Mocha Smoothie | If you’re a coffee-aholic, this smoothie is for you! It uses leftover coffee to add lots of java flavor. My tip for dealing with leftover coffee—pour it into an ice cube tray and freeze. Then you have coffee cubes ready for mocha smoothies (or iced coffee) whenever you need them.
Don't throw away your leftover coffee just yet, or at least not until you check out our guide on some 7 things you can do with left over coffee. From baking to gardening, leftover coffee has many uses. Click on for the list! #leftovercoffeeuses #leftovercoffeegrounds #coffeegroundsuses #leftovercoffeeideas #coffeegroundsinthegarden #coffeegroundsDIY
This iced coffee popsicle might just replace your afternoon Starbucks run—and it takes mere minutes to whip up. All you need? Three cups of leftover brewed coffee, ¾ cup half-and-half, and ½ cup of sugar. Blend until the sugar dissolves, pour into a mold, freeze, and enjoy. PS, score that classic popsicle mold on Amazon for less than $20. (Credit: The Black Peppercorn)
When we have leftover coffee in the pot, we've been saving it in the refrigerator to make iced coffee later in the day. But we've had a cooler spell here in Seattle and we haven't much felt like iced coffee, so it was time to start thinking outside of the caffeine box. Here are 10 recipes to put that leftover coffee to good use!