This Vietnamese Coffee Recipe post was created in partnership with Ninja Coffee Bar® System.
I received complimentary products and compensation to facilitate my review, but all opinions within are my own.
Be sure to enter the giveaway at the bottom for your chance to win the Ninja Coffee Bar® System!
The holidays are in full swing now and I just love this time of year! Our weekends are always jam-packed with fun activities and there’s so much to look forward to, especially when we have friends and family in town to visit. I’m usually up early even on the weekends with the kiddos and I like to ease into the day with a coffee. The Ninja Coffee Bar® System recently made its way into our home and I can honestly say that it has changed the game for our weekend mornings! The Ninja Coffee Bar® System is like having a coffeehouse inside our home and I love that I can get creative with so many different drink options. While I typically opt for the single-cup serving on weekdays, I love that there are six different sizes to choose from including an XL cup (for those days I know I’ll need more than one cup of coffee…) all the way up to a 50 oz carafe (for those days when we all need a cup of coffee. 🙂
Because there are no pods involved, I have the flexibility to use my own choice of coffee grounds and even personalize the intensity. There’s even a built-in frother on the side that I love using to whip my milk into a rich, silky microfoam that’s perfect for cappuccinos!
One of my favorite coffee drinks is Vietnamese coffee and previously it had always been a drink that I only enjoyed whenever I was dining out. After experimenting with the Ninja Coffee Bar® System a few weekends ago, I figured out an incredible DIY Vietnamese coffee recipe that is absolutely delicious (and so so easy too!).
Vietnamese Coffee Recipe
- 2 Ninja® Big Scoops (or 4 tablespoons) ground coffee
- 1/8 teaspoon ground cinnamon
- 1/8 teaspoon ground ginger
- 1/8 teaspoon ground cardamom
- 1 piece fresh orange peel, pith removed
- 1 tablespoon sweetened condensed milk
- Stir together the ground coffee, cinnamon, ginger, and cardamom; place into the brew basket.
- Place the orange peel into a mug; set mug in place to brew.
- Press the Cafe Forte button.
- When brew is complete, gently stir in sweetened condensed milk.
The Ninja Coffee Bar® System has a proprietary Cafe Forte brew option that amplifies the bean’s unique, natural, and subtle flavors. It’s perfect for Vietnamese coffee and I just love the way the enhanced flavors blend with the orange peel and spices.
I couldn’t be more excited to let you know that I’m giving away a Ninja Coffee Bar® System (ARV $200) to my readers!
Open to US readers only. Contest ends Sunday, December 18 11:59pm.
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