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March 2020

Coffee/ Culinary Tales

21 Coffeehouse Recipes You Can Make At Home

This is a compilation of my favorite 21 Coffeehouse Recipes You Can Make At Home! The ones that taste like they were made in your local coffee shop but, instead you can make them right in the comfort of your own kitchen without going anywhere!

I have to admit I usually start each morning with a latte from Dunkin’, Starbucks, or my local coffeehouse.. depending on where I am and what I’m craving.

However, in light of everything going on in the world currently I will not be venturing out especially not for my daily coffee. Instead I’ll be making one here every morning (something I should’ve been doing all along). I’ll be saving my $5 + everyday and I will be able to fully customize it!

If you’re looking to do the same, here are some amazing recipes to try! I promise they will help fill the void whether you’re hunkered in at home, love making your own coffee, or just looking to save a little money!

Smore’s Latte by Le Petite Eats

Homemade Caramel Vanilla Iced Coffee by Cooking With Amber

Affogato by My Yellow Apron

Creamy Almond Coconut Cashew Coffee by Culinary Ginger

Iced Caramel Latte by A Seasoned Greeting

Sparkling Iced Coffee by Cooking with Janica

Iced Salted Caramel Coffee by Carefree Mermaid

Caramel Coffee Oreo Shake by Two Kids and A Coupon

Pistachio Coffee Latte by Zestful Kitchen

Vietnamese Iced Coffee by Delightful Plate

Iced Mocha Latte by Natalie’s Health

Cinnamon Eggnog Coffee by Carefree Mermaid

Iced Mint Mocha by Finding Zest

Frosted Hazelnut Mocha by Carefree Mermaid

Coconut Mocha Frappucino by Powered By Mom

Caramel Frappucino by Baking Beauty

Iced Maple Syrup Cardamom Coffee by Recipes From A Pantry

Iced Caramel Macchiato by Cooking with Janica

Frozen Hazelnut Mocha Coffee by Carefree Mermaid

Frosted Coffee by Dukes and Duchesses

Vietnamese Coconut Coffee by Delightful Plate

Vegan Mocha Frappe by Delightful Adventures

Culinary Tales/ Meats

Air Fryer Toasted Ravioli

I’ve had the air fryer for about 3-4 months now. I realized this weekend I had yet to make a toasted ravioli in it. So, I’ve whipped up this quick and easy recipe for Air Fryer Toasted Ravioli. You only need 4 ingredients!

Air Fryer Toasted Ravioli

To make these crisp, “fried” ravioli you’ll need frozen ravioli, Italian bread crumbs, milk, and eggs. Also, a dipping sauce is highly encouraged!

Let’s Get Started

Combine one egg and one cup of milk in a bowl. Next, add italian bread crumbs to a separate bowl. I also added some additional seasoning to the bowl – garlic powder, minced onion, and Parmesan cheese.

Line your tray with foil or parchment paper, then spray with non-stick cooking spray.

One at a time, dip a ravioli into the egg mixture – covering it. Then dip it into the bread crumb mixture make sure it is fully coated.

Place it right on to the foil. Leave a little room in between the ravioli. It doesn’t have to be too much, just enough so that they aren’t touching.

Once you’ve finished all of your ravioli or filled your tray (If you’re doing a lot.)

This is where our “secret” step comes in! This step makes the difference in breading that is soggy & falling off and breading that is crisp & perfectly coating it’s ravioli! We’re now going to take the tray of breaded ravioli and place it in the freezer for about half an hour.

At this point you can turn on the air fryer so that it starts to preheat! I set mine at 380 degrees. Once it’s done pre heating place the tray of ravioli in and set the timer for about twenty minutes turning half way through . I flipped them as well so that they would cook evenly on both sides!

Once they are golden brown and the internal temp reaches 165 degrees – they are ready to go!

Optional but, delicious : Sprinkle with a little Parmesan cheese and fresh parsley. Serve them with marinara sauce and enjoy!

Air Fryer Toasted Ravioli

Print Recipe
Serves: 2-4 Cooking Time: 1 hr


  • 1 Bag of Frozen Ravioli (Cheese or Beef)
  • 1 Cup of Milk
  • 1 Egg
  • 1 Cup of Italian Bread Crumbs
  • -Optional-
  • 1 Tsp Garlic Powder
  • 1 Tsp Minced Onion
  • 1 Tsp Fresh Parsley
  • 2 Tbsp Parmesan Cheese
  • These are all optional, not necessary but can be added to bread crumb mixture to enhance flavor!



Combine one egg and one cup of milk in a bowl.


Put Italian bread crumbs in a separate bowl. You can add the optional ingredients to this bowl if you wish (minced onion, garlic powder, and half of the Parmesan & parsley)


Line your cooking tray with foil and spray with non-stick cooking spray.


Dip ravioli into the egg mixture - covering it. Then dip it in the bread crumb mixture, coating it fully.


Place them on to the foil lined tray as you finish. Place tray in freezer for 30 minutes.


Preheat Air Fryer to 380 degrees, cook for 20 minutes. Turning & flipping half way through.


They are done cooking when they are golden brown and the internal temp reaches 165 degrees.


Optional but, delicious : Sprinkle with a little Parmesan cheese and fresh parsley. Serve them with marinara sauce and enjoy!

Culinary Tales

20 Easy Recipes You Can Make with Ingredients From Your Pantry

So you’re hungry and stuck in the house? Whether you’re quarantined, snowed in, or just don’t feel like leaving the comfort of your own house today – here’s a list of 20 Easy Recipes You Can Make With Ingredients From Your Pantry!

There are even a few recipes that made the list with an ingredient or two from the fridge or freezer, but they are staple ingredients that you may already have!

This will also give you an idea of some things you can keep on hand/ stock up on in case you ever need to cook straight from the pantry/fridge in the future as well!

Spaghetti with Garlic & Olive Oil by The Clever Meal

Instant Pot Tortilla Soup by Cardamom and Coconut

Boozy Margarita Cake Balls by Homecooking Memories

Instant Pot Chow Mein by Corrie Cooks

Instant Pot Vegetable Soup by A Mom’s Impression

Easy Roasted Buffalo Chickpeas by Marathons and Motivation

Arrabbiata Pasta by Three Olives Branch

Ice Cream Bread by Sugar and Soul

Vegan Pesto Pasta by Happy Kitchen

15 Minute Sesame Noodles by Busy Cooks

Cinnamon Apple Loaf Bread by Milk and Pop

Italian White Bean Soup by The Clever Meal

Caramelized Bacon & Green Bean Casserole by Carefree Mermaid

Chocolate Cake (that requires no eggs and no dairy!) by The Good Hearted Woman

Vegan Meatballs by The Clever Meal

Slow Cooker Vegan Chili by Happy Kitchen

Blueberry Oat Bars by A Plantiful Path

Courgette & Pea Pasta by A Mummy Too

Instant Pot Mexican Rice by Recipes From A Pantry

Coconut Chocolate Bars by Refresh My Health

Coffee/ Culinary Tales

Frozen Hazelnut Mocha Coffee

Today I’m sharing a recipe for this Frozen Hazelnut Mocha Coffee. I have a love for frozen or cold coffees even in the winter! I just can’t help it.

I find myself hitting up the drive thru whenever I can for a Frozen Coffee, I do realize though that I need to be making my own coffee at home a whole lot more often.

To make this you’ll need cold brewed coffee, ice, hazelnut creamer, and chocolate syrup.

Frozen Hazelnut Mocha Coffee

Start by pouring one cup of the Cold Brewed Coffee into your blender.

Next, add a cup of ice.

Now, add 2 Tbsp of the Hazelnut Creamer.

Finally, add about 3 Tbsp of the Chocolate Syrup (You don’t actually need to measure this, you can just guesstimate.)

Blend well. If it’s too clumpy, blend longer. If it’s too thin – add more ice or, if it’s too thick add more coffee!

Take a glass and swirl chocolate syrup straight into the glass.

Pour your Frozen Coffee right into the glass!

Enjoy the taste of Frozen Coffee at home!

Frozen Hazelnut Mocha Coffee

Print Recipe
Serves: 1 Cooking Time: 10 minutes


  • 1 Cup of Cold Brewed Coffee
  • 1 Cup of Ice
  • 2 Tbsp Hazelnut Creamer
  • 3 Tbsp Chocolate Syrup



Add the ice to the blender.


Pour in the coffee.


Add the chocolate syrup and hazelnut creamer.


Blend well!