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I grew up in a home full of coffee drinkers and I started drinking coffee when I was 15. But now I live in a home where I’m the only coffee drinker and brewing a whole pot of coffee (or even half a pot) for little ole me, just doesn’t make sense. Not because I wouldn’t drink half a pot (or a whole one at that), but because I like my coffee brewed fresh.
And this is my solution…
It’s Maxwell House Coffee, (just like my Mama used!) in a single serving cup that you make in your Keurig machine. Genius! And just like the ground Maxwell House Coffee that you know and love from the cans and canisters, the single serve cups of coffee are ‘good to the last drop.’ The Maxwell House Single Serve Cups come in three varieties; House Blend, French Roast and Breakfast Blend.
I went to Walmart to find some of these new single serve cups to enjoy at home – I bought both the French Roast and the House Blend.
Neither of the stores I went to had the Breakfast Blend, but I’ll be on the lookout for that one in the future. If you’d like to see my shopping trip(s) in pictures make sure to check out my Google + album.
I consider myself a bit of a coffee snob, and I was very impressed with the Maxwell House Café Collection French Roast. It’s a nice bold, strong cup of coffee, just the way I like it.
It is priced at $7.28 at our Walmart for a box of 12 single serving cups. That’s just over 60¢ a cup for a fresh brewed mug of coffee, far cheaper than heading to a coffee house.
With summer coming quickly upon us, you might prefer to make an iced coffee – which is really easy to do with Maxwell House Single Serve Cups. I made a S’mores Iced Coffee.
I just brewed the French Roast variety on the 8 oz setting. I then poured 8 oz. of ice and the coffee into the blender with 2 oz of S’mores flavored coffee creamer. Blended it up and then added 8 oz more of ice and blended it again. This will make two 8 oz cups of iced coffee or one large 16 oz. serving. Garnish the blended iced coffee with whipped cream, some graham cracker crumbs and a chocolate piece.
This was also good to the last drop! Really good!
Look for Maxwell House Single Serve Cups in the coffee aisle at Walmart.