Is There Such A Thing as ‘Too Much Coffee’?
Find yourself waking up to the smell of freshly brewed coffee? Can’t be nice until a cup of coffee (maybe two) is in your system? Reaching for one too many caffeinated sodas in a few hours? Or do you often find yourself getting into trouble with the boss for taking too many coffee breaks? Caffeine is a necessary part of your drink? ‘There is no such thing as too much coffee’ is your come back for every argument based on coffee/caffeine is not good for health? You, my friend, are going to be in trouble if you don’t keep your caffeine intake to 400mg a day. That’s 4 cups of brewed coffee or 10 cans of cola. Here’s a few ways to reduce the coffee you drink and still enjoy your caffeine.
1. A cup of your favourite coffee when you wake up
Because no one should be deprived of their morning cuppa. Especially if it calms the beast.
2. Dark chocolate Coffee Mousse
Dark chocolate is good for health, and a teaspoon of coffee is all this mousse uses. That’s less than your coffee brew!
3. Tiramisu Panna Cotta
We said we’d help you reduce the coffee you drink. The caffeine in a dessert is definitely lesser than the caffeine in your coffee.
4. Mocha Oatmeal Cookies
These are cookies not coffee. Less caffeine than that cup of coffee you’ve go in your hand!
5. Coffee ice cream
On a hot day as today you’re telling me hot coffee is what you still want?
Sometimes you need that kick from soda that a cuppa can’t have.
7. Coffee crème éclairs
Chocolate éclairs are drool worthy but a coffee crème éclair is a dream come true!
We said we’d help you reduce the coffee you drink, nobody said anything about ‘too much dessert’! The caffeine in a dessert is definitely lesser than the caffeine in your coffee.