It is hard to find a good coffee house creation with an almond milk base. Probably because the texture of the milk is not perfect for frothing. But, in our opinion, the nutty flavor is just right to pair with espresso-based drinks.
I can not relate but, I am willing to bet non-coffee drinkers are feeling left out of the Keurig® coffee maker buzz. They watch from the sidelines as we ooh and awe at new flavors and our old favorites. Who wouldn’t be jealous when we transition from grumpy Gus in the morning to a buzzing bee with just a few sips?
What if I told you no one has to sit this one out? Suit up non-coffee drinkers; you are getting in the Keurig® brewing game! There are a variety of options available so everyone can play.
You drive ten minutes, walk two blocks or bike up the street to get there. You wait in line for five minutes, choose the best coffee drinks at Starbucks®, and then fork over four dollars.
What if there was an easy and cheaper way?
There is. Make these hot coffee recipes at home instead. From pumpkin spice to witches brew, these seven choices will save you time and money.
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Cold hot cocoa? No that it is not a double entendre, the hot cocoa is actually cold in this recipe! It may seem odd but give it a chance, and I promise you will not regret it. I guess it is a milkshake as the name implies; yet, the ingredients are different than a typical shake. Rich hot cocoa combines with real ice cream and cookie crumbles to create a whole new experience. Not to mention, great new use for your hot cocoa K-Cup® pods!
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Summer is almost here! Some might be dreaming of the sun 😎, beach 🏖️, and BBQ 🍔 but we are busy perfecting our cold brew coffee game. We prefer to make our cold brew at home. Although a Starbucks treat now and then never hurt anyone, it is expensive and wasteful. At much less than $1.00 per serving, homemade cold brew is the way to go!