1. Homemade Salted Caramel Mocha
2. Maple Cinnamon Latte
If you have an extreme sweet tooth, and an affinity for candy, this cotton candy coffee will satisfy all your grown up dessert-for-breakfast fantasies. With the added jolt of espresso, this drink is unforgettable, and beautiful to make, pouring hot coffee over melting cotton candy.
3. Cotton Candy Coffee
This tastes like the most indulgent raspberry truffles, with the addition of coffee ice cream and raspberry syrup. The strong coffee cuts the fruity sweetness perfectly, and is irresistible with dark chocolate shavings on top and whipped cream.
4. Raspberry Coffee Frappe
5. Peanut Butter Banana Coffee Milkshake
This is especially tasty in the warmer months. Butterscotch topping, English toffee, and almond liqueur make this taste more like a chocolate bar than a coffee drink. Except it doesn’t have any of the toxic chemicals that fill syrups with preservatives. Also, adding butter to your coffee energizes you and is high in antioxidants.
6. Hot Buttered Toffee Coffee
You can make this recipe healthier with almond milk and stevia instead of whole milk and sugar. This drink is spiced perfectly and balances well with steamed milk, tasting like grandma’s fresh baked cookies. Molasses adds an amazing depth to this dreamy concoction.
7. Gingerbread Spice Latte
8. Chocolate Cherry Jubilee Frappe
Hazelnut always adds an incomparable flavor to coffee, whether it’s in a creamer or syrup, and Starbucks makes a famous one. But this vegan version sure stands up to it! Chocolate hazelnut butter and almond milk give the drink a nutty flavor, and the soaked dates make it taste exotic and naturally sweet.
9. Vegan Hazelnut Macchiato
S’mores are pretty hard to resist, but they’re also messy and pretty inappropriate to eat at a lot of occasions. But hide your guilty pleasure in an iced coffee and still reap all the marshmallow and chocolate goodness. With graham cracker bits sprinkled on top, it’ll be hard not to make this every day.
10. S’mores Iced Coffee
Bet you’ve never heard of this creative coffee recipe before, and it’s incredible easy to make, with only three ingredients, all throw in a blender and topped off with rich cool whip. Add coffee liqueur for a party-pleaser or a cozy night by the fire.
11. Cool Whip Frozen Coffee
This coco-mocha combination is one that has us swooning. With cold, full fat coconut milk, toasted coconut, and vanilla extract, this coffee tastes like a day in the tropics. It is worthy of whipping out to impress folks at brunch.
12. Mocha Coconut Iced Coffee
The most effort that this takes is throwing some dollops of Nutella and milk in a small saucepan – it takes the concept of a mocha to the next level. Nutella makes everything so much better.
13. Nutella Latte