Top 5 Tips for Hosting a Holiday Coffee Party & Chocolate Coffee Bundt Cake Recipe

by Jennifer on November 27, 2012

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I bet some of you are in the midst of planning a Holiday soiree but want to do something original. Why not consider throwing a ‘coffee themed’ party?

Naturally, you would plan on serving some regular, decaffeinated and flavored coffees but what could you serve with them?

Think outside of the coffee cup by offering a variety coffee food! Yes, I wrote coffee based food but what I mean is recipes using coffee in them.

Here are my Top 5 Tips for Hosting a Holiday Coffee Party:

1. I think a Chocolate Coffee Bundt Cake is a perfect pairing with any beverage. Plus, by drinking coffee while eating it would further enhance the coffee flavor in the cake.

2. How about some Coffee & Maple Syrup Glazed Slow Cooker BBQ Ribs? For this delectable finger food (extra napkins please), I used a concentrated coffee syrup.

3. Following on the BBQ finger food theme, serve this Slow Cooker Balsamic Honey Coffee BBQ Pulled Pork Recipe on sliced baguette.

4. If you are looking to serve an adult beverage, plan on serving a Coffee Martini.

5. For dessert, a luscious Mississippi Mud Pie. I mean, really, why not find a way to use coffee ice cream when you can?

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