A Keto Favorite 2 cups hot, brewed, Silver Canyon Coffee 2 tbsp. unsalted butter 2 tbsp. coconut oil 2 tbsp. whipping cream ½ tsp. vanilla extract (optional) Brew hot coffee. Measure into tall container to accommodate mixing with an immersion blender. Add other ingredients and blend for about 45 seconds. Pour and enjoy.
Easy to make on a cold morning! Makes 1 serving. ½ cup Longmont Dairy Milk ½ cup strong brewed, hot Silver Canyon Coffee 1 tablespoon chocolate syrup ¼ teaspoon almond extract Microwave milk, in a large coffee cup, until hot but not boiling. Stir in chocolate and almond extract. Whisk until mixed and foamy. Add […]
1 to 2 servings. 1 cup of Longmont Dairy Cold Brew Coffee frozen in an ice tray ½ cup Longmont Dairy 1% milk ⅓ cup mashed ripe banana 1 teaspoon vanilla extract 1 tablespoon cocoa powder 2 teaspoons granulated sugar Refrigerate two tall glasses to chill. Blend coffee ice cubes and remaining ingredients in a […]
The ratio of coffee to milk is 1 to 1. There is no foam. Brew strong, Silver Canyon medium or dark coffee. Scald milk by pouring a minimum of a half cup of milk into a heavy-bottomed sauce pan and heat on low until bubbles start to form on the edges of the milk. Do […]
Silver Canyon coffee and Longmont Dairy Chocolate Milk. Microwave ¼ cup of chocolate milk (or chocolate Pro-to-Go), in a coffee cup for about 25-30 seconds until you see small bubbles around the edge. (You have both the chocolate and milk in one convenient place!) Fill remainder of cup with hot Silver Canyon coffee. Add a dollop of […]
We have prepared a new recipe in celebration of St. Patrick’s Day, Homemade Irish Coffee. This delicious non-alcoholic recipe is an alternative to traditional Irish coffee. 1 ½ cup Longmont Dairy Whipping Cream 1 ½ cup Longmont Dairy Milk 4 Tbsp. brown sugar 2 Tbsp. unsweetened cocoa powder 1 ½ tsp. instant coffee granules 1 […]
(The name comes from the color of the coffee – that of the robe of a Capuchin monk.) Makes 6 servings. 3 cups extra strong hot coffee 2 3-inch pieces stick cinnamon 4 whole cloves 4 whole allspice Softly whipped cream Ground nutmeg Pour coffee in a chafing dish or pan. Add cinnamon, cloves and […]
(The name comes from the color of the coffee – that of the robe of a Capuchin monk.) Makes 8 servings. 3 cups hot espresso coffee 3 cups hot, scalded milk Ground cinnamon Ground nutmeg Combine coffee and milk. Pour into heated demitasse cups; sprinkle with cinnamon and nutmeg. Add some sugar to taste if […]