Javy is an innovative liquid coffee concentrate that allows you to quickly create delicious drinks at home in seconds, replacing bulky brewing equipment, messy leftover space and instant coffees with just a couple teaspoons in water or milk and drinking away!
The top javy coffee recipes are simple and delicious! Not only can they be used as beverages, but you can even use them in desserts!
Coffee Fudge Brownies
These delicious brownies make an excellent way to start the day and can even be prepared ahead of time! Coffee adds depth and keeps them moist while both granulated and confectioners sugars provide structure and sweetness for this recipe.
A high fat to flour ratio and lack of leavening create a dense, fudgy texture in this brownie batter, featuring one cup of chocolate chips that melt slightly during baking to add depth and richness. If you like an additional crunch when mixing in flour, try incorporating one cup of coarsely chopped walnuts or pecans when you do.
Bake until a toothpick inserted in the center comes out without raw batter on it (some moist fudgy crumbs are okay) and let cool before spreading with coffee frosting.
Chocolate and coffee go together like chalk and cheese! Enjoy these delectable twice baked biscotti as a treat with your morning or afternoon brew, or pair it with wine!
All-purpose flour provides the foundation of these cookies, with cocoa powder imparting their delicious chocolate taste. Instant coffee grounds add toasty coffee notes. Salt and baking powder work to balance out their sweetness.
Butter gives cookies their smooth texture and firm softness while sugar adds sweetness and enhances other flavors within.
Mix all dry ingredients in one large bowl. In another bowl, whisk the wet ingredients until well mixed; combine both mixtures with each other.
Iced Cinnamon Vanilla Cold Foam Coffee
If you love cold brew coffee with an irresistibly delicious swirl of cinnamon vanilla foam, here is the recipe to try at home using simple ingredients you likely already possess.
Cold Brew Iced Coffee: Perfect Fall Treat
This recipe for homemade vanilla sweet cream cold foam from Starbucks takes only minutes to create and will taste divine on any iced coffee, chai tea or espresso beverage! Simply combine heavy cream, milk and vanilla extract in a handheld frother until the desired thickness (though not quite whipped cream-esque) has been reached – also delicious when served hot!
Coffee Iced Lattes
Iced lattes are an excellent way to cut back on calories while enjoying an indulgent beverage – they provide less caffeine due to being diluted with more milk, making an iced latte an excellent way to do both!
Whole milk provides the optimal choice for making lattes as its creamy flavor enhances espresso without overpowering it. However, skim or almond milk are both fantastic lower calorie alternatives.
Making an iced latte doesn’t require using a milk frother; simply pour cold milk over ice and mix in homemade or store-bought coffee syrup, before topping with some whipped cream and colourful sprinkles for a refreshing, delicious treat!
Few combinations beat bitter coffee and sweet chocolate for deliciously indulgent flavors! This easy small-batch coffee brownie recipe combines them both into one sweet indulgence!
Preheat the oven to 350 F and lightly grease an 8×8 metal pan before lining it with parchment paper along the bottom and sides for fudgy coffee brownies.
Melt the unsalted butter and chocolate together using either a bain marie or microwave, stirring in sugar, vanilla extract and eggs until fully mixed in. Next add cocoa, flour and salt, before slowly mixing in coffee until fully mixed into batter.
Pour the batter into your prepared pan and bake for 28-33 minutes, until a toothpick inserted in the center comes out with moist, fudgy crumbs (use a digital kitchen scale for accurate measurements!). Allow to cool completely before slicing.