Start off your morning right with healthy and colourful breakfast options everyone in your family will love!
In our latest Make It with Hamilton Beach episode, host Miranda Malisani shows us her recipes for healthy, filling and colourful breakfast options including butterfly pea flower tea, delicious breakfast toasts, and coffee oatmeal, all using appliances from our Hamilton Beach Elite line. In this episode, Miranda is joined with fellow mom and registered dietitian Noelle Martin!
Stir in chia seeds, maple syrup, cinnamon and blueberries.
Recipe by Miranda Malisani Miranda Malisani, RNCP is a Toronto based Nutritionist who is recognized nationally for her expertise in holistic nutrition. Her down-to-earth attitude and ability to cater her services to an individual’s needs has made her a leader in the field.
The Irish are distinctly known for their love of good stout and good whiskey, so it’s no surprise that Jack Koeppler, owner of the San Francisco restaurant the Buena Vista in 1952, teamed up with travel writer Stanton Delaplane to recreate a tasty Irish coffee recipe the former had enjoyed during a pass-through at Ireland’s Shannon Airport.
The delicious Irish coffee recipe featured Irish whiskey and cream, and is still served at the restaurant today. These two are often credited for bringing Irish coffee as we know it now to America. Boy, are we glad they did!
With its dark coffee flavor and sweet brown sugar, it almost tastes like chocolate. Add whiskey and top it with whipped cream to create a warming and smooth cocktail coffee, great for a cool night. It’s the perfect accompaniment to serve alongside dessert, too.
Warm up with a yummy drink that won’t leave you feeling bloated! In episode 7 of our Make it with Hamilton Beach series, host Miranda Malisani shows us how to create two delicious bloat proof lattes, one with tea and the other with coffee, using our Single Serve Blender, FlexBrew and Tea Infuser Kettle. The results? Try the recipe and see for yourself!
Watch step-by-step as Miranda demonstrates how to make it with Hamilton Beachin your kitchen by watching the video and check out the recipe details below.
Using a coffee grinder, grind 2 tablespoons of coffee beans.
Place coffee grinds in the single cup filter of the 2-Way Flexbrew coffeemaker. (Or use your favourite ground coffee.)
Press brew now button.
Add milk, collagen, L-glutamine and monk fruit sweetener to single serve blender. Then pour in coffee.
Cover lid and pulse a few times to blend.
Pour coffee into your favourite cup and enjoy!
To make a bloat free tea latte, substitute 1 cup of tea for 1 cup of coffee.
Recipe by Miranda Malisani
Miranda Malisani, RNCP is a Toronto based Nutritionist who is recognized nationally for her expertise in holistic nutrition. Her down-to-earth attitude and ability to cater her services to an individual’s needs has made her a leader in the field.
You know the scene. Everyone is stuffed after a huge Thanksgiving meal and falls into the nearest couch, recliner or pillow to relax.
After a little rest, people are ready to come back to the table for dessert. Wouldn’t it be nice to offer a hot cup of coffee to help everyone through the lull? This delicious pumpkin pie-spiced coffee is the perfect holiday treat to serve your guests after dinner.
If you ask me, cake for breakfast is always a good idea. Who hasn’t had a piece of leftover birthday cake with a cup of coffee in the morning? Come on, you know you have. While super sweet breakfasts are championed in my household, coffee cake makes the whole cake-for-breakfast lifestyle a little more socially acceptable.
With a hand mixer, beat butter and sugar until creamy then gradually beat in sour cream, eggs, and vanilla. Reduce the speed to low and beat in flour, baking powder, baking soda, and salt. Spread the batter in a prepared baking pan.
The crumb topping is arguably the best part of any coffee cake. We combined brown sugar and flour in a large bowl. Then with two forks (or a pastry cutter) cut butter into the flour until the mixture is combined and crumbly, then stir in walnuts.
Sprinkle the crumb topping on top of the batter and bake for 45 to 50 minutes at 350 degrees.
Once the coffee cake is finished baking, your kitchen will smell heavenly and the family will be impatiently gathered around the table. This sour cream coffee cake is moist, thick, and delightful. Serve a big piece with a steaming cup of coffee for a sweet end to Sunday brunch, an afternoon snack, or even dessert. After all, cake is acceptable anytime of day.