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Caramel Coffee {+ Kraft Hockeyville USA}

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Kraft Heinz. The opinions and text are all mine.


If there’s something our family takes seriously is our love for food and sports. We plan out our game days and the food we’ll make like it’s a sport itself. Some may not understand our passion for it, but in our home it has brought closer and has helped us create memories together.

We have a couple of teams we root for including our local ice hockey team. I can assure you that nothing brings the community together like a local sports game. This is why Kraft is giving a community the chance to win $150,000 in rink upgrades plus the opportunity to host an NHL game. How cool is that?!

If you’ve ever been to an ice hockey game, you know the venue is always chilly. Today I’m sharing a rink-ready recipe that is sure to warm you up and give you something to cheer about. Enjoy!

Caramel Coffee

Ingredients

1-cup of brewed Maxwell House coffee
4 teaspoons of caramel ice cream topping
2 tablespoons of thawed Cool Whip
1 teaspoon chopped chocolate-covered toffee bar

Adapted from Kraft Hockeyville Rink-Ready Recipes

Instructions

1. Brew a cup of Maxwell House coffee and stir in the caramel topping until well blended.
2. Top off coffee with the thawed Cool Whip. (Place in refrigerator for 4 hours before using to make sure it’s thawed out)
3. Sprinkle with toffee pieces. Enjoy!

Am I the only that can eat Cool Whip as is? Seriously, sooo good!

When I need a mid-day break, nothing beats a good cup of coffee. And after the crazy week I’ve had, this was just the treat I needed to help me feel normal again. 😉

For more inspiration and recipe ideas check out Kraft Hockeyville’s Rink-Ready Recipes! I also encourage you to visit Kraft Hockeyville’s website and read the stories of 10 communities who showcase hard work and passion. And don’t forget to vote for your favorite to become the next Kraft Hockeyville USA!

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