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Most popular coffee flavors

What are the most popular coffee flavors? Specifically what kinds of flavorings can you add to coffee and which are the most populars ones added?

Instead of adding creams such as Coffee-Mate and International Delight to your morning cup of Joe try adding something different. There are several types of popular flavor additives your can put in your drink. Vanilla flavoring is probably the most common and easiest to find as well as chocolate.

I know chocolate coffee flavor sounds a little bit weird but it is pretty popular and not un heard of to add a little bit of chocolate syrup to the drink. In fact many people ad this instead of putting sugar in the coffee.

What other flavors can you add? Well, there is a growing trend to add spices to your coffee. This will add a little kick to your drink so you don’t want to add too much just sprinkle a little it of spice such as Cinnamon and stir. You can experiment with different spices too don’t limit yourself to one! If you are a big fan of a particular spice try a sprinkle and see if it works for you!

There are many coffee flavors to add and sometimes it is up to your imagination of what you might like and what you can handle in the morning drink. Of course the most popular way to have coffee is the classic way!

Breyers ice cream flavors

What are the flavors of Breyers ice cream?

In 1866 William Breyer produced his first gallon of ice cream. The first Breyer’s retail change opened in 1882, and quickly expanded, growing in size and flavors until we have quite a comprehensive list of tasty choices….

The All Natural Breyers Ice cream currently includes the following flavors:
Black Raspberry Chocolate
Butter Almond
Butter Pecan
Caramel Praline Crunch
Cherry Vanilla
Chocolate
Chocolate Chip
Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough
Chocolate Crackle
Coffee
Cookies N Cream
Dulce de Leche
Extra Creamy Chocolate, Extra Creamy Vanilla
French Vanilla, Homeade Vanilla, Lactose-Free Vanilla, Natural Vanilla
Mint Chocolate Chip
Nascar Checkered Flag Vanilla and Chocolate
Peach
Rocky Road
Strawberry
Triple Chocolate
Vanilla & Caramel
Vanilla/Chocolate/Strawberry
Vanilla Fudge Brownie
Vanilla Fudge Twirl
Vanilla Ice Cream & Orange Sherbet

Breyers claims that, in addition to their Natural ice cream, their Smooth & Dreamy and Double-Churn fat free icecreams do not sacrifice any of the flavor of the natural versions.

Chekc out some Blue Bell ice cream flavors.

Frozen Yogurt Flavors and Recipes

Frozen yogurt is another favorite summer flavor. Frozen yogurt has a flavor that is similar to that of ice cream or sherbet, but it’s not as rich. It is much lighter tasting, and the flavors are usually as abundant as the flavors of ice cream – you’ll find vanilla frozen yogurt, chocolate frozen yogurt, strawberry frozen yogurt, and everything in between. What draws people to frozen yogurt is that it’s usually seen as a much healthier alternative to ice cream as it is much lower in fat.

There is a pretty good frozen yogurt recipe here. Basically, the recipe involves using vanilla, milk, sugar, gelatin, salt, corn syrup, and of course plain yogurt. You cook some of the ingredients, let them cool, combine the rest, chill them, then pour into an ice cream machine and freeze. The recipe above gives you the specifics.

Classic IceCream Flavors – Chocolate & Vanilla

We all know there are 2 main classic ice cream flavors: Vanilla Ice Cream and Chocolate Ice Cream!

We recently discussed the vanilla classic ice cream flavor in an earlier post. In this post I want to talk about the other Classic Ice Cream Flavor: Chocolate.

Ice cream itself is a combination of milk, cream, sugar, and flavorings, whipped and frozen to form the frosty dessert we know as ice cream. You can add just about any flavor you want to “unflavored” ice cream….there is no question however that one of the most popular – and certainly the other classic flavor in addition to vanilla – is chocolate. Chocolate classic icecream flavor

Chocolate is added in a variety of ways to ice cream – it can come partially in vanilla ice cream in the form of flakes, chips, or swirls – or – ice cream can be completely 100% chocolate flavored!  Each of these different variations of adding the chocolate to the ice cream makes it taste different.  With flakes, the ice cream flavor will taste mostly like vanilla ice cream – basically because the chocolate freezes in little chip chunks.  If you are not chewing the icecream (which you probably are not) then the chocolate flakes disappear down your throat, practically untasted by your tongue.  Chocolate chips in the ice cream however will give you a little bit more chocolate taste.  Chips are big enough that you actually have to chew, so although they too are frozen, you are forced to chew the chips apart before swallowing, resulting in some chocolate flavor.  True chocolate connoisseurs however will go for complete chocolate icecream because it tastes the most like chocolate! It is smooth and you do not have to chew it.  The flavor will be mild and creamy and rich with a chocolate aftertaste. If you like things extra chocolaty, go for a richer flavor such as double chocolate, chocolate fudge, or brownie.In a word: delicious!  Want to make your own? The food network has a nice Chocolate Icecream recipe here.

White chocolate, popcorn, mocha, cake, chips, peppermint

Today’s flavor is white chocolate.  White chocolate is a popular variation of the classic flavor chocolate.  White chocolate flavor has been described as tasting like chocolate but with a milky and smoother flavor. The ingredients for white chocolate include sugar, cocoa butter (the fat from cocoa beans), milk solids, lecithin, sugar, and vanilla.  One notable difference between chocolate and white chocolate is that white chocolate does not contain chocolate liquor or cocoa solids.  Because it does not have any cocoa solids, white chocolate (unlike regular chocolate) does not have any caffeine.  White chocolate should not be confused with milk chocolate. (Milk chocolate actually IS chocolate, and contains sugar, cocoa butter, cocoa liquor, milk, and vanilla.)  Milk chocolate appears as a brown color like chocolate, while white chocolate appears as white.White chocolate is incredibly popular, and many people that do not care for regular chocolate like white chocolate as the flavor is quite different.  Flavorings of white chocolate include white chocolate pepperment bark which is popular around Christmas.  White chocolate fudge is a popular dessert and is described as being creamy, rich, and very sweet – you can find recipes easy online.  White chocolate cheesecake is popular in the supermarkets – a very dense and decadent dessert.  You’ll never find white chocolate popcorn in a movie theater, however if you find a gourmet popcorn bag, you might find this flavor.  Other items which have been flavored successfully with white chocolate include white chocolate mocha (to drink), white chocolate cookies (you can add white chocolate chips to make them), white chocolate pretzels (very popular and easy to find), white chocolate syrup, white chocolate icing, white chocolate liquer, white chocolate m&ms (yes, they exist), and the list goes on and on.White chocolate – great flavor!!