We know eating your coffee is not the most traditional way to consume coffee, so what better way to embrace that than bring it to a whole new level with some unique and tasty coffee snacks! We've tried just about everything with these bars, and here are some of our top contenders for the best way to eat your Eat Your Coffee Bars (yes, that is how you'd say that).
Long before goateed baristas pulled single-origin shots in Brooklyn, and many decades before Brooklyn native and Starbucks mogul Howard Schultz got the idea to bring European coffee culture stateside, The Roosevelt Family built a New York Coffee chain! Why isn't it still around? Read to find out!
It’s no secret that we’re big caffeine fans here at Eat Your Coffee. Honestly, what else would you expect from the people behind a company that sells coffee bars? Whether we’re craving an early morning kick or a mid-afternoon pick-me-up, caffeine is our best bud. Here's a list of food you most likely wouldn't expect your caffeine to be coming from.
There are a few basic rules to follow to avoid being considered “uncivilized”: here we have created a short glossary to understand what your options are and to avoid committing serious mistakes at the counter. It can be intimidating, but this list can help!
When you need an extra burst of energy, a bar made from real coffee beans can provide the extra energy needed for you to make it through the day and if you manage to find a bar that is made from whole foods, that is even better!
One of the hardest parts of any diet plan is deciding what to have for a snack. When hunger hits, the best low calorie snacks should leave you energized and satisfied without consuming a lot of non-essential calories.
Endurance athletes burn a lot of calories… a lot. It is not unusual for a competitive athlete to burn 6,000 calories a day, and if you're an endurance athlete, you know you need to keep your caloric intake high. Doing this will boost athletic performance, rebuild muscle tissue, and provide some much-needed fuel for your body. One of the biggest sources that endurance athletes use for nutrition are energy bars.
The health food market in the United States is a billion-dollar market and growing. Energy bars are marketed as an alternative food to fuel our bodies, and they are the go-to snack for many people before and after a workout. However, a lot of people grab an energy bar for a quick mid-afternoon snack or for their go-to breakfast bar.
Eat Your Coffee has been featured in The Penny Hoarder, one of the world's largest personal finance websites with 1-+ million monthly readers. Check out their article on us: New Grounds Food Feature to learn more about how you can now eat your coffee!
With the chaos that comes along with Labor Day, how are you supposed to have the energy to keep up? Don't worry, Eat Your Coffee has a quick-bake treat that will keep you energized through your whole party!
Nowadays, food can have a lot of labels on it that try to answer questions like where the ingredients come from or how the food got from the farm to the store. Have you ever wondering what Fair Trade means or if it matters? Read to see how much it matters to farmers and organizations alike.