Power Up: Our 5 Hottest Coffee Recipes

Aside from its obvious benefits as an early-morning boost, coffee is an incredibly versatile beverage. Everyone has their own way of making their coffee break better, whether it’s using a French press or your favorite flavored creamer. The point is that it’s fun and easy to personalize!

That’s why we called upon our favorite foodie bloggers to put a tasty twist on everyone’s favorite hot beverage. You’ll find ways to cool it down and ways to spice it up. Each of these thoughtful coffee recipes is just as easy, and just as delicious, as the next.

Coconut Cold Brew Coffee

by Laurel Morley of sweetlaurelblog.com

Laurel is a dedicated coffee recipes master! This warm weather cold brew recipe comes to life with nothing more than the addition of Hawaiian Coconut Syrup. Oh, and it’s easy, too. Making this cold brew requires no special equipment, but it does require the willingness to wait overnight for it to fully brew.

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Iced coffee with Hella Bitters

by Morgan Hinton of @foodietails

Once you’ve tried Morgan’s sweet take on the coffee break, let’s get a little bitter. We use Hella Bitters to crank the coffee up a notch, tempered by a helping of simple syrup. Not sweet enough? Spoon in just the right amount of sugar to make it perfect. You can even add alcohol if you’d like an adult version, and we suggest a shot of vodka.

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Bourbon Pecan Coffee Cocktail 

by Kristin Guy of dinexdesign.com

Let’s head down south for a brunch-worthy bourbon concoction that will beckon you to linger longer — it’s one of our favorite coffee recipes! Made with World Market Bourbon Pecan Coffee, a splash of bourbon and a spoonful of homemade whipped heavy cream, this decadent delight could be a dessert.


Cafe Brulot Cocktail

by Becky Winkler of acalculatedwhisk.com

Feelin’ hot, hot, hot! For this coffee cocktail, fresh citrus peel and whole cinnamon and cloves are combined with brandy and Grand Marnier and SET ON FIRE! This not only makes for a very dramatic event, but it infuses the blend with toasty citrus and smoky spice. It’s a critical step, and we highly recommend it if you want to make the party positively incendiary.


Pecan Coffee-Infused Old Fashioned

by Kristin Guy of dinexdesign.com

If you like your pecan pie any way you can get it, allow us to recommend this pecan-flavored favorite. Made with World Market Bourbon Pecan Coffee and a dash of Hella Bitters, this coffee concoction captures the spirit of mom’s pecan pie in every sip.

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Looking for more recipes to elevate your coffee break? Try this bitter-sweet sip or this ice-cold coconut and rum coffee cocktail.


  • Debra Daniel


    Thank you for coffee recipe, I really really like the way you explained it, Me and my family this coffee so i’m going to try this one in upcoming weekend where we set together once in a week so this will be amazing can you please tell me if i use persian saffron in it ? this will be perfect or not give me some suggestion


  • Jeanne

    I ‘m trying as much as my body can take, oh well, I guess that means no alcohol…mama Jeanne


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