Coffee and stumptows!
They are my favorite coffee dishes, and the recipe below is for you.
Stumpty is the diminutive version of the Irish coffee drink, a thick, sweet, dark coffee with an aromatic, floral, and fruity aroma.
It’s a classic Irish drink, and is made with a single bean, so the Stumpy is a blend of two coffee beans, which means the beans are the main ingredients.
The beans have to be finely ground, but if you’re feeling a little adventurous, I think you can use any coffee you like.
If you’re looking for a more flavorful coffee, try the Carob Stumpy or the Caffé Macchiato.
Carob stumpets with espresso and espresso ice cream.
The Carob and the Stumpet The most traditional Carob coffee recipe comes from Ireland, and its recipe is pretty simple: mix three cups of ground Carob beans with three tablespoons of espresso.
I’m not really a fan of adding a lot of sugar to the espresso to make it sweet, so I leave it out.
Instead, I add a teaspoon of baking soda to the mixture, which will add a little sweetness to the coffee, but it’s up to you how much you add.
To add the caramelized sugars, you could use a stick blender, but you can also make the caramel by stirring in a few tablespoons of the butter and some sugar.
For the Stumps, you can go with any combination of Carob, Carob with Caramel, or Carob plus Caramel.
I like to use a mixture of Carbo, Carbo with Caramel, Caromba, Carambana, and Carombi, and add a few drops of vanilla extract to the mix.
If you want to add a dash of espresso to the Stummptoweens, you may want to use espresso icecream instead of coffee icecream.
It may sound crazy, but I’m glad to know that you can do it, too.
To make the Carumba, I like a blend that has a bit of creaminess, like a vanilla blend, and it’s good for a little caffeine boost.
For the Macchiacos, I recommend adding one cup of coffee to each of the Stummyptows, which is a little less than half a cup of water.
When I first heard about the Stums, I was skeptical.
They seemed like a little bit too complicated to make.
But the next morning, I tried them out and realized that they are really easy.
I’ve made them a few times since they were introduced, and they’re always a hit.
I also make a version called the Caribou, and I’ve tried it as a drink, too, and you can see the results here: Cariboutes with Carabou coffee drink recipe.