Pumpkin Batch Fall Spice Mix

Want to make your home smell great? Don’t bother with phony sprays or air fresheners. Instead, our all-natural Pumpkin Batch potpourri will add a spicy but not overwhelming warm scent to your home. In just 10-15 minutes, your home will start to smell like a warm, pumpkiny breakfast. INGREDIENTS 1 cup of strong-brewed Pumpkin Batch coffee (hot or cold) 3 cups of water 2 cinnamon sticks 3-5 whole cloves INSTRUCTIONS Add 1 cup of our Pumpkin Batch ground coffee to 3 cups of water and bring to simmer over the stove. Add a cinnamon stick and a few whole cloves...

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Pumpkin Batch Coffee Sugar Cookies

Spicy Pumpkin Batch sugar cookies are wonderful fall treats, but if you want to amp them up, make our nutmeg frosting. If you’re planning to serve these to children, remember that cookies will have caffeine unless you use decaffeinated Pumpkin Batch. INGREDIENTS 1cup of softened butter 1 1/2c sugar 2eggs ¼ cup Pumpkin Batch ground coffee (not brewed) 1 vanilla 2 1/4cups flour 1 baking powder 1/2 cinnamon ½ nutmeg ½ tsp cloves 1/2 fine salt INSTRUCTIONS Cream butter and sugar until very smooth Add Pumpkin Batch ground coffee, eggs, vanilla, and still until well-combined and smooth In a separate...

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Pumpkin Batch with Spiced Cream

One of the easiest ways to spice up your cup of Pumpkin Batch is with spiced cream. Keep some in your fridge to make your Pumpkin Batch extra spicy. INGREDIENTS ½ cup of cream, half and half, milk, or non-dairy milk A very light sprinkle of cloves (less than 1/8 of a teaspoon) 1/8 teaspoon of nutmeg 1/8 teaspoon of cinnamon 2 Tbsp brown sugar (optional) ½ tsp vegetable oil (optional for non-dairy milk versions) INSTRUCTIONS Add all ingredients together, put in a container with a tight seal lid, and shake until mixed. Store unused portions in the refrigerator for...

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Cold Brew Pumpkin Batch Coffee

You need to keep some cold brew Pumpkin Batch coffee on hand. Once brewed and strained, you can keep it in the fridge for up to three days. INGREDIENTS 1/2 cup coarsely ground Pumpkin Batch coffee 4 cups filtered water INSTRUCTIONS Add ground coffee and water to a glass storage jar Let steep, refrigerated, for about 12 hours Strain the mixture through a fine-mesh sieve (or coffee filter) into a large container (french Presses are perfect for this) Store in the refrigerator until ready to use Pour the cold brew concentrate over ice. Add a bit of brown sugar and...

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Love This Honey Lavender Iced Latte!

LOVE THIS HONEY LAVENDER ICED LATTE! This iced latte recipe uses Lancaster County Coffee Roasters’ Honey Lavendar coffee. It’s dairy-free and vegan The recipe makes 2 servings. Ingredients 1½ cups cold Lancaster County Coffee Roasters’ Honey Lavender coffee, chilled until very cold ½ teaspoon vanilla extract Ice A bit of honey for drizzling (leave it off to make it a Vegan treat) Lavender for garnish (yes, of COURSE it’s optional) Whipped Aquafaba – a dairy-free whipped cream substitute – Recipe below Directions Add ½ teaspoon of vanilla into the well-chilled Lancaster County Coffee Roasters’ Honey Lavender coffee. Pour into 2...

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Craving a Caramel Apple Iced Latte

Iced caramel drinks are great all summer long, but they get even better when you make a caramel apple iced latte! Ingredients 1 cup Lancaster County Coffee Roasters’ DUTCH APPLE CRUMCAKE coffee, chilled until very cold ½ cup Lancaster County Coffee Roasters’ CARAMEL CREAM coffee, chilled until very cold ½ teaspoon vanilla extract ½ teaspoon ground cinnamon 1 teaspoon sugar or sugar substitute Ice A bit of caramel syrup for drizzling A sprinkle of cinnamon for garnish Two very thin slices of Granny Smith apple for garnish (optional) Whipped cream or whipped topping Directions Combine 1 cup of strong-brewed Lancaster...

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