Peanut butter is delicious with chocolate, and so is coffee. So it makes sense that peanut butter coffee would be tasty, too. Basic logic, right? But if you haven’t tried making this surprisingly good drink, you may be looking for a few tips. You don’t want your carefully brewed coffee turning into undrinkable sludge.
Here are a few exceptionally delicious ways to make peanut butter coffee — plus a few tips on avoiding that whole sludge situation.
How to Make Peanut Butter Coffee:
1. Brew your coffee.
Make a cup of strong coffee.
2. Heat milk and peanut butter.
Put milk and a spoonful of peanut butter in a stovetop pan or bowl in the microwave. Heat them together, stirring frequently, until the peanut butter is fully blended into the milk. Optionally, you can add chocolate syrup at this point.
3. Pour the peanut butter mixture into the coffee.
Pour your warm peanut butter and milk mixture into the coffee mug. Stir or whisk thoroughly.
4. Top with whipped cream (optional).
Take your drink over the top by adding whipped cream! You can also sprinkle on peanut butter chips or drizzle a little chocolate syrup. Now your peanut butter coffee is practically a milkshake.
Peanut Butter Coffee Brewing Tips:
What kind of peanut butter should you use?
Peanut butter comes in many forms, starting with the classic chunky or smooth debate. Even if you’re usually a chunky peanut butter fan, we recommend starting with smooth for your drink. Chunks are less delightful in your coffee mug than they are in your sandwich.
Beyond that, you’ll probably want to use a brand you would eat regularly. You will be able to taste it in your coffee, so you don’t want a brand you wouldn’t eat on bread.
If you’re more hands-on, you can also try making your own peanut butter! All you need is a food processor, peanuts, and oil.
What about Nutella coffee?
If you’re a fan of Nutella (and most of us are), you may want to substitute it for peanut butter. And to that, we say go for it! Chocolate and hazelnut both taste quite good with coffee. Just make sure you whisk your drink thoroughly to avoid unfortunate clumps.
And should you add chocolate?
Who says no to chocolate? You can turn your peanut butter coffee into a peanut butter mocha by adding a little chocolate syrup. This is a decadent touch — but one that you’ll probably love.
Whipping up a peanut butter coffee is easy and fast. Even better, it’s like breakfast in a glass! Nutty, creamy, caffeinated, and full of protein — what better way is there to start your day? We hope you enjoy this simple recipe. There’s always a tasty new coffee drink to try making at home, so you don’t have any excuse to get bored!
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