Summer is the time to enjoy a cup of iced coffee. My kids’ favourite is Tim Horton’s Iced Capp Supreme. However, I would prefer a McD’s ice coffee simply for the lesser calories. Here is a comparison of nutritional value for a small serving of both of them:
Tim Horton’s Iced Capp Supreme
Saturated fat: 6g
Trans fat: 0.4g
McDonald’s Iced Coffee
Saturated fat: 3.5g
Trans fat: 0.2g
We bought this Kona Mocha Blended Iced Coffee Mix from Costco for about $8. It has become one of Nanzaro’s favourite home made drink in summer.
This is a fairly good iced blended coffee which has the creaminess that resembles Tim Horton’s Iced Capp.
Comparatively, it’s nutritional values is between McD’s Iced Coffee and Tim Horton’s Iced Capp Supreme. The only thing I’m concerned about this product is the sodium is quite high, not good for people with hyper tension.
Making the Kona Mocha Blended Ice Coffee is simple. You just need a blender, some ice and milk.
Nanzaro will always volunteer to make it as he always gets a cup for himself and share the other cup with his brother or father and leave the clean up for me :-(.
Here is the finished product, a creamy ice coffee for a hot summer day. You can make 17 servings of 473ml blender drinks from the tin of 1.36kg (48oz) of Kona Mocha Blended Ice Coffee Mix. That average to 25cents per cup serving, way much cheaper than Tim Horton’s small Iced Capp ($2.49)or McD’s small Iced Coffee ($1.39).
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