Vegan hazelnut coffee with a cultural twist! This Turkish style vegan coffee recipe makes a decadent coffee shop drink at home! It’s easy to make on the stove top with simple ingredients, and it’s a dairy free recipe, too. Vegan hazelnut coffee that you sip and savor!
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of WhiteWave Foods. The opinions and text are all mine.
Have you ever tried Turkish Style coffee? I mean, like the real deal? It doesn’t involve hazelnut creamer, but it does involve sweetening it, then cooking on the stove until it’s nice and frothy. The taste is similar to espresso, rich yet still a perfect “shot” of coffee to sip on. Well friends, I think you’re gonna like where I’m going with this today. Turkish Style Vegan Hazelnut Coffee, a little bit of cultural coffee fusion to make your coffee morning moment better! No to mention more ROBUST!
You see, you all know that I my father in law owned a coffee farm in Hawaii, right? Remember, I spoke about my love for it in my Thai Iced Vegan Coffee recipe. Anyway, that kinda made me a coffee snob. I blame my husband. But the good news is it EXPANDED my horizon when it came to preparing coffee. That is without losing it’s quality or making it super duper sugar loaded. I learned it’s all about process and that a little goes a long way.
I also learned that the type of coffee BEAN you use is crucial and that adding creamer (or in this case, dairy free vegan hazelnut creamer) is even better when heated on the stove! Turkish style coffee is pretty much AWESOME for practicing that!
I’m going to make you fall in love with you morning routine with this Turkish Style vegan coffee recipe, using Dairy Free Hazelnut So Delicious Creamer.
The Oh so Yummy So Delicious dairy free creamer came from those beautiful red isles. You know where that is, right? TARGET! Target has a whole new line of Better for you Coffee Creamers (organic and dairy free) in the dairy section. But I am warning you….. they disappear FAST! Like real fast!
Okay, before we jump to this vegan hazelnut coffee recipe, let me first let me explain how you make traditional Turkish Style Coffee. And then I’ll explain how I tweaked it, just a tad.
Turkish Coffee, or some may call this, Greek coffee, is made on the stop stop with a Greek briki (a small of pot with a long handle that’s used to boil coffee). Turkish coffee creates a froth on its surface almost like an espresso. It’s also notable for the way it’s ground. You gotta make it SUPER FINE ya’ll! I blended a my Arabica coffee beans a little longer in the coffee grinder, until it almost turned into a powder.
The coffee is then simmered (or soft boiled) with the water and sugar, but in this case, I subbed the extra sugar with so delicious vegan hazelnut coffee creamer. After simmering, the coffee is not filtered out.
Now here’s where I tweak it. I did not use a Bikri, obviously. Instead I used a small pot on the stove and add in a vegan hazelnut coffee creamer, to make it even more frothier. Yes, my tweak still AMAZING! I may be bias.
But don’t worry, you won’t actually drink the grinds at the bottom. Trust me, it works and is SOOOOO good!
I know, I know. You’re thinking… “coffee.. on a stove and unfiltered?” Yes, it’s SO easy, yum, and extra fancy without actually being fancy! You’ll get a homemade coffee shop drink in less than 10 minutes.
Except this Turkish style vegan hazelnut coffee is free, it’s made with real ingredients, and it’s quite cozy and delicious!!Print
- 1-2 tbsp finely ground (powdered) arabica coffee (or dark roast)
- 8-10 oz purified filtered water
- 1 tsp coconut sugar
- 1/8 to 1/4 c Vegan Hazelnut Coffee Creamer
- pinch of nutmeg
- optional 1 tsp Vanilla extract
- First grind your coffee beans into a very fine coffee powder. A grinder works, just hold down and keep grinder for a while.
- Next place your water into a small pot. Add 1-2 tbsp of your coffee powder and your sugar.
- Let the coffee sink to the bottom of the pot and then dissolve the sugar with the water.
- Heat the coffee on low until you get a soft boil. You will start to see a foam on top.
- Once that happens, add in your vegan cream. Let it come back up to a soft boil, then remove immediately and pour into demi cups or small glass cups.
- leave the “sludge” at the bottom of the pan.
- Scoop any extra foam on top into your cups.
- Sprinkle with nutmeg.
- If adding Vanilla, do so with the sugar.
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Did I mention this is also great for when you go camping? Just roast over an open fire. Uh, not that you are going camping anytime during Fall or Winter, but you get my point. A coffee hack you can use anywhere really. Better than instant, better than the trip to the $$ coffee shop, and just plain BETTER for YOU! Oh yea people, get your Vegan HAZELNUT Coffee fix at home and made REAL GOOD!
Dang, makes me want to jet over to Turkey or Greece just to pick up an Bikiri. Anyone want to sponsor that trip? Kidding.. maybe. Instead, I’ll hop on over to my local Target. It’s more economical and a trip I make daily anyway. Haha!
Mmmmm, I adore Turkish vegan hazelnut coffee.
Have you ever tried Turkish Coffee or Greek Coffee? What’s your favorite Vegan Creamer? I’m also hooked on So delicious Plain Dairy Free Coconut Creamer. What can I say, I am better for you creamer connoisseur these days. Don’t judge, just join me! Mmm k?
Tis the season for slow sippin and extra cups of hot coffee.
Stove top, Turkish style, and all!
This Turkish Style Vegan Hazelnut Coffee recipe is sponsored by my White Wave Foods Friends! Thanks for letting me share their line of creamers at Target. Go check them out ASAP! Mmm k?
Check out Target’s Cartwheel App for 20% off on International Delight Simply Pure, Horizon, Silk and So Delicious creamers from 9/25/2016 – 10/22/2016.
What’s your favorite way to create a coffee moment? Do you have any fun coffee hacks?
Vegan Hazelnut Coffee with So Delicious Dairy free Creamer –> my new FALL favorite. FOR SURE!