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Recipes That Make It Easy to Consume Coffee All Day

5-Minute Healthy Tiramisu with Raspberries

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This tiramisu is ready in just five minutes! It's packed with 7g of fiber and 8g of protein to keep you satisfied and prevent the post-dessert crash you'll get with other desserts.

I lightened up traditional tiramisu by swapping out mascarpone cheese, whipped cream, and egg yolks for low-fat Greek yogurt and almond milk. You can also reduce the sugar and refined carbs by using whole-grain, low-sugar cookies (like these great cookie recipes). If you want this recipe to be gluten-free, use your favorite gluten-free cookies. Did I mention it's coated in dark chocolate shavings? This could be love.

Get the recipe: Healthy Tiramisu with Raspberries

Photo: 80 Twenty Nutrition

Peppermint Mocha Overnight Oats

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Overnight oats recipes can change your mornings for the better, and this one takes a Starbucks holiday favorite and turns it into a protein-packed, festive, make-ahead breakfast. Dietitian Lauren Harris-Pincus of Nutrition Starring YOU has figured out how you can get your morning cup of joe combined with oatmeal goodness to keep you full all morning.

Get the recipe: Peppermint Mocha Overnight Oats

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Smoky BBQ Coffee Spice Rub

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This spice rub from Better with Cake is gluten-free, vegan, and Paleo-friendly. It's delicious on chicken, pork, or beef and gives extra oomph to tofu. Plus, it's lower in salt and free of preservatives (unlike some store-bought spice rubs) and makes a perfect homemade gift for any food lover.

Get the recipe: Smoky BBQ Coffee Spice Rub

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Brazilian Beef Stew

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This warm and cozy stew is a protein- and iron-packed way to get your caffeine fix (and keep you warm all through the winter). It's loaded with flavor thanks to two cups of coffee, plus white wine, garlic, and caramelized onions. Yummmm.

Get the recipe: Brazilian Beef Stew

Photo: A Healthy Life for Me

Coffee Loaf Cake with Dark Chocolate Drizzle

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This loaf cake is a yummy snack or dessert that features instant coffee crystals to get its rich mocha flavor (like these other delicious coffee desserts). It's made with whole-grain flour and Greek yogurt for extra fiber and protein while slashing fat and calories. You know what it would pair perfectly with? You guessed it: a cup of joe!

Get the recipe: Coffee Loaf Cake with Dark Chocolate Drizzle

Photo: Amy's Healthy Baking

Rosemary Coffee Marinated Tofu

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Tofu absorbs any flavor (like coffee!) you add to it. Just two pieces of this tofu offer more than 11g of plant-based protein which means it's extra effective for weight loss.

Get the recipe: Rosemary Coffee Marinated Tofu

Photo: Live Eat Learn

Black Bean Coffee Chili

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This chili is a satisfying vegetarian meal you can pair with corn tortillas for delicious enchiladas, a perfect twist on a classic chili. Not only does it have richness and antioxidants thanks to the coffee, it also contains cocoa for some extra goodness. Coffee and chocolate for lunch? This dietitian says !

Get the recipe: Black Bean Coffee Chili

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Double Chocolate Mocha Muffins

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These sweet treats are less than 200 calories each. They also freeze well for when you need a quick coffee fix and you're in a rush to grab a bite to eat.

Get the recipe: Double Chocolate Mocha Muffins

Photo: A Pinch of Healthy


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