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Baking Spice Blends: Coffee & Chocolate Spice

 coffee and chocolate spice

Meant to be sprinkled  atop coffee or warm or cold milk.  Add a tsp to coffee grounds prior to brewing for a flavored coffee.  Use as little or as much as you like.  Don’t stop there!  Include it in your baking.  Add it to your baked goods or try a pinch in your  pancake and french toast batter for unforgettable breakfasts.

Ingredients:  Dutch processed cocoa, cinnamon, nutmeg, and Cane Sugar, Orange Extract (alcohol, water, and orange oil), and vanilla extract (vanilla, water, propylene glycol, and caramel color). 


The idea for this came from a café nestled in a coastal town outside the island of Mount St. Michael, which is situated along the Cornish coast of England. It was morning and we ordered coffee and milk with our scones.  The proprietor served our breakfast with a small bowl of spice and urged us to mix it in our drinks, a custom he brought from his home in the French Alps. The taste of this potion reminded us of something that would warm one’s body and soul on those cold days when we all dream of sitting near a fire with a nice warm drink to ward off the dampness.  Something the inhabitants of the island must have had to do often as it is only possible to cross over when a land bridge appears in tide or by way of a treacherous boat ride. 


Recipes for our Coffee & Chocolate Spice.


  • 2 scoops Coffee Ice Cream
  • Ginger ale

In a tall glass, add coffee ice cream and COFFEE & CHOCOLATE SPICE.  Then  top off with Ginger ale.  You should now have a foamy ice cream soda.  


  • 1 tsp Coffee & Chocolate Spice
  • 1/3 cup whipped cream or yogurt

Blend thoroughly.  Best when left to sit 1 hour before enjoying.


More recipes for this spice:

Coffee and Chocolate Spice

Photo Credit: Julie Cecchini


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