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 →
If you love the rich, sweet side of autumn, this homemade Café Caramel Latte is sure to become a regular in your cup. Best of all, it uses ingredients you likely have in your home and can be made in minutes. Enjoy! Step 1: Add the following to a 12-ounce mug and stir: 1 tablespoon... Continue Reading →
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 →
Love those sugar and spice flavors of the autumn season? Here is an easy way to create a creamy pumpkin spice latte at home. Step 1: Add the following to a small bowl and blend: • 1/2 cup cream • 1/4 cup pumpkin puree • 1/2 teaspoon brown sugar • 1.5 teaspoons cinnamon sugar • ... Continue Reading →
Sugar and butter and... everything good! If you love the sweet, rich taste of English toffee, this simple toffee coffee recipe is sure to have you smiling. Step 1: Add the following to a 12-ounce mug: 1 tablespoon salted butter OR 1 tablespoon unsalted butter plus salt to taste 1 tablespoon granulated sugar (optional) 1/8... Continue Reading →
My interpretation of a Middle Eastern dry rub incorporating, of course, coffee! While this recipe was created for lamb it would work equally as well on other meats. Enjoy!
Having grown habanero peppers for the first time in my garden, I was left with these beautiful robust orange-y twisted peppers and a lack of ideas. Not surprisingly the first thing I thought of was coffee. Also (not surprisingly), the next thing I thought of was hot sauce. Anyone who knows me knows I like it spicy!! It was a natural leap from there to a first attempt (for me) at homemade hot sauce...