Iced coffee with milk


Iced Coffee with Milk from Honey Dew Donuts

Made coffee, milk, vitamin D3.

Dietary Information

Meal: small
Servings: 1
Calories: 30
Energy: 9
Total Fat: 1 g
Saturated Fats: g
Trans Fat: g
Cholesterol: 4 mg
Sodium: 15 mg
Carbohydrates: 1.5 g
Soluble Fiber: g
Sugar: 1.5 g
Protein: 1 g

Allergy Warning

PRODUCT CONTAINS MILK. Our standard flavored hot coffees are flavored having a sugar-free flavor shot. Please be aware: optional flavoring can be utilized in a variety of shops for warm and iced drinks which are sweetened with sugar. Please tell your server for those who have any nutritional limitations. Be advised, a number of our products contain allergens including, wheat, soy, egg, nuts (including peanuts, walnuts, pecans, and coconut products). Even though some might be free from one of these simple allergens, all goods are created in kitchens which contain wheat, soy, eggs and nuts (including peanuts, walnuts, pecans, and coconut products) ingredients.

Iced Coffee with Milk from Honey Dew Donuts

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Kat Maw: I think I've found the perfect channel for making my meals. God bless you, now I won't starve.

Student Mealz: Welcome aboard Kat! 😀 We hope you'll enjoy your stay with us! ^^ Cheers from Belgium :D

Kat Maw: Student Mealz why thank you very much, indeed. Actually, I thought making iced coffee would be difficult but straight after watching this I made some- it's so hot in England right now- and my mates and I loved it. Definitely making it again. So again, thank you very much.

Marcos Bermudez: I think this guy just likes coffee flavored milk not iced coffee

Jackson Stallard: Marcos Bermudez Mormons

Bluesummers: +Student Mealz lmao

Ash Ketchum: Or, you could do it a simpler way.\n1. Put 2 tablespoons brown sugar and 1 tablespoon coffee in a large cup\n2. Put boiling water in just enough to dissolve the sugar and coffee\n3. Fill the rest of the cup with milk \nThat's a much simpler way to make it and you don't need those ice cubes which in the end make it taste all watery\n\nedit: \n\n1 teaspoon is enough coffee, 1 tablespoon is double shot.

Bluesummers: +Ash Ketchum Shit, I didn't read the edit and added a double shot. Still really good though. Used soy instead of milk.

Sadie Ellis: Bluesummers Man why would you use soy when you can use rice milk? It's the best for coffee :)

Jossie Arline: Why is everyone being mean to him I love him