Homemade Coffee Creamer
. . . these are great flavor ideas. I usually just use milk and vanilla and a tiny bit of instant coffee with honey as a sweetener. Its better than anything Starbucks makes I am definitely going to try the pumpkin spice one soon. jennaseverythingblog . . .
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. . . you go by the directions. November 09, 2009 Patti said # I have never been a fan of instant coffee either, but would love to give this a try! French vanilla or Snickerdoodle are favorites of mine! November 09, 2009 tgonz10595 said # I like. . .
Coffee Almond Teacakes
. . . May 4, 2010 at 2:02 pm how do you think it would taste with instant espresso or instant coffee instead of the herbal coffee?i will probably just try it and post my results when i am home in a week Reply Gail May 4, 2010 at 2:44 pm I was . . .
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Joy The Baker Coffee Smoothie Every Which Way
. . . even further) 2 Tablespoons of chocolate syrup a dash of ground cinnamon 1 teaspoon instant coffee (for super coffee flavor) 1/4 teaspoon almond extract 1/4 teaspoon coconut extract whipped cream on top Share Tweet 118 Comments Add A Comment Lauren . . .
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. . . and beans! So over the weekend, when I dumped half a packet of Starbucks’ new instant coffee (which tastes fabulous, by the way) into an otherwise healthy, alkaline smoothie: …it felt deliciously sinful . It was Sunday, and I’d just whipped up . . .
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. . . slice much better if refrigerated several hours or preferably overnight. I used instant coffee this time around, but you can find natural coffee substitute at many natural food stores. 4 ounces unsweetened chocolate 1 cup unsalted butter 2 cups . . .
No Bake Mocha Chocolate Chip Cookies No-Bake
. . . dough Reply Rachel says: July 10, 2012 at 4:18 pm Just made these without the instant coffee and they’re really great as no-bake chocolate cookies too. I’m going to try them next time with the coffee because my mom loves coffee-flavored thi. . .
Pumpkin Spice Latte For One
. . . Oh, but then the liquid ratio would be off. So if you can, I’d dissolve the instant coffee first in water, then use 3-4 T of that. Reply BroccoliHut says: September 9, 2011 at 12:39 am I’m looking forward to fall so I can enjoy pumpkin oat b . . .
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