Give Thanks for Coffee Crafts and Recipes
It’s that wonderful time of year again – friends and family are home for the holidays! Thanksgiving is the time of year where we remember all that we’re thankful for, while surrounded by the ones we love. Our homes radiate with the mouth-watering aroma of deliciousness and love. We’ve compiled a list of holiday recipes, infused with great coffee taste, as well as some coffee crafts to keep the kids entertained, while doubling as holiday decor.
We all know that turkey is the star of Thanksgiving and why not dress up your showstopper with something different and delicious! This coffee turkey glaze recipe will be the talk of the day. The use of our rich, dark French Roast coffee will create a variety of flavors that’ll make you want to repeat this recipe as an annual tradition.
Coffee-Toffee Pecan Pie
Here is a coffee twist on the traditional Thanksgiving dessert that you’re sure to love! This recipe combines the sweet taste of caramel and pecans with the bold, richness of a dark roast coffee. Try this dessert with our robust Espresso. With coffee and dessert in one dish, you are sure to get rave reviews!
With big crowds of family pouring in, you’re going to need ways to keep the kiddos entertained while the food is cooking. As you’re cooking with your coffee this holiday, here are some creative ways to put the leftover coffee filters to good use.
For this craft, all you need are coloring utensils, basket-style coffee filters and a brown paper bag. Here’s your opportunity to display your creativity! After some simple cuttings – you’ll have aesthetically pleasing decor for the holiday.
Transform your entryway into a festive fall forest with only a few coffee filters and some paint. Trim your filters into the shape of leaves and transform them into a woodland of red, gold and orange. This craft reflects the beauty of the fall season, as well as adding an authentic touch to your holiday decor.
Here is a project that allows you to display your thanks in a festive method, a final touch for your holiday decorations. Simply glue a string in the middle of your coffee filter, then glue a doily onto the filter with the coordinating letters so it spells, “Give Thanks”. You can then hang the banner above the kitchen table or mantel.
We hope these recipes and crafts add a coffee-flair to your traditional holiday.