I have a thing for creating ice cubes that are not actually ice cubes. And considering the fact that coffee basically streams through my veins, I was over-the-moon about these yummy Coffee Cubes that I will be making all the time to..Read More
When a recipe turns out better than you could have ever imagined you add it to every summer party menu!
This post is a part of a Foodbuzz Tastemaker program with Godiva Coffee. I was honored to be asked to sample this amazing product! When I opened up the box I received in the mail, I instantly began salivating upon reading "Chocolate Truffle" on the packaging. Chocolate Truffle-flavored coffee? Are you kidding?! My mind started swimming as I pondered what I should create. I decided upon a summer-themed drink, as I cherish the summer-time so very much. It turned out to be tastier than I could have imagined. I plan to make this very recipe again soon and serve it as dessert to guests.
Start by purchasing a 12-ounce bag of ground Godiva Chocolate Truffle Coffee.
The following makes enough for one serving, so adjust according to number of servings.
Brew 4 ounces of coffee and allow it to cool to room temperature. Pour the coffee into a large mug or coffee glass.
In a microwave-safe bowl, heat 2 teaspoons of raspberry preserves, to soften. Mix the softened preserves in with the cooled coffee.
Add 2 scoops of vanilla ice cream to the mug/glass and top with fresh raspberries.
I have in my hands two $2 off (any 12-oz. bag of Godiva Coffee) coupons to send to the first two interested parties to contact me (use contact button at top of page). Send me your mailing address and I will put them in the mail!
To keep in theme and we all know how much I love coffee. Coffee Cubes are easy to make and they add an extra zing to cold coffee! These go great with Cold Brew!