There’s nothing like starting your day with a full plate of food and the perfect cup of joe. But the same old boring cup of coffee every single day won’t always make a day right! This is exactly why providers of catering in Manila provide a lot of options of menu: variety is important!
Every now and then, you’ll need to jazz your coffee up a bit to perk you up in the morning. Here are amazing coffee recipes you can try::
Pumpkin Spiced Latte
You don’t need to wait for Hallowe’en to have a cup of this amazing Pumpkin Spice Latte, and you certainly don’t need to wait for Starbucks to offer them. Why not make them yourselves!
Heat the pumpkin, pumpkin pie spice, and freshly ground black pepper for 2 minutes. Then add the sugar, continue stirring until the consistency is thick. Put vanilla extract and pour in milk, make sure the heat is on medium and the mixture doesn’t boil. When the mixture is warm, place it in a blender, blend it until it’s frothy.
Now all you need to do is to make your coffee, add in the frothy milk mixture, top it with whipped cream, and pumpkin pie spice. You can add in cinnamon, or any spice of that will go well with your drink.
Viennese Iced Coffee
This is a recipe made by Barefoot Contessa’s Ina Garten.
In a blender, combine sugar, vanilla, espresso, and hot water. Don’t process yet, just stir it until the sugar dissolves. Once that’s done, put in ice and start processing until smooth. Microwave a dollop of ice cream for 15 seconds, put this into a glass, and then pour in the mixture.
For the people who like strong coffee in the morning, this is perfect for you.
In a bowl, beat whip cream until it’s fluffy. Add in vanilla extract and sugar, and continue beating it until you see soft peaks. Make your dark roast coffee and add in rum extract. Combine your mixtures by putting the whip cream in a glass first before pouring in the coffee. You can sprinkle with a spice of your choice.
Peppermint Chocolate Coffee
Paula Deen made an amazing coffee recipe that only takes 5 minutes to prepare!
All you need to do is to put chocolate and peppermint syrup, and coffee in a mug. Mix it until their all completely combined. Top it with whipped cream and chocolate shavings.
The best part is you can tweak it any way you want because it’s simple. You can use spices like cinnamon or nutmeg if you want a different taste.
Peanut Butter Mocha
Another coffee recipe that only takes a couple of minutes to prepare, perfect if you’re rushing out of the house for work.
In a blender, put in milk, hot chocolate mix, chilled coffee, creamy peanut butter, and vanilla frozen yoghurt. Process this until the consistency is thick and smooth. Pour in a glass, and top it with chocolate shavings or any spice of your choice.
This is great to drink with friends on a sunny afternoon, too!
Dressed Up Irish Coffee
Nancy Farmhouse from Farmhouse Rules concocted this 10-minute, easy-to-prepare irish coffee recipe.
Start by pouring hot coffee in a mug. Add sugar in it and stir until it’s dissolved. Then stir in the Irish cream, Irish whiskey, and schnapps. You can top it off with whipped cream, some chocolate shavings if you want, or you can opt to use nutmeg.
A classic way to prepare coffee. The great thing about this is there are many different ways to make Iced Coffee. One way is by mixing dark roast ground coffee and cold water at night, and leave it to steep. In the morning, use a strainer and pour the coffee in a mug, then add ice cubes and milk. Stir and then serve!
You can also put the coffee mix in a blender, add in sugar and milk. If you want flavour, you can also add in cinnamon or vanilla. Process until the consistency is smooth.
Chocolate Caramel Hazelnut Ice Coffee
From Boy Meets Grill, Bobby Flay made a really quick and really easy coffee recipe everyone knows and loves.
It only takes 5 minutes to prepare this awesome coffee recipe. All you have to do is to combine espresso, melted chocolate, caramel syrup, and hazelnut liqueur in a heatproof pitcher. Cover with clear plastic, and refrigerate. Prepare a glass with ice, pour in the chilled coffee mixture, and top it off with whipped cream. If you want, you can even add cocoa powder on top, or any flavourings in the mix.
These are just some of the awesome ways to prepare your coffee differently. There’s always more to learn when you’re done with these! But for now, pick one a day and by the end of the week (and a day) you’ll be able to figure out which ones you like best!