Three Quick Ways To Get Your Morning Coffee Fix

If you're like most Americans, you probably need that cup of Joe to get going in the morning. In fact, 64 percent of Americans drink at least one cup of coffee a day, making the United States the leading consumer of coffee in the world. One of the most convenient ways to get a freshly brewed cup of coffee is to hit your favorite coffee house. However, this isn't always the quickest way, as you will most likely have to wait in line.

If you need some other ways to get your morning fix and get it quickly, here are three ways to do so.

1. Single Serve Coffee Maker

If you need only one cup of coffee to help you wake up in the mornings, a single-serve coffee maker will do the trick. This type of coffee maker is designed to make just one cup of coffee at a very rapid rate. These coffee makers cost anywhere from $59 to over $300, depending on which features you want.

Single serve coffee makers use k cup pods. These pods come in a variety of different types of coffee, including Starbucks k cup pods and pods made by other coffee chains and coffee brands.

2. Programmable Coffee Maker

If you need to make enough coffee for more than one person in your home, you might want to use a programmable coffee maker. By having one of these types of coffee makers, you'll be able to program your coffee maker the night before so that it starts brewing coffee at a certain time the next day.

Most programmable coffee makers can make a pot of coffee in about 9 minutes, which means you can quickly have access to fresh-tasting coffee each and every morning. You can find a good programmable coffee maker for under $100.

3. Chocolate Covered Coffee Beans

Did you know that instead of drinking your coffee, you can eat it instead? Eating coffee beans is just one more way to quickly get your morning coffee fix. By eating these little delicacies, you will actually get more caffeine into your system than by drinking a cup of coffee.

That's because compared to 95 milligrams of caffeine in one cup of coffee, 28 coffee beans has 336 milligrams of caffeine. If you need energy, you can eat coffee beans covered with dark chocolate, which provides about 216 calories. Chocolate covered coffee beans work especially well for those mornings when you are running late.

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A few years ago I realized that my family didn't eat at home very much. I was really concerned about the health and well-being of my children, so I started thinking about taking some cooking classes. I enrolled in a couple classes at my local community center, and the difference they made was incredible. I was able to learn how to cook things that I knew my family would love, and it was really a positive change. This blog is all about improving your cooking skills and learning more about food. You never know, by having a more thorough understanding of the culinary arts, you might be able to eat a lot better.