Wednesday, October 17, 2012

How to make a Dunkin Donuts's Oreo Coffee Coolatta


I was never a coffee person until I had Dunkin Donuts's Oreo Coffee Coolatta. It is one of my favorite things ever! Since they will probably stop making it eventually, I just had to figure a way to make it myself.


  
Here is what you will need to make about 3 Small Dunkin Size Collattas:

  • 16 or so Oreos, crushed (with a few whole ones set aside)
  • 2 Cups COLD Strong Brewed Coffee (consider adding more grains than you normally would)
  • 1 Cup Heavy Cream
  • 7 Tbs. Sugar
  • 4 Tbs. Hersey Chocolate Syrup
  • About 14 Ice Cubes
  • Whipped Cream
 

Add all your ice cubes into the blender. Pour about a cup or so of your black coffee into the blender to give it a liquid base. 
Using Ice Crush, blend it all together to give it that slushy, icy texture. You don't want to blend all the coffee and ice together at once, or it will just be like cold coffee.


Add the cream, sugar, and chocolate syrup to the rest of your coffee. Stir well to combine.


Don't add all the coffee in at once
Add it gradually to make sure it doesn't end up too liquidy
I added about half, blended that together, then checked the consistency, and added some more.


Don't blend the Oreos in with the coffee and ice. 
You don't want them to get super soggy. Just stir them in. The pleasure of learning from experience. :)

  
Now for the Whipped Cream. Nice and tall please!

   
A little garnishing to make it look pretty.

And that's how you do it!

Now go and do P90X to burn it all off... :)

It is the most delicious thing ever! And it tastes just like the original!  



12 comments :

  1. Ahhh! Are you trying to get me addicted? This looks amazing!

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    1. Haha! It is really amazing... I'm trying to forget I ever had it! ;)

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  2. That looks so good!! Perhaps it's a good thing we don't have a Dunkin' Donuts close by. lol

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    1. So true! We have one on every corner here! :)

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  3. looks delish! i don't have a blender, but i do have a hand-held immerser... (or a "juh juh" as i tend to call it). think that'd work too?

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    1. If it has the capability to crush ice, it should! It's worth a try anyhow! :)

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  4. Bookmarked! Anything that has anything to do with oreo's & coffee is a win win! Thank's for sharing!

    Nikki
    www.Thecraftysideofsarcasm.com

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    1. Glad you like it! I agree! Oreo's and Coffee = <3


      <3 Hannah

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  5. Omg thank you! I'm going to try it out tomorrow, I am in love with these since they came out! I hate that they don't make them in the winter (they're usually up by May) and I want to be able to have one of these even during the holidays.

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    1. I know! I LOVE these more than I should. ;)

      Let me know how yours turns out!

      <3 Hannah

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  6. How can I make it skinny with very little calories? Can I use fat free half and half will that work?

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    1. Really good question. It inherently isn't healthy, but you could try using fat free Oreos, use milk instead of the cream, and either substitute to sugar or decrease it. I wish this was healthier- I would so drink it more often if it was! :P

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