REESE'S CREAMER! Reese's for breakfast, anyone? International Delight could be launching a Reese's Peanut Butter Cups Creamer, according to Instagram user Junkbanter, one of our trusted sources of sneak-peek grocery store news. It looks like the creamer was found at Walmart, and another food blogger by the name of The Impulsive Buy claims to have spotted the product at Walmart as well.
POPSUGAR reached out to a Walmart representative to confirm the product is available in stores starting now, and it is not exclusive to Walmart. The next time you're grocery shopping, keep your eyes peeled for this life-changing creamer flavor you never knew you needed. Anyone else plotting their plans to have Reese's Puffs and Reese's-flavored coffee for breakfast? Count us in!
Cold brew coffee season is here, and that means you have two options: you can spend your whole summer savings on this nicely caffeinated and refreshing beverage (we know some of the best ones to choose from), or you can suck it up and make your own. Sure, making homemade cold brew concentrate at home requires some work, some planning and a fair amount of cleanup. But it also means you’ll have ample amounts of cold brew concentrate. Click here to see more: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/cold-brew-coffee-concentrate_us_5967c3cae4b0d6341fe78d16
We're no strangers to eating jerky for breakfast here at Extra Crispy, but there's something about putting your morning serving of beef jerky inside your cup of coffee that seems a little extreme. But not for Starbucks, apparently. Starting today, July 31, Starbucks will actually be serving up a new drink that combines coffee and beef jerky. Called the Pepper Nitro, this glass of Starbucks nitro cold brew coffee is garnished with a piece of beef jerky on a bamboo skewer. But it's not just any beef jerky. According to a press release sent to Extra Crispy by Starbucks, this is "gourmet" beef jerky, made from grass-fed beef.
Read more here: http://www.extracrispy.com/drinks/3571/starbucks-new-drink-combines-beef-jerky-and-cold-brew
Ice cream desserts are a summer must-have. Whether it’s on a stick, in a bowl or a brownie-crusted pie, you’ll scream for this homemade ice cream treat.
Click here for this recipe: http://www.wsaw.com/content/news/Celebrating--436776463.html
By this point in the summer, we're well into cold brew season. Whether you like it with cream, over ice, or straight up, this is no time for hot coffee. Save that for the day you put your hoodie back on.
Now that the highly-caffeinated stuff has been coursing through your veins for a few months, you may be looking for a few new ways to drink it. Maybe you've considered putting alcohol in it, on a particularly lazy weekend morning or an afternoon when both cold brew and booze are in your fridge. But maybe you're not really into the idea of a chilled Irish Coffee.
Find out more & the recipes here: http://www.gq.com/story/cold-brew-cocktails
Turn your oven off for a slice of heaven!
When we simply can't handle the heat of turning on our ovens, this no-bake mud pie saves the day. An Oreo® crust holds layers of chocolate ganaches and espresso whipped cream for a decadently sweet pick-me-up.
This recipe is super simple but requires some wait time while you let the layers firm up in the fridge. It's a great one to make in advance and even keep in the freezer. This way, you can cut perfect slices before the pie tempers.
Find this recipe here: https://www.tastingtable.com/cook/recipes/no-bake-espresso-mud-pie-recipe-chocolate-dessert
Forget spending your hard earned money on a frozen coffee drink, make your own mocha frappe at home!! Easy to mek, plus tips to flavor it however you like!
Find this recipe here: http://www.thechunkychef.com/copycat-mocha-frappe/
Coffee Cone, a café in Tokyo's Kōenji neighborhood, has us all wondering why this wasn't already a thing: as the name implies, they're serving coffee drinks in ice cream cones. Whether you're the type of person who'd go for a latte in a sprinkles-dipped cone or you're more into the matcha in a matcha powder-dusted cone kind of thing, you can probably find a coffee cone that you'd love.
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# 3. A satirical 17th-century pamphlet claimed that coffee would lead men to be "Cuckol'd by Dildo's."
Yes, friend, you read that correctly. In 1674, an anonymous source released a satirical pamphlet entitled the "The Women's Petition Against Coffee," which decried the effect of coffee on men's libidos with the filthy wit of a sexually frustrated Samantha Jones. This work argues that men "come from it with nothing moist but their snotty Noses, nothing stiffe but their Joints, nor standing but their Ears." The men's response, was of course, equally filthy. It claimed that coffee, "makes the erection more Vigorous, the Ejaculation more full," and "adds a spiritualescency to the Sperme."
Read more here: https://www.buzzfeed.com/alanamohamed/9-things-you-never-knew-about-coffee-but-totally-should
These will make it easier to get your caffeine fix!
Some may argue that iced coffee is such a perfect warm-weather drink, so why not just leave well and good alone? You see, I don't agree because it's a perfect template for experimentation. Coffee works well with so many other flavors that riffing on the beverage is not only fun, but it also turns out to be seriously successful. If you thought regular iced coffee was great, just wait until you give one (or all) of these twists a try.
Find the recipes here: http://www.thekitchn.com/5-iced-coffee-upgrades-that-make-it-even-easier-to-get-your-caffeine-fix-230668
London's new way to serve coffee! There's a certain ceremony associated with a Sunday coffee. In the week, your cup of Joe is necessary fuel, bought at whichever café has the shortest queue and consumed in haste so the caffeine will take hold fast. So at the weekend there has to be a step-change — there’s time to slow down and savour it. That’s where the coffee carafe comes in.
Click here to read more: http://www.standard.co.uk/goingout/bars/the-long-brew-theres-a-new-way-to-serve-coffee-in-london-a3580696.html
Of course, we here at Caffeine Addicts already knew this!
Hating on decaf is old and lame, a sentiment we feel strongly about here at Sprudge—strong enough to declare, in t-shirt form, that “Decaf Gives Me Life!“. But it turns out that chemically processed decaf could wind up being the death of us all.
Read more here while your order a caffeinated beverage: http://sprudge.com/decaf-coffee-ruins-the-ozone-123450.html
Meet the coffee of your dreams! There is something about the aroma of freshly-brewed coffee. It's something that makes you fall in love, again, every time.
Coffee lovers know it happens. There's always the chase to find the perfect coffee shop or master the recipe.
We know the struggle to get it right, and the joy at tasting the first sip of the perfect brew.
If all the talk about a cuppa has already got you craving, this Moroccan Spiced Coffee will be the reward you are looking for!
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Kids can play, Mom can eat! Need a little pick-me-up? Who doesn't? Making DIY slime with kids takes a lot of energy, and moms may need a little boost to get through the chaotic craft sessions. Sure, you could sip on a cup of coffee while the kids DIY-away. But why not kill two birds with one stone and learn how to make coffee slime that'll keep kids entertained and you energized.
Click here for this recipe: https://www.romper.com/p/how-to-make-coffee-slime-that-keeps-kids-entertained-moms-energized-no-seriously-66978
Mug size that is!! Cafés know what they're doing when they serve you cappuccinos in mugs the size of your head. A new study shows that cup height and diameter have a lot to do with people's expectations of coffee's taste, aroma, temperature, and cost.
Read more here: http://www.refinery29.com/2017/01/135198/coffee-mug-size-affects-taste-expectations
Some would say coffee is a life-giving pick-me-up because of its caffeine, but its beans are also packed with compounds known to literally give you life.
One of those is chlorogenic acid, which coffee has in higher concentrations than any other plant, as well as other compounds linked to protective antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. Basically, if you drink coffee, you'll live longer.
"When people think of coffee, they often associate the beverage with caffeine. However, coffee beans have many other chemicals that could help fight chronic inflammatory diseases," said Dr Sampath Parthasarathy, editor-in-chief of the Journal of Medicinal Food, which just published a new study on coffee beans.
Read more here: http://coach.nine.com.au/2017/06/21/14/06/coffee-beans-roasted-antioxidants-inflammation#25oA0ti1kxLoXy7Y.99
Iced coffee seems to be “it” right now. It’s everywhere! On menus, on Facebook, on Instagram. Everywhere I look, all I see is iced coffee.
And I finally gave in. But I will say that besides the iced coffee at my favorite local shop, the best iced coffee I’ve had has been made at home. If you start using great coffee and make it exactly how you want it, you’ll never be disappointed!
Iced coffee should never have a burned flavor or be bitter or taste like watered-down coffee from earlier that morning. It should be smooth and flavorful and refreshing.
Read more and get a great recipe here: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/brandi-evans/my-favorite-iced-coffee_b_5459215.html