What is the best coffee dessert? Coffee is satisfying at the end of a meal, which is also true for desserts as well. Why then not combine the two at the end of your meal? The good news is that it is possible to combine them and have a satisfying experience at the end of your meals. Now without much further ado, let’s have a look at some of the best coffee desserts you may want to try.
Mint Coffee Pretzels
At first glance, mint coffee pretzel will make you salivate. This coffee dessert is tantalizing and guarantees a satisfying experience at the end of your meal.
To prepare, buy large pretzels and a bag of semi-sweet chocolate chips. You can buy any brand you prefer. There is no restriction.
Now when you are at it, get some mint syrup and granulated coffee. Go ahead and mix syrup and drop of green food into a basic icing. This makes sure you get a nice drizzle. Now melt the chocolate and roll the pretzels around in it.
You are almost done, what is left is placing pretzels on some parchment paper on a cookie sheet and using a honey spoon, drizzle the mint icing across the pretzels and freeze them.
Once there are out of the freezer, allow them to hit room temperature. Your mint coffee pretzels are now ready to serve.
Raspberry Coffee Roll
This is yet another coffee dessert you will love. It is very simple to prepare. Just find your favorite cake base, make a super-thin cake while adjusting temperature and timing accordingly, and then lay it down.
Now take granulated coffee, raspberry preserves, stovetop caramel sauce, cinnamon and layer them on the cake.
Just let it cool to room temperature, and there you have your coffee dessert ready to serve.
Triple Mocha Cheesecake
First, in our list is mocha cheesecake. This is one of the desserts that will ruin your entire life. But of course, in a positive way. The cheese crème, chocolate chip filling, and coffee make sure you get absolute tons of sweetness while keeping a glorious crust on the outside.
You can create a tantalizing crust that holds the filling perfectly using a hint of butter, coffee granules, and devil’s food cake mix. Not to mention that you can top off with a sprinkling of cinnamon and confectioner’s sugar.
Coffee Chocolate Cheesecake
Make The Crust With:
Box of chocolate wafer cookies, crushed; 2 tablespoons sugar; 2 teaspoons instant espresso powder or instant coffee powder; 3 ounces semisweet chocolate, chopped; 6 tablespoons unsalted butter, melted, hot;
Blend until moist crumbs form. Press crumbs onto bottom and up sides of 9-inch-diameter springform pan with 2 3/4-inch-high sides.
Make The Filling With:
4 8-ounce packages cream cheese, room temperature; 1 1/4 cups sugar; 1/4 cup coffee liqueur; 3 tablespoons instant espresso powder; 1 tablespoon vanilla extract; 4 large eggs; 6 ounces semisweet chocolate, chopped;
Dissolve the espresso powder into the liqueur. Mix in vanilla. Add to cheese and sugar mixture and beat until smooth. Add eggs 1 at a time and beat. Pour filling into 2 bowls, dividing evenly. Melt chocolate in top of double broiler over simmering water, stirring until smooth. Stir chocolate into filling in one bowl. Pour coffee filling into crust. Bake until partially set and crust forms on filling, about 25 minutes. Carefully spoon chocolate filling over coffee filling. Bake cheesecake until set on edges but center 2 inches still move slightly when pan is shaken, about 30 minutes.
Top The Cake With:
1 1/4 cups sour cream; 3 tablespoons sugar; 2 teaspoons instant espresso powder or instant coffee powder;
Mix all ingredients in bowl. Press down on edges of cheesecake to even. Spoon topping over cheesecake. Bake 10 minutes. Transfer cheesecake to rack. Run a small sharp knife around crust sides. Cool completely and cover and chill overnight.
Coffee Bread Pudding
This is yet another tantalizing and easy to prepare coffee dessert. Here is what you do to prepare this dessert at home.
Get some bread and break it up into small pieces before placing them on a pan (preferably 8*8 pan).
Whip up a simple caramel sauce on the stove, add some toffee-flavored coffee syrup, and pour it in without mixing anything up.
Now toss some coffee granules on top to complete the dish.
Bake it at a low temperature. Baking at low temperatures makes sure your coffee bread pudding stays nice and soft. Once it cool, proceed and make your first bite.
You can take your creativity to another level when preparing this coffee dessert, especially depending on the bread you pick.
Sea Salt Caramel Coffee Cookies
We all love cookies; do you like them? Preparing sea salt caramel coffee cookies is very easier. Yes, salt with coffee does work. You simply use any recipe to whip up a butter cookie batter, which consists of flour, sugar, salt, brown sugar, baking soda, and eggs.
Note you have the freedom to add any item you feel will transform a dull cookie into something attractive and more delicious to your recipe.
Now toss some coffee granules, caramel chips and a sprinkling of sea salt on top before they go in the oven.
Once out of the oven, let them cool. Enjoy!
Caramel Catastrophe Brownies
Craving for a truly yummy coffee dessert? Caramel catastrophe brownies will leave you more satisfied. The process of making them is very simple. You can take the easy route where you pick a basic brownie and mix off the shelf to start. Get some chocolate chips, and the ingredients to make a simple caramel sauce.
Alternatively, make some brownies as instructed on the box and then drizzle half of the caramel and toffee sauce on top.
Now using a butter knife, start swirling without scraping down to the bottom. Remember to add coffee granules before baking.
After baking, it is time to get messy. Did we not say this coffee dessert is a messy dish? Sorry if we did not prepare you for this in advance. Ready?
Now take the other half of that caramel sauce you were saving, and just pour it on top with no regard, once it’s cooled to room temperature.
There you have your coffee dessert. Is it not truly delicious!
Ultra Coffee Chip Bonbons
Ultra coffee chip bonbons will make you salivate at first glance. There are truly yummy. The best part about them is that they are easy to make. Here is what you do.
Get a tub of your favorite brand of coffee ice cream, preferably without swirls or added flavors in it.
Get Ghirardelli dark chocolate chips, and melt them in a bowl in the microwave.
Get a cookie sheet and layer it with parchment paper.
Scoop out cookie dough-sized ball of ice cream, and roll it in your palms like Playdough until it’s a perfect ball.
Drop it in the melted chocolate and roll it for about 2-3 seconds to coat it evenly, then use a spoon to scoop it out and drop it on the pan. Freeze, eat, repeat.
Mocha Mini Cupcakes
The sweetness these coffee desserts promise is equivalent to none. They are not only sweet but also bring on a strong coffee flavor. Here is what you do:
Whip up a fudge mousse and sit it to the side, and find a devil’s food cake mix that you enjoy. You can take a shortcut and just use a boxed mix, and it will still do the trick just fine.
In your cupcake tin, layer the bottom with a sprinkling of coffee granules, layer in the cake mix, and drop a dollop of the fudge mousse on top.
Bake these in the oven, top them with whipped cream and a dash of cinnamon, and keep them refrigerated. It is going to be a fan favorite for sure.
Caffeine Angel Cake
This is one of the simplest coffee desserts to prepare. Just get an angel food cake mix, blend it up, and put it into a bundt pan.
Once done, put a few white chocolate chips, some coffee granules, and a shot of espresso.
Now melt it together using the heat of the fresh espresso.
If it is a bit thin, then add a quarter cup of chocolate chips at a time until it thickens. Slather it on the cake, and there you have it.
Toffee Ice Cream Topping
1/3 cup water
3 teaspoons instant espresso powder
1 1/2 cups sugar
3/4 cup whipping cream
chocolate-covered English toffee bars, coarsely chopped;
Stir 2 tablespoons water and espresso powder in small bowl until espresso powder dissolves. Combine 1/3 cup water and sugar in heavy medium saucepan. Stir over medium heat until sugar dissolves. Boil without stirring until syrup turns deep yellow, about 7 minutes. Remove from heat. Add cream and espresso mixture (mixture will bubble vigorously). Return to medium heat and stir until any caramel bits dissolve, about 2 minutes. Cool sauce to thicken, about 15 minutes. Top your ice cream with sauce and toffee, dividing equally.
What do you think about these coffee desserts? They are tantalizing and easy to prepare. Why not get that apron on and get started with that coffee dessert that made you salivate more? We are sure there is that one coffee dessert that really enticed you. Try it as well as other desserts and remember to share your experience.