Instant Pot Coffee Concentrate is the new crave that has taken the Instant Pot world by storm. First, it was the Crack Chicken, which is dynamite, and now you can sip on the coffee concentrate that you made right in your Instant Pot. Bold flavor, that is smooth and will give you that energy boosts your wanting.
If you enjoy coffee, you have to try this Instant Pot Coffee Concentrate recipe. It is so easy to do, and the flavor that you end up with is fantastic.
Instant Pot Coffee Concentrate
So what is the big deal about a coffee concentrate you ask? Well, a coffee concentrate is going to give you a stronger flavor than a brewed cup of coffee. You can use the concentrate to jazz up your morning coffee in a handful of ways. Make iced coffees, frappuccinos, and more. Or if you are more of a classic, just warm up this concentrate for a hot cup of coffee. It is versatile, and you will love it.
Is This Decaf or Regular Coffee Concentrate
Either! You are more than welcome to opt for decaf if you prefer, but you are more than welcome to reach for a regular full caffeine coffee. You can reach for your favorite brand, and go with that. The only thing I warn is to reach for a regular grind coffee. You do not want it to be to thin as it will affect the texture and if it is too course it will not give you the quality flavor you want.
Can You Use Flavored Coffees For Instant Pot Coffee Concentrate
Yes, you sure can. If you love hazelnut, Instant Pot pumpkin Spice or vanilla flavored coffee reach for that. It will work just the same as any other brand of coffee. I have mainly used plain that way I can dress it up in a variety of ways when it comes to my coffee drinks, but do whatever you feel fits your tastebuds best.
How To Serve Coffee Concentrate
So this is a tricky area. Because each recipe will vary, this is something you will want to test out. Depending on the type of roast you used, brand, etc, it can give you a different flavor than say what I made. So what I suggest doing is play around with the amount of concentrate you use in your recipes.
Just like any coffee shop you have to tweak to find the perfect ratio. If you find one that works write it down so you have it for later!
Recipes to go with your iced coffee:
How To Store Leftover Coffee Concentrate
You can place your coffee concentrate in a glass jar with a lid and store it in the fridge until you are ready to enjoy it. If you want place in a mason jar or any other type of container that seals to keep your concentrate fresh.
Then when ready to use, pull it out, pour what you want and toss it back in the fridge.
If you have a love for coffee and want to cut down on that coffee shop expense, try this Instant Pot coffee concentrate. It is so easy to make and will transform your coffee cravings.
- 1 and 1/2 Cups Fresh Ground Coffee
- 18 cups water
- Add Coffee to the Instant Pot
- Pour in Water
- Cook on manual high pressure for 4 minutes
- Do a natural release
- allow cooling
- Strain coffee using a filter
- Pour over ice and add your favorite cream
Nutrition Information:Yield: 18 Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 0Total Fat: 0gSaturated Fat: 0gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 0gCholesterol: 0mgSodium: 10mgCarbohydrates: 0gFiber: 0gSugar: 0gProtein: 0g