Coffee dessert

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This is a crowd favorite mini coffee cheesecake recipe that you’ll use over and over! The whole recipe is only 7 ingredients and you make it in a regular size muffin pan! Plus, you can do an oreo crust or graham cracker crust for these mini espresso cheesecakes. #minicheesecake #coffeecheesecake #minicoffeecheesecake #espressocheesecake #mochacheesecake Mocha Cheesecake, Mini Cheesecake Recipes, Cupcake Recipes, Cheescake, Cheesecake Cupcakes Recipe, Cheesecake Muffins, Oreo Recipes, Raspberry Cheesecake, Chocolate Cheesecake

This is a crowd favorite mini coffee cheesecakes recipe that you’ll use over and over! The whole recipe is only 7 ingredients and you make it in a regular size muffin pan! Plus, you can do an oreo crust or graham cracker crust for these mini espresso cheesecakes.

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Erin Early
Coffee Desserts Recipes, Sweets Desserts, Dessert Recipes Easy, Sweet Recipes, Delicious Desserts, Yummy Food, Coffee Deserts, Tasty Recipes Videos, Super Easy Desserts

Have you ever thought to eat your cup of coffee as a dessert? This delicious and super easy Coffee Dessert Pudding is the perfect combination of an irresistible dessert and a true cup of coffee!It's made with a coffee pudding (no gelatine or agar agar, it's just made on the stovetop with cornstarch) topped with a whipped fluffy coffee mousse made with only 3 ingredients: water, sugar and instant coffee powder.The coffe mousse on top is inspired by the popular Dalgona Coffee, but it's more…

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Stephanie Hughes
Coffee Caramel Panna Cotta - David Lebovitz Sandwiches, Coffee, Baking, Desserts, Drinking, Caramel Coffee, Chocolate Shavings, Espresso Powder, Caramel

If you want a fuller caramel flavor, use the 3/4 cup (150g) of sugar to caramelize in step 2. The caramel flavor will be a bit more pronounced than the coffee flavor but I tried it both ways and like it, for different reasons. And you can use lowfat milk rather than whole milk, although it'll be less-smooth, but I wouldn't call this an overly rich dessert. It goes without saying that the stronger the espresso, the more forceful the coffee flavor will be. I tried it with a few long (allongé…

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Sandra Vaughan Baker