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Enjoy this mellow coffee simmered with spices, chocolate and an orange.
Coffee and chocolate often are served side by side. This elegant drink combines them in a single, satisfying cup.
Add coffee crystals to hot cocoa for an added treat.
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Espresso beans are folded into layers of pudding made with cocoa and instant espresso coffee powder for an energizing dessert.
52% fewer calories, 81% less sat fat, 79% less fat than the original recipe. Revive with this 10-minute, cool cup of joe!
Coffee lovers will enjoy a Christmas gift of a coffee- and chocolate-flavored drink mix. Package in clear cellophane bags and tie with festive ribbons.
The favorite combination of coffee and cocoa flavors these cookies, making a sophisticated treat for adults.
Coffee or smoothie? No need to choose just one when you can blend up a batch of this brilliant beverage that includes cocoa, instant espresso, a banana and a couple hidden vegetables.
Chocolate-flavored drink mix replaces high-carb sugar syrup in this homestyle recipe version of a coffee shop drink.
The coffee-chocolate blend is poured over ice cream to make this cold summer drink.
An option for making these cookies is to substitute strong brewed coffee for the liqueur.
Ever listen to some hipster ordering a half-caf, no-foam, two pump vanilla soy latte and think, "I'd have what he's having, if only I had a clue what he was actually having?" Debenhams department store in Great Britain feels your frustration, and it's changing its coffee menus to replace confusing terms with plain ol' English, reports Eater.com. Hence, the Plain English Campaign that trades "cappuccino" in for "frothy coffee," "latte" for "really really milky coffee" and "mocha" for "chocolate flavoured coffee," according to a press release from the retailer.
We're not gonna lie. Paying nearly $5 for a grande eggnog latte at Starbucks makes us feel a little Grinchy. But it's got eggnog in it, so we pony up and watch our stomachs grow three sizes that day.
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.