Despite the revolutionary single-serve technology, Keurig® coffee makers are simple machines. You put one K-Cup® pod in the brewer, push one button, and get one cup filled with joe.
Sure, we all have questions about our Keurig® coffee makers. Can I make iced coffee? How do I clean it? What type of water should I use? These are all logical questions. Yet, some among us complicate the process.
In this article, we will share actual Google searches about Keurig® coffee makers. And, we will explain why the questions never should have been asked in the first place.
Why are you even asking this question? Maybe there are tiny bugs flying around this persons Keurig® coffee maker. If that is the case, there are bigger issues at hand. Or maybe they want to devise a gnat trap using a K-Cup® pod. Who knows but, we will skip the gnats in our coffee and stick to cream and sugar instead.
Technically, you can eat an apple cider K-Cup® pod. They are made from all-natural ingredients. So, chow down! But, we recommend skipping the plastic parts.
No. Hard stop. We have seen this question dozens of times. Do not put anything in your Keurig® coffee maker other than coffee or water. If you put milk in the water reservoir, you will cause irreversible damage and void the warranty. Plus, is it so hard to add milk AFTER the coffee is in your mug?
Maybe. But do you really want to buy your K-Cup® pods at a gas station? You have come this far, don’t get cheap now. We are talking about gourmet coffee to use in your high-tech machine. You should buy the pods from a distributor or at least at a reputable grocery store.
Hopefully, this person just bought their Keurig® brewer. And, we guess they have never been to a hotel room before. Probably still use an old Bunn brewer at work. And, have no friends with coffee makers. Otherwise, one would know that you do not have to open a K-Cup® pod. You place the entire capsule in the coffee maker, lower the lid, and push brew.
Sure, you can dump the coffee from a K-Cup® pod in a regular coffee maker. But, you are going to need 12 of them to make one pot. Wouldn’t it be cleaner, easier, and cheaper to make them in your Keurig® coffee maker?
You don’t. There is no need to put anything in your K-Cup® pods including coffee beans. The capsule already comes filled with coffee grounds and a filter. Besides, once you remove or tamper with the lid, the pod is no longer useable.