This recipe is a quick and easy play on traditional Vietnamese egg coffee. Often in Vietnam the coffee is quite bitter. Adding egg yolk leads to a clearer, less bitter brew, without any loss of body. When combined with condensed milk the result is a wonderfully aromatic sweet yet mild treat that I found surprisingly delicious!
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!
Nothing compliments a brisk autumn day like a warm cup of coffee -- it perks you up, warms you up, and can even boost your mood. This season, add some extra flavor to your daily caffeine routine by eating, spiking, incorporating, and spicing-up to your favorite coffee. EAT IT Explore the world of delectable coffee-based foods!... Continue Reading →
Pure vanilla, gentle lavender, hot or cold, regular or decaffeinated, French vanilla coffee is a perennial favorite, and when you taste these TheQueenBean.com coffee cocktail creations you will understand why! The Vanilla Royále A delicious summertime or anytime treat that can be made with or without whiskey! What you need: 1.5 oz. of your favorite... Continue Reading →
On those hot summer days, the last thing many of us want is a hot, steamy drink -- including coffee (I know, sacrilège!). The good news is there are many cold, chilled, and edible ways to enjoy your coffee. Keep reading to learn more about the ways you can eat, freeze, chill, and incorporate coffee into... Continue Reading →
Coffee Jelly is a wonderfully refreshing dessert that you can whip up in minutes. The recipe below is delicious but basic. For the ambitious among you, we encourage you to create your own variations such as layering the coffee jelly with orange or lime jelly, using it as a base for an iced jelly coffee,... 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 →