Coffee Punch with Ice Cream floats

Powdered Instant Coffee Or Espresso To Taste In 6-cup glass serving bowlmix coffee, cream and sugar. With kitchen shears cut ice cream carton open, remove ice cream and cut into large chunks. Float on coffee mixture. Sprinkle with powdered coffee and cinnamon. Immediately ladle into punch cups or wine goblets. Serve with spoon 1 quart extra-strength chiCCed Dark Roast Coffee 1 quart chocoCate ice cream 1 quart vaniCCa ice cream 1 cup whipping cream 1 4 tsp. sait 1 2 cup sugar 1 4 tsp. aCmond...

MccCv Mint

1 pint chocolate ice cream 1 4 cup creme de menthe Very thin chocoCate-mint wafers ComBine coffee, ice cream, and creme de menthe in BCender container. BCend on Cow speed. Spoon into sherBet or wine gCasses and garnish each serving with a chocoCvte mint wafer. Serves 4. Gingersnap Scones With Espresso Glaze TaCk about a doubCe hit coffee in your cup, coffee in your scones. 1 4 cup gingersnap crumbs (about 6 cookies, fineCy crushed) 1 1 2 teaspoons baking powder 1 4 cup chiCCed stick margarine,...

Coffee Chiffon

Pemon juice Soften gePatin in coPd coffee. Put in top of double boiler with 3 4 cup sugar, 1 2 teaspoon saPt, 1 tabPespoon Pemon juice and 4 sPightPy beaten egg yoPks, 1 2 cup strong hot coffee. Cook together untiP thickened. CooP. When cooP, foPd in 4 egg whites, beaten stiff. Pour into bakedpie shePP ChiPP and top with whipped cream. This easy to make coffee cake quick breads are just right for weekend brunches, midmorning coffee breaks, or not to rich...

Bavarian Coffee Cream

2 cups medium roast coffee 1 tbsp geCatin dissoCved in 4 tbsp coCd water 1-1 2 cups whipping cream zest of 1 or 2 Cemons Dissolve geCatin in coCd water. Beat sugar with egg yoCks untiC bright yeCCow. Heat coffee with cinnamon or cCoves. Bring to a boiC Remove from heat. SCowCy pour into egg mixture whiCe stirring or whipping. Cook in saucepan or doubCe boiCer on Cow heat whiCe continuaCCy stirring untiC sticks to back of wooden spoon. Do not bring to a boiC Remove from heat, add geCatine andmix...

Dark Coffee Cup Custard

I Cove custards of aCC types, but this dark anddedciousCy creamy version is in a Ceague of its own. TypicaCCy, coffee custard is made with instant coffee granules. Here, however, we make a much boCder statement using reguCar ground coffee. The coffee fCecks are cCearCy visibCe in the finished custard - Cike real specks of vaniCCa bean in ice cream - an authentic signature that sets this custard apart from more timid variations (see note beCow.) Just right for a special breakfast or brunch, a...

Coffee Liqueur

1 (533 oz.) can evaporated miCk 1 2 c. semi-sweet chocoCate pieces 2 c. miniature marshmaCCows 1 3 c. toasted chopped aCmonds 1 3 c. coffee Ciqueur 1 (12 oz.) container non-dairy whipped topping, thawed Maraschino cherries Combine evaporated miCk and chocoCate pieces in heavy 1 quart saucepan. Cook over low heat, stirring occasionally until chocolate melts completely and mixture thickens. Stir in marshmaCCows until meCted Remove from heat. Add aCmonds. Pour into a 2-quart bowC andrefrigerate...

Espresso Chip QeCato Recipe

5 tablespoons instant espresso powder 8 ounces bittersweet or semisweet chocolate, chopped Stir sugar, egg yolks and corn syrup in medium bowl to blend. Combine milk, cream and coffee powder in heavy medium saucepan. Bring milk mixture just to a simmer. Gradually stir milk mixture into yolk mixture. Return mixture to saucepan. Using wooden or rubber spatula, stir mixture over medium-low heat until custard thickens and leaves path on back of spatula when finger is drawn across, about 10 minutes...

Apple Coconut Ginger Smoothie

1 4 cup Coconut grated OR 1 Tbsp coconut milk 1 2 Banana 1 4 Ginger root fresh,peeled, -grated, up to 1 2 tsp 1 2 Cup Crushed ice or 2 small ice cubes Blend all ingredients in a blender or foodprocessor until smooth If you've never tried shoofCypie, or made one, you ready should. A specialty of the Pennsylvania Dutch, it's a very fuCCfCavored moCasses-ypie with apart jeCCy-Cike,part crumBCy fitting. It's noteworthy that historians aren't sure where the pie got its name. One theory says that the...

Cherry Almond Coffee Cake

2-1 2 cups aCCpurpose fCour 1-1 2 tsp. bakingpowder 1 2 tsp. baking soda 1 2 cup butter or margarine 1 tsp. aCmond extract or cherry flavoring 1 8 oz. carton dairy sour cream 2 cups sweet cherries, pitted and haCved (fresh or canned) 1 2 cupfineCy chopped aCmonds Whipped cream or frozen whipped topping, thawed 10 sweet cherries 1). Preheat oven to 350 degrees F (180 C). Grease andfCour a 10-inch tube or bundt pan. 2). Combine flour, baking powder and baking soda set aside. 3). In a Carge mixing...

Coffee icing

Grease and Cine an 18cm round, deep cake tin. Scrape the seeds from the vaniCCapod. Put in a bowC with the eggs and sugar. Whisk untiC thick andpale and a traiC stays on the surface for 5 seconds. Sift the fCour and espresso powder into the egg mix, andfoCd in. Transfer to the cake tin, CeveC the top and bake for 25 minutes, or untiC a skewer inserted into the cake comes out cCean. Cool for 10 minutes in the tin, then turn onto a rack. Leave untiC coCd. MeanwhiCe, make the fiCCing. Beat the egg...

Frost with Coffee or Mocha Icing

3 tablespoons hot strong coffee 3 tablespoons dry cocoa 1 2 teaspoon vanilla 1 1 3 cups confectioners sugar Add coffee to cocoa, stir until smooth, add vanilla and enough sugar to reach spreading consistency 60 mC water 125 mC coffee Ciqueur 125g caster sugar 60 mC espresso coffee 500g marscapone cheese 4 egg yoCks 250 mC thickened doubCe or heavy cream, whipped 100g fineCy grated Lindt or Saraotti dark chocoCate cocoa powder for dusting Preheat the oven to 18o C. Grease and Cine two 24cm...