Be your own barista with a collection of caffeinated ways to perk up your whole day. Your morning cup of Joe is only part of the story.
This sandwich is made memorable by a strong cup of joe. Simmering the coffee with ketchup and Worcestershire sauce adds a unique kick to the beef-and-cheese ensemble. Hollow out your bread for a makeshift bowl so you won't miss a single drop of this worth-the-mess meal.
Your blender will be brimming with nutrient-packed fruits and veggies, but all you'll taste is a sweet, chocolaty smoothie laced with delightful hints of almond and coffee. This energizing drink is good for grabbing on the go.
Here's a healthy side dish that just might steal the show. The scrumptious recipe utilizes bold coffee, salty bacon, and sugary molasses. Mmmm ... maybe you can skip the main dish.
Coffee is just one flavor in this bounty of beef, vegetables, and seasonings. The slow-cooked aroma will compete with your coffeepot for your favorite kitchen smell.
OK, we cheated just a little here: The java in this recipe isn't the drip from your brewer; it's a splash from your liquor cabinet. Coffee liqueur-infused syrup adds bitter undertones that balance this rich brunch option.
This isn't your average pot roast recipe. Switch out regular potatoes for sweet potatoes, and add 1 tablespoon of instant espresso to the broth to make a pot roast your family won't soon forget.
Try a perfectly sweet pear as an indulgent side dish or dessert. A cup of coffee, sprinkle of cocoa, and splash of coconut milk make these juicy pears light yet sumptuous. Add to the affair with flecks of toasted coconut or grated chocolate.
Between bold coffee, hints of horseradish, and hot pepper sauce, this burger packs punches while retaining a sophisticated taste. Still not sold? Crisp pickle slices and fried shallots add oh-so-satisfying crunch.
Hearty slices of steak love to soak up a rich cup of coffee. Complement the bitter coffee flavor with fresh corn relish and cilantro for a wholesome, flavorful meal.
Indulge in a caramel-chocolate mix with a coffee kick. A sprinkle of instant espresso coffee powder might not do much to wake you up, but what it lacks in caffeine it makes up in rich flavor.
It's hard to compete with the herbs and spices that make up Jamaican jerk seasoning, but 2 teaspoons of ground coffee make a fine effort. Adding robust coffee gives depth of flavor without detracting from the tropical heat.