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Would you be surprised to learn that almost half of all Americans, 44%, drink coffee with breakfast?
What is the best thing to eat in the morning with that cup of joe? Are there certain go-to coffee snacks? While some shops are serving up the best things to eat for breakfast, some cater to what goes well with your morning brew.
What are the best coffee and food pairings? What goes with coffee as well as cheese goes with wine? Check out this article to learn what tops the list of coffee and food combos.
On a busy morning, you might just grab a granola bar to scarf down with your morning coffee, but you can broaden your horizons with some of these great coffee and food ideas.
Stop right there! Nutella in a tart? Sounds pretty amazing on its own, right? The cocoa in the Nutella goes great with most types of coffee, but if you just can’t get enough, try it with a Nutella Latte.
Classic French toast or a gourmet recipe with salted caramel and pecans or berry marscarpone pairs well with a chai or mocha latte.
This classic Italian dessert has coffee in the recipe so of course it goes well with a cup of mud. Tiramisu with all its creamy deliciousness tastes even better with an espresso or a mocha latte.
I know, I know. Scones go with tea, but it’s not an exclusive relationship. The fruit variety, like blueberry scones, pair well with a cappuccino. Plain or unflavored scones go well with a nutty-flavored coffee.
Croissants with their flaky, buttery layers are a little slice of heaven alone, but paired with coffee?! Over-the-top delicious! Coffee compliments and intensifies the sweetness of the croissant. Try dunking it in your next cup of joe!
Yes, it’s a healthy cookie, so it’s okay to indulge once and a while with your cup of mud. The light flavor of oatmeal cookies is perfect for a macchiato coffee.
Dr. Suess may not have included coffee in the fifty words he used in Green Eggs and Ham, but he should have. A cup of red eye coffee was made for an egg and ham breakfast or brunch.
Belgian waffles…light, fluffy, crispy, and don’t forget delicious! Our Classic, Make it a la Mode, Banana Nutella or Apple Cinnamon Chip all pair well a flat white or any of our lattes.
Now you’ve seen the top foods to pair with your beloved brew. Which is your favorite? Here at Cupitol Coffee and Eatery, we specialize in serving up the best coffee and food and not just for breakfast. Visit us and see for yourself all we offer.
There’s great news for the 64% of Americans who get a java jolt every day: coffee is good for you!
Yes, coffee—even if decaffeinated—delivers real health benefits. While this doesn’t mean you should drink a pot of joe every day, coffee in moderation can be part of a healthy, balanced diet.
Here are some of the reasons why you may want to drink coffee regularly.
Coffee is a great source of antioxidants, the natural food substance that helps fight free radicals. Free radicals are those rascal molecules that may contribute towards developing diseases such as diabetes and cancer.
In particular, coffee contains high levels of polyphenols, the same natural chemical found in red wine, berries, and dark chocolate. Regular coffee drinkers get a healthy dose of polyphenols even if they’re not consuming those other foods every day.
Drinking coffee may help lower your risk of developing heart disease and other health conditions thanks to its antioxidants.
Regular coffee consumption may fight dementia and Alzheimer’s. A study found that drinking three to five cups of coffee a day is associated with a 65% decreased risk of developing cognitive decline later in life.
The coffee in the study was caffeinated, which suggests that its stimulating effects support memory and brain function.
A British study found that adults who drank up to eight cups of coffee daily lowered their risk of death over a ten year period.
More research will be needed to determine exactly why coffee extends a lifespan, but it could be because of its antioxidant content.
If you want to keep your smile healthy and the dentist’s drill away, drink black coffee. It’s been linked to a decreased risk of getting cavities. Strong black coffee neutralizes bacteria on the teeth that can cause decay.
However, the key word here is black. Coffee with added sweeteners and dairy products can contribute to tooth decay. Coffee in any form can also stain your teeth.
Drinking coffee has been linked to a decreased risk of developing colorectal cancer. The news gets even better: the more coffee consumed, the more the risk drops.
Still even better is the fact that the study found that all types of coffee, including instant, brewed, decaffeinated, and caffeinated fight against the disease. Whatever your idea of what goes into the perfect cup of coffee, it can lower your risk.
A ten-year study that followed female nurses found that those who drank two to three cups of coffee each day lowered their suicide risk. Coffee has also been linked to a decrease in depression, suggesting that the beverage may help people feel happier and more confident.
Now that you know all the great reasons to drink coffee and how it can benefit your health, wouldn’t you love to stop into Cupitol for a fresh brewed cup?
Come visit one of our two locations and enjoy one of our coffee drinks from our menu. They’re available all day!