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oh how I love my coffee. Not just the rich flavor that wakes me up, but the anticipation of what I’m going to create today. You see, I have a coffee bar in my kitchen where I keep all the items I need handy. It is not just about coffee grounds and a brewer for me, but accessories and ingredients I use to make that perfect first cup. Let me share with you my Pure Coffee Bar.
What you need to Create a Pure Coffee Bar
A coffee maker. Duh! ha ha ha. I actually have two. Yes I’m a bit addicted.
Organic coffee. Just this year I switched to organic only, so no synthetic fertilizers or chemicals used in the growing or production of it.
Sweeteners. Raw honey, organic cane sugar or stevia is what I use.
Flavors. I always add cinnamon now, it’s my current thing. See my secret and the benefits of cinnamon. Other yummy flavors I might use is peppermint oil, orange extract, ginger, pumpkin pie spice, dark chocolate syrup or unsweetened cacao powder. I like playing with combos when I make iced coffee – add coffee and flavors to a blender with a handful of ice.
Extras. A frother is awesome and fun! A stirrer – I use a bamboo chopstick (ha!) or cinnamon stick. Cute containers – the Pioneer Woman collection at Walmart has a cow creamer, cute bowls and sugar jars. I can’t pass them up when I walk down that aisle.
Creamers. Out of the fridge I grab my almond milk and/or International Delight Simply Pure.
You see, I am very picky when it comes to my creamer. I will only buy one that contains Pure ingredients and this one is made with 5 simple ingredients including milk, real cane sugar and cream. I love all the flavors it comes in and switch up what I buy each time – vanilla, caramel and hazelnut.
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What is your favorite ingredient to add to your coffee?
Do you have a pure coffee bar? No junk allowed.