Make this coffeehouse-style Brûlée Caramel Coffee at home in just minutes! Coffee, milk, caramel sauce and a touch of brown sugar come together to make a sweet caramel coffee treat!
One look around my kitchen, and you would immediately realize that I’m coffee obsessed. I have a coffee maker, two French presses, a cold brewer, and a stovetop espresso maker. While I normally take my coffee black or with just a splash of milk, every once in awhile I like to make something a little fancier.
Because I still had a small jar of bourbon caramel sauce left over from my Apple & Pecan Tart, I knew some sort of fancy coffeehouse-style caramel-coffee-delicious drink was in order. I was going for something reminiscent of a Starbucks caramel macchiato or caramel latte. No worries if you don’t have homemade caramel – you can use any sort of store-bought caramel sauce for this, too!
About this Caramel Coffee:
This Brûlée Caramel Coffee comes together in just minutes. It makes two servings, although you can halve or double the recipe for less or more servings, as needed. The recipe is simply a combination of brewed coffee and warmed milk infused with caramel and brown sugar. Top with whipped cream and extra caramel for that coffeehouse look!
The ingredients for this Caramel Coffee are simple and easy to find:
- caramel sauce (homemade or store-bought)
- brown sugar
- whipped cream
How do you make a Caramel Coffee?:
First, brew two cups of coffee using your favorite method. While the coffee is brewing, heat some milk, caramel sauce and a touch of brown sugar (for that torched sugar efffect) in a small saucepan on the stove, until steaming. Combine the coffee and the warmed milk in mugs and top with whipped cream and more caramel.
Brûlée Caramel Coffee
- 1 cup milk
- 1/4 cup prepared caramel sauce, plus additional for drizzling
- 1 teaspoon brown sugar
- 2 cups (16 ounces) hot coffee
- Whipped cream
More great coffee recipes:
- Hazelnut Espresso White Russians – A chilled coffee cocktail that you’ll love!
- Double Coffee Affogato – you can’t go wrong with coffee + ice cream
- Coffee-Rubbed Pork Tenderloin – coffee grounds work great as a rub for meat!
- Unbelievably Good Cashew Coffee from Pinch of Yum
- Iced Coffee Popsicles from Chocolate Moosey