I use my Ninja Blender, which works wonders. It chops the ice, blends everything smoothly, and is easy to clean up.
Usually I brew a cup in my Keurig. I normally use a plain Starbucks or Dunk's K cup, a french vanilla or a coconut, but my absolute favorite is Cherry Chip Swirl by Van Houtte. I cool the coffee off in the fridge or put it in my favorite bacon shaped ice cube trays to make coffee ice cubes.
I fill the Ninja to 8-16oz (depending on if this is my whole breakfast or just half of it.) with half brewed black coffee and half International delight LIGHT iced coffee. The flavor doesnt matter, they are all delicious.
Then I add a splash of coffee creamer. My favorites to use are Bailey's or International delight. Again, the flavor doesnt matter. I am a bit addicted to coffee creamers, so somedays I will use one that I am in the mood for, or if I can't decide, I have one of the kids choose a flavor for me. There is usually a decent size variety in my fridge.
I add my two scoops of mocha CLICK protein
And I add usually 1/2 to 1 full Oikos caffe latte flavored greek yogurt.
Then add the coffee ice cubes, 3-4 of them, and 4-5 plain ice (or all plain ice if you'd like) and blend using the "blend" button on the Ninja. It takes a good 30-45 seconds to make sure all the ice is chopped well enough. Then I pour it into a homemade mason jar mug that my husband made me, and I enjoy.
Less calories, higher protein, less fat than a "large" coffee house drink, and it tastes just as good, plus the cost is about 1/4th what you'd pay at a coffee house.