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Cooking with Coffee: 8 Recipes (Slideshow)

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April 25, 2014

By

Emily Jacobs

That morning cup of joe can be used in a variety of savory and sweet recipes

Tiramisu Recipe

This classic recipe uses rich chocolate and brewed espresso for a decadent dessert.

Click here to see the Tiramisu Recipe

Mocha Marinated Steak with Peach Salsa Recipe

Marinating steak in coffee adds a burst of earthy flavor.

Click here to see the Mocha Marinated Steak with Peach Salsa Recipe

Java Cake Recipe

This chocolate java cake will give you a bolt of coffee flavor.

Click here to see the Java Cake Recipe

Homemade Tiramisu Recipe

Try making tiramisu in individual jars.

Click here to see the Homemade Tiramisu Recipe

Cappuccino Cheesecake Brownies Recipe

These cheesecake brownies are full of cappuccino flavor.

Click here to see the Cappuccino Cheesecake Brownies Recipe

Mocha Oatmeal Muffins Recipe

Mix in some coffee to your oatmeal muffins.

Click here to see the Mocha Oatmeal Muffins Recipe

Mini Tiramisu Eclairs Recipe

These mini tiramisu eclairs are an egelant dessert.

Click here to see the Mini Tiramisu Eclairs Recipe

The Best Iced Coffee Recipe

Cold-brew coffee is richer in flavor than the regular kind. This method produces a kind of coffee concentrate, so don’t go overboard and make sure to dilute your glasses or you’ll be drinking far too much caffeine.

Click here to see the The Best Iced Coffee Recipe


25 Cold-Brew Coffee Recipes For Your #CaffeinateMe Mornings

The extra kick of sweetness in this iced coffee will give you the jumpstart you need to face the Monday blues.

Get the recipe Cook Nourish Bliss.

Homemade coffee, marshmallows, graham crackers and whipped cream&mdashthey'll have you reminiscing about all things summer.

Get the recipe A Night Owl Blog.

It's amazing what a little coconut can do. We're warning you now, it's seriously addictive.

Get the recipe at A Beautiful Mess.

DIY your own lavender syrup and stick it in the fridge so you have an aromatic treat any day of the week.

Get the recipe at A Beautiful Mess.

Okay so maybe it isn't the best idea to sip on this pre-office, but for your brunch party? The java cocktail is sure to be a huge hit.

Get the recipe Hungry Girl Por Vida.

If you have 15 minutes to spare on a Sunday night, whip up a couple batches of this chocolate-y, protein-packed beverage and have breakfast ready for the entire week.

Get the recipe at Half Baked Harvest.com.

Okay, okay, nobody's making claims that this recipe is healthy. But if you like your joe sweet, it's your new go-to.

Get the recipe Kitchen Treaty.

It may require a bit more effort to make, but every sweet, rich sip is so worth it. The donut is pretty darn delicious, too.

Get the recipe at Half Baked Harvest.com.

Before going to bed, fill your ice tray with cold-brew coffee so you never have to settle for watery joe again.

Get the recipe Kitchen Treaty.

Pack coffee, ice cream, vanilla, Bailey's Irish Cream, and Kahlua. Dessert, anyone?

It's everything you love about fall in one delectable sip. Sweeten it with extra almond milk and a hint of salt for an even more flavor-packed drink.

Get the recipe Coffee and Quinoa.

Bubble tea fanatics, this one's for you. Simple syrup, coffee, boba, and coconut sugar&mdashwhat's not to love?

Skip the drive-thru lines and make your own version of the Starbuck's classic. In case you're wondering, yes, it's just as good.

Get the recipe Minimalist Baker.

Just when you thought your iced mocha couldn't get any better. Hint: add a pinch of salt and your world will forever change.

Coffee, ice cream, whipped cream, and vanilla wafers. In other words, the epitome of happiness.

Get the recipe Java Cupcake.

You've had iced joe with almond milk before, but with a splash of honey? Game-changer.

Get the recipe With Salt and Wilt.

This smooth blend of coffee, chicory, and syrup makes for the ultimate morning cup of coffee. Try it and we're sure you'll agree.

Get the recipe Sugar and Charm.

It sounds, well, interesting, but trust us: tonic and espresso together is pure magic. Pro tip: Add cherries for a tiny hint of sweetness.

Get the recipe Well Nesting.

Your two favorites&mdashjava and booze&mdashare blended here to create the perfect happy hour drink.

Get recipe Supergolden Bakes.

Afternoon slumps, be gone. This strong, delicious mix of coffee concentrate and condensed milk will surely keep you on your toes for the rest of the work day.

Get recipe Seeded At The Table.

Mocha lovers, meet your new best friend nutella. One sip of this chocolatey concoction and you'll be looking forward to getting up early for preschool drop-off every morning.


25 Cold-Brew Coffee Recipes For Your #CaffeinateMe Mornings

The extra kick of sweetness in this iced coffee will give you the jumpstart you need to face the Monday blues.

Get the recipe Cook Nourish Bliss.

Homemade coffee, marshmallows, graham crackers and whipped cream&mdashthey'll have you reminiscing about all things summer.

Get the recipe A Night Owl Blog.

It's amazing what a little coconut can do. We're warning you now, it's seriously addictive.

Get the recipe at A Beautiful Mess.

DIY your own lavender syrup and stick it in the fridge so you have an aromatic treat any day of the week.

Get the recipe at A Beautiful Mess.

Okay so maybe it isn't the best idea to sip on this pre-office, but for your brunch party? The java cocktail is sure to be a huge hit.

Get the recipe Hungry Girl Por Vida.

If you have 15 minutes to spare on a Sunday night, whip up a couple batches of this chocolate-y, protein-packed beverage and have breakfast ready for the entire week.

Get the recipe at Half Baked Harvest.com.

Okay, okay, nobody's making claims that this recipe is healthy. But if you like your joe sweet, it's your new go-to.

Get the recipe Kitchen Treaty.

It may require a bit more effort to make, but every sweet, rich sip is so worth it. The donut is pretty darn delicious, too.

Get the recipe at Half Baked Harvest.com.

Before going to bed, fill your ice tray with cold-brew coffee so you never have to settle for watery joe again.

Get the recipe Kitchen Treaty.

Pack coffee, ice cream, vanilla, Bailey's Irish Cream, and Kahlua. Dessert, anyone?

It's everything you love about fall in one delectable sip. Sweeten it with extra almond milk and a hint of salt for an even more flavor-packed drink.

Get the recipe Coffee and Quinoa.

Bubble tea fanatics, this one's for you. Simple syrup, coffee, boba, and coconut sugar&mdashwhat's not to love?

Skip the drive-thru lines and make your own version of the Starbuck's classic. In case you're wondering, yes, it's just as good.

Get the recipe Minimalist Baker.

Just when you thought your iced mocha couldn't get any better. Hint: add a pinch of salt and your world will forever change.

Coffee, ice cream, whipped cream, and vanilla wafers. In other words, the epitome of happiness.

Get the recipe Java Cupcake.

You've had iced joe with almond milk before, but with a splash of honey? Game-changer.

Get the recipe With Salt and Wilt.

This smooth blend of coffee, chicory, and syrup makes for the ultimate morning cup of coffee. Try it and we're sure you'll agree.

Get the recipe Sugar and Charm.

It sounds, well, interesting, but trust us: tonic and espresso together is pure magic. Pro tip: Add cherries for a tiny hint of sweetness.

Get the recipe Well Nesting.

Your two favorites&mdashjava and booze&mdashare blended here to create the perfect happy hour drink.

Get recipe Supergolden Bakes.

Afternoon slumps, be gone. This strong, delicious mix of coffee concentrate and condensed milk will surely keep you on your toes for the rest of the work day.

Get recipe Seeded At The Table.

Mocha lovers, meet your new best friend nutella. One sip of this chocolatey concoction and you'll be looking forward to getting up early for preschool drop-off every morning.


25 Cold-Brew Coffee Recipes For Your #CaffeinateMe Mornings

The extra kick of sweetness in this iced coffee will give you the jumpstart you need to face the Monday blues.

Get the recipe Cook Nourish Bliss.

Homemade coffee, marshmallows, graham crackers and whipped cream&mdashthey'll have you reminiscing about all things summer.

Get the recipe A Night Owl Blog.

It's amazing what a little coconut can do. We're warning you now, it's seriously addictive.

Get the recipe at A Beautiful Mess.

DIY your own lavender syrup and stick it in the fridge so you have an aromatic treat any day of the week.

Get the recipe at A Beautiful Mess.

Okay so maybe it isn't the best idea to sip on this pre-office, but for your brunch party? The java cocktail is sure to be a huge hit.

Get the recipe Hungry Girl Por Vida.

If you have 15 minutes to spare on a Sunday night, whip up a couple batches of this chocolate-y, protein-packed beverage and have breakfast ready for the entire week.

Get the recipe at Half Baked Harvest.com.

Okay, okay, nobody's making claims that this recipe is healthy. But if you like your joe sweet, it's your new go-to.

Get the recipe Kitchen Treaty.

It may require a bit more effort to make, but every sweet, rich sip is so worth it. The donut is pretty darn delicious, too.

Get the recipe at Half Baked Harvest.com.

Before going to bed, fill your ice tray with cold-brew coffee so you never have to settle for watery joe again.

Get the recipe Kitchen Treaty.

Pack coffee, ice cream, vanilla, Bailey's Irish Cream, and Kahlua. Dessert, anyone?

It's everything you love about fall in one delectable sip. Sweeten it with extra almond milk and a hint of salt for an even more flavor-packed drink.

Get the recipe Coffee and Quinoa.

Bubble tea fanatics, this one's for you. Simple syrup, coffee, boba, and coconut sugar&mdashwhat's not to love?

Skip the drive-thru lines and make your own version of the Starbuck's classic. In case you're wondering, yes, it's just as good.

Get the recipe Minimalist Baker.

Just when you thought your iced mocha couldn't get any better. Hint: add a pinch of salt and your world will forever change.

Coffee, ice cream, whipped cream, and vanilla wafers. In other words, the epitome of happiness.

Get the recipe Java Cupcake.

You've had iced joe with almond milk before, but with a splash of honey? Game-changer.

Get the recipe With Salt and Wilt.

This smooth blend of coffee, chicory, and syrup makes for the ultimate morning cup of coffee. Try it and we're sure you'll agree.

Get the recipe Sugar and Charm.

It sounds, well, interesting, but trust us: tonic and espresso together is pure magic. Pro tip: Add cherries for a tiny hint of sweetness.

Get the recipe Well Nesting.

Your two favorites&mdashjava and booze&mdashare blended here to create the perfect happy hour drink.

Get recipe Supergolden Bakes.

Afternoon slumps, be gone. This strong, delicious mix of coffee concentrate and condensed milk will surely keep you on your toes for the rest of the work day.

Get recipe Seeded At The Table.

Mocha lovers, meet your new best friend nutella. One sip of this chocolatey concoction and you'll be looking forward to getting up early for preschool drop-off every morning.


25 Cold-Brew Coffee Recipes For Your #CaffeinateMe Mornings

The extra kick of sweetness in this iced coffee will give you the jumpstart you need to face the Monday blues.

Get the recipe Cook Nourish Bliss.

Homemade coffee, marshmallows, graham crackers and whipped cream&mdashthey'll have you reminiscing about all things summer.

Get the recipe A Night Owl Blog.

It's amazing what a little coconut can do. We're warning you now, it's seriously addictive.

Get the recipe at A Beautiful Mess.

DIY your own lavender syrup and stick it in the fridge so you have an aromatic treat any day of the week.

Get the recipe at A Beautiful Mess.

Okay so maybe it isn't the best idea to sip on this pre-office, but for your brunch party? The java cocktail is sure to be a huge hit.

Get the recipe Hungry Girl Por Vida.

If you have 15 minutes to spare on a Sunday night, whip up a couple batches of this chocolate-y, protein-packed beverage and have breakfast ready for the entire week.

Get the recipe at Half Baked Harvest.com.

Okay, okay, nobody's making claims that this recipe is healthy. But if you like your joe sweet, it's your new go-to.

Get the recipe Kitchen Treaty.

It may require a bit more effort to make, but every sweet, rich sip is so worth it. The donut is pretty darn delicious, too.

Get the recipe at Half Baked Harvest.com.

Before going to bed, fill your ice tray with cold-brew coffee so you never have to settle for watery joe again.

Get the recipe Kitchen Treaty.

Pack coffee, ice cream, vanilla, Bailey's Irish Cream, and Kahlua. Dessert, anyone?

It's everything you love about fall in one delectable sip. Sweeten it with extra almond milk and a hint of salt for an even more flavor-packed drink.

Get the recipe Coffee and Quinoa.

Bubble tea fanatics, this one's for you. Simple syrup, coffee, boba, and coconut sugar&mdashwhat's not to love?

Skip the drive-thru lines and make your own version of the Starbuck's classic. In case you're wondering, yes, it's just as good.

Get the recipe Minimalist Baker.

Just when you thought your iced mocha couldn't get any better. Hint: add a pinch of salt and your world will forever change.

Coffee, ice cream, whipped cream, and vanilla wafers. In other words, the epitome of happiness.

Get the recipe Java Cupcake.

You've had iced joe with almond milk before, but with a splash of honey? Game-changer.

Get the recipe With Salt and Wilt.

This smooth blend of coffee, chicory, and syrup makes for the ultimate morning cup of coffee. Try it and we're sure you'll agree.

Get the recipe Sugar and Charm.

It sounds, well, interesting, but trust us: tonic and espresso together is pure magic. Pro tip: Add cherries for a tiny hint of sweetness.

Get the recipe Well Nesting.

Your two favorites&mdashjava and booze&mdashare blended here to create the perfect happy hour drink.

Get recipe Supergolden Bakes.

Afternoon slumps, be gone. This strong, delicious mix of coffee concentrate and condensed milk will surely keep you on your toes for the rest of the work day.

Get recipe Seeded At The Table.

Mocha lovers, meet your new best friend nutella. One sip of this chocolatey concoction and you'll be looking forward to getting up early for preschool drop-off every morning.


25 Cold-Brew Coffee Recipes For Your #CaffeinateMe Mornings

The extra kick of sweetness in this iced coffee will give you the jumpstart you need to face the Monday blues.

Get the recipe Cook Nourish Bliss.

Homemade coffee, marshmallows, graham crackers and whipped cream&mdashthey'll have you reminiscing about all things summer.

Get the recipe A Night Owl Blog.

It's amazing what a little coconut can do. We're warning you now, it's seriously addictive.

Get the recipe at A Beautiful Mess.

DIY your own lavender syrup and stick it in the fridge so you have an aromatic treat any day of the week.

Get the recipe at A Beautiful Mess.

Okay so maybe it isn't the best idea to sip on this pre-office, but for your brunch party? The java cocktail is sure to be a huge hit.

Get the recipe Hungry Girl Por Vida.

If you have 15 minutes to spare on a Sunday night, whip up a couple batches of this chocolate-y, protein-packed beverage and have breakfast ready for the entire week.

Get the recipe at Half Baked Harvest.com.

Okay, okay, nobody's making claims that this recipe is healthy. But if you like your joe sweet, it's your new go-to.

Get the recipe Kitchen Treaty.

It may require a bit more effort to make, but every sweet, rich sip is so worth it. The donut is pretty darn delicious, too.

Get the recipe at Half Baked Harvest.com.

Before going to bed, fill your ice tray with cold-brew coffee so you never have to settle for watery joe again.

Get the recipe Kitchen Treaty.

Pack coffee, ice cream, vanilla, Bailey's Irish Cream, and Kahlua. Dessert, anyone?

It's everything you love about fall in one delectable sip. Sweeten it with extra almond milk and a hint of salt for an even more flavor-packed drink.

Get the recipe Coffee and Quinoa.

Bubble tea fanatics, this one's for you. Simple syrup, coffee, boba, and coconut sugar&mdashwhat's not to love?

Skip the drive-thru lines and make your own version of the Starbuck's classic. In case you're wondering, yes, it's just as good.

Get the recipe Minimalist Baker.

Just when you thought your iced mocha couldn't get any better. Hint: add a pinch of salt and your world will forever change.

Coffee, ice cream, whipped cream, and vanilla wafers. In other words, the epitome of happiness.

Get the recipe Java Cupcake.

You've had iced joe with almond milk before, but with a splash of honey? Game-changer.

Get the recipe With Salt and Wilt.

This smooth blend of coffee, chicory, and syrup makes for the ultimate morning cup of coffee. Try it and we're sure you'll agree.

Get the recipe Sugar and Charm.

It sounds, well, interesting, but trust us: tonic and espresso together is pure magic. Pro tip: Add cherries for a tiny hint of sweetness.

Get the recipe Well Nesting.

Your two favorites&mdashjava and booze&mdashare blended here to create the perfect happy hour drink.

Get recipe Supergolden Bakes.

Afternoon slumps, be gone. This strong, delicious mix of coffee concentrate and condensed milk will surely keep you on your toes for the rest of the work day.

Get recipe Seeded At The Table.

Mocha lovers, meet your new best friend nutella. One sip of this chocolatey concoction and you'll be looking forward to getting up early for preschool drop-off every morning.


25 Cold-Brew Coffee Recipes For Your #CaffeinateMe Mornings

The extra kick of sweetness in this iced coffee will give you the jumpstart you need to face the Monday blues.

Get the recipe Cook Nourish Bliss.

Homemade coffee, marshmallows, graham crackers and whipped cream&mdashthey'll have you reminiscing about all things summer.

Get the recipe A Night Owl Blog.

It's amazing what a little coconut can do. We're warning you now, it's seriously addictive.

Get the recipe at A Beautiful Mess.

DIY your own lavender syrup and stick it in the fridge so you have an aromatic treat any day of the week.

Get the recipe at A Beautiful Mess.

Okay so maybe it isn't the best idea to sip on this pre-office, but for your brunch party? The java cocktail is sure to be a huge hit.

Get the recipe Hungry Girl Por Vida.

If you have 15 minutes to spare on a Sunday night, whip up a couple batches of this chocolate-y, protein-packed beverage and have breakfast ready for the entire week.

Get the recipe at Half Baked Harvest.com.

Okay, okay, nobody's making claims that this recipe is healthy. But if you like your joe sweet, it's your new go-to.

Get the recipe Kitchen Treaty.

It may require a bit more effort to make, but every sweet, rich sip is so worth it. The donut is pretty darn delicious, too.

Get the recipe at Half Baked Harvest.com.

Before going to bed, fill your ice tray with cold-brew coffee so you never have to settle for watery joe again.

Get the recipe Kitchen Treaty.

Pack coffee, ice cream, vanilla, Bailey's Irish Cream, and Kahlua. Dessert, anyone?

It's everything you love about fall in one delectable sip. Sweeten it with extra almond milk and a hint of salt for an even more flavor-packed drink.

Get the recipe Coffee and Quinoa.

Bubble tea fanatics, this one's for you. Simple syrup, coffee, boba, and coconut sugar&mdashwhat's not to love?

Skip the drive-thru lines and make your own version of the Starbuck's classic. In case you're wondering, yes, it's just as good.

Get the recipe Minimalist Baker.

Just when you thought your iced mocha couldn't get any better. Hint: add a pinch of salt and your world will forever change.

Coffee, ice cream, whipped cream, and vanilla wafers. In other words, the epitome of happiness.

Get the recipe Java Cupcake.

You've had iced joe with almond milk before, but with a splash of honey? Game-changer.

Get the recipe With Salt and Wilt.

This smooth blend of coffee, chicory, and syrup makes for the ultimate morning cup of coffee. Try it and we're sure you'll agree.

Get the recipe Sugar and Charm.

It sounds, well, interesting, but trust us: tonic and espresso together is pure magic. Pro tip: Add cherries for a tiny hint of sweetness.

Get the recipe Well Nesting.

Your two favorites&mdashjava and booze&mdashare blended here to create the perfect happy hour drink.

Get recipe Supergolden Bakes.

Afternoon slumps, be gone. This strong, delicious mix of coffee concentrate and condensed milk will surely keep you on your toes for the rest of the work day.

Get recipe Seeded At The Table.

Mocha lovers, meet your new best friend nutella. One sip of this chocolatey concoction and you'll be looking forward to getting up early for preschool drop-off every morning.


25 Cold-Brew Coffee Recipes For Your #CaffeinateMe Mornings

The extra kick of sweetness in this iced coffee will give you the jumpstart you need to face the Monday blues.

Get the recipe Cook Nourish Bliss.

Homemade coffee, marshmallows, graham crackers and whipped cream&mdashthey'll have you reminiscing about all things summer.

Get the recipe A Night Owl Blog.

It's amazing what a little coconut can do. We're warning you now, it's seriously addictive.

Get the recipe at A Beautiful Mess.

DIY your own lavender syrup and stick it in the fridge so you have an aromatic treat any day of the week.

Get the recipe at A Beautiful Mess.

Okay so maybe it isn't the best idea to sip on this pre-office, but for your brunch party? The java cocktail is sure to be a huge hit.

Get the recipe Hungry Girl Por Vida.

If you have 15 minutes to spare on a Sunday night, whip up a couple batches of this chocolate-y, protein-packed beverage and have breakfast ready for the entire week.

Get the recipe at Half Baked Harvest.com.

Okay, okay, nobody's making claims that this recipe is healthy. But if you like your joe sweet, it's your new go-to.

Get the recipe Kitchen Treaty.

It may require a bit more effort to make, but every sweet, rich sip is so worth it. The donut is pretty darn delicious, too.

Get the recipe at Half Baked Harvest.com.

Before going to bed, fill your ice tray with cold-brew coffee so you never have to settle for watery joe again.

Get the recipe Kitchen Treaty.

Pack coffee, ice cream, vanilla, Bailey's Irish Cream, and Kahlua. Dessert, anyone?

It's everything you love about fall in one delectable sip. Sweeten it with extra almond milk and a hint of salt for an even more flavor-packed drink.

Get the recipe Coffee and Quinoa.

Bubble tea fanatics, this one's for you. Simple syrup, coffee, boba, and coconut sugar&mdashwhat's not to love?

Skip the drive-thru lines and make your own version of the Starbuck's classic. In case you're wondering, yes, it's just as good.

Get the recipe Minimalist Baker.

Just when you thought your iced mocha couldn't get any better. Hint: add a pinch of salt and your world will forever change.

Coffee, ice cream, whipped cream, and vanilla wafers. In other words, the epitome of happiness.

Get the recipe Java Cupcake.

You've had iced joe with almond milk before, but with a splash of honey? Game-changer.

Get the recipe With Salt and Wilt.

This smooth blend of coffee, chicory, and syrup makes for the ultimate morning cup of coffee. Try it and we're sure you'll agree.

Get the recipe Sugar and Charm.

It sounds, well, interesting, but trust us: tonic and espresso together is pure magic. Pro tip: Add cherries for a tiny hint of sweetness.

Get the recipe Well Nesting.

Your two favorites&mdashjava and booze&mdashare blended here to create the perfect happy hour drink.

Get recipe Supergolden Bakes.

Afternoon slumps, be gone. This strong, delicious mix of coffee concentrate and condensed milk will surely keep you on your toes for the rest of the work day.

Get recipe Seeded At The Table.

Mocha lovers, meet your new best friend nutella. One sip of this chocolatey concoction and you'll be looking forward to getting up early for preschool drop-off every morning.


25 Cold-Brew Coffee Recipes For Your #CaffeinateMe Mornings

The extra kick of sweetness in this iced coffee will give you the jumpstart you need to face the Monday blues.

Get the recipe Cook Nourish Bliss.

Homemade coffee, marshmallows, graham crackers and whipped cream&mdashthey'll have you reminiscing about all things summer.

Get the recipe A Night Owl Blog.

It's amazing what a little coconut can do. We're warning you now, it's seriously addictive.

Get the recipe at A Beautiful Mess.

DIY your own lavender syrup and stick it in the fridge so you have an aromatic treat any day of the week.

Get the recipe at A Beautiful Mess.

Okay so maybe it isn't the best idea to sip on this pre-office, but for your brunch party? The java cocktail is sure to be a huge hit.

Get the recipe Hungry Girl Por Vida.

If you have 15 minutes to spare on a Sunday night, whip up a couple batches of this chocolate-y, protein-packed beverage and have breakfast ready for the entire week.

Get the recipe at Half Baked Harvest.com.

Okay, okay, nobody's making claims that this recipe is healthy. But if you like your joe sweet, it's your new go-to.

Get the recipe Kitchen Treaty.

It may require a bit more effort to make, but every sweet, rich sip is so worth it. The donut is pretty darn delicious, too.

Get the recipe at Half Baked Harvest.com.

Before going to bed, fill your ice tray with cold-brew coffee so you never have to settle for watery joe again.

Get the recipe Kitchen Treaty.

Pack coffee, ice cream, vanilla, Bailey's Irish Cream, and Kahlua. Dessert, anyone?

It's everything you love about fall in one delectable sip. Sweeten it with extra almond milk and a hint of salt for an even more flavor-packed drink.

Get the recipe Coffee and Quinoa.

Bubble tea fanatics, this one's for you. Simple syrup, coffee, boba, and coconut sugar&mdashwhat's not to love?

Skip the drive-thru lines and make your own version of the Starbuck's classic. In case you're wondering, yes, it's just as good.

Get the recipe Minimalist Baker.

Just when you thought your iced mocha couldn't get any better. Hint: add a pinch of salt and your world will forever change.

Coffee, ice cream, whipped cream, and vanilla wafers. In other words, the epitome of happiness.

Get the recipe Java Cupcake.

You've had iced joe with almond milk before, but with a splash of honey? Game-changer.

Get the recipe With Salt and Wilt.

This smooth blend of coffee, chicory, and syrup makes for the ultimate morning cup of coffee. Try it and we're sure you'll agree.

Get the recipe Sugar and Charm.

It sounds, well, interesting, but trust us: tonic and espresso together is pure magic. Pro tip: Add cherries for a tiny hint of sweetness.

Get the recipe Well Nesting.

Your two favorites&mdashjava and booze&mdashare blended here to create the perfect happy hour drink.

Get recipe Supergolden Bakes.

Afternoon slumps, be gone. This strong, delicious mix of coffee concentrate and condensed milk will surely keep you on your toes for the rest of the work day.

Get recipe Seeded At The Table.

Mocha lovers, meet your new best friend nutella. One sip of this chocolatey concoction and you'll be looking forward to getting up early for preschool drop-off every morning.


25 Cold-Brew Coffee Recipes For Your #CaffeinateMe Mornings

The extra kick of sweetness in this iced coffee will give you the jumpstart you need to face the Monday blues.

Get the recipe Cook Nourish Bliss.

Homemade coffee, marshmallows, graham crackers and whipped cream&mdashthey'll have you reminiscing about all things summer.

Get the recipe A Night Owl Blog.

It's amazing what a little coconut can do. We're warning you now, it's seriously addictive.

Get the recipe at A Beautiful Mess.

DIY your own lavender syrup and stick it in the fridge so you have an aromatic treat any day of the week.

Get the recipe at A Beautiful Mess.

Okay so maybe it isn't the best idea to sip on this pre-office, but for your brunch party? The java cocktail is sure to be a huge hit.

Get the recipe Hungry Girl Por Vida.

If you have 15 minutes to spare on a Sunday night, whip up a couple batches of this chocolate-y, protein-packed beverage and have breakfast ready for the entire week.

Get the recipe at Half Baked Harvest.com.

Okay, okay, nobody's making claims that this recipe is healthy. But if you like your joe sweet, it's your new go-to.

Get the recipe Kitchen Treaty.

It may require a bit more effort to make, but every sweet, rich sip is so worth it. The donut is pretty darn delicious, too.

Get the recipe at Half Baked Harvest.com.

Before going to bed, fill your ice tray with cold-brew coffee so you never have to settle for watery joe again.

Get the recipe Kitchen Treaty.

Pack coffee, ice cream, vanilla, Bailey's Irish Cream, and Kahlua. Dessert, anyone?

It's everything you love about fall in one delectable sip. Sweeten it with extra almond milk and a hint of salt for an even more flavor-packed drink.

Get the recipe Coffee and Quinoa.

Bubble tea fanatics, this one's for you. Simple syrup, coffee, boba, and coconut sugar&mdashwhat's not to love?

Skip the drive-thru lines and make your own version of the Starbuck's classic. In case you're wondering, yes, it's just as good.

Get the recipe Minimalist Baker.

Just when you thought your iced mocha couldn't get any better. Hint: add a pinch of salt and your world will forever change.

Coffee, ice cream, whipped cream, and vanilla wafers. In other words, the epitome of happiness.

Get the recipe Java Cupcake.

You've had iced joe with almond milk before, but with a splash of honey? Game-changer.

Get the recipe With Salt and Wilt.

This smooth blend of coffee, chicory, and syrup makes for the ultimate morning cup of coffee. Try it and we're sure you'll agree.

Get the recipe Sugar and Charm.

It sounds, well, interesting, but trust us: tonic and espresso together is pure magic. Pro tip: Add cherries for a tiny hint of sweetness.

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Your two favorites&mdashjava and booze&mdashare blended here to create the perfect happy hour drink.

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Afternoon slumps, be gone. This strong, delicious mix of coffee concentrate and condensed milk will surely keep you on your toes for the rest of the work day.

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Mocha lovers, meet your new best friend nutella. One sip of this chocolatey concoction and you'll be looking forward to getting up early for preschool drop-off every morning.


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The extra kick of sweetness in this iced coffee will give you the jumpstart you need to face the Monday blues.

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Homemade coffee, marshmallows, graham crackers and whipped cream&mdashthey'll have you reminiscing about all things summer.

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It's amazing what a little coconut can do. We're warning you now, it's seriously addictive.

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DIY your own lavender syrup and stick it in the fridge so you have an aromatic treat any day of the week.

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Okay so maybe it isn't the best idea to sip on this pre-office, but for your brunch party? The java cocktail is sure to be a huge hit.

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If you have 15 minutes to spare on a Sunday night, whip up a couple batches of this chocolate-y, protein-packed beverage and have breakfast ready for the entire week.

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Okay, okay, nobody's making claims that this recipe is healthy. But if you like your joe sweet, it's your new go-to.

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It may require a bit more effort to make, but every sweet, rich sip is so worth it. The donut is pretty darn delicious, too.

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Before going to bed, fill your ice tray with cold-brew coffee so you never have to settle for watery joe again.

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Pack coffee, ice cream, vanilla, Bailey's Irish Cream, and Kahlua. Dessert, anyone?

It's everything you love about fall in one delectable sip. Sweeten it with extra almond milk and a hint of salt for an even more flavor-packed drink.

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Bubble tea fanatics, this one's for you. Simple syrup, coffee, boba, and coconut sugar&mdashwhat's not to love?

Skip the drive-thru lines and make your own version of the Starbuck's classic. In case you're wondering, yes, it's just as good.

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Just when you thought your iced mocha couldn't get any better. Hint: add a pinch of salt and your world will forever change.

Coffee, ice cream, whipped cream, and vanilla wafers. In other words, the epitome of happiness.

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You've had iced joe with almond milk before, but with a splash of honey? Game-changer.

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This smooth blend of coffee, chicory, and syrup makes for the ultimate morning cup of coffee. Try it and we're sure you'll agree.

Get the recipe Sugar and Charm.

It sounds, well, interesting, but trust us: tonic and espresso together is pure magic. Pro tip: Add cherries for a tiny hint of sweetness.

Get the recipe Well Nesting.

Your two favorites&mdashjava and booze&mdashare blended here to create the perfect happy hour drink.

Get recipe Supergolden Bakes.

Afternoon slumps, be gone. This strong, delicious mix of coffee concentrate and condensed milk will surely keep you on your toes for the rest of the work day.

Get recipe Seeded At The Table.

Mocha lovers, meet your new best friend nutella. One sip of this chocolatey concoction and you'll be looking forward to getting up early for preschool drop-off every morning.


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