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Caffeine Fix: 7 Delicious Coffee Desserts for National Coffee Day

Coffee Desserts for National Coffee Day

With National Coffee Day on the horizon it is time to pay homage to our favorite beverage in dessert form. We all love coffee in the morning, sometimes we even cook with whatever is leftover in the pot, but what about dessert? Seriously, coffee can add some awesome flavor to dessert. Adding it to chocolate makes mocha, regular coffee can be used to flavor ladyfingers, and even something simple like espresso poured over vanilla ice cream becomes a treat. Here are seven delicious coffee desserts that are perfect for celebrating National Coffee Day!

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  • Affogato 1 of 9
    Affogato
    Perhaps one of the simplest and most delicious coffee desserts, this Italian classic is vanilla ice cream drowned in espresso. It is a sophisticated dessert and is the perfect treat after a long day.
    Make Affogato
  • Coffee Donut Bread Pudding 2 of 9
    Coffee Donut Bread Pudding
    Bread pudding is a terrific warm, fall dessert. Give it a coffee twist by using the leftover coffee in your coffee maker. Enjoy it for dessert with whipped cream, or even the next day for breakfast with a drizzle of maple syrup.
    Make coffee donut bread pudding
  • Coffee Milkshake 3 of 9
    Coffee Milkshake
    Don't be mistaken, this is not a frozen coffee. This, my friends, is an awesome milkshake. It is the perfect drinkable coffee dessert that even makes a great afternoon snack.
    Make coffee milkshake
  • Tiramisu 4 of 9
    Tiramisu
    Perhaps one of my favorite desserts, tiramisu is an awesome Italian dessert that contains hints of coffee, cocoa powder, and whipped mascarpone. Best of all, this sophisticated dsih is fancy enough for a dinner party or casual enough for everyday.
    Make tiramisu
  • Mocha Chocolate Chip Brownie Tarts 5 of 9
    Mocha Chocolate Chip Brownie Tarts
    How do you improve upon brownies? Add espresso powder! These tasty mocha treats are delicious for adults and taste amazing serving warm with a scoop of vanilla ice cream.
    Make mocha chocolate chip brownie tarts
  • Mocha Hot Fudge 6 of 9
    Mocha Hot Fudge
    Want to give your hot fudge a sophisticated twist? Add coffee and make it mocha. Serve it over ice cream or drizzled over cheesecake for an instant coffee update.
    Make mocha hot fudge
  • Mocha Chocolate Chip Cookies 7 of 9
    Mocha Chocolate Chip Cookies
    Everyday chocolate chip cookies get an upgrade with the addition of some finely ground coffee beans. You'll love these amazing caffeinated treats, just be sure not to give them to the kids!
    Make mocha chocolate chip cookies
  • Mocha Almond Super Fudge Brownies 8 of 9
    Mocha Almond Super Fudge Brownies
    Sometimes there is nothing quite like a super fudge brownie to hit the spot. These decadent fudgie treats are the perfect grown-up treat with a cup of coffee in the afternoon.
    Make mocha almond super fudge brownies
  • Espresso Creme Brulee 9 of 9
    Espresso Creme Brulee
    Looking for the perfect coffee flavored dessert that is fancy enough for a dinner party? Check out this totally awesome creme brulee is just the thing.
    Make espresso creme bruilee

 

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