We go way beyond tiramisu with our top coffee desserts. Try coffee cookies, coffee cheesecakes, affogatos and, yes, even a tiramisu or two.
Coffee lovers will line up for this rich coffee cheesecake. It’s creamy and just mildly sweet, which allows the coffee flavor to shine through. —Taste of Home Test Kitchen
Coffee Ice Cream
I combined two recipes: one for vanilla ice cream and the other for a special coffee sauce to create this homemade coffee ice cream. I serve it plain, scooped into a dessert dish, so the creamy coffee flavor can be enjoyed to the fullest. Theresa Hansen, Pensacola, Florida
White Chocolate-Cappuccino Cookies
These adorable cookies shaped like coffee cups don’t last long with my friends and family. For an even richer flavor, I use a mocha latte coffee mix. —Nancy Sousley, Lafayette, Indiana
Serve these cookies with a mug full of chocolate coffee.
Sea Salt Mint White Mocha Cookies
This recipe came from my mom’s Grandma Alice, who taught her how to bake. Grandma Alice always had a fresh plate of warm cookies on her counter. I learned some of her recipes by heart as a child, and I’ve been making these since high school. They taste like Christmas.—Kristin Bowers, Rancho Palos Verdes, California
Chocolate Cake with Coffee Frosting
I work evenings in the operating room at our local hospital. Since getting away for meals can be difficult, we occasionally plan potlucks. I’m often asked to bring the “chocolate cake with the special icing,” as everyone calls my chocolate cake with coffee frosting. —Irene Peery, Charlottesville, Virginia
Coffee Bean Bark
Chopped coffee beans add a yummy crunch to this pretty two-toned bark. Coffee lovers won’t be able to resist pieces of the chocolaty candy treat. —Anne Addesso, Sheboygan, Wisconsin
Coffee Maple Spritz
I like spritz cookies because they’re easier to make than rolled cutouts but I can still be creative with different shapes and sizes. Feel free to substitute vanilla or rum extract for the maple flavoring. —Dierdre Cox, Kansas City, Missouri
No-Bake Cappuccino Dessert
Summer gatherings call for cool coffee desserts like this one. Lots of the party invites I receive come with a request for this delicious treat. You can make it even more chocolaty by adding cocoa powder to the dry pudding mixes. —Mary Beth Desens, Fredonia, Wisconsin
Chocolate-Covered Coffee Beans
Two terrific flavors—coffee and chocolate—come together in this mouthwatering recipe from our Test Kitchen. Learn how to make chocolate-covered coffee beans to enjoy as a snack or use as a topping on your favorite mocha desserts. —Taste of Home Test Kitchen
Coffee Shop Fudge
This coffee fudge recipe is one that my son, Jackson, and I worked on together. After several efforts, we decided this version was a winner. It is smooth, creamy and has an irresistible crunch from pecans. The coffee and cinnamon blend nicely to provide subtle flavor. —Beth Osborne Skinner, Bristol, Tennessee
Mocha Nut Roll
I’ve enjoyed this dessert several times at a friend’s house, and it never ceases to be delightful. The tender, impressive cake is the ultimate indulgence for anyone who loves coffee or chocolate!—Susan Bettinger, Battle Creek, Michigan
You can probably guess that it means “iced coffee” in German, but it’s nothing like iced coffee in the States. The German version is more like a root beer float! In a glass cup, cold coffee is poured over a scoop of vanilla ice cream, then topped with whipped cream and even sprinkles. —Risa Lichtman, Portland, Oregon
Go to Recipe
Mocha-Pecan Ice Cream Bonbons
These bite-sized bonbons may sound tricky to make, but you’ll find that fashioning them is a breeze. What’s more, our cooking experts advise that you keep this recipe handy when you serve them—as soon as folks sample the treats, they’ll be asking how to make them. —Taste of Home Test Kitchen
Creamy Tiramisu Cheesecake
The Italian word “tiramisu” means “pick-me-up” and refers to a dessert of ladyfinger sponge cake dipped in coffee, embracing mascarpone cheese. Work that in with cream cheese and you have a guaranteed picker-upper that redefines a classic. —Mrs. Priscilla Gilbert, Indian Harbour Beach, Florida
Coffee ‘n’ Cream Brownies
A friend gave me the recipe for these rich cakelike brownies topped with a creamy coffee-enhanced filling and a chocolate glaze. I like to garnish each square with a coffee bean. —Michelle Tiemstra, Lacombe, Alberta
Cappuccino Mousse Trifle
This is such an easy trifle to make—and it’s one of my favorite coffee desserts of all time. I like to pipe whipped topping around the edge of the bowl, grate chocolate in the center and sprinkle with cinnamon. —Tracy Bergland, Prior Lake, Minnesota
Crispy Coffee Cookies
No matter what type of coffee you enjoy, you’ll love these crispy coffee cookies. They’re just right for dunking into your morning cuppa or cold brew. —Romane Moeller, Colorado Springs, Colorado
Brownie Mocha Trifle
By using instant pudding and a convenient box of brownie mix, there’s nothing to the preparation. The result is moist and chewy. And the layers look so pretty spooned into a glass trifle bowl. —Louise Fauth, Foremost, Alberta
Mocha Meringue Sandwich Cookies
These crisp, chewy cookies can be made any size you choose. They’re also great with a variety of fillings—try making them with fruit preserves. —Marie Valdes, Brandon, FL
Fudgy Layered Irish Mocha Brownies
My husband and I are big fans of Irish cream, so I wanted to incorporate it into a brownie. I started with my mom’s brownie recipe, then added frosting and ganache. These decadent treats are the result, and we really enjoy them! —Sue Gronholz, Beaver Dam, Wisconsin
Quick and Easy Tiramisu
No list of coffee desserts is complete without a quick and easy tiramisu! Make it ahead for added mealtime convenience. —Taste of Home Test Kitchen
Cafe Mocha Pinwheels
When my daughter was young, I made these cookies for school bake sales. Preschoolers enjoy rolling up the dough, and older kids can get in on all the steps.—Dion Frischer, Ann Arbor, Michigan
Salted Caramel Cappuccino Cheesecake
After spending years living in Seattle, I’ve become a coffee junkie! I had to relocate across the country for a time, so I created this cheesecake with the flavors of salted caramel, coffee and espresso. It lifted me up on days when I felt blue about leaving one of the world’s amazing coffee destinations. —Julie Merriman, Seattle, Washington
Mocha Hazelnut Torte
I make this cake on birthdays and other special occasions because it looks and tastes so amazing. The combination of mild hazelnut and coffee flavors is impossible to resist. —Christina Pope, Speedway, Indiana
Chocolate Espresso-Nut Torte
I love chocolate and nuts, and they come together deliciously in this torte. And the espresso powder really helps kick up the chocolate flavor. Serve it with sweetened whipped cream or your favorite ice cream. —Thomas Faglon, Somerset, New Jersey
These tiramisu cookies bring out the delicious flavors of tiramisu, sandwich-style. Pack these treats in a decorative container for an easy edible hostess gift. —Taste of Home Test Kitchen
Double Chocolate Espresso Pound Cake
Two of my biggest loves in life—chocolate and coffee—come together in this velvety pound cake. Grate some extra chocolate on top and thank me later. —Rachel Bernhard Seis, Taste of Home Senior Editor
Mocha Truffle Cheesecake
I went through a phase when I couldn’t get enough cheesecake or coffee, so I created this rich dessert. Its brownie-like crust and creamy mocha layer really hit the spot. It’s ideal for get-togethers because it can be made in advance. —Shannon Dormady, Great Falls, Montana
Cuppa Joe Caramel Cake
I get compliments on this cake wherever I take it. It is very much an adult cake, with the hit of coffee and the warmth of the brown sugar and caramel.—Leigh Doutt, Pueblo West, Colorado
Special Mocha Cupcakes
Have a splash of coffee left in your pot? Use it up in this dessert (and these coffee recipes too). Topped with a fluffy frosting and chocolate sprinkles, these extra-rich, extra-delicious cupcakes smell wonderful while baking and taste even better! —Mary Bilyeu, Ann Arbor, Michigan
This chocolate crust is excellent with a cool no-bake mocha filling. —Taste of Home Test Kitchen
Mocha Baked Alaskas
Turn this vintage treat into one of the best coffee desserts. You can make these baked Alaskas in advance and torch the completed dessert right before serving. —Kerry Dingwall, Ponte Vedra, Florida
Macadamia-Coffee Bean Cookies
Nearly anyone who loves coffee will perk up for this java-infused cookie. What hot beverage would you pair these treats with? There’s only one answer! —Kathleen Specht, Clinton, Montana
Brownie Affogato Sundaes
We can’t resist brownie sundaes. I combined an affogato (coffee-based beverage) idea with a brownie to get this decadent sundae that mixes it all in there: warm, cold, sweet and salty. —Julie Merriman, Seattle, Washington
Spiced Cappuccino Kiss Cookies
Coffee desserts can also take the shape of a classic cookie. This recipe looks like a classic kiss cookie but has the coffee flavor many crave. —Cynthia Messenger, Mount Pleasant, South Carolina
BEST FOOD TO PAIR WITH INTENSE COFFEE
When it comes to caffeine, nothing beats a great espresso. It’s the foundation of a delicious and intense cup of coffee that allows you to taste specialty coffee beans, whether it’s an espresso shot, a macchiato, an americano or a classic drip coffee.
What makes a morning cup of coffee even better? A pastry, of course. We’ve collected a handful of recommendations to make your breakfast experience even better.
The Copenhagener, also known as Tebirkes in Denmark, is a Danish puff pastry filled with marzipan and topped with poppyseeds. Light and airy, this traditional Danish treat is perfect for any time of day.
For those who prefer a classic Croissant, we have those too! These laminated dough pastries go especially well with a quick shot of espresso or macchiato when you are on the go or looking for something delicious and quick when you’re in a rush.
If you are looking for something more filling, visit us a quick and healthy breakfast. We recommend our seasonal vegan overnight oats, made with chia seeds, coconut yogurt and fresh fruits. Another option would be our smoked salmon sandwich, made with cucumber, radish, watercress, shallot & chive cream cheese on a salt & pepper roll – a filling breakfast that goes well with a strong cup of black coffee.
CLASSIC MILK COFFEES AND DANISH PASTRIES
With our careful selection of coffee beans, blends and tasting notes there are almost endless possibilities to the very much-loved the black coffee. Here we talk about the classic milk coffee variants, choose a Latte, a Cappuccino, a Cortado or a Flat White if you want more flavor of coffee in your milk coffee.
Coffee with milk goes incredibly well with pastries or cakes, and here we have selected a few that we ourselves and our customers love to enjoy together.
Our Danish pastries are a great option to choose for when it comes to coffee foods, they are freshly baked throughout the day and each of our pastries are hand-crafted. Try our vanilla spandauer, a classic Danish puff pastry filled with vanilla custard, white icing and almonds, the spandauer also comes with raspberry and is filled with raspberry marmalade for a sweet and sour sensation. If you are looking for something sweet to go with your latte or your cortado try a Gateau Marcel which is a gluten-free chocolate cake filled with a silky, smooth chocolate mousse and is a perfect match for a coffee with milk.
SWIRLS, SOCIAL AND HOT DRINKS, A PERFECT MATCH
Hot chocolate is a winner both for kids and adults, the sweet drink keeps everybody happy and it’s a great option for cold days or cozy nights. A hot chocolate is also one of the best drinks to enjoy with something sweet or savering on the site, it just makes the experience so much better for everybody. Try it with our dark chocolate marshmallow puff with whipped marshmallow, dark chocolate and a marzipan base, because who doesn’t just love marshmallow and hot chocolate?
If you are more into tea – don’t worry we got you. We have always stock a huge variety of different tea tastes, whether you want a Sencha green tea, peppermint, lemon grass & ginger, a herb harmony tea or just a classic ear grey. If you are more of a tea connoisseur we also do nine spice fresh chai and honey tea, a chamellia chai spice and a favorite of ours; the matcha green tea latte.
Tea and cake is also a classic comb, and we would very much recommend to pair your tea of choice with our home-made and hand-crafted Danish pastries, like our Cinnamon Social™ which is a soft dough pastry with vanilla custard cinnamon filling and white icing, we also have this taste in a cinnamon swirl, you should also try our chocolate swirl with also is a Danish puff pastry with a shortcrust base, chocolate filling, and chocolate icing, the cake is very loved all around Scandinavia.
TRY OUR CHRISTMAS MENU
Christmas is soon upon us all, and we at Ole & Steen think it’s a fantastic holiday that brings together families around happiness and where good food is obligatory. Therefore we have been working around the clock at our bakeries to develop new pastries that suit this cold yet beautiful holiday season.
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GibraltarGibraltarOur Gibraltars are about equal parts espresso to milk. A double shot of espresso is added to the glass. Then we pour about 2oz of steamed milk directly into it. Very similar to a “Cortado” which translates to “cut” in Spanish. This drink is a delicious smaller-sized beverage that is perfect for those who love a perfect balance of espresso to milk. TRY ONE TODAY
CappuccinoCappuccinoOur Cappuccinos are a little bit more milk than espresso. A double shot of espresso is added to a ceramic cup. Then we pour about 6 oz of steamed milk directly into the cup.Our most popular espresso drink. A creamy and smooth textured beverage. We love making these; they are the perfect treat! TRY ONE TODAY
MochaMochaOur Mochas are similar to our Lattes but with chocolate! A double shot of espresso with 1.5 oz of chocolate is added to a ceramic cup. Then we pour about 8.5 oz of steamed milk directly into the cup. Top it off with our house-made whip cream (optional but definitely recommended).Our mochas are a delicious must-have treat! We make our chocolate syrup in-house with Mexican Hot Chocolate. A perfectly balanced chocolate sweetness to the coffee. It’s a drink made to smile.TRY ONE TODAY
LatteLatteOur Lattes have a larger milk-to-espresso ratio. A double shot of espresso is added to a ceramic cup. Then we pour about 10 oz of milk directly into the cup. Perfect for those who love a more subtle coffee flavor. This drink pairs great with our signature syrups!TRY ONE TODAY
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Founded in 2007 in Jacksonville, Florida, Bold Bean Coffee Roasters was started on the idea coffee can and should be inspirational. We believe that when done right, coffee should increase the quality of life for those consuming it and be sustainable for all of those in the production chain. We were first drawn to coffee by the idea of continuous learning and the never-ending quest for perfection and were further drawn to it when we realized its potential for making people happy.
Since the beginning, we have been focused on providing differentiated, specialty coffees and intentional service to Jacksonville and beyond. We focus on building relationships, throughout our supply chain which are highlighted by mutual respect and understanding as well as economic and environmental sustainability. This model of doing business allows us to source the best coffees available, roast them precisely and deliver them to our customers at the peak of freshness. We believe that great coffee can be experiential and, if approached properly, that it can be the catalyst for positive, local and cross-national change.
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There are now a ton of coffee shops in the area and I spread my business around some as different places do different things better or I’ll just stop on my way past one or another, but today as I was drinking a latte from Rabble & Lion I realized that it is certainly my favorite one in the area.
One of the best monkey breads in my experience. I’m not a regular coffee drinker anymore, and I really liked my beverage—with oat milk. It’s a cool, small, efficient space with a crowd-pleasing selection of vinyls for sale, and growing. With windows, and facade facing South West direction, the late morning sunlight fills the space very beautifully.
My daughter and son-in-law live in Jersey City and are coffee aficionados. They know I love coffee and brought some for Thanksgiving. We just tried the Papua New Guinea and it is amazing. We have not tried the other two blends they brought with them to Boston but tomorrow morning should definitely be a treat. Much to give thanks for.