Using a chocolate covered waffle cone is a great and easy way to jazz up your dessert coffee. This is a tasty treat that can be used in multiple ways. Fill the cups with coffee for the adults, or ice cream, or pudding for the children. What a crowd pleaser!!! Best of all they are quite easy to make and customize for whomever you are serving!
Coffee and chocolate are a natural, delectable pairing. Done right, this combo can make the finest chocolate taste richer and the highest quality coffee feel like drops of sweet silk in your mouth. Done wrong, it can taste like a mouthful of dirt. To get the optimal pairing, you need to understand the flavor, acidity, and... Continue Reading →
Who says sweet can't also be healthy? If you enjoy sugar in your coffee and are looking for some natural alternatives, you are about to be pleasantly surprised. From dried fruit to cocoa to your favorite breakfast topping, we've identified 11 sugar alternatives that taste delicious in coffee and provide a host of health benefits. Sweet... Continue Reading →
Add a little extra spice to your holiday season with these simple, wonderfully aromatic, naturally flavored coffees. You can prepare these mixes one night to one week ahead. They only take minutes to prep and taste delicious -- they also make thoughtful, unique gifts for coffee loving friends! Holiday spiced coffee This lovely holiday spiced coffee... Continue Reading →
Grasshopper Pie is a Mills family summertime favorite! The real pie has a sweet, rich marshmallow-based ice cream made from whipped cream, crème de menthe, and crème de cacao. This lovely mix is then left to freeze in a crisp chocolate wafer crust. To say this pie is scrumptious is an understatement -- it's magnificent!... Continue Reading →
The queen's take on an alcoholic marshmallow peep - perfect for an after dinner drink! What you will need: TheQueenBean.com coffee DaVinci Gourmet Syrup - Toasted Marshmallow (available in regular or sugar free!) Vodka Chocolate sauce Whipped cream Pre-heat your coffee mug and combine one part vodka with one part toasted marshmallow syrup and stir.... Continue Reading →
Homemade chocolate covered coffee beans are a delicious way to devour those last few beans in a bag. While we recommend using dark roasted beans, such as espresso or Italian roast, any bean will work. All you need is some chocolate, coffee beans, parchment, and a little bit of patience (or room in the fridge!).... Continue Reading →