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Showing posts with label ice cream. Show all posts

How to Make Chocolate Chip Cobbler by Cleo Coyle

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Liquefied chocolate bubbles up through this baked cobbler like a Willy Wonka primordial swamp. While still warm and magnificently gooey, spoon it into bowls and serve it with ice cream or whipped cream. Now that's eating with joy!

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this recipe as a free
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~ Cleo Coyle, author of
The Coffeehouse Mysteries














Why you MUST try this IRISH WHISKEY ROOT BEER FLOAT from Cleo Coyle

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An ice cream float with whiskey? YES! The Whiskey Root Beer Float is becoming increasingly popular, and for good reason. It's astonishingly delicious, and my husband and I highly recommend it for your happy hour joy. 


While you might not think of serving a kid's ice cream float to adults at a cookout, or to dinner-party guests as an "impressive" dessert, Marc and I are about to give you good reasons to consider it.

For the recipe, scroll down or click on the "Read more" link below...


A Better No-Churn Ice Cream (No Machine Needed!) Chocolate, Coffee, and Vanilla Flavors

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"No-churn" ice cream is easy to make, takes little room in my freezer, and does not require reading appliance instructions (huzzah!). It's also economical and the way its frozen, in 9 x 5 bread loaf pans, even reminds of of the amazing gelato shops of Italy.

While many no-churn recipes exist online, they are not all equal. I experimented with the most common recipe until I found my own version--one that actually delivered an outstanding, easy-to-make, no-machine ice cream. 
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of all 3 flavors: Chocolate,
Coffee, and Vanilla.

In this post, I explain why my approach works and share directions for making Chocolate, Coffee, and Vanilla flavors.

To download all 3 ice cream recipes now in a free PDF, click here.

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May you eat and read with joy! 

~ Cleo Coyle, author of
The Coffeehouse Mysteries 

P.S.  To see my separate post on how to make No-Churn Vanilla Bean Ice Cream, which includes great tips on how to work with vanilla beans, click here

No-Churn Vanilla Bean Ice Cream (No Machine Needed!) plus Tips on How to Work with Vanilla Beans

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While vanilla extract may be convenient, vanilla beans truly bring recipes to another level, and this one is no exception. It's outstanding. 
If you've never worked with vanilla beans, no worries! My recipe includes tips (and photos) showing you how to work with them, and I link to places online where you can buy them fresh and have them delivered right to your door.











To download the recipe now in a free PDF, click here.

To keep reading this blog post, click here or on the Read More link below and eat with joy...

~ Cleo Coyle, author of The Coffeehouse Mysteries 

How to Turn Candy Canes into Pink Peppermint Syrup by Cleo Coyle

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Got candy canes? Then you can make this excellent pink peppermint syrup. It's delicious stirred into hot cocoa, coffee, and tea; drizzled over ice cream, cookies, and cupcakes; and splashed into holiday cocktails.


Cleo Coyle has a partner in
crime-writing—her husband.
Learn about their books
by clicking here and here.

Whether you're new to the Coffeehouse Mystery series or have been reading them since the first book was published (circa 2003), my husband and I extend our sincerest thanks for supporting our work. 

Enjoy the recipe, everyone, and have
a very Merry Christmas and a joyous New Year!


~ Cleo 



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as a Free PDF by clicking here.

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or clicking here...

Banana Splits for Grown-Ups with an Easy Microwave Recipe for Magic Shell Chocolate from Cleo Coyle

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Behold my "Coffeehouse" version of the classic American banana split: a fun, fast way to fancy up the famous kiddie sundae for the adult table. 

My post not only shows you how I make this beautiful "dinner service" presentation, but also gives you a recipe and tips for making your own magic shell chocolate--a great way to create chilly chocolate treats for summertime eats.
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recipe in a free PDF document.


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Eat with joy!

~ Cleo Coyle, author of
The Coffeehouse Mysteries



How to Make Chocolate Chip Cobbler by Cleo Coyle

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Liquefied chocolate bubbles up through this baked cobbler like a Willy Wonka primordial swamp. While still warm and magnificently gooey, spoon it into bowls and serve it with ice cream or whipped cream. Now that's eating with joy!

http://www.coffeehousemysteries.com/userfiles/file/ChocolateChipCobbler_CleoCoyle.pdf
Click here to download
this recipe as a free
PDF document.
To download this recipe in a free PDF, click here. To see the rest of this blog post with large, step-by-step photos, scroll down, or click here or on the read more link below.

~ Cleo Coyle, author of
The Coffeehouse Mysteries














How to Make Wet Walnuts: Easy Maple-Walnut Caramel Topping for Yogurt, Oatmeal, Baked Apples and More by Cleo Coyle

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Here is wonderfully easy way to make an amazing caramel-like syrup without the usual butter, cream, or refined white sugar that goes into traditional caramel.
 

This old fashioned Wet Walnuts topping uses pure, natural maple syrup. During the cooking process, the syrup transforms into an amazing topping for yogurt, ice cream, baked apples, oatmeal, cobblers, fruit pies, and more. Click here to instantly download a free PDF of this recipe that you can print, save, or share and...eat with joy! 

~ Cleo 


Coffeehouse Banana Split: My Grown-Up Take on a Kiddie Classic with Magic Shell Chocolate by Cleo Coyle

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Here is my "Coffeehouse" version of the American classic: a fun, fast way to fancy up the famous kiddie sundae for the adult table. 

Cleo Coyle, author of
The Coffeehouse Mysteries
Click here for a fast printable copy of the recipe or read the entire post by clicking the "Read More" link below (or scrolling down).





How to Turn Candy Canes into Peppermint Syrup by Cleo Coyle

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Got candy canes? Then you can make this excellent pink peppermint syrup. It's delicious stirred into hot cocoa, coffee, and tea; drizzled over ice cream, cookies, and cupcakes; and splashed into holiday cocktails.


Cleo Coyle has a partner in
crime-writing—her husband.
Learn about their books
by clicking here and here.

Whether you're new to the Coffeehouse Mystery series or have been reading them since the first book was published (circa 2003), my husband and I extend our sincerest thanks for supporting our work. 

Enjoy the recipe, everyone, and have
a very Merry Christmas and a joyous New Year!


~ Cleo 



You can download this recipe
as a Free PDF by clicking here.

Or see the recipe as a full blog
post by scrolling down 
or clicking here...