Autumn inspiration

In this autumn season, we want to give you some inspiration for new recipes to try out! We chose 5 recipes that bring a little bit of warmth into this chilly season. For one of these recipes we made a video with a step-by-step 'how to'!

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In this autumn season, we want to give you some inspiration for new recipes to try out! We chose 5 recipes that bring a little bit of warmth into this chilly season. For one of these recipes we made a video with a step-by-step ‘how to’! Next to this, we also summarized the trend colors of this season. Enjoy!

 

1. The Spicy Latte

What do you need: 

o 250 ml milk

o 0.5 generous teaspoon gingerbread spice mix

o 1 tbsp brown sugar

o 0.5 teaspoon of vanilla extract

o 1 cup of strong espresso

o Whipped cream (optional)

 

How to make it:

Put a small saucepan on the stove and heat the milk with the gingerbread spice mix and brown sugar until it steams, but do not let it boil. Stir frequently and make sure it doesn’t burn. When your concoction is steaming hot, remove the pan from the heat and stir in the vanilla extract. Pour the hot milk into a blender and blend until fluffy.

Pour the whipped milk into a cup and add a cup of coffee. To make it even more delicious, add whipped cream and possibly cinnamon.

 

 

2. Spanish coffee

What do you need:

o   50 ml of your favorite Spanish Licor

o   200 ml hot coffee

o   Whipped cream (amount depending on your liking)

o   Cocoa or cinnamon powder for garnish

 

How to make it:

You start off by warming up the liquor in a glass, pour strong hot coffee over it, stir and finish it with the whipped cream, cocoa or cinnamon powder.

 

 

3. Espresso Martini iced coffee

What do you need:

o   3 cl vodka

o   1 cl coffee liqueur

o   1 cl sugar syrup

o   1 cup strong espresso

o   3 coffee beans for decoration

How to make it:

Grab a cocktail glass and chill the glass by filling it with crushed ice or with a few ice cubes and water.

Using a measuring cup, pour all the ingredients, except for the espresso and coffee beans, into a shaker, step by step.

Next, add six ice cubes and then the cup of espresso.

Seal the shaker. Empty the chilled glass with ice cubes and shake firmly with the shaker for ten seconds. Finally, pour the cocktail through a cocktail strainer into the chilled glass.

 

 

4. Mexican Mocha Coffee (with video)

What do you need:

o  Strong coffee – or two shots of espresso

o  1 tablespoon of powdered sugar

o  1 tablespoon unsweetened cocoa powder

o  1/3 teaspoon cinnamon

o  1/3 teaspoon nutmeg

o  1/6 teaspoon cayenne pepper

o  30 – 50 milliliters of heated heavy cream

 

How do you make it:

Step 1: The first step for this recipe is mixing all the spices together into one cohesive mix. Once the ingredients are all mixed you can make your coffee base.

Step 2: For this recipe, you can use a double espresso or a strong coffee. It all depends on your preference, beans, roasts, and types of coffee.

Step 3: Now you can gently add the spice mix to the coffee and gently stir it.

Step 4: The last step is to add the heavy cream. Depending on your liking you can change the amount of heavy cream you add.

As a bonus, you can sprinkle some spice mix on top of the cream for a little bit of eye candy.

Check the video below for a step-by-step how to!

5. White chocolate coffee

(This recipe can also be made with dark and milk chocolate)

What do you need:

o   Half a bar of white chocolate

o   Cup of black coffee or cappuccino

o   Whipped cream

o   Cinnamon

How to make it:

Melt your white chocolate bar. Meanwhile make a cup of black coffee or a cappuccino, depending if whether you want a strong coffee flavor or not. Grab a big mug and pour a layer of melted chocolate into it. Then pour your coffee on cappuccino over this and then pour another layer of chocolate on top. Top your cup of coffee with some whipped cream and some cinnamon to make it even more delicious.

Trend colors

Every season there are different trend colors. This autumn the colors are quite colorful, but still match the autumn vibe. Which one do you prefer?

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