There’s nothing like coffee, that can enlighten your mouth and brighten your mood in a jiffy. A steaming cup of coffee is all that you need to keep the blues away.
If that isn’t enough, let’s not just drink, but use your favorite coffee to make some amazing, sinful recipes. Coffee lovers are always passionate about how the taste of their favorite drink should be.
Well. After all, how much coffee is too much coffee?
1) Mocha Cookies
Coffee, cocoa chips, sugar, flour, butter, baking soda, egg and that’s it.
A crunchy outside, chewy inside cookie is all ready to go in hand with your evening cup of coffee.
Chocolate Chip Mocha Cookies are deliciously soft, thick, and chewy chocolate cookies infused with coffee and studded with chocolate chunks. No chilling required!
2) Coffee Grilled Chicken
Marinate your chicken with freshly ground coffee, mixed with oil, vinegar, garlic, paprika and spices before the hot grill. Make it smoky if you like it that way or add a pinch of honey or mustard. Mouth drooling grilled chicken ready to serve your taste buds right.
Coffee and cocoa are flavorful additions to a barbeque spice rub. It may seem unusual, but their deep flavors pair well with the smoky heat of the barbeque, making a finger-licking-good chicken dish to serve with rice or a potato salad.
3) Coffee Date Energy Bombs
Mix cocoa chips, ground/whole coffee bean, dates, cashews and almonds. Roll them into tiny balls and tadaaa!!! Your bitter, sweet, chewy, crunchy energy bomb is ready to be eaten.
These coffee bites are the perfect bite of energy pre-run or mid-ride. Whenever you choose to snack on these you cant go wrong…well maybe don’t have them before bed.
4) Coffee Tangerine Shots
Your weekends call for a party…
Mix Black coffee (sweetener- optional), ice and tangerine juice and cheers.
Mixing coffee beans with fresh tangerine during the process of roasting will create a sweet and fresh tangerine taste in your coffee.
5) Dalgona-Hazelnut Sandwich
Dalgona coffee is a beverage made by whipping coffee until it becomes creamy and then adding it to chilled milk. It was made popular by Jung Il-woo, a South Korean actor who visited Macau where he was served the drink, and later presented it on a South Korean TV show called Pyunstorang (“Fun-Staurant”).
Toast three slices of bread and sandwich the first layer of bread with Dalgona and the second layer with any hazelnut spread. Enjoy your royal breakfast. Thank us later.
Do try these out and let us know if you have got enough coffee kicks with these drool-worthy recipes.