Quick espresso recipes that will make you feel like a coffee artist

The one thing we all need to start the day is a shot, a concentrated coffee drink created by passing hot water through finely ground coffee beans under high pressure. You guessed it, it’s ‘espresso’, which has unwittingly entered everyone’s life and has become part of our daily routine.

On November 23, the world will celebrate “Espresso Day,” but when we think of making espresso, we think of places that have amazing types of espresso. But why go out when you can make your own espresso, which takes very little time and tastes fantastic?

Rahul Aggarwal, who is the founder and CEO of Coffeeza, has brought three espresso recipes that will make you feel like a coffee artist.

Tiramisu in a glass:

Tiramisu in a glass |


  • 80-100ml Espresso

  • Half cup of mascarpone cheese

  • A quarter cup of icing sugar

  • 8-10 Ladyfinger cookies (Ladyfinger cookies are a classic Italian cookie)

  • Half cup of whipped cream

  • Cocoa powder.


Start by mixing the mascarpone and icing sugar in a bowl. Then add the whipped cream and mix all the ingredients together.

Then put the espresso in another bowl, pour the mixture into it and dip the ladyfingers in it until they are completely submerged.

Just before assembling the dessert, use this procedure.

Assemble the tiramisu by placing a layer of espresso-dipped cookies in the bottom of the glass, followed by a layer of mascarpone cream added to the piping bag.

Repeat the procedure a second time, then sprinkle cocoa powder on top to finish.

Cookie Butter Latte:

Cookie Butter LatteCookie Butter Latte |



Place the ice cubes in a cup after adding the cookie butter to begin the procedure.

Add the cold, frothed milk and mix well in the next step.

Then, to create the layers, slowly pour the cooled espresso into the mixture using a spoon.

Add a cookie and a few crumbs as topping, then top with whipped cream or milk froth.

Vanilla Strawberry Latte:

Vanilla Strawberry LatteVanilla Strawberry Latte |


  • 40ml Espresso

  • Five to six fresh strawberries

  • A tablespoon of vanilla syrup

  • Ice

  • 100-120ml cold frothed milk


First pour the strawberry purée into a glass, then add the vanilla syrup and mix well.

Then stir in the ice and milk that have been cooled and frothy.

Using the back of a spoon, slowly pour the cold espresso into the drink for the next layer. Add a strawberry and some milk froth on top of the drink as garnish.

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