Coffee-Rubbed Tri-tip with Gremolata Green Beans
Tired of the same old when it comes to meat? Rub your roast with a coffee mixture for top-notch taste.
Recipe: Try our Coffee-Rubbed Tri-tip with Gremolata Green Beans
No-Bake Tiramisu Balls
With instant espresso powder and coffee liqueur, this is the easiest way to enjoy tiramisu. Refrigerate in an airtight container so they last for a bit, or, eat immediately after making. Either works.
Recipe: Try our No-Bake Tiramisu Balls
This is not your grandma's brisket recipe. With cardamom and coffee (duh), and a 3-4 hour cook time, your kitchen will smell absolutely amazing.
Recipe: Try our Coffee-Braised Brisket
Coffee-Marshmallow Crispies with Chocolate, Cherries & Almonds
The adult version of your fave childhood snack involves ground coffee, dried cherries, and roasted almonds—plus a healthy portion of marshmallows, of course!
Recipe: Try our Coffee-Marshmallow Crispies with Chocolate, Cherries & Almonds
Coffee Ice Cream Pie
Ice cream cakes are good, but ice cream pies are better, especially when they've got three pints of coffee ice cream and a homemade Oreo crust.
Recipe: Try our Coffee Ice Cream Pie
No-Churn Vietnamese Coffee Ice Cream
Don't be intimidated by the thought of making your own ice cream! This one can be prepped in just 10 minutes and has all the indulgence of sweet Vietnamese coffee.
Recipe: Try our No-Churn Vietnamese Coffee Ice Cream
Grilled Steak & Sweet Potatoes with Herby Sauce
Finely ground coffee is all it takes to give sirloin a serious boost of flavor.
Recipe: Try our Grilled Steak & Sweet Potatoes with Herby Sauce
Fudgy Mexican Brownies
Fact: Brownies are better with a shot of espresso and a dash of cinnamon. Don't forget the dusting of powdered sugar!
Recipe: Try our Fudgy Mexican Brownies
This cake is filled with an amaretto-espresso cream. Yum-o!
Recipe: Try our Mocha-Almond Cake
Rachael Ray's Hard-Shell Red-Eye Tacos
"Tacos are great when you’re partying. The greasy food soaks up maybe 'one too many.' Even better, these tacos have a nice shot of caffeine. Red eyes, meet the food equivalent of hair of the dog." —Rach
Recipe: Try Rach's Hard-Shell Red-Eye Tacos
Maple syrup and coffee may be an unexpected combo, but with chocolate as a mediator, you'll wonder why you haven't tried it already.
Recipe: Try our Mocha-Maple Pie
Chocolate Snackin' Cake
This ultra-rich recipe uses brewed coffee to create a show-stopping treat. You'll definitely want a glass of milk on the side.
Recipe: Try our Chocolate Snackin' Cake
Chocolate and vanilla pudding shake up this Italian dessert, while a dash of Cognac provides a boozy surprise.
Recipe: Try our Tiramisu Pudding
Grilled Pork Tenderloin with Tomatillo Salsa
Add coffee to your spice rub for drool-worthy flavor.
Recipe: Try our Grilled Pork Tenderloin with Tomatillo Salsa
Redeye Mole Chili
Mole turns a regular bowl of chili into a masterpiece. Even better? You can use instant coffee.
Recipe: Try our Redeye Mole Chili
Vanilla Thumbprint Cookies with Mocha Melt Filling
This caffeine-inspired filling is super simple—it only takes chocolate, cream, and coffee!
Recipe: Try our Vanilla Thumbprint Cookies with Mocha Melt Filling
Peanut Butter Saltine Toffee
Saltine crackers are a simple way to combat the sweetness of toffee. When you add espresso to the chocolate, you get an even bolder sweet-and-salty taste.
Recipe: Try our Peanut Butter Saltine Toffee
Espresso Chili with Beef & Black Beans
Instant espresso powder lends a deeper flavor to chili. You won't want to eat it any other way!
Recipe: Try our Espresso Chili with Beef & Black Beans
Cappuccino Ice Pop
You've had iced coffee and cold brew—now you've gotta try your cup of Joe in popsicle form. Who can resist the creamy, sweet treat?
Recipe: Try our Cappuccino Ice Pop
Mocha Buttercream Icebox Cake
No-bake cakes are easy, especially when they only have six ingredients. This one uses bittersweet chocolate and espresso for that decadent flavor.
Recipe: Try our Mocha Buttercream Icebox Cake