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12 Ways To Cook With Coffee That You Probably Haven't Tried Yet

Because coffee should be enjoyed at breakfast, lunch, AND dinner.

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1. Perk up your greens with a flavorful coffee vinaigrette.

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Sherry vinegar, instant espresso, honey, and olive oil create a peppy dressing that wakes up any tired salad. Get the recipe here.

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2. Make a flavorful (and caffeinated) rub with it.

http://www.platingpixels.com/cowboy-coffee-rub-grilled-pork-chops/
http://www.platingpixels.com/cowboy-coffee-rub-grilled-pork-chops/

A rub of ground coffee, paprika, cumin, herbs, chili, and garlic is great for adding a caramelized crust to any grilled meat. Get the recipe here.

3. Turn it into a butter and slather it on everything...

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Spread it on biscuits, or melt it over steak for an unexpected pop of flavor. Get the recipe here.

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4. Or you could turn it into a jelly.

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http://www.foodiewithfamily.com/coffee-jelly/

This unexpected jelly is great for topping toasts or glazing roasted ham (think red-eye gravy). Get the recipe here.

5. Make coffee-spiked waffles to kickstart your morning.

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These waffles get a flavorful boost from instant espresso powder. Top them with the coffee jelly from above and you'll be ready to take on the world! Get the recipe here.

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6. Make bacon infinitely better.

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Because bacon coated in a sticky glaze of espresso and maple syrup beats regular bacon any day. Get the recipe here.

7. Blacken fish with it.

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Coating fish in spices and blackening them on the grill is a great way to add a ton of flavor. This coffee-based blackening seasoning is great for steaks, chicken, and shrimp. Get the recipe here.

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8. Use it as a mixer in your cocktails.

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Coffee is a go-to mixer for many classic cocktails. This Dark Moon recipe uses both cold-brew and coffee liqueur for a double hit of flavor. Get the recipe here.

9. Spike your hot fudge with it.

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Because we all know that chocolate and coffee are a match made in heaven. Get the recipe here.

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10. Turn it into gravy for a southern-style breakfast.

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https://www.macheesmo.com/red-eye-biscuits-gravy/

Ham drippings and coffee might sound like a weird combination, but this classic gravy is a delicious way to start your day. Get the recipe here.

11. Add some brew to your barbecue with an unexpected marinade.

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Using coffee as a marinade is a simple way to add a rich depth of flavor to any cut of meat. Get the recipe here.

12. Turn leftover cold brew into a delicious dessert.

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This pie packs serious flavor with cold brew AND coffee extract. You can find coffee extract at specialty food stores, or online. Get the recipe here.

Need a pick-me-up? Grab a bag of coffee and get cooking!

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