Coffee

Looking for a quality coffee drink that rivals those from the local shop? Look no further. Here you'll find a tempting selection of blended coffee and tea drinks, instructions on how to brew great coffee at home, plus an assortment of delightful mocha desserts. Turn to these delicious iced coffee and tea drinks that blend together wonderful flavors such as cinnamon, honey, almond extract, apricot, spearmint, strawberries, cranberry juice, peach nectar, grated chocolate, and mango. Follow our simple how-to for brewing coffee, or check out our inviting recipes for smoothies, punches, and mimosas. Enjoy your beverage of choice with these tasty breakfast recipes that includes casseroles, breads, rolls, pancakes, waffles, pastries, and doughnuts. And just when you think it can't get any better, try these mocha desserts that combine coffee and chocolate with truly spectacular results for cookies, twists, brownies, tortes, elegant candies, cheesecakes, custards, tartlets, mousse, cakes, bars, and fondues. These super sippers and treats are so good you'll want to enjoy them all year long.

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Ubi's Café con Leche
Start your morning with a new take on café con leche, which features espresso, oat milk, sugar, and cocoa powder.
Pumpkin Brandy Alexander
Try chilling your glasses before pouring. That way, all the frosty goodness you created in the cocktail shaker won't be lost.
Pumpkin Cream Cold Brew
Make your favorite fall coffee shop drink at home! With a just a handful of ingredients, we've got a delicious naturally-sweetened version of a pumpkin cream cold brew recipe you'll be making all season long.
Low-Sugar Vanilla Coffee Creamer
Adding creamer to your coffee may seem harmless, but store-bought flavored creamers are chock-full of added sugars and calories. This recipe utilizes dates for a low-sugar, naturally-sweet way to start your morning.
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The Internet Is Crazy Over Whipped Coffee: Here's How You Can Make It at Home

You need just three ingredients to whip up this gorgeous (and tasty!) treat.