30 Calorie Blended Iced Coffee (Sugar-free, Dairy-free, Paleo, Gluten-free, 1 SmartPoints)

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Treat yourself to this refreshing, low-calorie coffee drink. I’m a little obsessed with it and make it every day..Sometimes a few times a day! It’s light with the subtle flavors of coffee, vanilla, coconut, and oh so yummy. It actually can be made with coconut or almond milk. Each large drink has only 30 calories, 2g fat, and just 1 Blue WW Freestyle SmartPoints and 1 Green. Have fun super skinny sipping!

Prep Time: 5 minutes (not including chilling the coffee)


Ingredients

⅔ cup strong brewed regular coffee or decaf (chilled), I like using vanilla or hazelnut, see prep tips below

⅓ cup unsweetened vanilla coconut milk, vanilla almond/coconut milk or unsweetened vanilla/almond milk, I like Blue Diamond or Silk

1 cup ice

1 teaspoon vanilla extract

1-2 packages Truvia, Stevia or Splenda, to taste


Instructions

1. In a blender, add chilled coffee and all other ingredients including 1 pkg. of sweetener. Blend on high until all the ice is thoroughly crushed and the drink is smooth. Taste. Add 1 more sweetener, if desired. Blend again. Pour into a glass or travel cup. Add a straw and enjoy!

Makes 1 serving, 2 cups (16 oz)


Prep Tips
I made the coffee in my Keurig Machine. I set it for an 8-ounce cup. It makes a much stronger cup. Or brew your coffee extra strong. Regular or decaf coffee works great. I like to make mine with hazelnut or vanilla coffee. Use your favorite.

Regular ice works great, but you can freeze your own coffee cubes for a double dose of caffeine. To make coffee cubes, fill an ice tray with chilled coffee, and leave it in your freezer overnight. Use 1 cup coffee cubes to replace ice cubes


WW Freestyle SmartPoints
1-Blue
WW SmartPoints
1-Green
WW Points Plus 1

SKINNY FACTS: for 1 serving. 2 cups (16 oz)
30 calories, 2g fat, 1g sat. fat, 0mg chol, 0g prot, 7g carbs, 0g fiber, 9mg sod, 1g sugar