1 1/4 cups water
1/4 cup coarsely ground dark roast coffee
2 3-inch cinnamon sticks
2-3 Tbsps sweetened condensed milk, to taste
Using your microwave or stovetop, heat the water until it just boils, then remove it from heat and allow it to cool for one minutes. Place the ground coffee in the cylinder of a French press along with the cinnamon sticks (make sure the cinnamon lies flat so that you don't run into problems when you depress the plunger later on). Pour the hot (but not boiling) water over the grounds and stir the mixture briefly (a chopstick works very well here). Place the lid on the French press, leaving the plunger in its upper position. Allow to steep for 4 minutes. Once the brewing if complete, slowly move the plunger to its lower position and pour the coffee into a heat-safe glass or mug. Add in 2-3 Tbsps of sweetened condensed milk and stir until fully dissolved. Pour over ice.
Makes 1 16-oz glass
Recipe courtesy of Christie from pepperlynn.com
2 shots of espresso (or 1/2 cup of super strong coffee)
2 cardamom pods (seeds only) ground to a fine powder (or 1/4 tsp of cardamom powder)
1 Tbsp of sugar
2 Tbsps of condensed milk
1 cup crushed ice
1 cup milk
In a tall glass, add sugar, condensed milk, milk, cardamom, and espresso and stir until well combined. Then add crushed iced slowly and serve.
Recipe courtesy of Alice from savorysweetlife.com
Spicy Mocha Mix (makes 4+ servings):
1 Tbsp Vietnamese cinnamon
4 Tbsps unsweetened cocoa powder
2 Tbsps sugar
1/4 tsp nutmeg, freshly grated
1/2 tsp Chipotle pepper
Drink (yields 1):
8 oz Godiva Chocolate Truffle Coffee, prepared from your coffeemaker
8 oz milk
1/2 glass of ice cubes
Toppings: whipped cream, chocolate shavings, cinnamon/nutmeg/chipotle powder
Combine the coffee and 1 heaping Tbsp of spicy mocha mix in a small pitcher, and stir to blend until the chocolate mix dissolves. Add the milk and ice cubes, stirring gently. Pour into a large glass and add the desired toppings and serve immediately.
Recipe courtesy of Krystal from mrsregueiro.com
3/4 cup fresh brewed dark roast coffee, chilled
2 Tbsps Torani caramel syrup
4 Tbsps Half & Half
Ice, as needed
Fill a large glass with ice. Add chilled coffee and caramel syrup and stir until blended. Add Half & Half and stir to blend. Adjust caramel syrup and Half & Half if needed.
Recipe courtesy of foodchannel.com
2 cups of double-strength coffee or espresso
1/2 cup of sugar (try Turbinado sugar for something less processed)
1 tsp cinnamon
Toppings: whipped cream or chocolate shavings
Brew coffee or espresso. Mix in sugar and cinnamon and let the mixture sit until it has cooled off to room temperature. Pour the mixture into an 8-inch glass baking dish, cover with plastic wrap and set in the freezer. Remove the mixture from the freezer every 30 minutes to stir, breaking up the ice crystals. Continue to remove and stir for 2-3 hours until the mixture is hard enough that you need a fork to break up the ice. Once the granita is frozen to the correct consistency, you can either serve it right away or let it sit in the freezer overnight. Top with whipped cream and chocolate shavings. Serve in a chilled glass.
Recipe courtesy of Alysa from inspiredrd.com
2 cups milk
1/4 cup cocoa powder
1/4 heaping cup of granulated sugar
1 heaping Tbsp instant coffee granules
1/2 tsp ground cinnamon
1/4 tsp ground nutmeg
3 clementine mandarin oranges
1 pinch ground cloves (optional)
1/4 cup Half & Half (or cream if you prefer)
In a small pan, add the milk, cocoa powder and sugar. Next, add the instant coffee granules, cinnamon and nutmeg. Add a small pinch of ground cloves to your taste. Then, add the juice from clementine oranges. Heat the mixture on medium heat while stirring constantly. Try to keep the heat just low enough so the mixture doesn't boil. If it starts to boil, turn down the heat. Continue stirring until all the ingredients are combined and it starts to thicken (about 6 minutes). Turn off heat and let the mixture cool for 5 minutes. Stir it a few times while it is cooling. Pour over ice and add cream as you wish.
Recipe courtesy of Nancy at couponclippingcook.com
Café de Olla Ingredients:
5 cups water
4 large cinnamon sticks
6 whole cloves
4 star anise
1/4 cup white sugar
1/4 cup lightly packed brown sugar
3/4 cup ground dark roast coffee beans, regular or decaf
Café de Olla Directions:
Combine water, cinnamon sticks, clove, star anise, and white and brown sugar in a medium saucepan. Stir and bring to a boil and then reduce heat to low and simmer, uncovered, for about 25-30 minutes. Remove from heat and add the ground coffee. Stir and cover, let steep for 5 minutes. Pour through a sieve lined with a coffee filter, or just use your coffee maker and pour directly over your lined coffee grinds basket.
Iced Mexican Coffee Ingredients:
1 Tbsp chocolate syrup
1 shot coffee liquor
1/2 cup cold Café de Olla
1 Tbsp heavy cream or Half & Half
Pinch of cinnamon
Iced Mexican Coffee Directions:
Drizzle some chocolate syrup on the bottom of a glass. Add ice cubes, the shot of coffee liquor and Café de Olla. If you'd like to create a floating layer of cream, carefully pour the cream over the back of a spoon on top of the drink. Sprinkle with a pinch of cinnamon.
Recipe courtesy of Cate at girlcooksworld.com
2 tsps instant coffee
2 1/2 tsps sugar
2 Tbsp boiling water
1/4 tsp vanilla essence
1/4 cup coconut milk
1/4 cup ice-cold water
1/2 cup cold milk
A few ice cubes
Add coffee granules, sugar and boiling water to a glass, stirring until the coffee and sugar has dissolved. Add coconut milk and vanilla essence, stirring to fully incorporate it into the coffee mixture. Top with cold water and cold milk, add a few ice cubes.
**Note: Do not be tempted to add the last few ingredients in any order - the coconut milk will not properly mix in if added after the cold water and milk
Recipe courtesy of Marisa at thecreativepot.net
Ice cube tray (Try a silicone ice cube tray)
Let brewed coffee cool to room temperature. Pour coffee into ice cube trays and freeze completely. Use in place of ice cubes in your favorite cold coffee beverage.
Recipe courtesy of Kare at kitchentreaty.com
Coffee ice cream
Whipped cream, for garnish
In a blender, combine 3 baseball-sized scoops of coffee ice cream with 2 shots of freshly brewed espresso. Process until smooth. Pour into a glass and garnish with a dollop of whipped cream and a sprinkle of finely ground espresso.
Recipe courtesy of The Franklin Fountain in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
1 oz macadamia nut syrup
1 oz coconut syrup
1 oz banana syrup
3 oz espresso
7 oz milk of your choice
Combine three syrups, milk and espresso. Pour over ice and enjoy!
Recipe courtesy of Cafe Hey in Tampa, Florida.
Ingredients: (Makes 8 cups coffee concentrate)
1 lb dark roast coffee and chicory, medium ground
10 cups cold water
Put coffee in a nonreactive container, like a stainless-steel stockpot. Add 2 cups water, stirring gently to wet the grounds, and then add remaining 8 cups of water, agitating the grounds as little as possible. Cover and let steep at room temperature for 12 hours. Strain the coffee concentrate through a medium sieve, then again through a fine-mesh sieve. Fill a glass with ice, and add 1/4 cup coffee concentrate and 3/4-1 cup milk, then stir.
Recipe courtesy of Blue Bottle Coffee in Oakland, California.
1/4 cup chilled strong coffee
1/4 cup ice cubes
1/4 cup milk
1 cup vanilla ice cream
1 Tbsp chocolate syrup
Whipped cream, for garnish
Combine coffee, ice cubes, milk, ice cream and chocolate syrup in a blender and blend until smooth. Pour into a large glass and garnish with whipped cream.
Recipe courtesy of sheknows.com