7 Coffee House Pastries For Less

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Coffee shops are known for their delicious pastries, but they are also known for their exorbitant prices. These easy to make pastry recipes will taste just like the pastries you can find at your local Starbucks. Now you can dunk one of these scrumptious treats in a cup of home-brewed coffee. You will be shocked by the money you can save just from making coffee and pastries at home. Next time you have guests, put out a plate of your homemade pastries. Your friends and family will be shocked you did not pick these up at Starbucks.

At AllFreeCopycatRecipes.com we feature loads of coffee shop and restaurant recipe favorites. Many of the copycat recipes will cost you way less and will consume less time to make than a run to your coffeehouse.   Whether you are an experienced baker or just a normal person trying to save some money, you can make a perfect pastry. From scones and muffins to croissants and profiteroles, these recipes are easy to make.

Coffee Dipper Scones

Scones are one of the most famous coffee house delights. They are optimal for a big dunk into a steaming cup of freshly brewed coffee. These Starbucks copycat scone recipes do the original version justice and the best part is they cost next to nothing to make.

The Petite Vanilla Bean Scones are a Starbucks classic, but this Starbucks Copycat Petite Vanilla Bean Scones recipe can now be an at-home classic. This simple scone recipe is plain enough to go with everything, but indulgent enough to delight the palate.

This Copycat Starbucks Maple Nut Scones recipe pictured below goes exceptionally well with a cup of joe. The nuttiness of the scone complements the bitterness of coffee. This scone recipe is also the perfect morning treat, with the mix of savory and sweet.

Copycat Starbucks Maple Nut Scones

For the fall, you cannot beat the Starbucks Copycat Double Glazed Pumpkin Scones recipe. Layers of flavor develop each and every bite with this seasonal classic

Extreme Buns and Muffins

Cinnamon buns and muffins are best enjoyed freshly made and from the oven. Remember fresh is better so these pastry recipes will taste superior to the already made muffins and buns available for purchase.

Cinnamon buns are just about as good as it gets for a morning breakfast dessert.  Best right out of the oven, this Mini Cinnamon Buns recipe pictured below is better than any store-brand or cafe bun. This Homemade Starbucks Hot Cocoa Chocolate Chip Muffins recipe is one of the most satisfying sweets you can make at home. Morning, day, or night these muffins are a great snack just like the version found at Starbucks.

Mini Cinnabon Buns

Fanciful European Favorites

Some pastries look too fancy to make, but guess what? They are just as simple and cheap to make at home as plain looking pastries. This Mallorca Sweet Bread recipe pictured below is unassuming looking, but fluffy and delicious. This sweet bread is perfect for dunking in any drink recipe.

Profiteroles are a classic french sweet that look and taste out of this world. When purchased at a coffee shop or store they can be quite expensive, but made at home they cost next to no thing. Try this simple Profiterole recipe for a little more French flavor in your day. The options for homemade pastries are endless and the bulk of them are extremely inexpensive to make. Your home will be the most popular “coffee house” on the block.

Mallorca Sweet Bread

Do you always dunk your coffee house pastries in the coffee or do you enjoy them separately?


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