Teal and orange in the morning, a bit of white bread, a slice of bacon, and coffee in the afternoon. 

This is what you need for the most enjoyable cup of coffee in your life. 

It’s a classic recipe that’s easy to replicate, but I can’t say I’ve tried it for real. 

You could, of course, just grab a cup of your favourite joe and enjoy a cup on your own. 

I did though, and it turned out to be a bit more interesting than you might think. 

If you’re going to try the joe-and-coffee recipe, I recommend you start with a smaller cup of joe. 

As you can see, the coffee itself has a lot of coffee and is a little salty, so I like to start with the small cup. 

When I’m cooking with joe, I usually start with two or three tablespoons. 

In the picture above, you can’t really tell that I’m using the whole cup because the little bits of bacon are still in the mix. 

The coffee has already got that coffee flavour and the bacon adds a bit to it. 

So I’m going to use half the coffee and half the bacon. 

Once you’ve got a nice amount of coffee, I just take a scoop of the mixture and fill it with the rest of the joey. 

That’ll be enough for two or so cups. 

After that, I pour the mixture into my blender and blend it with a spatula until you have a nice smooth coffee-like consistency. 

A little bit of milk will help it to settle into a smooth consistency.

This is just a taste test, but if you have any questions or comments about this recipe, feel free to email me. 

Have you ever tried a joe or two at home? 

Do you use it for breakfast or lunch? 

Have any other tips to share? 

Let me know in the comments below!