There are plenty of chocolate chip cookie recipes in the world, but this is one you need. Loaded with chocolate chips and instant espresso, it’s the perfect combo of sweet flavors.
Filled with peanut butter and enrobed in dark chocolate and chopped espresso beans, these peanut butter cups are the sweet snack you crave.
An Oreo crust, an espresso-spiked batter and served with a Kahlúa whipped cream. This espresso cheesecake sure satisfies our sweet tooth.
These baked chocolate donuts have brewed espresso in the batter and chopped espresso beans on top of the rich, chocolate glaze. You can have your morning cup of coffee and eat it too!
Ever wonder what all those fancy ‘macchiato’, ‘lungo’, or ‘caffe americano’ coffee terms really mean?
The bold chocolate flavor makes for a rich cup of cocoa without being too sweet. Top with a foamy espresso whipped cream that will melt in as you sip.
Learn the difference in pulling a mediocre espresso and a superb shot that will taste amazing while it energizes you.
These are adult chocolate chip cookies. With a healthy dose of espresso, dark chocolate chunks, and spiked with coffee liqueur, they are a rich dream come true.
If you’re a fan of the original, this bulletproof coffee might just rival it. Try it for a perfect afternoon pick-me-up.
These sweet bars may sound like a bit of a mouthful, but they are a delicious, addictive mouthful, no flour needed.
What goes better with chocolate than espresso? Bake a batch of these fudgy brownies and top with a cinnamon butter cream and a one more layer of chocolate.
This banana bread has everything you want and need in a sweet breakfast.
From latte art to coffee smoothies, check out delicious things happening in the world of coffee.
Treat the culinary entertainer in your life with these gift ideas and there will always be an excuse to throw a party.
This no-churn ice cream can is made with homemade sweetened condensed milk that will show up any store-bought can and blow any other mocha espresso ice cream out of the water.
Bill finds a stunning shop slinging great coffee in the the beautiful land of Portland.
Using brown sugar, this mousse has a fun caramel flavor with an extra egg white for a light, airy texture. You can’t go wrong with a great chocolate mousse.
Bill heads outside of Portland to Mt. Hood and finds a coffee gem along the way.
Bill travels to the southern New Jersey beach to find one of the area’s first, great coffeehouses.
Bill heads out to Springfield and finds a great coffee house in the town square.
For a reprieve from all the pumpkin desserts this Thanksgiving, here is a list of eleven baked goods that use the other sweet fruits of fall’s labor.
Food is about sharing and so is this buttery, rich cake topped with cinnamon and chocolate chips. Serve with a cup of coffee or a glass of milk.
Start your morning with a piping hot cafecito and a few Espresso Cherry Biscotti made with crunchy pistachios, dried cherries and instant espresso.
The inner circle of specialty coffee is small, interconnected. Budin is a welcoming Scandinavian coffee bar in Greenpoint with imported Scandinavian goods.
Gluten-free cookies similar to the flavor of the coconut caramel Girl Scout version. Sprinkle with espresso sugar for added flavor.
Void of any added sugar if you so desire, this espresso smoothie is rich and the perfect morning jolt without a sugar crash later.
Amrita Rawat serves up some absolutely gorgeous espresso chocolate eclairs for the Holidays.
Honest Cooking’s coffee house tester Bill Walsh finds a haven of coffee purity in Pure Fare.
Honest Cooking coffee house tester Bill Wash discovers the curious coffee nebula of Wormhole Coffee in Chicago.
Burlington proves to be a great haven for great coffee at Maglianero.
The outer reaches of San Francisco holds a great eatery (for food AND coffee) in Outerlands.
Ports Coffee & Tea of Manhattan offers a nice place to dock for great coffee in Manhattan.
Bill Walsh discovers that Minneapolis holds a great coffee outfit called Urban Bean.
Look no further than Ipsento Coffee House and Roaster for great coffee in Chicago.
Bill Walsh finds a great coffee experience at Rustica Bakery in his travels in the Twin Cities.
Bill makes a pleasant visit to Chicago coffee roaster and cafe Asado Coffee.
Our coffe tester Bill Walsh runs into Bull Run Roasting Co in Minneapolis.
Stable yourself for a moving coffee experience at San Fransisco’s Stable Café.
Bill banks on Alaska Coffee Roasting Co. – a Fairbanks original and finds it splendid.
Bill finds a nice respite for coffee at the Flying Squirrel Bakery Café in Alaska’s quaint village of Talkeetna.
Bill finds Quixotic Coffee in St. Paul to be exactly what he was looking for.
Mike Crimmins with some fantastic tips on how to make your coffee taste much better.
Bill finds Anchorage’s oldest coffee roaster a decent stop for the local and tourist alike.
The Culinary Institute of America not only makes good chefs, it makes a good cup of coffee.
Bill finds a great coffee roaster at De La Paz’s future bar.
Kankana Saxena celebrates one year as a food blogger with some delicious espresso cupcakes.
Bill Walsh falls upon a fair oasis of coffee on the Strip.
For those looking for a no-fuss espresso machine, can their be quality?
Khalilah Ramdene takes a flavorful trip back to Spain with a cup of Bon-Bon coffee.
Turns out Santa Claus’ House has more to offer than just milk and cookies.
Bill Walsh barks up the pleasant Dogwood Coffee tree.
Bill makes spies a fine cup of coffee at Sightglass Coffee in San Francisco.
Bill discovers a golden fleece in St. Paul’s Black Sheep.
While the ambiance rocks, Bill finds SteamDot only mostly good.
A small beach coffee bar provides a decent caffeinated reprieve.
In Las Vegas, Bill finds a fancy sushi operation that takes their coffee seriously too.
Bill sings the praises of Kopplin’s Coffee in St. Paul.
Bill takes a trip to Seward, Alaska and almost passes up a caffeinated jewel.
Bill finds a stellar coffee and wine bar in Old Alexandria.
Walking through Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, Bill finds that Vosges does a far better job with their chocolate than their espresso.