These vegan chocolate muffins get a double dose of coffee.
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This bundt cake boasts a caffeinated center as well as an espresso-spiked glaze. Cut a thick slice and eat in place of, or with, your morning coffee.
In homage to New Orleans, a moist chocolate banana snack cake is topped with a chicory coffee glaze.
The cake uses coffee two ways: first, in a fluffy coffee whipped cream, and again in an aerated honeycomb candy that provides a contrasting crunchy coating.
These brownies mix cardamom, espresso powder, and dark chocolate into a powerful treat that can sustain any party.
Prettier than your average, Say It With Cake tiramisu charlotte hits all the right chocolate and coffee notes, using sponge cake to support rich layers of creamy mascarpone and coffee syrup. Surrounded by lady fingers and dusted with cocoa, it's as delicious as it is elegant.
Instant espresso counteracts sweet toffee bits in these speckled drop cookies.
The way we see it, the only thing better than iced coffee or iced tea in hot weather is something even more frigid: iced coffee or iced tea ice cream. With that in mind, we've gathered nine coffee- and tea-centric frozen treat recipes: ice cream, sherbet, and even a milkshake for good measure.
If imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, hopefully outright theft is more so. Because there's no mystery about where this ice cream came from: after tasting the blend of cardamom and coffee in ice cream at Big Gay Ice Cream last week, I knew I had to make it my own.
Dead simple and a coffee fiend's dream come true, these cupcakes start with a base of fragrant espresso cake and a light "foam" frosting made of Swiss meringue and subtly flavored with milk powder.
Imagine a creamy cappuccino, softly solidified. That's what the coffee panna cotta from Nigellissima reminds one of. Sweetened with brown sugar and flavored with espresso, this panna cotta is rich, yet refreshing.
These light and airy cookies are a perfect sweet for when you want a bite that won't weigh you down. In fact the rich coffee flavor might just spur you on.
Layers of cake permeated with coconut flavor are slathered with heady espresso and sweetened condensed milk whipped cream. Each bite is soft, rich, and luscious.
Rhode Islanders take their coffee/dairy beverages seriously; coffee milk was named the state drink in 1993. So it's no surprise that the Ocean State is home to a mean coffee milkshake, known locally as a coffee cabinet.
Spend a day at Serious Eats HQ and you'll quickly notice a trend: coffee. Whether it's being taken straight or iced, churned into ice cream or snuck into cookies, we are probably imbibing some at any given point throughout the day.
Vietnamese coffee ice cream is my favorite coffee ice cream variant and one of my favorite ways to take coffee, period.
Growing up in New York City, I didn't have frequent access to fire pits, fire places, or campfires. That's part of why, for me, making s'mores took on a level of excitement that I imagine other children felt about going to see Phantom of the Opera or Cats.
There is something about coffee cake in all its seemingly endless variations that I find more satisfying and comforting than any other cake. Maybe it's the image I conjure up when I hear the words coffee cake: a quiet, calm afternoon with no other company than a cup of dark, hot coffee and a big slice of buttery cake that's layered and topped with streusel and glaze. It's a bliss that's difficult to match.
First things first. Beignets are a deep fried yeast pastry best known for their popularity in the Big Easy. As you can read from the title, these, then, are not beignets. Indeed, I am fully aware that even calling this pastry "baked beignets" puts me at risk of being attacked from all sides by angry beignet-lovers who would probably like to drop me into a bubbling deep fryer and say, "Now that's closer to a beignet."
This isn't to say I don't enjoy innovation with my Oreos; I just prefer to do the innovating myself. After spending a recent afternoon dipping Oreos into a mug of milky coffee, and going through yet another caffeine and sugar high rant about how coffee and chocolate combined ARE THE BEST THING EVER, I decided to try the mix as ice cream. Well, first I took a nap. Then ice cream. Long story short: it's a keeper.