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21 Coffeehouse Recipes You Can Make At Home

This is a compilation of my favorite 21 Coffeehouse Recipes You Can Make At Home! The ones that taste like they were made in your local coffee shop but, instead you can make them right in the comfort of your own kitchen without going anywhere!

I have to admit I usually start each morning with a latte from Dunkin’, Starbucks, or my local coffeehouse.. depending on where I am and what I’m craving.

However, in light of everything going on in the world currently I will not be venturing out especially not for my daily coffee. Instead I’ll be making one here every morning (something I should’ve been doing all along). I’ll be saving my $5 + everyday and I will be able to fully customize it!

If you’re looking to do the same, here are some amazing recipes to try! I promise they will help fill the void whether you’re hunkered in at home, love making your own coffee, or just looking to save a little money!

Smore’s Latte by Le Petite Eats

Homemade Caramel Vanilla Iced Coffee by Cooking With Amber

Affogato by My Yellow Apron

Creamy Almond Coconut Cashew Coffee by Culinary Ginger

Iced Caramel Latte by A Seasoned Greeting

Sparkling Iced Coffee by Cooking with Janica

Iced Salted Caramel Coffee by Carefree Mermaid

Caramel Coffee Oreo Shake by Two Kids and A Coupon

Pistachio Coffee Latte by Zestful Kitchen

Vietnamese Iced Coffee by Delightful Plate

Iced Mocha Latte by Natalie’s Health

Cinnamon Eggnog Coffee by Carefree Mermaid

Iced Mint Mocha by Finding Zest

Frosted Hazelnut Mocha by Carefree Mermaid

Coconut Mocha Frappucino by Powered By Mom

Caramel Frappucino by Baking Beauty

Iced Maple Syrup Cardamom Coffee by Recipes From A Pantry

Iced Caramel Macchiato by Cooking with Janica

Frozen Hazelnut Mocha Coffee by Carefree Mermaid

Frosted Coffee by Dukes and Duchesses

Vietnamese Coconut Coffee by Delightful Plate

Vegan Mocha Frappe by Delightful Adventures

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Frozen Hazelnut Mocha Coffee

Today I’m sharing a recipe for this Frozen Hazelnut Mocha Coffee. I have a love for frozen or cold coffees even in the winter! I just can’t help it.

I find myself hitting up the drive thru whenever I can for a Frozen Coffee, I do realize though that I need to be making my own coffee at home a whole lot more often.

To make this you’ll need cold brewed coffee, ice, hazelnut creamer, and chocolate syrup.

Frozen Hazelnut Mocha Coffee

Start by pouring one cup of the Cold Brewed Coffee into your blender.

Next, add a cup of ice.

Now, add 2 Tbsp of the Hazelnut Creamer.

Finally, add about 3 Tbsp of the Chocolate Syrup (You don’t actually need to measure this, you can just guesstimate.)

Blend well. If it’s too clumpy, blend longer. If it’s too thin – add more ice or, if it’s too thick add more coffee!

Take a glass and swirl chocolate syrup straight into the glass.

Pour your Frozen Coffee right into the glass!

Enjoy the taste of Frozen Coffee at home!

Frozen Hazelnut Mocha Coffee

Print Recipe
Serves: 1 Cooking Time: 10 minutes


  • 1 Cup of Cold Brewed Coffee
  • 1 Cup of Ice
  • 2 Tbsp Hazelnut Creamer
  • 3 Tbsp Chocolate Syrup



Add the ice to the blender.


Pour in the coffee.


Add the chocolate syrup and hazelnut creamer.


Blend well!

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Cold Brew Coffee with Pink Velvet Foam

I love Cold Brew Coffee and I love flavored foam on top even more. So, this Valentine’s Day I’ve been inspired to make a Cold Brew Coffee with Pink Velvet Foam.

The foam tastes just like red velvet with a pretty pink tone to it!

Cold Brew Coffee with Pink Velvet Foam

Start by making your cold brew coffee. Set it aside. To make the Pink Velvet Foam – it’s easy! You’ll need whipping cream, red food coloring, unsweetened cocoa powder, and confectioner’s sugar.

In a large bowl combine two cups of whipping cream, one Tbsp of unsweetened cocoa powder, three drops of red food coloring, and one cup of confectioner’s sugar.

Whisk it rapidly. Keep whisking until it’s fully mixed. Then continue to whisk until it starts get a little foamy and frothy!

Finally, pour the foam right on top of the cold brew coffee.

The foam should be thick enough that it sits right on the top!

Cold Brew Coffee with Pink Velvet Foam

Print Recipe
Cooking Time: 8 minutes


  • 2 Cups of Whipping Cream
  • 1 Tbsp of Unsweetened Cocoa Powder
  • Red Food Coloring
  • 1 Cup of Confectioner's Sugar



Combine two cups of whipping cream, one Tbsp of unsweetened cocoa powder, three drops of red food coloring, and one cup of confectioner's sugar.


Whisk it rapidly. Keep whisking until it's fully mixed and frothy.


Pour over top of cold brew coffee!

Treat yourself with these sweet coffees!

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Iced Salted Caramel Coffee

One of my favorite ways to enhance any coffee is salted caramel. I love when Starbucks gets its Salted Caramel Mocha for the season. Feeling inspired by that I’m making an Iced Salted Caramel Coffee today. Bringing the coffee house home!

Iced Salted Caramel Coffee

Start by brewing your coffee. Once your coffee is brewed, let it cool for a few moments then add about 5 cubes of ice to it, stirring it quickly. Remove ice, set coffee aside.

Fill a separate glass to the brim with ice. Add the salted caramel. Pour in the milk. Add vanilla extract and brown sugar.

Finally, pour the coffee in over the top. Stir well.

Add the whipped cream and drizzle with a little salted caramel on top!

Iced Salted Caramel Coffee

Print Recipe
Serves: 1 Cooking Time: 10 minutes


  • 1 Cup of Coffee
  • 1 Tsp of Salted Caramel
  • 1 Tsp of Brown Sugar
  • 1/2 Cup of Milk
  • Splash of Vanilla Extract

You can also do a little customizing here if need be! Want to substitute Coconut Milk, Almond Milk, or Soy? Go for it!

If you have an espresso machine you can even make this into a latte. Just do two shots of espresso, and the same amount of everything else , adding more milk if need be!