Elevate The Flavors of a Mexican Coffee Pod with Fun Recipes!
For coffee connoisseurs, savoring at least one decadent brew of the day is non-negotiable. So, it comes as no surprise that more and more Americans now have a coffee maker at home to conveniently access a cup of their favorite coffee beverage.
Having easy access to a coffee machine means you can create on-demand and delicious drinks and experiment with coffee as a flavor base for your kitchen escapades.
Put your coffee machines to good use with our Mexican coffee pods, and create these top 5 recommended creations you can whip up in a jiffy:
A popular Italian dessert, affogato is an ice cream for adults that has made its way onto menus worldwide. Also known as "drowned" in Italian. A shot of hot espresso is placed on top of a scoop of vanilla ice cream or gelato if you like. Adding amaretto or any liquor of choice is typical for an extra kick.
Given the perfect blend of chocolate and coffee in our Mexican pods, you can easily convert this classic into an affogato shake. Blend everything to produce a creamy drink ideal for summer.
The frappe, a summertime favorite, is the ideal way to enjoy a cold beverage in the blazing heat. There is no reason why you can't use a shot of espresso in your recipe and turn it into a yummy Frappuccino!
Add it to a blender and process until the necessary consistency is achieved. The drink is considered a Greek invention and is commonly made from instant coffee, ice, and sugar. Play a generous barista and add a double shot to get an extra kick.
We have something for the winter too! A coffee cake is the ideal afternoon tea-time snack. Pair it with a hot cup of tea to balance the flavors. You can add a shot (or two) of espresso to the recipe instead of the traditional addition of instant coffee to the sponge recipe to give it more oomph.
Why not add fruit to the batter, like a fig and coffee crumble option, rather than serving the cake with fruit? It'll be an ideal replacement for a rich plum cake for all those festive gatherings.
A quintessential classic, espresso martinis are a prominent feature in every bar's menu. Devoted to the rich aromas of a good coffee blend, it's simple to make your own at home and much less expensive than going to a bar.
Mix 30ml espresso, 45 ml vodka, 15 ml coffee liqueur, and 15 ml sugar syrup. The conventional espresso martini gets elevated with our Mexican coffee pods, adding the best of coffee and chocolate into a party favorite. Amp it up further by adding some salted caramel for the ultimate taste.
The tiramisu, which translates as "lift me up," explains why it has grown to be a favorite among dessert fans outside of Italy. The core of the tiramisu would have to be its coffee component, which is a blend of sponge, sugar, and mascarpone, with a generous addition of liqueur. Add some dark chocolate shavings to complement the Mexican pods' chocolate and coffee base perfectly.