Should I use all the spices that the Christmas coffee recipe calls for?
No. You can make Christmas coffee with any of these spices. You can also change the amounts depending on your preference.
Christmas Coffee Recipe
Would you like to drink a special Christmas brew when kids are busy with what Santa has left for them? Here is a delicious and easy Christmas coffee recipe for you to enjoy with your loved ones!
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Christmas coffee is a coffee drink made by brewing ground coffee mixed with some wintery spices, such as cinnamon, cardamom, nutmeg, clove, and brown sugar. It is usually topped with whipped cream and garnished with colorful jimmies and sprinkles, mostly in green and red!
To make Christmas coffee, ground coffee is first mixed with the spices in the recipe and then brewed together with them. You can brew the mixture in a coffee machine by putting it into the filter. Or, you can make a pour-over coffee with the mixture. The pour-over method yields a more flavorful result. Please click on this link to learn how to make pour-over coffee if you need.
Now let’s move on to the recipe below and make a delicious Christmas coffee!
3 cups water
6 tablespoons ground coffee
1 tablespoon brown sugar
1 teaspoon ground cardamom
1 teaspoon ground nutmeg
1 teaspoon ground cinnamon
1 teaspoon ground cloves
Warm milk (optional)
Whipped cream (optional)
Christmas sprinkles (optional)
Combine the ground coffee, sugar, and spices in a small bowl, and mix them.
Brew the mixture in a drip coffee machine or by the pour-over method.
Pour the brewed coffee into the mugs. You can add some warm milk if someone wants their coffee with milk.
Top with whipped cream, and garnish with green and red Christmas jimmies.
Serve your Christmas coffee.
HOW TO SERVE CHRISTMAS COFFEE:
You can serve Christmas coffee in a glass coffee mug to enjoy its color and appearance as well. Red or green coffee mugs would also be great to match the Christmas theme.
Of course, you can serve Christmas coffee with leftover Christmas cookies if there is any left behind by Santa, of course.