This coffee pie with caramel and Limu is finger liking good. The Ethiopian Limu tastes just like traditional coffee that contains chocolate and caramel flavor, mixed with a touch of lemon. It’s a delicious coffee on its own or combined with chocolate, which is exactly what food bloggers Marleen and Hannah from did. They recently tried our coffees and got inspired. One of the recipes they made with our coffees was this delightful recipe.  Without further ado, this is how you can make this coffee pie with caramel and Limu yourself!

What do you need?

  • 200ml of Limu coffee
  • 200gr of café noir cookies
  • 360gr of pure chocolate
  • 240ml of whipped cream
  • 1 can of concentrated milk
  • 3 “kletskoppen”, crunched

How to make this coffee pie with caramel and Limu?

step 1: Start by removing the lit of the condensed milk and place it in a large pan filled with water, heating it just enough to reach the boiling point. Place a cover over the pan and leave it to rest for about three hours. Take an occasional peek inside the pan to see if there is still enough water inside.

Step 2: Crunch the coffee noir cookies in a food processor and add butter. Use the mixture as bottom for the cake and press it down gently with the back of a spoon. Afterwards, place in the fridge.

Step 3: In the meantime, heat the whipped cream and coffee in a pan (make sure it doesn’t boil).

Step 4: Break the chocolate into pieces and place inside a bowl. Pour the coffee-whipped cream mixture on top of the chocolate pieces and stir with a wooden spoon until all pieces are melted.

Step 5: Pour the mixture of coffee whip cream and chocolate on top of the cake bottom and place back into the fridge.

Step 6: Take the can of condensed milk of out of the pan and leave it to rest for a couple of minutes. Spread the caramel over the crunched “kletskoppen”.