Do you ever make a cup of iced coffee, add ice and by the time you get halfway down the cup, it's basically murky water and cream? It's never fun to take the time to make delicious cold brew and have it ruined by melting ice cubes. However, I also really love ice and have a tendency to load any glass I have with ice. So, I decided to try to make some coffee ice cubes and well, something tells me I'll be doing that alllll summer long!
We’ve seen the headlines. Over and over there have been studies published recently about holiday stress and the cost of creating a magical holiday. The very last thing I would ever want is to hear that the holidays are anything less than beautiful for you, so today I’m going to talk about five easy, quick ways you can continue to practice self-care this season.
Fall is here and if you’re anything like me, you’re already trying to insert pumpkin and caramel into everything you consume. Thankfully, Crooks + ...
If you've spent any time around the Crooks + Coffee community, you'd pretty quickly hear a strong fan club for the beloved Highlander Grogg flavor. It's a wonderful mix of butterscotch, caramel and vanilla. You can easily drink it black or mix in cream for an extra decadent cup of coffee. So, that got me thinking, if this coffee is the perfect mix of sweet, wouldn't it also make the perfect dessert? So I decided to grab my favorite cookie in a mug recipe from another blogger, Number 2 Pencil, and adapt it to the Highlander Grogg flavors!
As coffee lovers, there’s something we always have in our kitchen every single day: used coffee grounds. If you’ve been tossing them in the garbage every day or use some for compost, but don’t know what to do with the rest, I have a whole heap of ideas for recycling those grounds today from beauty products to garden maintenance.
This week we have a guest post by Melanie Warner Spencer, enjoy and be sure to check more info and links on where to find her at the bottom! We all...
So, I decided to try to make our own popsicles! I still had one packet of Pink Lemonade left from the Crooks + Coffee Lemonade and Tea Taster Pack, so I decided to see what I could come up with that. This simple recipe resulted in a creamy yogurt popsicle that both I and the two five-year-olds who were in my house enjoyed.
If there's a single drink that conveys summer, I am almost positive that has to be lemonade. Something about lemonade immediately gives me feelings of sunshine, laughter and fun. So, when I found out that Dianna was releasing a summer drink mix pack to the Crooks + Coffee lineup, I knew I was going to be first in line and snag mine. If you haven't checked them out yet, be sure to hop over to the Summer Drink Mix pack and check them out! Just like the taster and sampler packs, this pack ship for free (and I'm positive free shipping are two of my favorite words of all ti
For starters, you need a high-quality coffee. Most of the time, I use my Crooks and Coffee Columbian Whole Bean Coffee. I like using whole bean because I can prep the beans to a coarse grind. The Columbian is a great base because the rich, smooth flavor is strong and enjoyable by itself or easily mixes with many flavors for add ins. Side note: I do also use the flavored coffees that come in grounds for my cold brew. The grind that they arrive in will also work well in my cold brew press.