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Cold Foam Cold Brew Recipe

Cold foam cold brew is easily my most favorite drink at Starbucks. After having it for the first time, I was instantly addicted and started getting it on a daily basis. I’m telling y’all, cold foam is an ingenious creation!

Real talk, getting a venti Starbucks drink on a daily basis is expensive and I’m so not about that life. My solution, perfect my homemade cold foam cold brew. The best part is, it’s so easy to make, super cheap and absolutely delicious!

All you need is good quality light roast whole bean coffee, cold brew pitcher, a coffee grinder and milk frother.

PSA: Everyone should own this milk frother, it is the best small kitchen gadget and is so easy to use!!

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Cold Foam Cold Brew Recipe Below!

cold foam cold brew

I make my cold brew for the week on Sunday and it lasts throughout the week. This saves so much time and it’s nice having coffee ready as soon as I wake up. Making homemade cold brew is easier than you would think. You essentially blend up some coffee beans and soak them in water for 12-24 hours.

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cold foam cold brew
cold foam cold brew

As far as ratios are concerned, I like soaking 1 cup of freshly blended coffee to 4 cups of filtered water. You can either do this in a cold brew pitcher or any container with a clamp lid. If you just use a random container, you’ll need a coffee filter to strain the cold brew.


cold foam cold brew

When the cold brew is ready, it stays good in the fridge for 5 days. I use 1 part coffee to 1 part water, but you can dilute it to your preference. When you’re ready to drink it, get the cold foam ready! The cold foam is literally just almond milk, agave nectar, and a pinch of sea salt all frothed together with this amazing gadget. You can use skim milk instead of almond milk, but don’t use full-fat milk; it doesn’t froth as well.

cold foam cold brew


Have you tried cold foam cold brew? Let me know if you make this recipe!