It’s coming into the summer, which calls for only one thing; a cool iced coffee to quench your thirst on a hot sunny day.
With our ProCoffee range, you can create a delicious iced protein coffee that provides high nutritional value, including all of your daily essential vitamins, L-Theanine & amino acids,
and 8g of protein in one single serving.
And with only 35 calories per serving scoop, you can create some really tasty iced protein coffee recipes, meaning you can still achieve your health and fitness goals without having to sacrifice a tasty ice-cool beverage.
Check out our favourite iced protein coffee recipes below.
Before we begin making iced protein coffee
Before we begin listing the ingredients and instructions for these marvellous iced protein coffee recipes, there are some essential ingredients and kitchenware that you should have at hand before you get started
Choose whichever milk you most like the taste of, e.g.) semi-skimmed, oat, soy, etc., are all great options for making these iced protein coffee recipes. You could also include some protein milk if you really need to boost your protein intake; however, be mindful of this option if you’re watching your calorie intake.
A Tall Glass
In order to get those flavours to combine and create a cooling effect throughout the whole drink, you should be sure to mix it all up in a tall glass. This will provide enough space to pour the coffee and milk over the ice cubes without any liquids spilling over.
You will definitely need some ice cubes for that cool and thirst-quenching characteristic of an iced coffee. Be sure to pick up a bag of ice or freeze some in advance to create delicious iced protein coffee recipes at home.
You will also need some hot water at the ready to dissolve the protein coffee formula. Simply mix it up beforehand and set it aside to cool for at least 30 minutes in the fridge. You will need around 200 ml to dissolve one serving scoop of ProCoffee.
Iced Protein Coffee Recipes
Whether you’re after a simple iced protein coffee with subtle flavour or something that is more indulgent and dessert-like, we have an iced protein coffee recipe to satisfy those cravings and provide you with a boost of energy.
Simple Maple Syrup Iced Protein Coffee
This is a great iced protein coffee recipe, it’s low in calories and high in protein; with only 80 calories per serving and 9.5g of protein (if using semi-skimmed milk and ProCoffee formula), this is an iced coffee drink that you could quickly get used to.
5 – 6 Ice Cubes
1 x Teaspoon maple syrup
- Mix the ProCoffee with the hot water and allow it to cool for at least 30 minutes beforehand.
- To a blender, add in the coffee mixture, milk and teaspoon of maple syrup.
- Once combined, pour over the iced cubes and enjoy!
Do you want cream with that?
This is a great iced protein coffee recipe that provides a velvety texture and a rich, creamy flavour. It is almost dessert-like, and you don’t need any milk to make it! It’s also a great method for using up some leftover single cream you might have lying around and at only 160 calories and 9.5g of protein per serving, what’s not to like?
2 x Teaspoon sugar
1-3 Tablespoons of cream
3 – 5 Ice Cubes
- Mix the ProCoffee formula with the hot water and sugar.
- Leave it to cool for at least 1 hour before serving.
- Pour the mixture over a glass of ice cubes and stir in 1-3 tablespoons of cream.
Caramel Drizzle Iced Protein Coffee
This is probably one of our favourite and most indulgent iced protein coffee recipes. The salted caramel flavour perfectly balances out the rich flavour of the protein coffee blend, and the amount of milk creates an almost iced-latte effect.
At only 250 calories and 9.5g of protein per serving, it’s an indulgent treat you can factor in every day!
2 x tablespoons caramel sauce
Pinch of sea salt
50 ml semi-skimmed milk (or alternative milk)
13g Low-fat spray cream
3 – 5 Ice Cubes
- Mix the brewed protein coffee, milk, one tablespoon of caramel sauce, and a pinch of sea salt together in a blender or separate glass.
- Pour the mixture over the ice cubes in a glass.
- Top off with a serving of squirty cream, and finish it off by drizzling the remaining teaspoon of caramel sauce over the top.
Iced Protein Coffee Mocha
This iced protein coffee recipe takes a little longer than the above recipes, but it is well worth the wait. After tasting this iced coffee recipe, you’ll be in no rush to Starbucks anytime soon, and with only 160 calories and 9.5g protein, per glass, it’s too good to not have a sip.
15g Cocoa powder
- Bring the milk, sugar and cocoa powder to a simmer in a pot until the sugar and powder have fully dissolved.
- Let that mixture cool for around 30 minutes in the fridge.
- Pour the mixture over the ice cubes and add the protein coffee over the top; it creates a visually pleasing dual effect of both liquids merging with each other.
- Top it off with some squirty cream and a dusting of cocoa powder or a drizzle of chocolate sauce.
ProCoffee: Delicious coffee packed full of nutritional value
ProCoffee is shaking up the coffee industry, creating a unique product that offers that rich flavour of your favourite coffee bean alongside the nutritional benefits of added protein and essential vitamins. Check out this article on the benefits of vitamin B2 and B12 and the role it plays in our bodies.
We are on a mission to make it easier for people to hit their daily nutritional targets, in a more convenient and accessible way. With the ProCoffee range, you can start every day off right, whether it’s your usual morning brew or a fancy iced protein coffee, our blend will elevate your drink to a new level.