This and that: Coffee
Showing posts with label Coffee. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Coffee. Show all posts

Wednesday, July 12, 2017

Salted Caramel Affogato

Affogato - is it a drink or is it dessert?

Wednesday, May 10, 2017

Iced Mocha Frappe - Ultimate Recipe Challenge

Using chocolate and coffee to make your frappe at home much cheaper than buying at a coffee shop.

Using chocolate and coffee to make your frappe at home much cheaper than buying at a coffee shop.

Tuesday, November 10, 2015

Gingerbread Latte

We have had a wonderful fall here in the UP this year.  Ok, so we did have a few days that it was mighty cold and yes we did even have some snow and ice already.... but for the most part we have had a beautiful fall.  Gingerbread is one of the spice that make me think of fall and winter and it is perfect in your coffee.

Tuesday, September 29, 2015

National Coffee Day

The Aroma of coffee fills the house.... it tickles your nose hairs as you wake up.  Is it a dream or is it real........

Thursday, August 20, 2015

Coffee Rubbed Steak & Cashew Salad #CIC

It is the 20th of the month and that means time for Crazy Ingredient Challenge.  Each month we pick two ingredients from a list and the ingredients with the most votes are the ones we make a recipe from.  This month's winners are  Coffee and Cashews.

Friday, January 16, 2015

Perfect Cup of Coffee (and free printables)

Do you have to have coffee first thing in the morning?  Can you make it through a day without a cup? Are you one of  of the 54% of American's that drink coffee everyday?

Friday, December 19, 2014

Gingerbread Eggnog Mocha Latte

I have to tell you a secret... I don't like the taste of eggnog alone..... BUT...  I do like the taste of it in baking and in my coffee.  And what could be better for you Christmas morning coffee then a Gingerbread Eggnog Mocha Latte.

Wednesday, October 15, 2014

Salted Caramel Pumpkin Chocolate Latte

What does Salted Caramel, Maxwell House International Latte and Green Mountain Coffee - Pumpkin Spice have in common?   You guessed it... An AWESOME SUPBERB LATTE perfect for Autumn.

Tuesday, September 2, 2014

Spicy Mexican Coffee

As we start looking towards fall and cooler temperatures, I for one start thinking of warm drinks that can warm me up from the inside out.  Drinks like coffee, hot chocolate, apple ciders and maybe even one with a little kick that can spice up your life.

Monday, August 18, 2014

Cookbook Club Review ~The Pioneer Woman Cooks- A Year of Holidays

I have joined a group of great bloggers that review cookbooks each month.  This month we are reviewing Pioneer Woman Cooks- A Year of Holidays.  I am sure I am the only person that has never even looked at one of her recipes. Of course I know who she is but I have never really looked at any of her recipes.

Friday, July 18, 2014

Iced Mocha Latte Macchiato

Did you know that Macchiato means marked or stained in Italian?  I didn't until I looked it up.  First I was thinking the mark was chocolate or caramel marking on the top of the frothed milk.  Then when I was reading more it is the stained from the espresso or from the steamed milk

Monday, February 24, 2014

Starbucks Verismo 580 Review

I have to say that I was so excited when I received the email asking if I would like to review the Starbucks Verismo 580  from Staples.  I have always wanted an  machine that I can make my own espressos and lattes.  With the espresso pods and milk pods I can now make my own.

Sunday, October 27, 2013

EZ Cup Review and Giveaway

I love my Keurig... Well I guess it really isn't mine as I bought it for my husband for his last birthday, but I still love it.  It is perfect for us as we don't drink lots of coffee at a time and I really don't like coffee after it has sat in the pot for many hours.   Now we can have a perfect cup of coffee right when we want it.  The biggest problem with the Keurig is the expense of buy all the coffee pods... But it can be cheaper...

Friday, March 15, 2013

Mint Chocolate Coffee Shake

Last week I made a Saint Paddy's Day Milkshake and it was shared on Facebook by Don Tomas Coffee with a comment that it would be good with coffee added.  When I saw this I thought mint, chocolate, coffee, oh yum.  I had to make this.  I had some Mint Chocolate Ice cream in  freezer and knew just what I had to make....

Mint Chocolate Coffee Shake

Makes 2 servings

3 cups mint chocolate chip ice cream
3/4 cup strong coffee ( I used Don Tomas Sundown Coffee*)
1/2 cup milk
2-3 drops of green food colouring (optional)
green coloured sugar for the rim (optional)
garnish with fresh mint and Andres Creme De Menthe Thins (optional)

Place ice cream, coffee and milk into blender and blend until smooth.  Dip rim of glass in coloured sugar and pour milkshake into glass.  Add green food colouring if you would like it to be slightly greener.  Garnish with fresh mint and Andres Creme De Menthe Thin.  Enjoy!

You can also use the recipe for St. Paddy's Milkshake if you don't have mint chocolate ice cream and add coffee for part of the milk.
* Don Tomas Sundown Coffee has have the caffeine but all the taste of regular coffee.


Ϡ₡✻   Marlys

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Wednesday, January 30, 2013

Cherry Cordial Mocha

 love buying the new flavours of Hershey Kisses and I usually buy a few bags as you never know when they are going to disappear.  Sometime before Christmas I bought a bag or two of Cherry Cordial Hershey Kisses and my plan was to make fudge with at Christmas time... but I ran out of time and there they sat taunting me in the cupboard.
I was thinking of a post to write for on our e- magazine Daily Dish and  remember about the Cherry Cordial Kisses.  A light bulb came on and I thought they would make a great drink.  Perfect for Valentines.

Cherry Cordial Mocha

A perfect blend of coffee and chocolate with a hint of cherry
1 cup brewed coffee
2 cups milk
2 heaping tablespoons condensed milk
2 tbsp cocoa 
9 Cherry Cordial Hershey Kisses

Place all ingredients in pot and heat over medium heat until steaming but not boiling and kisses are melted.  Stir with whisk while heating.  Enjoy!
This recipe makes 2 -3 cups depending on the size of cups.  Garnish with whipped cream and drizzle with cherry syrup if  desired.



This recipe was also posted on the Daily Dish and for more great drink recipes go HERE.

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