Another perfect recipe for combining your cup of coffee with your breakfast: mocha pancakes! Delicious and with a hint of cold drip coffee.
White chocolate cups filled with chewy (espresso) caramel is the perfect treat for any sweet tooth! The subtle hint of espresso balances the sweetness.
Remember the espresso caramels I posted a little while ago? I found a way to make them even better!
These espresso caramels are perfect for people with a sweet tooth and caffeine addiction! A recipe for homemade candies, which can be used in baking.
It’s time for me to share with you my favourite breakfast: coffee oats! A giant mug filled with delicious and comforting breakfast, including how-to video.
Breakfast: I love it. That’s why I figured it couldn’t be absent from my birthday week filled with yummy recipes! If you haven’t already, give these coffee oats a try: it’s possibly the best way to eat your oatmeal in the morning. (Or afternoon or evening, I don’t judge!)
Dutch coffee, or cold drip coffee, is made by slowly dripping ice cold water over freshly ground coffee. Today I review products by Batavia Dutch Coffee.
Lucky me: I was allowed to test the products from Batavia Dutch Coffee. I received a package with three single origin cold dripped coffee variates: Ethiopian Limu, Yirgacheffe and Columbian Santuario. Good news! This post includes a discount code, so you can try it for yourself.
A delicious dessert, comforting and sweet. It takes little work and is fool-proof! Impress your guests by serving this beautiful coffee panna cotta in a glass.
If you’re looking for a beautiful dessert with warm flavours, look no further! This vanilla coffee panna cotta is easy, delicious and impressive.
Why not have your coffee IN your breakfast! These delicious, moist yet crunchy waffles are the perfect way to start the day. And drizzled with chocolate!
All day breakfast fans unite! I could eat these waffles for breakfast, brunch, lunch, dinner, snack or dessert. Or all of the before mentioned. Who’s with me?
Today I show you how to make a coffee syrup. It’s really nice and sweet, and the vanilla adds a nice touch! It’s perfect to use in desserts, oatmeal bowls or cocktails, on top of pancakes, over ice cream or in a baking project. And it’s really easy to prepare, too!