The term instant coffee is a loaded word, and I’m not sure what exactly it means.
It sounds a little too good to be true, but I believe it to be the case.
I’m sure it’s been a lot of fun, but for the time being, it’s just another name for the coffee pods in your cup.
So, how do you make your own?
The best part is, the recipes are so simple and easy, you don’t even need a recipe book.
The only ingredients you need to make your coffee are: instant coffee pods, coffee beans, milk, milk solids, sugar, baking soda, and water.
First things first, get some coffee pods.
I have a few, but you’ll probably want to use one of the many other brands on the market.
I usually buy a bag at Costco for around $2, and you can find them at most grocery stores.
These pods are not cheap.
You’ll probably have to make a batch of 10-15 of them, so make sure you’re not planning on buying any other pods at the store.
Once you’ve got your pods, it doesn’t matter which brands you choose.
You just need to add a couple of tablespoons of coffee powder to each pod and stir.
Next, pour your milk into your coffee pot.
If you’re using the regular milk, you’ll need about 1/3 cup of milk, which will be about 8 cups of water.
(I usually pour it into my coffee pot at around 8 cups.)
This will create a smooth, frothy liquid.
You can also add a little more milk to your pot if you’d like, but don’t worry about that at this point.
Now, pour the milk into the coffee pot, and stir until the coffee is bubbling.
After the coffee has boiled for a few minutes, you can stir the milk in.
In a couple weeks, your coffee will be ready for you to enjoy.
Here’s a few more tips to make it go faster:Make sure you stir your milk and coffee when you pour the liquid in.
This will help the coffee blend and prevent the liquid from getting soggy.
You don’t want to overspill.
Once the coffee starts to froth, remove the lid and allow it to cool to room temperature.
This takes about 5-10 minutes, depending on your coffee maker.
When your coffee is done, it should have a slight, creamy consistency.
Remove from the heat and pour into a mug or other mug with a good filter.
Enjoy your coffee!