With its subtly sweet, aromatic flavor, cinnamon coffee is a popular beverage. These easy recipes for hot and cold cinnamon coffee drinks range from slushes to cappuccino.See Popular Cinnamon Coffee Recipes
Spiked with orange liqueur, this nicely spiced brew can be served hot or cold. And it's low in calories!
In just 10 minutes you can make this classic Italian drink. And it tastes just like one from a cafe.
Add drama to after dinner coffee by serving this New Orleans specialty. To enhance the effect, dim the lights before flaming the brandy.
This iced coffee is full of flavor but without the added calories.
Brunch guests will think you slaved over this coffeecake much longer than 15 minutes! Serve with a fruit salad and scrambled eggs for a magnificent morning meal.
Cardamom and cloves season the coffee used in this drink. It's mixed with ice cream to create a frothy cooler that's great for summer parties.
Learning how to make monkey bread will give you an alternative to cinnamon rolls the next time you're looking for a home-baked breakfast.
Sometimes the simple things can seem the most indulgent. Such is the case with French toast--delectably battered and lightly fried slices of bread, dripping in maple syrup, served with a side of fresh fruit and a warm mug of coffee. It's the kind of meal that could just as well come from a fancy restaurant brunch, but can seem like even more of a treat when enjoyed in your own fuzzy slippers. Lucky for you, it's easy to learn how to make French toast.
If you've often wished you could just go ahead and drink your bacon in the morning, you may want to put Eileen Gannon on your "thank you" list. The Des Moines Register reports that this Iowa financial adviser won the recent Seattle's Best Coffee Red Cup Showdown -- and a cool $10,000 prize and a year's supply of coffee -- for her How to Win a Guy with One Sip concoction made using bacon-flavored syrup, caramel syrup, and pumpkin pie spice. Oh, and it's garnished with caramelized bacon whipped cream, caramel ice cream topping, more pumpkin pie spice, and caramelized bacon.
A drawn-out, lazy weekend brunch is the perfect romantic luxury. Forget fussy steak dinners and awkward restaurant dates. Turn off the alarm clock and sleep in--there's nothing better than waking up to brunch.
Brunch is a great choice for entertaining around the holidays. Not only is it festive, but many of the dishes can be made in advance. Setting up a buffet-style meal keeps guests mobile and ready to socialize, and as an added bonus, with the feast laid out in front of them, they can pick and choose their favorites!
Hosting brunch doesn't have to be stressful. These delectable brunch recipes can be prepped the night before or take less than an hour to make the day of.
Thinking of popping by your favorite steakhouse for a a steak dinner to go? Fugeddaboutit! Whether you keep your grill fired up all year long, or prefer to stay warm and cozy in the kitchen and cook the meat under the broiler, a steak dinner is one of the easiest to prepare (about 15 minutes of cooking time). Plus, steak isn't cheap, and restaurant prices will cost you double or triple what it will cost you to cook it at home.