Coffee Ice Cubes
Why let regular ice cubes water down your iced coffee when you can keep your cold brew chilled with coffee ice cubes? Pour leftover coffee into an ice cube tray and let freeze. You’ll thank us later.
Grind your coffee using a food processor.
Don’t have a coffee grinder? No problem. Don’t let a coffee grinder get in your way of enjoying freshly-ground coffee. Your average food processor is a great alternative will grind those coffee beans up to the right consistency.
Make small batch “espresso” in your French press.
Meeting a polar bear in a parka at the park might be more likely than finding a good espresso machine at a low price. The good news is that you can make a mock espresso in your French press at home. Using finely ground coffee, steep coffee ground at 200 degrees Fahrenheit for about 1 minute. Now you have espresso without waiting in any café line.
Make bulletproof coffee.
Blend coconut oil and grass-fed butter into your cup of Joe to multiply the benefits of your coffee. Make it death-proof by using Death Wish Coffee.
Take the bitterness out of your coffee.
If you’ve left your coffee sitting out or made it too strong (no such thing), try mixing in a sprinkle of salt.
Add natural flavor to your coffee.
Sprinkle spices like cinnamon or nutmeg into your coffee grinds before brewing. Not only will it make your entire kitchen smell great while brewing, but it's an easy way to add more flavor to your coffee.
Make no-churn coffee ice cream.
Add heavy cream, condensed milk, finely ground coffee, and warm water. Mix and freeze overnight. Top it with whipped cream because you deserve it.