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The Best Homemade Snickerdoodle Coffee
Before work, you want something that will pick up your spirits. Most days it's just plain old coffee, or worse, an expensive trip to Starbucks. It's possible you want something that's a little different and does not cost you $5 for a small cup. Now, to find something that meets all those wickets, you would have to search high and low and it's possible you might still not find anything that good. It's for this reason that I am sharing my special snickerdoodle coffee recipe with you.
To all those Caffein-fiends out there: You're welcome!
This coffee took me days to perfect. My objective was to make a snickerdoodle coffee that was easy to make, cheap, and delicious. As I was going through the process, I got discouraged several times, but I stuck to it, and wow, I never knew I could make something that tastes so good. Some homemade coffees taste nasty and require a whole lot of sugar just to get down. If you are like me, then you like a little coffee with your sugar and syrup. However, with this wonderful recipe, you don't need to cover up the taste. It's perfect just the way it is.
Below I have written how to make this recipe in six easy steps. You will have a new favorite coffee recipe, that's guaranteed!
Ingredients for Snickerdoodle Coffee
Now to make this amazing pick-me-up, you will need to assemble all the ingredients so you don't have to make an extra trip to the store. I have done that plenty of times and have finally learned my lesson. So please, I am warning you, do not make the same mistake I have.
All of the ingredients you will need to make this recipe are:
- 2 rounded tablespoons of coffee grounds (this does not need to be a specific brand, though I prefer Berres Brothers)
- 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon
- 1/4 teaspoon allspice
- 3/4 teaspoon cocoa powder
- 2 drops of vanilla
NOTE: If you love a dark roast of coffee I suggest using 3 tablespoons of coffee grounds instead of 2. Beware: when I say dark roast I mean dark roast, not medium like other recipes say.
Next, you will need a coffee mug, funnel, and a coffee filter. Put the filter in the funnel and set the funnel in the coffee mug. Now mix all the ingredients except the vanilla (save that for later), in the filter. Make sure you mix all the ingredients up well in the filter, before moving on to the next step.
Step 3: Add Boiling Water
Now pour boiling water in the filter with the coffee in it and let the water drain into your cup. Keep filling the filter up with water until you get the amount of coffee you want in your mug. Be sure not to overfill your filter so you don't make a huge mess. Once all the water is out of your filter, and hopefully, in your mug, you can take your funnel and filter out of the mug and put them in the sink.
Important: Make sure your water is boiling before you pour it in the filter. If you do not pour boiling water in then you will not be brewing your coffee like you are supposed to. More importantly, you will not have a hot cup of coffee.
Next it's time to add more flavor to your coffee. Add 2 drops of vanilla into your cup of coffee. I used organic vanilla, but you can use normal if you wish. Then stir your coffee so all the ingredients get mixed well together.
You're almost done! This is the last step and then you can enjoy your very own homemade snickerdoodle coffee. Add cream and sugar to you liking. You probably only need about 1/2 tsp. of sugar, but you can use as much as you want. Also don't worry if you don't have any heaving whipping cream that is just what I prefer, you can use milk instead.
Now your final product is done, you can enjoy this cup of deliciousness with your breakfast, or just by its self. So enjoy the aroma of snickerdoodle coffee in your house, which will make everyone close their eyes and smell the air. More importantly, I hope you will enjoy this beverage as much as I did.
Don't have the time to cook?
Are you a busy bee and don't have the time to make this recipe, but you still want a snickerdoodle-flavored coffee? I have found a coffee that I thought was very good quality and tastes very good. This coffee is made by Finger Lakes Coffee Roasters. Finger Lakes is a company that sells coffee that is roasted to perfection, so you will surly enjoy this cup of coffee. Another big plus about this coffee is the prices are very good, you will surly get your money's worth.
Now you can buy their Snickerdoodle Coffee right now and have it shipped to you. So you don't have to hassle making a cup of coffee everyday from scratch. Which is fun for some people (like me) and for others they just don't have the time. So enjoy this cup of snickerdoodle coffee, that you just made an easier way.
When You Don't Have Time To Make It Yourself:
I hope you enjoyed this article as much as I did writing it. I thoroughly enjoy talking about coffee and food that you need to improve our daily lives. So, if you have any questions or comments, I would love to hear them. As I am a young budding author, constructive criticism is always appreciated—as long as it is constructive. Thank you!
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If You Have Any Questions or Comments, Leave Them Below!
Mary brown on December 22, 2018:
How could you make enough of this s ickerdoodle coffee for a pint jar
Delia on February 17, 2014:
Nice lens, love the photos and coffee recipe! I can't wait for tomorrow morning's coffee...I've got to try Snickerdoodle coffee..yummy!
tonyleather on February 01, 2014:
This sounds WAY too good not to try it!
JodeAnn on October 31, 2013:
This looks yummy! I'm going to have to try it one of these chilly mornings!
socialcx1 on October 30, 2013:
Looks ideal for those cold winter days.
Shinichi Mine from Tokyo, Japan on October 28, 2013:
This looks so good!
lesliesinclair on October 27, 2013:
oops - still have the generic new guestbook comments
lesliesinclair on October 27, 2013:
Reminds me of how I used to drink every cup of coffee - loaded with sugar and cream, without nuts.
kindlepreneur from Virginia Beach, VA on October 26, 2013:
Super Yummy! I am going to have to teach my daughter how to make this! Haha...