Coffee Cream Cheese Spread

Coffee Cream Cheese Spread

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"Even folks who don't care for coffee can't resist this mild-flavored spread. It's a fun way to dress up homemade breads. --Ruth Hastings, Louisville, Illinois"
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5 m servings
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  1. In a small mixing bowl, beat cream cheese, confectioners' sugar and coffee granules until light and fluffy. Serve with bread, bagels or toast. Store in the refrigerator.

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I made this as a schmear inside stuffed french toast. I did not try it but the family thought it was great. My husband spread the rest on toast for a snack and said it got better the longer it s...

I needed a quick recipe to bring an appetizer over to a friends house and this fit the bill. It whipped up in literal seconds, and it tasted really good. I asked my husband to sample it and he s...

This was amazing! I added Starbucks Coffee Liquor and more of the sugar to thicken it. I also used the chocolate and vanilla straws to dip (see picture) and stuck them out of the bowl all around...

Just a great simple spread for quick breads. Added just a sprinkling or two of cinnamon and served with zucchini bread. Yummy!! Thanks for the recipe!

Very easy & very good. I added walnut pieces because I had some on hand. I served it with chocolate graham crackers.

Yuuuuuuuuummmmmmmmmmmm. Tastes really good on pumpkin bread.

This was delicious! My husband (who is a big coffee fan) and I both loved it! I served it on homemade bran muffins - perfect combination of flavors.

Thank you Ruth Hastings and AllRecipes.com! I need a fast, but tasty and classy appetizer for a Christmas party and this was wonderful! I served with storebought Cranberry Walnut bread, and add ...

I needed a spread for pumpkin bread. I found this one, but substituted a little left over canned pumpkin for the coffee. Great!

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