Coffee Granita
Eating ice cream for breakfast is made acceptable when you imitate this Italian summer ritual.This recipe is courtesy of Smitten Kitchen.
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smoothie
This recipe is courtesy of Ripple
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Oat milk Honey Latte
Whether this is your go-to order at Starbucks, or you just want to put a new twist on your morning coffee, this oat milk honey latte will do the trick. The honey serves as a natural sweetener and the oat milk is just a bit more creamy than your usual 2%. Another bonus — it’s a plant-based alternative and it’s also dairy-, soy- and nut-free. If you’re gluten-free, be sure to pick up a brand that uses gluten-free oats.
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Brown Sugar Caramel Latte
Don't settle for a plain cup of joe. Get the warm and fuzzy flavors of brown sugar and caramel in a latte that's so easy to make, your Keurig can do it.Recipe courtesy of  Dunkin'
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Dark Chocolate Pudding
The secret ingredient that gives this chocolate pudding a velvety texture and healthy boost? Hood® Low Fat Cottage Cheese.Recipe courtesy of Hood
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This flavor harmony is almost too good not to try. If you like chai tea, you might just love these cookies. Courtesy of Krusteaz
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Homemade Caramel Brûlée Latte Recipe
Starbucks really targeted dessert lovers with the creation of the caramel brûlée latte. Caramel sauce, vanilla syrup, espresso, milk, and sugar are the perfect recipe for dessert in a cup.  No kitchen torch required.
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DIY Mocha Frappuccino Recipe
A blender, milk, coffee, and ice are all you need to create the perfect frothy Frappuccino at home. The key here is making sure all the elements — including the coffee — are cold or at least room temperature. Otherwise, the ice will melt and you will just have watered-down, lukewarm coffee.
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Coffee Granita
Turn your favorite caffeinated beverage into a frozen treat by making this refreshing granita. We like to sweeten ours with sugar, but you could experiment with agave and maple syrup, too. Serve the granita in coffee cups topped with whipped cream for a fun presentation.
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Mini Guinness
Irish chef Clodagh McKenna shares how to make her Mini Guinness chocolate mousses, which, despite the name, don't actually contain Guinness. Click here to see McKenna's demo video, as she walks you step-by-step through this recipe.
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Espresso Protein Shake
This shake is a real eye-opener! Lisa Wells at CookEatPaleo recommends a pure egg-white protein powder as a smoothie additive. “This way, I know I’m avoiding refined sugars and other additives. And I can control everything that goes into my smoothie,” she says. See our best smoothie recipes.
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Tiramisu Cake
In my family, the cooking is left to the ladies in our home kitchen and the baking is left to my father, at our pastry shop. Ergo, when it came time to decide upon a recipe I chose a cake to test my own baking chops, with just a little bit of help. Classic tiramisu is made usually in a sheet pan or a glass casserole dish so the sponge is left to soak. However, in this instance, our rendition is dressed up a bit, in a cake form to make it easier to slice and serve. This version is still rich in espresso essence and holds truth to its Italian handle.
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