode on the side of the VBENLEM 110V or any other slushie machine that you might be using.

Step 3
Give the machine a few minutes to process the coffee, so that it gets the slushie texture – look at your manual to see how long that takes.

And finally, serve the delicious coffee slushies and enjoy!

coffee slush recipe

Note: It’s highly recommended that you serve and consume the coffee slushies right after making them to ensure the best flavor and texture. No one likes a melted slushie. 😉

Recommended Slush Machine for making Coffee Slush

If you don’t have a slushie machine yet, it can be a daunting task picking one up and choosing the right model, as there are numerous different options. But if we had to pick one…

We’d go for and recommend you take a look at the VBENLEM 110V slushy maker – it’s incredibly high quality, it produces the best tasting slushies and it’ll serve you for many years to come.

The reason why we love the VBENLEM 110V is due to its reliability and its auto maintenance systems that ensure its reliability.

In fact, we can go as far as saying that this is hands down the most reliable slush machine on the market today. We can guarantee it’ll last you a very long time!

(UPDATE) The VBENLEM 110V slushie machine is currently on sale with a pre-applied coupon for $50 off! Hurry, as the sale ends at the end of July, 2020.

vbenlem slushy maker

Coffee Slushie Preparation in a Blender

Step 1
Start by pouring some coffee into the ice cube tray and then put the ice cube tray with coffee in the freezer until it’s fully frozen.

Step 2
Combine all the ingredients in the blender. Start with the 2 cups of coffee, then add the coffee ice cubes.

Then continue with adding half a cup of milk and the ¼ cup of agave syrup.

Step 3
Put on the lid and cover the top of the blender, then use the“PULSE” function periodically to crush the ice and get your desired consistency.

Step 4
Your delicious coffee slushies are now ready to be served. Enjoy!

Coffee Slushie Reviews

Ishita says: “Morning or afternoon, these slushies are always amazing. Also super easy to make.”

Ishita posted 5 out of 5 stars (5 / 5) review

Sam says: “I stopped drinking Starbucks after making these for the first time… lol”

Sam posted 5 out of 5 stars (5 / 5) review

Want to learn more about the process of making slush? Make sure to check out our full guide!

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