Do you like Twix bars? Do you like coffee? What do you think about combining them together? It’s called the Twix Meltdown. The caramel and chocolate get all gooey in the coffee and biscuit becomes soft.
They are making an announcement on April 25, 2019 about a way to get the gadget on their Instagram page. These are the rules for the sweepstakes.
You can see they have even made a little gadget you can use to make it easier to make it.
Yes, you read that title correctly. It seems that cheese coffee is a thing. In Finland, it is called kaffeost. They add cheese to their coffee made from reindeer milk. It’s also known as Finnish Squeaky Cheese or bread cheese. Now we have been putting dairy in our coffee for years, whether it be milk, half & half, or more recently butter.
The cheese is chopped into cubes and melts in the coffee becoming kind of like marshmallows in hot cocoa. The cheese can be made from goat or cow milk too. To get the right texture, the cheese will be curdled, baked, and dried.
This video shows the person cutting the cheese into cubes and making the coffee. You most likely won’t understand what she is saying.
The Victor crew came across a Post recently from Tech Insider about coffee. The premise is based on how much caffeine it is safe to consume and that you’d have to have a really lot of coffee to reach that amount. Here is the post:
Coffee is considered a soft commodity. A commodity is an economic good or service (primarily a raw material or agricultural product) that has value. It can be bought and sold. Other soft commodities besides coffee are cotton, orange juice, sugar, cocoa, and lumber.
Coffee is an important staple as it creates a lot of other jobs, from growers, roasters, packers, marketers, equipment manufacturers, retail establishments. This commodity is very sensitive to climates, so that has a significant role in the worth.
We LOVE green tea. An even more yummy and fun way to have it is to eat it. Now I’m sure there are a lot of recipes out there using green tea but we’ve discovered a really good Green Tea Ice Cream from Häagen-Dazs
Now we are very careful of what ice creams we eat because a lot of ice cream has unnecessary junk in it. The ingredients of this ice cream are cream, skim milk, sugar, egg yolks, and green tea. That’s it. The flavor isn’t overpowering. We like it with a little whipped cream on top.
Want to try to make your own? Here is an authentic green tea ice cream recipe. You will need an ice cream churn for this. This recipe does not contain eggs. It uses matcha green tea powder and not the kind of green tea you buy for making your green tea.