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Easy Caramel Iced Coffee

Easy Caramel Iced Coffee

Easy Caramel Iced Coffee

My favorite is a vanilla long john.

Glazed donuts are my all time favorite but I LOVE all donuts!!

I love glazed donuts

My favorite is the glazed donuts, but my kids love the chocolate glazed.

my favorite type of donut is chocolate glazed donuts

A soft glazed donut is my favorite!

I like custard filled maple bars.

My favorite donut is a powdered sugar donut.

I love all glazed donuts.

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I like the pop em donut holes and the crumb donuts.

I love sugar powdered donuts.

I love glazed whether it is chocolate or not.

I like chocolate donuts.

My favorite donut is the powdered donuts.

Glazed donuts are my favorite.

My favorite is a glazed donut. It’s simple but delish!

I like apple fritters.

I love the cheese danish!

My Favorite Donut Is Chocolate Frosted.

Chocolate covered donuts are one of my all time favorite donuts!

Wait until you see just how easy this Caramel Iced Coffee is to make. You’ll never have to go to the coffee shop again!

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I love iced coffee…especially on hot summer days. What I don’t love, however, is how pricey they can be.

This recipe is so easy to make – I don’t think I’ll ever have to hit the drive through again.

This delicious iced coffee recipe is super easy to make at home. It uses easy ingredients that you may already have in your pantry and fridge and it comes together in a matter of minutes.

What goes better with the perfect cup of (iced or hot) coffee? Why, donuts, of course!

For the sixth consecutive year, Entenmann’s® and The Salvation Army are partnering to celebrate National Donut Day and the rich heritage behind it!

National Donut Day commemorates the “donut lassies,” female Salvation Army volunteers who provided writing supplies, stamps, clothes-mending, home-cooked meals, and of course, donuts, for soldiers on the front lines.

With limited resources, these treats were fried, only seven at a time. The Salvation Army’s Ensign, Margaret Sheldon and Adjutant Helen Purviance, cleverly thought of frying donuts in soldiers’ helmets. Approximately 250 Salvation Army volunteers provided assistance to American soldiers in France, starting in 1917 during WWI.

Entenmann’s® Bakery produces more than 780 million donuts a year to keep up with the demands of Entenmann’s donut lovers nationwide. The Rich Frosted Donut has been Entenmann’s® #1 seller since its introduction in 1973.

As a part of the National Donut Day festivities, Entenmann’s® will be hosting a “Win Free Donuts for a Year” Facebook sweepstakes starting April 1st, awarding 10 Grand Prizes winners one year of free Entenmann’s donuts at the end of the Sweepstakes period, July 2, 2016. You can enter the contest here.

A Giveaway!

One lucky It Is a Keeper reader will win am Entenmann’s® National Donut Day prize pack! This prize contains:

Five $7 Entenmann’s Coupons

One $25 AMEX gift card

Entenmann’s Party Plates & Napkins

One National Donut Day T-Shirt

One Rich Frosted Donut Plush Toy with a Party Hat!

Here’s how to enter:

Entrants must be US residents and at least 18 years of age.

Easy Caramel Iced Coffee

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