When there’s gloomy weather outside the window and no desire to get up in the morning, it is worth treating yourself with something tasty. Many people cannot imagine their lives without coffee. This drink has taken a special place in people’s hearts worldwide and has become the number one drink. It’s not for nothing that there is a huge number of spots where you can take coffee to go and even a bigger number of cute places where people like to meet with friends over a cup of cappuccino. However, if you like the taste and smell of coffee, you can expand your horizons and pamper yourself with a piece of a delicious coffee pie. True admirers choose only good coffee beans for cold brew and other ways of preparation since the quality of beans is crucial here. So, when you decide to bake your pie, make sure to grab coffee beans of high quality not to spoil its taste.
Coffee pie with prunes
First, you need to make robust coffee in a cezve, as usual, just make sure to use freshly ground beans. It is important to get a wonderful bright aroma. Immediately add about 150 gr of sugar and 2 tbsp of honey to the coffee, stir everything well. Rinse thoroughly about 150 gr of prunes, and if they are harder than necessary, cover them with hot water and leave for six minutes. Dry them with a paper towel and cut into pieces. Add prunes to the mixture of coffee, honey, and sugar.
Next, take about 270 gr of flour, combine it with 1tsp of baking powder and introduce slowly to the liquid, actively stirring the blend. Whisk the dough a little with a mixer, but do not overdo it. Otherwise, the pie will be too dense. Heat up the oven to 180 degrees. The oven must be preheated to 170 or 180 degrees. Place the dough into a pie pan and bake for 47 minutes.
Coffee pie with yogurt
Take yogurt out of the fridge beforehand (150 ml) since it should be of room temperature by the beginning of cooking. Make espresso, and if you don’t have a coffee machine, study a budget coffee makers buying guide, so that you can do everything right the next time. You can now replace it with 3 tsp of instant coffee and use a mixer to whip it with yogurt. Take 2 eggs and whip them carefully with 200 gr of sugar. Combine the yogurt-coffee mixture with the egg-sugar mixture, stirring everything with a mixer at the minimum speed.
Gradually add 250 gr flour to the blend, turning into a sticky mass. Add to it about 100 gr of soft batter (it is worth getting it out of the fridge in advance) and ½ tsp of baking powder. Stir everything again with a mixer to make it smooth.
Spread the mold with butter, place the dough into it, and heat up the oven to 180 C and place it there for about 47 minutes.
Coffee pie with sour cream in a multicooker
If you have a multicooker, you can try to make a pie in it. First, you should whip 7 tbsp of sugar with 2 eggs for about two or three minutes to get the airy foam at the end. Make about 10 ml of robust coffee.
Add 250 ml of fat sour cream, coffee, and 1 tsp of baking powder to the egg blend and stir everything gently. Gradually add about 250 gr of flour to the blend and carefully stir everything again. Whisk the blend with a mixer at the low speed. Spread a bowl with butter, place the dough into it, and cook the pie in the baking mode for at least 50-60 minutes. Make sour cream frosting by mixing 3 tbsp of sour cream with 6 tsp of powdered sugar. Cover the baked pie with icing and serve.
Coffee pie with banana
Whip 3 eggs with 200 gr of sugar to create a foam. Add about 90 gr of soft butter to the egg mixture, pour in 120 ml of milk, and whisk everything. Now gradually add 240 gr of flour along with 10 ml of coffee and vanilla to taste. Also, add 1 tsp of baking powder. Peel and cut the 1 big ripe banana into small rings or cubes and add to the dough. Place the dough into a spread mold, heat up the oven to 170 degrees and bake for about 47 minutes.
Coffee pie with apple
In a large bowl, combine 100 gr of soft butter and 300 gr of sugar until smooth. Add 3 big eggs one at a time, whipping well after adding each. Sprinkle with 1,5 tsp of vanilla and stir well again.
In a bowl, combine 550 gr of flour, 2 tsp of baking powder, and ¾ tsp of salt. Add to the creamy blend, alternating with 250 ml of sour cream. Cut 5 big apples and combine with the blend. Put everything into a spread baking mold.
For the topping, combine 120 gr of brown sugar, 50 gr of flour, 10 ml of freshly made coffee, and 1 tsp of cinnamon in a small bowl. Cut 50 gr of cold butter into small slices. Stir everything until the mixture looks like a rough crumb. Sprinkle over dough. Heat up the oven to 180 C and bake for about 47-50 minutes.