Homemade Iced Capps

A fabulous, easy-to-make, copycat Tim Horton's Iced Capp knock off recipe! Cold, refreshing, and delicious! Plus it's a lot cheaper to make than the original version!

Tim Horton’s Iced Capps… I dream of them all winter and then I drink them up all summer. This addiction can be a little expensive, so I did some research (and experimentation), which led to the perfect recipe for homemade Iced Capps! I’m going to share this recipe here, with you, today.

I found inspiration for this recipe on Babble (see adaptation credit below). I decided to make my own version of this recipe because I do not have (nor do I like) instant coffee and I prefer the taste of brown sugar to white sugar.

INGREDIENTS

5 oz. brewed coffee (strong and Tim Horton’s brand is naturally the best)
3 Tbsp dark brown sugar
1 Tbsp vanilla
1/3 cup cream (canned premium coconut milk for a dairy-free version)
12 ice cubes

DIRECTIONS

  1. Mix hot coffee, brown sugar, and vanilla in a cup
  2. Stir mixture until sugar is dissolved
  3. Add mixture to blender
  4. Add cream and ice cubes
  5. Blend for approximately 1 minute
  6. Pour into cups, add straws, and enjoy!

If you love Iced Capps as much as me, you can thank me later (or now if you prefer).
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Comments

  1. says

    I’ve never had one of these before but it sounds soooo tasty! I don’t do dairy so I’ll have to try it with coconut milk. I love coffee based drinks so I’m excited to try this one out. I’m pinning it for later! :)

  2. says

    This sounds wonderful and you must be Canadian to be toting Timmy’s coffee, which is delicious, you are so right!
    Thank you for the recipe, I’m going to try it.
    Hugs, cindy

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