To some groups of people, coffee is as simple as putting it in a pot, letting it brew, and adding cream with sugar. This method is completely fine and normal, but many people enjoy experimentation and new ideas as well. There are multiple ways to bring your coffee to life, and here are some fresh, creative ways to create a cup of your favorite drink.Many of these recipes can be prepared in as little as ten minutes!
Almond Mocha Coffee by Folgers
Serving up to two people, the delicious almond mocha is a coffee recipe that is easy to make and an excellent choice! The recipe is simple; almond mocha coffee only takes up to 15 minutes to create. In this coffee recipe, the following ingredients are required: heavy whipping cream, almond flavored syrup, milk, chocolate flavored syrup, pre-brewed and strong coffee, almonds, and cherries. All of the stated ingredients are common foods to have around, so it is that much easier to make!
Whip ⅓ of a cup of heavy whipping cream, mixed in with 2 teaspoons of your almond flavored syrup; put it in the refrigerator once it reaches its desired consistency. Microwave and whisk four cups (1qt) of milk, and pour 4 tablespoons of your chocolate syrup and almond syrup into your milk, stirring to mix it all up. Add this mixture to your previously brewed coffee with some almonds and a cherry on top, and you have a beautiful cup of almond mocha coffee!
Aztec Cinnamon Chocolate Iced Cappuccino by Folgers
One of the fastest coffee recipes to make (only 5 minutes for one serving!), the Aztec cinnamon chocolate iced cappuccino is a shot of bliss, meant to make your mornings pleasant and hassle free. If you are a fan of cold or iced coffee, this recipe is right for you. In addition, the smaller serving makes it easier to consume fewer calories for the same great taste! Only a few ingredients are needed for this mixture: milk- sweetened and condensed, chocolate fudge topping, vanilla extract, ground cinnamon, cool coffee, ice, whipped cream, and cinnamon.
Cafe Latte Milkshake by Sally Peters
Are you craving coffee on a hot day? Try the cafe latte milkshake, invented by Sally Peters, to cool your day off and boost your energy. This coffee recipe may be used in the mornings for extra energy, or it can be used in the evenings after a long day of play. The preparation time adds up to only a few minutes; all you need to do is slap the ingredients into a blender! The ingredients include a cup and a half of cool coffee, a couple of scoops of your preferred flavor of ice cream (although vanilla is recommended!), and chocolate syrup, filled to your satisfaction.
Pumpkin Spice Latte
Who can deny this classic, widely loved type of coffee? The answer will always be the same: nobody. If you are stuck every year waiting for pumpkin spice to make its comeback in the fall, wait no longer! This seasonal coffee takes only 10 minutes to make, and its ingredients mostly consist of common household components. You need 1 cup of milk, ¼ a teaspoon of pumpkin spice, espresso, pumpkin puree- added to the preferred taste-, a dash of vanilla extract, and sugar- also added to the taste. With this recipe, you will be able to make the most out of your entire year without waiting for your favorite beverage to make a comeback!