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Beverages are the area where I am the least creative. I am frequently unsure of what will go with what, so I don’t do a lot of creating in the beverage department. The folks at Eight O’Clock Coffee have shared a recipe for Chocolate Cherry Coffee that I’d like to share with you. My Mom loves chocolate covered cherries so this one will be right up her alley.
Impress your sweetie this Valentine’s Day with a sweet indulgence—a gourmet coffee drink you can make for breakfast in bed or a dessert delight. America’s Original Gourmet Coffee introduces their new Chocolate Cherry Coffee recipe, with swirls of creamy chocolate and tart cherry to tickle the taste buds. This recipe can be made with a traditional coffee brewer or a Keurig® brewer, making it easy to brew a coffeehouse-worthy creation.
Chocolate Cherry Eight O’Clock Coffee
- 1 rounded tbsp Eight O’Clock Coffee Original or Colombian Coffee per 6 oz cup (for brewing) OR
- 1 Eight O’Clock Coffee Original or Colombian Keurig® K-cup pack
- 2 chocolate covered cherry candies (such as Cella’s)
- Whipped cream and maraschino cherry (optional)
Place the chocolate covered cherry candies at the bottom of the mug. Pour freshly brewed coffee from pot over candies, or, if using a Keurig® brewer, brew coffee over candies, and stir until chocolate has melted. Cream or milk is optional as this gets sweet and creamy all on its own. Top with whipped cream and a cherry for an added touch.
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