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TIPS & RECIPES

More ways to feel happy and healthy with Good Time!

Coffee and cake

Vegan Mushroom Coffee Brownies

Thick, fudgy easy vegan brownies that taste decadent but use simple, healthy ingredients. Made without eggs or butter. Everyone loves them!

Recipe

Baking Instructions:

  • Bake at 350 degrees for 15 minutes or until the edges are lightly browned

Enjoy!

Try Making Sun Tea

This is the perfect way to make tea if your short on time!

Simply put your favorite Good Time tea into a glass container and set it outside on a nice day. Let it steep all day in the sun and enjoy your tea fully brewed by nature.

*1 tbsp of loose tea leaves = one cup of tea

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Mushroom Coffee Steak Rub

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Try using our ground coffee as a steak rub. This gives your steak or meat of choice great flavor and can level up your next grill day!

  • First find a good binder for your steak (mustard works very well)

  • Add some seasoning salt and pepper to both sides of the steak

  • Lastly coat with your favorite roast of Good Time Coffee (dark roast is our favorite) and cook to preferred temperature

*2 tbsps of ground coffee per 1lb of meat

Coffee Face Scrub

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Your brewed coffee grounds don't have to go to waste just yet. Try using the spent grounds as a face scrub.

Before going to bed spread some coffee grounds on your pores and let them sit for 15 minutes.

Using coffee on your skin helps exfoliate and lift away dead skin cells leaving you with radiant, glowing skin.

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Natural Fertilizer

Combined used coffee grounds and eggshells to create a natural fertilizer that cam be used in your garden or houseplants.

2 parts coffee grounds
1 part eggshells


Add your fertilizer to your already damp soil and watch your plants grow!


*Coffee grounds can also be used as a soil for many types of mushrooms, Lion's Mane grows great in used coffee grounds!

Coffee Tie Dye

Next time you want a DIY project or want to make something interesting, try using coffee as a tie dye.

The natural brown color goes great with all sorts of clothes including t-shirts, pants, sweatshirts, and even shoes.

See what cool projects you can come up with by using coffee or our hibiscus tea to make a red dye!

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Tea Odor Absorber

Tea can be used as a great natural odor absorber and eliminator.

Simply add some already brewed tea, water, and some lemon juice into a spray bottle and spray on your furniture, bathroom surfaces or anywhere in the house to get rid of odors naturally!

*We recommend using the hibiscus tea for a nice lemony scent!

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