Here is a wonderful idea for a personal gift which also serves as a great way to upcycle your used coffee grounds. The finished product can be used as a pincushion, a sachet, or an odor absorber. In addition to the fantastic smell, the oils in the coffee grounds can keep your needles from rusting!
I embrace everything about the autumn -- crisp falling leaves, tart apples coated in caramel sauce, and cinnamon-dusted treats. I have combined my favorite autumn tastes into a beautiful fall-flavored latte. Best of all it is as easy to prepare as it is delicious. Enjoy!
This coffee drink has the classic flavors of tiramisu, presented in a deconstructed form. It is an elegant dessert drink that is sure to have your dinner guests asking for seconds. Enjoy!
The chocolate sandwich cookie translates deliciously into a homemade latte. Whether you are an Oreo lover, a Hydrox fan, or a do-it-your-selfer, this recipe introduces a simple way to translate those favorite flavors into a hot latte. Enjoy!
We all know that coffee is everyone's favorite coworker but few realize that coffee can actually help you become the runner-up.
Sandwich cookies - whether you are a Moon Pie fan or a Milano maniac this much-loved cookie is a favorite coffee break treat. Here is my interpretation of a 'Double Stuf Oreo' only better because the creamy center is coffee-flavored. Enjoy!
The fall season fills many coffee lovers' minds with thoughts of pumpkin spice yumminess. While I am in no means denying the appeal of a perfect pumpkin spice latte, caramel is my autumnal confection of choice. To celebrate the luscious, deep, rich, sugary goodness, I have concocted this easy to prepare salted caramel mocha. Enjoy!
Let's face it, we all love a good pumpkin spice latte and sometimes we just need a break. From maple to graham cracker to caramel, we hope you enjoy these delicious autumn-inspired drinks! Image from foxandbriar.com/simple-maple-latte/ Maples Lattes! Few things conjure up that fall feeling like the taste of fresh maple. Lucky for us, maple... Continue Reading →
Technically a pie, the cheesecake has evolved over time. The origins may go as far back as ancient Greece. Variations of the classic recipe have traversed oceans gaining and losing many ingredients along its route. European style cheesecake may use ricotta cheese or mozzarella. For me, a former Brooklynite, cream cheese is the way to go. Here is a lovely cheesecake recipe, adding coffee to the classic mix. Enjoy!