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Coffee recipes

Are you the experimental type or do you prefer the tried and tested? If you’re the former, you’re probably on the lookout for some new coffee recipes – and you know that these are as varied as coffee drinkers themselves. Have you tried all the different types of coffee drinks such as cappuccino, latte, mocha and espresso? Have you had them served hot and cold (yes – cold! Like cappuccino freddo or iced coffee).

Have you added flavoring for a tasty twist on your typical cup of coffee?  Ones to try are chocolate, brown sugar, cloves, cinnamon, vanilla, nutmeg, hazelnut, liqueurs and many other ingredients.  

Beyond drinks, you might also try one of the many food recipes that include dashes of coffee.  There are plenty of both sweet and savory recipes (everything from meatloaf to risotto, to sauces and gravies) that just might catch your fancy.

NESCAFÉ perfects its recipes country by country, adapting to local coffee culture and tastes.  And since NESCAFÉ soluble coffee is so easy and convenient to use, people have been known to use it as an ingredient for cakes and pastries in addition to coffee drinks.

Here are some fun summer iced coffee recipes:

COFFEE BANANA COOLER
In a blender, combine and blend together:
2 tbsp NESCAFÉ CLASSIC
1 piece of banana
2 tbsp sweetened cocoa
¼ cup condensed milk
Shaved ice

Makes 2 servings

 


ICED COFFEE DELUXE
In a shaker or blender, combine:
2 tsp NESCAFÉ coffee powder (e.g. GOLD, CLASSIC)
2 tsp sugar
1 Tbsp hot water
200 ml milk, chilled
1 cube of vanilla ice cream
Crushed ice

Makes 1 serving

 

 

MAPLE COFFE FRAPPÉ
In a shaker or blender combine:
2 tsp NESCAFÉ CLASSIC Soluble Coffee
1 tbsp hot water
2 tbsp maple syrup
3/4 cup water,
chilled 1/4 cup cream
crushed ice


Makes 2 servings

 


PEAR AND COFFEE FRAPPÉ

In a shaker or blender combine:
2 tsps NESCAFE CLASSIC
2 tbsps Sugar
1 tbsp Water,
boiling 4 tbsps Pear juice
180 ml Water (chilled)
2 tbsps Cream, single 10% (or Half and half )
Crushed ice

 

Makes 2 servings

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