TIRAMISU FOR BREAKFAST?

Tiramisu is a delicious coffee-flavored dessert, but it can be tricky to make at home. But tiramisu COFFEE is easy! Start by whipping 4 oz of mascarpone cheese in a medium bowl for a few minutes ‘til smooth. Next, slowly add ½ cup of heavy whipping cream while continuing to whip. When the mixture is almost whipped to full volume, begin to lightly sprinkle in ½ cup of powdered sugar and a dash of vanilla, and whip for a few more seconds, until the powdered sugar is combined, and the cream is fully whipped. Generously top a cup of strongly-brewed...

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Maple-licious

Warm up to fall with a super-easy Maple Walnut Latte! Gently fold 1 teaspoon of real maple syrup into ½ cup of sweetened whipped cream. Use your maple whipped cream on top of a big cup of Maple Walnut coffee from LCCR and garnish with walnut bits. Nutty, sweet, and perfect for autumn!

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Affogato Italiano

Go Italian with Affogato! First, freeze the serving bowl or cup for at least 15 minutes. Next, brew Red Rose Espresso (as an espresso or as a strong brew.) Place one generous dip of vanilla gelato into the chilled bowl (ice cream will do in a pinch) and top with a shot of hot espresso or a quarter cup of strong-brewed RED ROSE ESPRESSO or HAZELNUT coffee. The cold dish allows the hot coffee to slide over the gelato without melting it, for a deliciously sweet coffee treat. (Add a shot of amaretto or Irish cream whiskey if you like…or...

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RICE KRISPIE TREATS WITH ESPRESSO

Did you try our recipe for espresso powder yet? (SEE RECIPE HERE) Then it’s time to make the perfect summer treat––Rice Krispies Espresso Treats! Just add 2 Tablespoons of LCCR RED ROSE ESPRESSO powder and 1 teaspoon of cinnamon to your favorite recipe. For an extra coffee boost, garnish with drizzled chocolate and whole espresso beans.

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Foamed Milk At Home

Want to make coffee-house style foamed milk at home? Fill a small mason jar with about 4 tablespoons of warm milk (whole works best), put on lid, and shake for 1 minute. Then remove the lid and microwave for 1 minute to stabilize the foam. Voila! You now have thick, foamed milk that is ready spoon onto your coffee. Use immediately.

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Make Campfire Coffee

Whether you have a roaring campfire or a backyard firepit, making coffee camp-style is a fun change of pace. Put two teaspoons of your favorite LCCR ground coffee in a fireproof cooking pot and pour two cups of cold water over the grounds. Put the pot on a grate over the fire and bring the liquid to just boiling. As soon as it starts to boil, remove from heat immediately, and let it steep for about three minutes. Pour slowly into a cup, not disturbing the grounds that have settled to the bottom.

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