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Recipe: Spiced Coconut Coffee

Dont let the ingredients scare you off. This coffee has a bit of a kick, but its just right for warming up on those cold winter days. Its easily made in a french press or a regular drip coffee maker. The cinnamon stick can be used more than once. Top with whipped cream and sprinkle with ground cinnamon if desired.

Spiced Coconut Coffee Ingredients

  • 2 tablespoons ground coffee beans

  • teaspoon crushed red pepper

  • 2 whole cloves

  • (3 inch) cinnamon stick

  • 2 cups water

  • cup coconut milk

  • 2 tablespoons honey

How to Make Spiced Coconut Coffee

  1. Combine the ground coffee, red pepper, cloves, and cinnamon stick in a coffee filter set into a drip coffee brewer. Pour the water into the brewers water reservoir. Set the coffee brewer on to brew.

  2. While the coffee brews, gently warm the coconut milk in a small saucepan over medium-low heat. Stir in the honey until the honey is dissolved. Pour the brewed coffee into the mixture; stir. Divide the liquid into two mugs to serve.

Spiced Coconut Coffee Nutritions

  • Calories: 185.1 calories

  • Carbohydrate: 21.1 g

  • Cholesterol:

  • Fat: 12.2 g

  • Fiber: 1.6 g

  • Protein: 1.5 g

  • SaturatedFat: 10.7 g

  • ServingSize:

  • Sodium: 21.2 mg

  • Sugar: 17.3 g

  • TransFat:

  • UnsaturatedFat:

Spiced Coconut Coffee Reviews

  • I was so looking forward to this and realized at the last minute that I had no coconut milk, so.... since I had ground enough coffee and spices for a half pot of coffee, I added about 1/4 tsp of coconut extract to the pot of coffee then added fat-free half and half to each cup. Nice treat in the morning and also a nice after-dinner coffee I will definitely pick up some coconut milk to try this one again. Thanks for sharing

  • I love coconut, so I couldnt resist trying this. It tastes great The coffee flavour is a little weak, maybe its just the brand we buy. Surprisingly, my fiance liked it too despite his aversion to all things coconut. I would make this again as a treat; coconut milk isnt a staple in our house. Will try it with a stronger blend of coffee next time.

  • Excellent. I loved it. And really easy to pull together. I wouldnt make it all the time, because coconut milk is a bit pricey but it was a nice splurge for a Sunday morning.

  • Had to make a few changes, but enjoyed it anyway. Will try it the original way, next time. Instead of crushed red pepper, I used Cayenne pepper. I didnt have a cinnomon stick so i added about 1/2 tsp of ground cinnomon. I think it was a little on the weak side (for cinnomon). I wondered about the 2 whole cloves, but went with it anyway. I didnt find them to overpower the flavor. Infact, there is a spice flavor, but it isnt overwhelming at all. I bearly noticed the pepper (only because I knew to look for it), my husband didnt notice it at all. This is a fun drink I would consider doing again though I want to do it with whip and cinn on top next time.

  • This is a great treat. I doubled the coffee grounds but otherwise made the recipe as is. To make it a little lighter on calories Ill try using milk and coconut extract next time.

  • I like the idea of this, but I didnt care for the cloves, and the honey was too sweet for my taste (Id prefer it less sweet, and Id use agave or sugar). Also, this makes weak coffee as written. Its a good start, though

  • Yum Im drinking this right now. It really hits the spot. I found this recipe when I was going to make coffee and realized I was out of milk but had a can of coconut milk on hand. I didnt have cinnamon stick so I used 1/2 teaspoon ground and it was good but I will try the stick next time since I will definitely be making this again. Thanks

  • This is a tasty cup of coffe. My husband didnt care to try this recipe, and since some reviews thought the coffee was too weak I used an already brewed cup of coffe. I put 1/4 tsp crushed red pepper, 1/4 tsp cinnamon & 1 clove in a tea bag. I poured the coffee over it & let it steep a little. Then I heated the coconut milk & honey to mix in with it. it turned out tasty. Its probably better with the spices brewed into the coffee though, but Ill make this again. Thanks for the recipe.

  • Wow I love the spicy kick the crushed red pepper gives this. Plus, the creamy coconut milk and cloves and cinnamon combine to make one very fun and different coffee. Perfection.

  • Sorry, but this was the worst cup of coffee I have ever had and I usually like things with a twist. Not this one.

  • I hate to give this such a bad review, but I was really disapointed in the result. I love spice and coconut so I was really excited to try this, but it just wasnt very good. I followed everything as written, however I did use lite coconut milk, which may have made a difference. I didnt think it had much of a flavor other than coffee with a bit of spice. The coconut wasnt very strong and I didnt taste the clove or cinnamon at all. It may have been that the coffee pot brewed so quickly that the spices didnt have a chance to filter through. I wont make this again.

  • Amazing drink. Easy to make. Thanks for sharing the recipe Heather

  • A bit spicy, next time i might put in less pepper

  • I used blue agave in place of honey and added 2 packets of Splenda only because I like my coffee sweet. I liked the spiciness from the red pepper. Will make again.

  • Very creamy, sweet with a hint of cider-like flavorI used about 3 tbs of coffee grounds instead of 2 and added a hint of ground nutmeg into the grounds. Perfect for someone who strives to eat more naturally, is lactose intolerant or even Paleo, like myself Even the non-paleo boyfriend approved. I will definitely make this again plus it smells so good mmm

  • Very nice I used 1T honey and 1T sugar-free coconut syrup, everything else exactly as stated. Would be wonderful with whipped cream on top.

  • I liked this a lot. I didnt use a brewing machine. Rather, I just filtered the coffee and spices with boiling water in a press. I will leave out one of the cloves next time, but thats just a personal preference. I topped it with some whipped coconut cream.

  • Im a starbucks junkie and love lattes, pretty much all coffee, really; this recipe is very delicious. Ive made it a few different ways, because I am low carbing. I use only half to 1 tsp. Honey, and Ive also tried it with a little cream added to the coco milk mixture. With or without the cream its very tasty, and I love the peppery kick.

  • Great i loved it

  • Good but it is definitely spicy. I usually prefer skipping the crushed red pepper flakes unless it is an ItaliItalina dish but it is a good reason to let the coffee set and become completely cool then it is better than hot because with the red pepper flakes it is too hot. I like sweet It is nice for something different but I think I will try it again without the red pepper.

  • I loved this coffee It was a very unique, flavorful cup of coffee I adapted this recipe for a single serve, instant, decaf, coffee method because Im the only coffee drinker in the house It worked perfectly This is what I did...I brewed a cup of instant coffee in the microwave. Then in a tea bag sleeve I added the following spices as listed in the recipe...1/4 tsp. cayenne pepper, 1/2 tsp. ground cinnamon and 1/4 tsp. ground cloves. I dipped this into my coffee and let it steep for 2 minutes. Removed the spice filled tea bag and added the honey and coconut milk. I also added 3 drops of coconut extract for extra coconut flavor This was exactly what I wanted Ill be drinking this alot from now on

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