We've collected links to five new favorite fall-inspired recipes for you to get your hands around (and that don't hinge on the oh-so-typical Pumkin Spice Latte routine). With notes of alluring cocos and earthy undertones, what's not to love?
This un-fussy and easy-to-make cold weather comforter makes us feel like the windows are already frosted over with early-season snow. Maybe they are.
You can make this in an automatic drip-coffee maker. Imagine setting it up the night before on a timer, then waking up to the tantalizing aroma of indian spices wafting from your kitchen. If that doesn't get you out of bed on a cold autumn morning, we don't know what will.
While this recipe does include some milk (and a lot of coconut) you could easily make it dairy-free by simply swapping the cow's milk for coconut milk. Ta-da! Delicious both ways, any day.
Don't be intimidated by its looks- this is an easy recipe to follow, but may make you late for work if you try to concoct it on a weekday. We suggest saving this decadent devil for an easy Saturday or Sunday to truly be able to savor it.
And to round out this list of delicious fall coffee recipes, here's one that brings to mind frosty walks through the deep deciduous forests surrounded by falling leaves of red, orange and gold.
Maybe we're getting a little too swept up in this, maybe we've just had a bit too much coffee at this point- but what the heck. Try some (or all) of these out and let us know what you think! If you have a great photo of how yours came out, tag us on social and show us where you enjoyed it - @nikitaclothing #nikitanation, we can't wait to see it!