Blueberry Crumble Iced Latte

This recipe features cinnamon crumble atop whipped cream and Blueberry Crumble coffee. Yes, this recipe takes a little more time and effort, but it is totally worth it! Once you make these sweet little crumbles, you’ll have more than enough for your Iced Latte. Try sprinkling them on ice cream, fresh fruit, and yes, any cup of Lancaster County Coffee, hot or cold. Heat oven to 350 degrees and have a pie pan or an 8×8 baking dish handy. In a separate bowl, stir together ¼ cup of sugar, ¼ cup brown sugar, ¼ cup flour, ¼ cup old fashioned...

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Blueberry Vietnamese Coffee

Vietnamese coffee is more popular than ever, and no wonder. This luxurious treat is silky and delicious. When you make it with our BLUEBERRY CINNAMON CRUMBLE coffee, it gets even more indulgent. Start by pouring a layer of sweetened condensed milk into the bottom of your cup. Adding a teaspoon of blueberry jam is optional (but highly recommended!). Next, slowly add strongly brewed Blueberry Cinnamon Crumble coffee from Lancaster County Coffee Roasters, and enjoy! Tip: Pour coffee very slowly over the back of spoon to keep layers intact. Keep the spoon inside the cup while pouring to avoid spills.

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Mocha Shamrock Shake Recipe

Want a sweet way to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day without running to your local drive-through? Wish your shake tasted like IRISH CREAM instead of mint? Try our flavorful take on this American favorite. Although you may want to make more than one Mocha Shamrock Shake, we recommend preparing one Shamrock Mocha Shake at a time for the best results. Start by brewing 1/2 cup of Lancaster County Irish Cream coffee, creating a strong brew. Cool the coffee to room temperature, or chill it until cool. Put the coffee into a blender with 1 ½ cups of vanilla ice cream. Add...

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Bulletproof Coffee for Keto Fans

Are you into Keto or Paleo? Then you may want to try Bulletproof Coffee; using a blender, add 2 cups of hot black coffee, 2 Tbsp. of coconut oil, 1 Tbsp. unsalted butter (this MUST be unsalted, or the coffee will taste salty,) 1 raw egg, and a pinch of cinnamon. Blend on low until combined and a little foamy. Serve in a tall glass, or in two cups. Creamy and satisfying!

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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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