From the category archives:

Coffee Recipe

Basic Iced Coffee for Hot Summer Days

As much as I love a hot cup of coffee, I have to admit that some days it is just too hot for coffee. Days like that are perfect for iced coffee. It is not hard to learn how to make iced coffee. This simple recipe for iced coffee allows you to brew a glass […]

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Make Irish Coffee at Home

Irish coffee can add a nice finishing touch to any special dinner. Irish coffee could be considered a flavored coffee but it is actually a standard coffee with added flavor; the flavor is added after brewing. This recipe for Irish coffee shows how easy it is to make. Irish coffee is a quick and easy […]

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Fabulous Coffee Frost Recipe

Spring has arrived and my thoughts start drifting to coffee and tea recipes for the summer. One of my favorite summertime treats is a coffee frost. I guess I had this on my mind when I met some friends the other day, somehow we got onto the subject of ice cream. I mentioned that while […]

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Valentines Day Spiced Coffee Recipe

This is an interesting recipe sent to me by Sheila. I tried it yesterday afternoon and it was delicious! A very nice change of pace. It does require a prep work so prepare the water ahead of time. Ingredients for Water: 6 cups water 4 cinnamon sticks 8 whole cloves 8 allspice Put water and […]

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Cafe Mocha Recipe – Easy Version

February 11th, 2008 · No Comments I mentioned the other day that I was sipping a cup of homemade Cafe Mocha and several people contacted me. A couple wanted to know what a Cafe Mocha was and several others wanted to know how to make it at home. A cafe mocha is a coffee based […]

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Mocha Float Recipe

I had a craving the other day for a root beer float. I mentioned this to a friend and she shared this recipe for a Mocha Float. It was very good and I can see myself having this on a hot summer day. Ingredients for Mocha Float: Vanilla ice cream club soda ~ 1/2 teaspoon […]

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