Summer may be winding down but, our Keurig® K-Cup® coffee coupon codes sure are not! In fact, with fall looming around the corner, now is a better time than ever to save on coffee pods. Our list of August coupons includes a few extended offers and plenty of new comers.
Topics: Coffee coupons
I have noticed that my favorite Keurig® K-Cup® coffee recipes have a common denominator- ice cream. Every one of my go to choices for decadent coffee treats contains blissful ice cream. Frappuccinos are basically milk shakes and Affogato is vanilla ice cream with a blanket of dark espresso. It is no wonder the definition of Eiskafffe reached out and grabbed me. Eiskaffe is a German term that means coffee with ice cream.
After perusing many recipes, I came up with my version with a caramel twist because coffee tastes amazing with caramel, duh. Also, Starbucks Caramel K-Cup® coffee pods recently made their way to our inventory, and I am dying to try them.
Yellow is for the sun; green is for grass, blue is for the sky but, white is the beginning of everything. The simple and clean pallet that brings peace and calm while making everything pop in appearance and taste. Coffee looks just a little richer in a new white mug. Words seem a bit more profound on a crisp white sheet of paper. White clears the mind and eliminates inputs that cause pollution in my head. Since I have begun my white collection, decisions are easy as I don't have to think about what color to choose. If I need a mug, it will be white and if I want a journal so shall it.
A Keurig® coffee brewer is an essential dorm room item for the college bound. Easy access to inexpensive, high-quality coffee will help your favorite student power through all nighters and avoid costly trips to Starbucks. Most college housing comes with stipulations as to the sort of electronics that can be used in a dorm room, from all out bans on toasters to only ul approved items. Luckily, the Keurig® mini brewer makes to "ok to use" list.
by: Ken Ilgunas
4.5 stars/ FREE Kindle edition!
In this frank and witty memoir, Ken Ilgunas lays bare the existential terror of graduating from the University of Buffalo with $32,000 of student debt. Ilgunas set himself an ambitious mission: get out of debt as quickly as possible. Inspired by the frugality and philosophy of Henry David Thoreau, Ilgunas undertook a 3-year transcontinental jour¬ney, working in Alaska as a tour guide, garbage picker, and night cook to pay off his student loans before hitchhiking home to New York.
Debt-free, Ilgunas then enrolled in a master’s program at Duke University, determined not to borrow against his future again. He used the last of his savings to buy himself a used Econoline van and outfitted it as his new dorm.
Topics: Coffee and books
I see it all the time. A massive collection of K-cup® pod boxes of various flavors, several are seemingly untouched, others are nearly empty. New Keurig® brewer users and veterans alike, tend to struggle with putting together a balanced ensemble of roasts to satisfy every type of coffee preference. This is a common phenomenon in commercial settings but, homes fall victim as well. Keeping a well-rounded variety of K-Cup® pods on hand is essential for a large family and entertaining guests.