Coffee beans aren’t just for making coffee. Repurposing your old coffee beans is a creative way to save the environment. Make chocolate covered espresso beans with your coffee beans to give them a delicious new life. Adding old coffee grounds to your roses can provide them with nutrients for a big growth spurt. If you find yourself with coffee… View Post
Chocolate covered espresso beans are quick, energizing, and the perfect afternoon snack. If you’re wanting a coffee-flavored dessert, but you’re short on time, these chocolate covered espresso beans are the perfect solution. You can use expired or old coffee beans (that you were going to toss out) for this easy recipe. The coffee beans must be placed individually on parchment… View Post
You can’t have just one of these almond-essence lattes — they’re oddly addicting.
Making a just one or two minor adjustments to your coffee routine can make a huge difference in flavor.
For a spin on classic chocolate chip cookies, give these dark chocolate chip espresso cookies a try. Eat them for breakfast or for an afternoon snack (maybe not dessert because the caffeine content is high!).
Whether or not you’re enjoying warm weather, an iced coffee drink can quickly turn into a watery mess if you don’t drink it fast enough.Instead of throwing them out, try cold brew coffee ice cubes.
This is an easy recipe for dalgona coffee, otherwise known as whipped coffee, with a Girl Scout cookie twist.
Your main ingredients are coconut shreds, instant coffee, brown sugar, and caramel sauce.
Before you start to roast your own coffee beans at home, there are some coffee roasting basics you need to know first. You don’t need special, expensive coffee roasting equipment to begin your new hobby.