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Dandy Blend is so much more than a delicious, herbal alternative to coffee. You can enjoy it any time of day, and even use it in recipes that call for coffee. Today, we’re sharing a list of the best Dandy Blend recipes. They each use Dandy Blend as an ingredient in place of espresso powder, instant coffee, and more–without the caffeine, crash or jitters.

Scoop with cocoa powder and chopped chocolate chunks

Using Dandy Blend As An Ingredient

Using Dandy Blend as an ingredient replacement is easy. Simply use Dandy Blend as a 1:1 replacement for any espresso powder, instant coffee, or drip coffee. If you need to use prepared coffee in a recipe, just add a spoonful into a cup filled with any liquid at any temperature, give it a stir, and it’s ready to go. One of the beautiful things about Dandy Blend is it tastes very similar to aromatic, bold coffee. The best Dandy Blend recipes being shared today taste exactly the same as their coffee-filled versions, without the unwanted caffeine content.

Best Dandy Blend Recipes

Our recipe rundown contains the best Dandy Blend recipes of all kinds that call for our delicious herbal alternative instead of coffee. This way, you can enjoy the tasty recipes you love any time of day, without worrying about caffeine. With over 15 recipes to enjoy, from cookies to cola, we know you’re going to fall in love with cooking with Dandy Blend.

Here are all of the recipes you can find in our recipe download:

Lattes

  • Dandy Cinnamon-Nutmeg Latte
  • Dandy Baileys
  • Dandy Hot Chocolate
  • Dandy Chocolate Milk
  • Summer Dandy
  • Dandy Protein Latte
Dandy Blend pumpkin spice latte recipe

Dandy Blend Beverages

  • Dandy Shake
  • Dandy Malt
  • Dandy Cola

Desserts

  • Dandy Blend Ice Cream
  • Mocha Mock Mousse
  • Dandy Cookies
  • Dandy-Dandelion Creme Brûlée
  • Dandy Tiramisu
  • Dandy Eclair Cake
  • Dandy Blend Glazed Angel Cake
  • Liquid Mounds Bar

Happy Sipping!

*Disclaimer
Dandy Blend is not a supplement or medicine. Any health related questions or concerns, we always recommend consulting with your primary care physician.

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