Fall is in the air and that means one thing…it’s time to start making fall coffee recipes. The cool breeze is blowing, the leaves are starting to change color and the days are starting to shorten.
Time to pull your sweaters out of storage and take long walks through the park, enjoying the way the air feels on your face. The cold winter days aren’t here yet so enjoy this season and all of the fall coffee drinks, and some treats, that I’m going to be sharing with you.
A Brief History of Coffee
Coffee dates back to the late 15th century. Being exported from Ethiopia to Yemen, by Somali merchants, it moved its way to Saudi Arabia. And by the early 16th century, it had migrated to the rest of Asia, Persia, Turkey, India, Northern Africa, the Middle East, and then Europe. The word coffee was finally introduced into the English language in 1582 via the Dutch word Koffie and there you have it, folks, now we have our modern-day java.
I could go on to tell you more stories of coffee and coffee history but I’m going to focus on fall coffee recipes…all things coffee so to speak.
Coffee on the mind
What comes to mind when you think about fall coffee recipes. Is it just Starbucks, Duncan Donuts, or even Tim Horton’s? Or is it everything that coffee is and what you can make with it? Today I’m going to talk about it all. Everything from coffee to coffee cake to creamer to coffee muffins…I think you get the idea. So let’s get started, folks. Off to the races we go. It’s time for fall coffee drinks!
Fall Coffee Recipes
This first recipe that falls into to the fall coffee drinks category is a tasty whipped coffee that originates from Korea. Whipped to perfection, the Dalgona cloud coffee will make you see coffee from a different perspective. It will tantalize your tastebuds and provide you with your coffee satisfaction without being too overpowering.
Now, take that Dalgona coffee and add a little kick to it. Spiked to perfection this ultimate fall coffee recipe will make you soar to new heights, so to speak, and make you dream of a time that was forever embedded in your mind!
Fall coffee recipes definitely deserve to have a creamer included in them and this creamer is da bomb (as my son always says). Pumpkin spice is the flavor of fall and it makes your morning coffee so much better!
Another pumpkin-flavored fall coffee recipe is this oh, so tasty, pumpkin spice coffee cake. An all-time fall favorite in my home, I get requests for it all the time. So much so that sometimes I have to put my foot down and just say “no”….although I always end up giving in and making it because I love them so much.
While rhubarb isn’t necessarily a fall dessert, this rhubarb coffee cake still falls nicely into the fall coffee recipes category. Topped with a cinnamon crumb, it will make you dance the dance of a thousand dances without tiring, it gives you so much energy.
Who doesn’t love cinnamon?? And cinnamon to coffee and you’ve got a definite winner. Perfect for our fall coffee recipes list, this most delicious cake will take your baking to the next level.
This next coffee cake includes moist, delicious peaches. Peaches and cream good I’d say. A perfect choice for your fall coffee recipes bucket list. I promise you won’t be disappointed when you try it!
From cake onto muffins. Caramel coffee cake muffins in fact! What fall coffee recipes list would be complete without the addition of something ooey, gooey in the middle?? These muffins are so sweet and tasty that it will be hard to keep them around once you make them.
Besides being the perfect morning companion to your cup of java, these coffee doughnut muffins, can satisfy that coffee yearn when you don’t want all that caffeine but still want that fall coffee recipes fix. Phenomenally made, they will blow your mind and make you happier than a child in a candy store!
So Many Fall Coffee Recipes
So now I’ve come to the end of our fall coffee recipes post. Not what you first thought of when you saw the title is it? But instead, it turned out to be something different, something better, something multi-dimensional, if I dare say so myself.
My hope is that you’ve found a recipe or two (or three) that you want to try and make your own. Ken and I would love to hear your feedback on any of these delicious fall coffee recipes so please feel free to drop us a note. Take care, be well, and may all the goodness of the world be upon you!