Recipes over 9 years ago by Liz Adams

Roasted Marshmallow Iced Coffee

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When I make coffee at home I like to treat myself with something that leaves me with the same feeling my local coffee shop does – happy, satisfied, and excited for the day. This treat is inspired by a toasted marshmallow latte I used to get in college {marshmallow is one of my favorite flavors!} and is a sweet little topping to your favorite coffee drink. I’m usually a hot coffee drinker which works with this recipe too, just replace the cold brewed coffee with freshly brewed coffee. Here’s what you’ll do…

The night before, make a batch of cold brewed coffee {this might not be the most typical instructions but this is my easy way to do it}. I like to use my french press to make coffee the night before {I usually make 2 batches a week}. Put the grounds at the bottom of the french press, fill with boiling water, and stir. Place the plunger lid on top of the french press and let sit for 3 minutes. Press down on the plunger until all of the grounds are at the bottom and let steep overnight. In the morning, use a fine strainer or coffee filters to catch the grounds and pour coffee into a pitcher to store in the refrigerator for future use.

Fill a cup with ice and pour cold brewed coffee leaving an inch gap at the top

Place a dolup of marshmallow fluff or 2/3 large marshmallows on top of the coffee

Using a kitchen torch, burn/melt the marshmallow {if you’re making a warm latte you can also heat in the microwave}

Top with your milk of choice and enjoy! The perfect Saturday or Sunday morning treat.