For the Love of Coffee: Top Mobile Coupons and Delicious DIY Recipes

Let’s face it. People who coupon (especially people who mobile coupon) are super-people. We like to get juScreen Shot 2013-04-15 at 10.11.56 PMst a little bit more for our buck. We like to get more for less when it comes to time, too. Which is probably why all the couponers I know are coffee drinkers. Coffee is truly a magical elixir. I am, approximately, three times more productive when I have just the right amount of caffeine in my system. What’s the right amount of caffeine for me? Why, it would be one of Starbucks’ new vanilla iced coffees.

I was beyond thrilled to find a coupon for my new favorite coffee drink in the SnipSnap app. At Walgreens, you can save a dollar when you buy two iced coffees with this coupon, now through AScreen Shot 2013-04-15 at 10.11.40 PMpril 27th. That’s 12 days of super-cheap coffee for me!

Want something a little sweeter and handmade to share with a friend? Make sure you SnipSnap this coupon for BOGO iced coffee at Dunkin Donuts.

Feeling extra domestic and want to experiment with making your own coffee concoction? Check out some of my favorite coffee recipes from some absolutely amazing DIY/Lifestyle bloggers:

Abbey from The Cards We Drew uses coffee creamer and frozen yogurt to create a delicious imitation vanilla frappe.

Ashley from Sugar & Cloth creates a short-cut instant iced coffee recipe for non-morning people.

Ree from The Pioneer Woman creates an artful, slow-steeped iced coffee using sweetened condensed milk.

Lyndy Luck gives you a barista’s perspective on how to create a super-strong iced coffee with three times the caffeine.

Bobbie from Dishin with Rebelle creates a yummy Italian coffee using creamer, cornstarch, and dark chocolate.

Confessions of a Bright-Eyed Baker makes a delicious double for Starbucks’ iced caramel latte.

Polly from The Littlest Polly puts a spin on your ordinary coffee flavors with cherry coffee, mint leaves, and honey in this unique iced coffee creation.

Erika from Musings from a Stay at Home Mom makes a mean mocha pudding delight with mocha iced coffee and Oreos.

Lauren from I am That Lady dishes up a light vanilla mocha frappe made to mimic McDonald’s mocha frappe for less money and less calories.

Frances from Notions from Nonny makes a 74 calorie iced coffee using condensed milk, almond milk, and sugar free syrup.