With this recipe, each cookie is short and sweet and each bite offers a punch of espresso. Perfect if you are craving a snack after a long day. This recipe is by Leah Eskin and was originally published in the Chicago Tribune. 
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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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This chocolate espresso take on the traditional Italian waffle cookie is filled with whipped espresso buttercream. Pair these with post-dinner coffee. Courtesy of In The Raw brand
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There is a lot going on in this recipe, but the mix of bananas and espresso sounds like a breakfast cookie for any coffee lover. Courtesy of In The Raw brand
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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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Pumpkin White Russian
This pumpkin cocktail recipe is the perfect blend of espresso liquor, pumpkin spice vodka, cinnamon simple syrup with a splash of milk. Enjoy this drink during a late fall afternoon.Recipe courtesy of Maria & Enzo's, Disney Springs.
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Hot Pumpkin Latte
Most of us are staying close to home these days, but this recipe from illy Master Barista Giorgio Milos proves you don't have to go to a cafe to get a pumpkin latte.Recipe courtesy of illy
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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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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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