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I made this in the blender with cold
coffee, three large ice cubes and whole milk. I also upped the brown sugar to
two tablespoons and used Starbucks
butter caramel sauce. EDITED: Now that I make this to reflect a healthier lifestyle, I use fat free half-n-half or fat free evaporated milk and sugar free caramel. Tastes the same but less issues with my blood sugars and I don't worry so much about calories.
Very, very good. Subtle sweetness.
Great for those hot days when you want
an iced coffee but don't want to pay
$5 for one from Starbucks.
This was absolutely delicious! I used caramel sauce made for coffee (Torani, I think), but since I'm a wimp if coffee flavor is too strong, I added an additional tablespoon of brown sugar. I really enjoyed it, and even with the extra sugar it wasn't too sweet. I prefer to have this over Starbuck's! And I think next time I will use the recommended amount of brown sugar to give it a try.
Wow, this was good! It reminded me of a quick version of a caramel machiato, but even tastier. I am tempted to come up with a lighter version, but this is so good I think I might just save it for a special treat. I never thought to add brown sugar to coffee. Yummy!
I made this latte with 2% milk (a little more than the recipe called for) instead of the half and half and it was delicious with a lesser calorie count. I also sprinkled some brown sugar on the top because I was serving it to guests and was very happy with the visual result.
This tastes wonderful. I like my coffee a little sweet so I added an extra half tablespoon of brown sugar and 1/4 teaspoon of sugar. Also like I do with all of my coffee drinks...I use ice cream and melt it then use it as creamer. Of course only use these recommendations if you don't mind sugar rushes and crashes.