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Coffee Click Recipes

Coffee is versatile.  If you are willing to explore this amazing berry that nature has given us, then you could discover the brilliance of coffee too. Here are some new ways of making gourmet coffee drinks at home that will ensure your family and friends are impressed.  We also offer some wonderful cake and dessert recipes that will give you an unexpected hint of coffee.

Seasonal Coffee Recipes

  • Cut a passion fruit in half.
  • Place the pulp into a tumbler.
  • Cut the second half into four pieces.
  • Add a bit of mint to the glass and mix it with the pulp.
  • Fill the glass half way with ice and mix, then add 40 ml of vodka.
  • Add 20 ml of ginger ale.
  • Add 30 ml of sugar syrup.
  • Then add the 3 pieces of passion fruit and fill the glass with ice.
  • Pour 100 ml of cold brew to finish the cocktail.
  • Decorate with a mint leaf.

500ml tonic water
5-10 juniper berries
5 strips ginger (matchsticks)
1 shot Lavazza espresso – We recommend the Lavazza A Modo Mio Passionale.
A dash of simple syrup (to taste)

  • Boil 250ml tonic water with a small handful of juniper berries and 3 strips of ginger.
  • Strain the tonic water into a jug and pour into an ice cube mould.
  • Add a juniper berry to every cube and freeze once the tonic has cooled.
  • Fill a latte glass with the ice cubes, then add a dash of simple syrup and 250ml tonic water to the glass.
  • Garnish the cocktail with two ginger strips.
  • Pour a single shot of Lavazza espresso on top and serve. We recommend the Lavazza A Modo Mio Passionale.

For the pastry:

  • 300 g flour type 00
  • 100 g sugar
  • 100 g olive oil
  • 1 egg
  • 40 g egg yolks
  • 6 g yeast
  • vanillin
  • salt
  • rind of half a lemon

For the cream:

  • 200 ml water
  • 300 ml extracted coffee
  • 2 eggs
  • 1 egg yolk
  • 50 g sugar
  • 40 g cornflour
  • 75 g chocolate

For the meringue:

  • 60 g egg whites
  • 120 g sugar

 

FOR THE SHORTCRUST PASTRY

Add the eggs and the egg yolks in a tall, narrow bowl, drizzle in the oil and mix everything with a hand blender.

Place the mixture in a food mixer and add the flour and sugar first, then the lemon zest and vanilla extract. Knead the ingredients until you obtain a smooth pastry and let the dough rest in the fridge for about an hour.

Butter the moulds and spread the pastry, using about 30/50 g of dough per serving. Put in a conventional oven at 180°C for 10/12 minutes and once the tartlets are baked, let them cool.

 

FOR THE CREAM

Prepare the coffee and break up the chocolate. Then take a bowl and whisk the eggs, the egg yolks and the sugar, then add the cornflour.

In a large saucepan, put the water on the hob and bring to a boil, then pour the mixture of the eggs into the water and cook for about 2 minutes in order to obtain a dense dough.

 

Add the previously prepared coffee, turn off the hob and add the broken chocolate. Mix with a whisk or a hand blender until the chocolate melts completely and at that point, let it cool.

 

FOR THE MERINGUE

Put 60 g of egg whites and 120 g of sugar in a bowl and whisk until the mixture becomes dense and fluffy. You’ll know it is ready when the mixture stays well attached to the bottom of the bowl when you turn it upside down.

For presentation sprinkle the pastry with icing sugar, fill it with the cream and decorate with the berries.

 

FOR THE FILLING

Once the cream has cooled, add about 50 g of meringue to every 150 g of cream and stir until you get a homogeneous mixture.

Coffee of choice:

We recommend any of your favourite A Modo Mio capsules , Lavazza Crema E Gusto 250g Ground Coffee or your favourite ground coffee.

– 1 espresso cup of Lavazza coffee (moka pot)

– 1 tablespoon of sugar

– 1 egg

– 1 tablespoon of seed oil

– 4 tablespoons of flour

– 1/2 teaspoon of baking soda

– 1/2 tablespoon of apple vinegar

Coffee mug cake is quick and easy to prepare and does not need to be baked in the oven, perfect for lazy days! It is also perfect for those who want to treat themselves to some sweet on a carefree Sunday at home, without the need for any baking skills. All you need is your apron, your favourite mug and a tablespoon, that’s all you’ll need for this recipe. Now let’s get down to the fun part.

 

This basic recipe involves mixing a whole egg directly into the mug with sugar. Then you need to add softened butter, mix and add the other ingredients: flour, baking powder and sugar. When all that is added and mixed then you add an espresso shot of coffee and mix everything together thoroughly. Put the mug in the microwave and cook for 1 minute or 2 minutes max depending on the power of your microwave. Add a dusting of icing sugar and the coffee mug cake is ready to be devoured!

 

For a double chocolate mug cake

 

The double chocolate version, add finely chopped pieces of chocolate to the dough.

 

And for the final pièce de résistance , you can replace the icing sugar with whipped cream, Nutella, custard or whatever you desire.

  • 1 espresso coffee of your choice from our Lavazza coffee range.
  • 1 pack of lady fingers
  • Cocoa powder
  • 8.8 oz mascarpone
  • 2.1 oz powdered sugar
  • 3.2 oz cream
  • 1.4 oz milk
  • ¼ vanilla pod
  • Put mascarpone in a bowl.
  • Add the icing sugar, milk, cream and vanilla.
  • Mix and pour into a piping bag.
  • Put a biscuit at the bottom of a Cappuccino cup.
  • Add mascarpone cream and pour the coffee on top.
  • Sprinkle with cocoa powder.

• 1 shot of freshly brewed espresso (We recommend the Lavazza A Modo Mio Qualità Rossa)

• 1 tbsp. Biscoff spread

• 1 Biscoff Cookie

• 1 cup of milk

• Whipped cream

• Prepare a shot of espresso (We recommend the Lavazza A Modo Mio Qualità Rossa)

• Froth a cup of milk at 150° F

• Add a spoon of warmed Biscoff Spread to a 16 oz. coffee cup

• Pour the shot of espresso and milk froth into the cup and mix together slowly with a spoon

• Finish off with a crumbled Biscoff cookie.

• Optional: Top your latte with whipped cream before you finish off with Biscoff crumbles.

Iced Coffee Shaker

A simple iced coffee recipe, a refreshing and creamy, using a cocktail shaker, it is perfect to enjoy any time of the day. Quick to prepare and give you a beautiful smooth finishing taste.

  • 45ml espresso
  • 6/7 ice cubes
  • 1 or 2 teaspoons of sugar
  • Cocktail Shaker and Strainer

For this recipe, we recommend Lavazza A Modo Mio Tierra Bio for an aromatic blend with full body and intense flavour.

  • Put 6/7 ice cubes and 1 or 2 teaspoons of sugar, depending on your taste, in a shaker.
  • Next, prepare an espresso lungo and pour it on the ice.
  • Close the shaker firmly and shake vigorously for 10/15 seconds.
  • Open the shaker and pour it in a cocktail glass, removing the ice with the appropriate strainer.

Vanilla Iced Coffee

Recreate your favourite coffee-shop Frappe at home for an indulgent and satisfying pick-me-up. It is simple to make, all you need to have is a blender that can crush ice.

For this recipe, we recommend Lavazza A Modo Mio Delizioso brazilian arabica, for well rounded, smooth and aromatic taste. Or prepare your espresso in Moka Pot for a deep, intense and smooth flavour.

  • Prepare your espresso, and let it cool in room temperature.
  • To prepare the coffee ice cubes, take the ice moulds and pour in the coffee.
  • It is important not to sweeten the coffee otherwise it will not freeze.
  • Fill a large glass with the coffee ice cubes and pour in 250ml of milk.
  • Prepare, then dissolve the vanilla syrup into the coffee.
  • Then pour it over the milk and the ice.
  • Your Vanilla Iced Latte is ready!

Dublin Iced Coffee

A delicious mix of caffeine, dessert, and danger. This combination of Coffee, Whiskey, and Beer is a perfect drink to enjoy this summer and incredibly tasty.

  • 45ml of Irish Whiskey
  • 20ml of Simple Syrup
  • 60ml of Guinness
  • 60ml of Cold Brew Coffee
  • 15ml of Heavy Cream
  • Garnish: Grated Cinnamon
  • Gently pour in cream so it gradually sinks into coffee
  • Sprinkle with cinnamon.
  • Enjoy the pure Irishness

Caramel Oat Iced Latte

Unwind with a delicious Caramel Oat Iced Latte this summer, a shot of smooth espresso coffee, caramel syrup, topped with oat milk and served with ice.

  • 50ml of espresso
  • ice cubes
  • 125ml of oatmeal
  • 20ml (2 pumps) sweetbird caramel syrup
  • ice cubes

For this recipe, we recommend Lavazza A Modo Mio Passionale or any other type of espresso of your choice, for an intense and harmonious espresso, which cannot help but boast of its slightly caramelised flavour and hints of chocolate.

  • 50ml of espresso
  • ice cubes
  • 125ml of oatmeal
  • 20ml (2 pumps) sweetbird caramel syrup
  • ice cubes

For this recipe, we recommend Lavazza A Modo Mio Passionale or any other type of espresso of your choice, for an intense and harmonious espresso, which cannot help but boast of its slightly caramelised flavour and hints of chocolate.

Blended Iced Coffee

Recreate your favourite coffee-shop Frappe at home for an indulgent and satisfying pick-me-up. It is simple to make, all you need to have is a blender that can crush ice

  • 50 ml espresso or instant coffee
  • 1 cup of milk of your choice
  • A handful of ice cubes
  • Chocolate sauce or toffee sauce (optional)

For this recipe, we recommend Lavazza A Modo Mio Intenso for a deep and rich coffee flavour, which can perfectly balance the sweetness of the chocolate, and cut through the milk.

If you don’t have chocolate sauce, you can also add some chocolate powder, why not try our classic Italian Hot Chocolate Caffe Molinari Cioco Delice. 

  • Add the espresso, ice, milk and, if you like, a drizzle of chocolate or toffee sauce, or cocoa powder to a blender.
  • Blend until smooth and enjoy.

For pure indulgence, pour more sauce down the sides of a tall glass, add the blended coffee and top with whipped cream.

You can add some hot chocolate powder to your coffee mix or a flavoured syrup for a twist on the original.

Add a dash of coffee liqueur for an evening upgrade. If you like a chai latte, try this blended with ice and milk for a summery alternative.

Coffee Sorbet

Refreshing summer treat can be made in advance, perfect to share with your family and friends this summer. So simple to make, the perfect summer treat for coffee lovers!

  • 330 ml of water
  • 180 g espresso (3 Lungo)
  • 120 g sugar
  • 150 g liquid cream
  • 6 teaspoons of espresso
  • 13 teaspoons of amaretto
  • Prepare the espresso
  • Melt the sugar in the espresso and add the water, mix well.
  • Add the liquid cream and stir until combined.
  • Put everything in a plastic container and leave it in the freezer for 4/5 hours. (The larger the amount, the longer it should be stored in the freezer).
  • Once cold, break into pieces the size of a dice.
  • Add the teaspoons of liquid espresso and amaretto, and blend the whole mixture with the hand blender.
  • The coffee sorbet is ready to be served!

After Dinner Iced Coffee

A touch of amaretto (almond liqueur) makes this iced coffee really special. Great refreshing coffee beverage, the perfect summer after dinner drink.

  • 1 espresso ‘lungo’
  • ice cubes
  • amaretto liqueur
  • sugar
  • liquid cream
  • bitter cocoa

For this recipe, we recommend Lavazza A Modo Mio Passionale, an intense and harmonious espresso, which cannot help but boast of its slightly caramelised flavour and hints of chocolate.

  • Put 6-7 ice cubes and 1 teaspoon of sugar in a shaker.
  • Add a tablespoon of amaretto liqueur and the espresso lungo.
  • Close the shaker well and shake vigorously for 10-15 seconds.
  • Open the shaker and pour it in a cocktail glass, removing the ice with the appropriate strainer.
  • Finally, add a few drops of slightly stirred liquid cream on the surface and sprinkle with bitter cocoa.

Iced Mocha

The classic cream and chocolate combination blends with the flavour of coffee. For a delicious and refreshing break. It is truly scrumptious and indulgent.

  • 50 ml coffee
  • 50 ml cold chocolate
  • whipped cream
  • 6/7 ice cubes
  • 1 l milk
  • 175 g sugar
  • 140 g cocoa powder

For this recipe, we recommend Lavazza A Modo Mio Intenso for a deep and rich coffee flavour, which can perfectly balance the sweetness of the chocolate. 

For the hot chocolate, you can try our classic Italian Hot Chocolate Caffe Molinari Cioco Delice. 

  • Brew the coffee
  • Put the ice in a cocktail glass and pour over the chilled chocolate mixed with 50 ml of milk.
  • Add the coffee and top up with whipped cream.Make the Hot chocolate
  • Bring 1 litre of milk to the boil.
  • Add the previously mixed cocoa powder and sugar.
  • Reduce the heat.
  • Leave to reduce for 10 minutes or more depending on the consistency wanted.
  • Leave to cool.

Affogato

If you’re looking for a pick-me-up post-dinner, the Espresso Martini is here to jolt you awake with its boozy magical powers. The cold coffee-flavored cocktail mixes vodka with espresso coffee...

  • 30 ml of espresso
  • 2 scoop of good quality vanilla ice cream
  • Amaretti biscuits
  • Roasted almond flakes for sprinkle
  • Shaved chocolate for sprinkle

For this recipe, we recommend using Lavazza A Modo Mio Delizioso for a round, smooth and the authentic Italian espresso taste.

  • Put two scoop of high quality vanilla ice cream into the bottom of the glass
  • Gently pour over 1 shot of espresso coffee, making sure to cover all of the ice-cream
  • Sprinkle over a handful of crushed amaretti biscuits, and some roasted almond flakes or crushed hazelnuts
  • Garnishing with chocolate shavings on top.

So simple and so delicious!

Espresso Tonic

Trendy speciality coffee drink which become increasingly popular nowadays. There are many variations, but the basic and simple recipe is: a double shot of espresso and tonic water with ice.

  • 125ml good quality Tonic water (using a tonic that has got more of the brighter and acidic notes, this will make the drink even more refreshing)
  • double shot of espresso (the coffee should preferably be one with a lot of natural acidity – most Ethiopian and Kenyan coffees and 100% Arabica blend will work well)
  • Plenty of Ice and Garnish

We recommend Lavazza Passionale Coffee Capsules for this recipe, for their boast of a slightly caramelised flavour and hints of chocolate.

  • Fill a big glass (350 ml) all the way to the rim with ice.
  • Pour over a good tonic and let it sit whilst you’re preparing the espresso. That way the tonic has time to get ice cold.
  • Prepare a fruity espresso and pour the shot gently over the ice and serve it straight away.
  • Add garnish if you like – we normally serve it with a couple of slices of lemon or lime.

Coffee Ice Cream

If you like your frozen treats smooth, fresh and strong, try this rich coffee ice cream recipe. It's an easy way to delight your guests – no ice cream maker required. You can use any coffee for this recipe.

For 8/10 servings

  • 3 eggs
  • 150g (5.3oz) sugar
  • 300g (10.5oz) cream
  • 10g (0.3oz / 3 spoonfuls) Lavazza Prontissimo! instant coffee
  • 60ml (2fl oz / 4 cups) short espresso
  • Prepare a small cup of strong espresso
  • Whip the cold cream until it reaches the desired consistency and then leave it in the fridge while you prepare the other ingredients.
  • Separate the egg whites and yolks.
  • Add 100g (3.5oz) of sugar to the yolks, and whip them using an electric whisk until they become thick and foamy (about 3 minutes).
  • Then add this mixture to the whipped cream.
  • Remember to mix slowly.
  • Whip the whites until stiff, slowly adding the 50g (1.7oz) of remaining sugar.
  • Add this mixture to the cream and yolk, mixing from the bottom to the top.
  • Once the mixture is smooth, add the cold coffee, continuing to mix slowly.
  • Place the ice cream into a bowl, cover with clingfilm and place it in the freezer.

Espresso Tiramisu

A boozy twist on the classic tiramisu makes a jolly good after-dinner treat. This classic Italian dessert, requires no baking and so easy to put together, can be prepared well in advance.

  • An espresso prepared with your Lavazza A Modo Mio Machine
  • Italian Ladyfinger biscuits
  • mascarpone cream
  • cocoa 

For the mascarpone cream:

  • 250g mascarpone
  • 60g icing sugar
  • 90g liquid cream
  • 40g whole milk
  • ¼ vanilla pod

We recommend Lavazza Passionale Coffee Capsules for this recipe, for their boast of a slightly caramelised flavour and hints of chocolate.

  • Beat the mascarpone, icing sugar, cream, milk and vanilla in a bowl until you reach a soft creamy consistency.
  • Pour the mixture into a piping bag and keep it in the refrigerator.
  • Put ladyfinger biscuits at the bottom of a Cappuccino cup and add a generous teaspoon of mascarpone cream.
  • Pour the hot coffee around the sides of the cream.
  • Sprinkle cocoa powder on the top and enjoy!

Dessert Coffee Recipes

Espresso Martini

A Classic Italian Recipe, the perfect marriage between vanilla ice cream and strong espresso. You can sprinkle it on top with nuts or biscuit crumbles to add the extra crunch.

  • 125ml good quality Tonic water (using a tonic that has got more of the brighter and acidic notes, this will make the drink even more
  • A long black prepared with your Lavazza A Modo Mio Machine
  • 30ml vodka
  • 30ml coffee liqueur
  • 6 ice cubes
  • 5g sugar syrup
  • ½ Gianduiotto (optional)

For this recipe, we recommend using Lavazza A Modo Mio Delizioso, a well-rounded espresso, with a sweet aftertaste and distinctive aromatic layers.

  • Prepare an espresso and add sugar.
  • Place the ice, the sweetened coffee, the vodka and the Frangelico inthe shaker.
  • Shake the shaker really well to develop a delicious frothy coffee foamfor the top of your cocktail.
  • Strain the contents into a martini glass and garnish with a Gianduiotto or 3 coffee beans placed face-up.

Irish Coffee

This world famous drink has only four ingredients: coffee, Irish whiskey, sugar and cream – but with a few twists. With our carefully selected recipe, the perfect Irish coffee is guaranteed.

  • 40ml Irish whiskey
  • 120ml freshly brewed, robust coffee
  • 20ml demerara sugar syrup or demerara sugar, to taste
  • Fresh cream
  • Freshly grated nutmeg

For this recipe, we recommend Lavazza A Modo Mio Qualità Rossa for the full-body, rich flavour and chocolaty taste.

  • Preheat the glass with some warm water and discard.
  • Add the whiskey, demerara sugar syrup (or sugar), coffee and hot water and stir well until the sugar all dissolve.
  • Warm a large spoon and gently pour the cream over the back of the spoon to float on top of the coffee.
  • Garnish with a light dusting of grated nutmeg.

* It is really important to note that the cream should be lightly aerated not heavily whipped and poured over the back of a heated spoon to get the right viscosity.

Baileys Latte

A splash of heavenly Baileys in a classic coffee drink. The perfect balance between the dark roast flavour of an espresso and the sweet creaminess of Baileys...So simple to make and it tastes exceptionally good!

  • 30ml of espresso
  • 60ml or 2oz of Baileys™ Original Irish Cream
  • Milk
  • Cinnamon for garnishing

For this recipe, we recommend Lavazza A Modo Mio Intenso for an deep and rich coffee flavour, which can perfectly balance the sweetness of the Baileys.

  • Pour 30ml espresso and 60ml Baileys™ Original Irish Cream in large glass.
  • Froth the milk using Lavazza A Modo Mio milk frother (using 2 discs to create the silky Latte style foamed milk) or hand electric frother (but you will need to boil and heat milk until very hot first if use hand frother)
  • Pour the frothed milk and foam into the large glass.
  • Finally, garnish the drink with a dash of cinnamon.

Coffee Shortbread Cookie

These coffee biscuits are the perfect indulgence anytime you're craving something a bit special. You can use any ground coffee or ground coffee from the coffee capsules for this recipe.

For 10 servings

  • 10g (0.35oz) ground coffee
  • 300g (10.5oz) plain flour
  • 150g (5.3oz) butter
  • 100g (3.5oz) icing sugar
  • 1 egg
  • 1 egg yolk
  • Salt

For this recipe, we recommend Lavazza A Modo Mio Intenso coffee for its stands out richness taste with spicy aromas.

  • Mix the sugar and butter until it becomes creamy.
  • Create a well in the middle of the flour, dust it with the ground coffee and pour the butter and sugar mixture into the middle.
  • Now add the egg and yolk to the well and begin to stir all the ingredients together, combining them slowly.
  • Knead until you have a uniform dough, then chill in the fridge for around an hour.
  • Roll out the dough on a board until you reach the desired thickness for your biscuits.
  • Use a variety of biscuit cutters to cut out your biscuit shapes.
  • Place them on baking paper and bake at 180°C (356°F) for around 10‒12 minutes.

Italian Mocha

This Italian Mocha is a simple and tasty recipe that gives a different twist to your coffee. Ideal for kick-starting the day or ending a meal on a pleasant note. And it is so easy to prepare at home.

  • Brew the espresso in a small glass cup.
  • Add a thick flake of dark chocolate.
  • Generously dust the coffee with cocoa powder and dark pepper.
  • Top up with hot single cream.
  • Dust another sprinkle of cocoa powder.

We recommend Lavazza A Modo Mio Crema e Gusto Capsule for this recipe,  for an intense and rich flavour.

Chocolate Coffee with Cream

The "Bavareisa Torinese" is the eighteenth-century version of the better-known "Bicerin." Its ingredients are coffee, chocolate and double cream. We recommend to use espresso coffee

For 1 serving

  • Pour 50ml of hot chocolate into a glass.
  • Dispense an espresso lungo (50ml) over the chocolate.
  • Top up with lightly stirred double cream so that it floats on the surface.

Hazelnut Coffee

A perfect pick me up drink hailing from Naples: strong espresso with hazelnut cream. From the first sip, several contrasts are unveiled; hot and cold, sweet and intense, coffee and hazelnut...

For 1 serving

For 8 serving of Hazelnut cream

  • The hazelnut cream (8 servings):
    Pour the double cream and hazelnut syrup into a large bowl.
    Whip with an electric whisk.
  • The drink
    Prepare an espresso in a small glass.
    Top up with 30ml of hazelnut cream.
    Decorate with a light dusting of some ground coffee.

Viennese Coffee

So easy to make, this Viennese coffee recipe still bursts with heavenly flavour. This is a coffee recipe that paints a sumptuous picture of Viennese elegance with every sip.

For 1 serving

  • Pour 10 grams (0.3oz) of chocolate syrup into a small glass.
  • Prepare a long espresso, pour it into the glass and add the whipped cream.
  • Sprinkle with chocolate flakes.
  • Done! Enjoy a divine coffee break with a gourmet flavour.

Spicy Moroccan Coffee

A touch of cinnamon and ginger for a light break. This amazing coffee recipe is a feisty and spicy version of the classic Marocchino, with an exotic touch for an unusual combination.

For 1 serving

  • Cut 2 slices of fresh ginger and place in a small clear glass.
  • Prepare an espresso in a small glass.
  • Generously dust with the cinnamon and icing sugar mix.
  • Top up with milk froth, trying to add as little as possible.
  • Dust another sprinkle of the cinnamon and icing sugar mix on top.

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