If you know me at all, you should know that I absolutely ADORE coffee (it’s even right over there on my bio!). Plus it is also International Coffee Lovers’ Day on September 29th, so what a great time to celebrate all things coffee! I’ve taken the liberty of rounding up some delicious sounding (and somewhat unusual) coffee recipes for any addicts like me. Who knew you could do all of these amazing things with coffee!
Blueberry Streusel Coffeecake
As seen on my post, this is the best, easiest coffeecake. It’s so yummy, I just had to get the word out! (Keep in mind that, unlike the rest of the recipes in this roundup, this recipe doesn’t have actual coffee in it. It just tastes fantastic with a cup of coffee – or alongside some of these other ideas.)
Espresso Chocolate Chip Ice Cream
Table for Two
If you’ve got an ice cream maker handy, this Espresso Chocolate Chip Ice Cream from Table for Two sounds absolutely delicious (and it only takes four ingredients)!
Bulletproof Coffee Gummies
Cheerfully Imperfect not only share their recipe for bulletproof coffee but also turn that idea into these ingenious Bulletproof Coffee Gummies. They’re a quick, chewable shot of energy with all the goodness of a freshly brewed pot.
Coffee Chia Pudding
Nutritionist Meets Chef
For a healthier alternative to tiramisu, Nutritionist Meets Chef has suggested this delicious sounding Coffee Chia Pudding. Yes, please!
Spicy Orange and Coffee BBQ Sauce
This BBQ sauce really has a kick to it! Check out Intentional Hospitality’s super flavourful Spicy Orange and Coffee BBQ Sauce. Now don’t mind me while I go smother all of my BBQ dishes with this.
Cafe Mocha Overnight Oats
Coffee lovers need that first dose in the morning. Why not save time and have it in this super quick and easy grab-and-go breakfast? I just absolutely love that it’s only FIVE ingredients and is prepared the night before. You’ve just got to try out this tasty Cafe Mocha Overnight Oats.
Espresso Mocha Macaron with Salted Dark Chocolate Filling
A Kitchen Hoor’s Adventures
This sweet treat plays on two can’t-beat combinations: coffee and chocolate, and chocolate and salt. These macaron look slightly more complicated to make, and certainly take quite a few ingredients, but they look well worth it! Get the recipe for Espresso Mocha Macaron with Salted Dark Chocolate Filling from A Kitchen Hoor’s Adventures.
Cookie Dough and Oven Mitt
Another recipe that takes a bit of work, this Coffee Cheesecake just looks too creamy and delicious to pass up! I especially love the idea of using chocolate covered espresso beans on top. Bravo!
Maple and Coffee Glazed Bacon
Coffee works really, really well with some meats, and apparently bacon is one of them. This will taste like the perfect breakfast combination ever. Check out this thing of beauty at The Worktop.
The Flavor Blender
This creamy dessert looks absolutely delectable, doesn’t it? Made with real coffee grounds, this recipe looks easy enough (and delicious!). Head over to The Flavor Blender to check it out.
Chocolate Chunk Coffee Muffins
Well Plated by Erin
These muffins will please both chocolate addicts and coffee lovers. These Chocolate Chunk Coffee Muffins have double chocolate and look ooey gooey delicious!
Brown Sugar Coffee Cookies
Wishes and Dishes
These Brown Sugar Coffee Cookies are just a perfect little sweet treat. They use instant coffee, probably giving an extra burst of flavour (and making them super easy!).
Caramel & Coffee-Infused Creme Brulee
This coffee-infused dessert recipe makes creme brulee look almost not-terrifying. Try out this Caramel & Coffee-Infused Creme Brulee for a sugary rush of goodness.
Caramel Coffee Fudge
Inside BruCrew Life
Each layer of this Caramel Coffee Fudge looks absolutely amazing. Caramel underneath coffee with a splash of chocolate on top? Heaven.
Coffee Lovers Chocolate Cake Donuts
Baker by Nature
So…the coffee in the donut (AND the glaze!) makes this a breakfast food, right? Bless you, Baker by Nature.
Blogging with Apples
Speaking of breakfast, these Coffee Pancakes will give your morning that extra burst of energy needed to get you through your day. (You could even serve it with that Maple and Coffee Glazed Bacon above.)
Recipes Made Easy
These Coffee Truffles would take a little bit more work, but they look really, really worth it. This recipe has taken the typical coffee and chocolate combo and added a kick of Kahlua for fun. Perfect weekend/girls’ night indulgence!
Fudgy Coffee Brownies
I would eat these scrumptious-sounding brownies without the added coffee bonus, but let’s be honest, coffee makes everything better. The only problem with these Fudgy Coffee Brownies is that they wouldn’t last more than one day in my house.
Cold Brew Coffee Pie
The Domestic Rebel
First of all, anything no-bake is always a win. Second of all, this frozen dessert sounds almost like a frappuccino in a pie plate. This Cold Brew Coffee Pie is just plain winning!
Chocolate Dipped Mocha Iced Coffee Popsicles
Sprinkle Some Sugar
This recipe calls for a particular brand of pre-made mocha iced coffee, but could probably be made with just about any coffee brew. I definitely think it’s worth a try! These Chocolate Dipped Mocha Iced Coffee Popsicles look delish!
Don’t these coffee recipes just look fantastic! Which one do you want to try first?