These coffee desserts take after dinner treats to a new level! Pick from these coffee, espresso and mocha-flavored masterpieces.
Love coffee and looking for a treat? Try one of these decadent, delicious coffee desserts! Coffee is one of our favorite things in the world, so turning it into an after-dinner treat is a no-brainer! Try Italian classics like affogato and tiramisu, or coffee-flavored spins on cakes, cookies, cheesecake and crème brulee. These coffee and desserts recipes include top treats from this website and selections from recipe developers around the web. Ready to get buzzed?
Here’s a coffee dessert that’s pure perfection in its simplicity: the classic Italian affogato! Two ingredients come together in the most exciting flavor pairing: sweet, creamy vanilla gelato and bitter, rich espresso. Poured at the table, you get to see the ingredients transform right before your eyes. Like you’d expect from Italian cuisine, it’s essentialism at its finest.
Calling all coffee lovers! Here’s the dessert for you: this homemade Coffee Ice Cream! Imagine: a lusciously creamy frozen dessert, scented with rich, bittersweet espresso. Every spoonful will make you melt a little inside! It’s the perfect coffee dessert for people who love an after dinner pick-me-up.
What's a more classic coffee dessert than tiramisu? Italian for “pick me up” or “cheer me up.” this iconic dessert known for its coffee flavor and layers of ladyfingers, creamy sweetened mascarpone mixture and cocoa. via Immaculate Bites
Why not add coffee to your cake? This moist espresso chocolate chip cake is flavored with espresso powder, strong coffee, plenty of chocolate chips, and ultra creamy espresso coffee buttercream. via Sally's Baking Addiction
Baileys Irish Cream and coffee are a classic combination, so why not enjoy them in cupcake form? This moist and luscious coffee dessert is made with Baileys, strong black coffee, and a touch of espresso powder. via Sally's Baking Addiction
Here's a coffee dessert that's part cocktail, part treat, and 100 percent irresistible! It’s one of those flavor combinations that’s years beyond the sum of its parts. The amaretto brings a nuttiness and spice to the coffee that’s hard to quantify in words. Topped with frothy whipped cream and a sprinkle of cinnamon, it’s truly to die for.
Love a good mocha? This coffee dessert plays on that perfect combination of chocolate and frothy milk. These blondies are filled with sweet chocolate and topped with a simple espresso glaze. They’re chewy, dense, and buttery. via Sally's Baking Addiction
This stunning coffee dessert is made with 3 layers of ice cream: chocolate, coffee and vanilla. Then it's layered with graham crackers and a homemade fudge sauce. The ice cream cake is chocolatey and heavy on the fudge! via Half Baked Harvest
Here's a coffee dessert that looks like it's from a restaurant: creme brulee! Who could resist that caramelized sugar topping? This one features a creamy, rich interior with a coffee-flavored custard. Even better, it's made of six simple ingredients that are probably already in your kitchen or pantry.
Craving tiramisu but don't want to commit to a full pan? Try these vanilla cupcakes with an espresso Kahlua soak and mascarpone frosting! This recipe makes a small batch of 4 for the perfect small size. via Dessert for Two
Here's a stunning coffee dessert to impress: a coffee-flavored spin on tres leches cake, a classic Latin American dessert! It starts with a light-and-airy sponge cake soaked in a combination of three different types of milk and coffee, and topped off with fluffy coffee cream.
Last up in our coffee desserts: Cappuccino Nice Cream, made with bananas, coffee and cocoa powder! The texture, flavor and taste are not quite like real ice cream, but it's a healthy frozen treat that’s absolutely delicious! via Feel Good Foodie
Add the gelato or ice cream to a serving glass. Chill it in the freezer while preparing the coffee.
Make the espresso, following the instructions in How to Make Espresso: 5 Ways. Or, make strong coffee with espresso (dark) roast beans using your normal method and half of the standard amount of water.
To serve, remove the glass with the ice cream from the freezer and top with the chocolate shavings. If using the amaretto, add it to the espresso. At the table, pour the espresso over the ice cream and enjoy immediately.