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If you love to re-create your favorite coffee house drinks then you are going to LOVE this recipe. It’s your favorite coffee loaded with caramel, hazelnut & chocolate flavors- YUM. Your morning coffee just got better with this BRILLIANT Hazelnut Caramel Mocha. Definitely my favorite way to start the day & it’s so easy!
Hazelnut Caramel Mocha
I love my morning coffee. It’s something I look forward to as I go to bed each night. It’s what helps me roll out of bed at 4 every morning, that’s for sure. In the morning I like a hot cup of jo with some creamer & flavored syrup. But late morning I LOVE to take that last little cup left over in the carafe & make myself one of my all-time favorite coffee drinks, Hazelnut Caramel Mocha. I used to get it at the drive thru coffee house all the time when the kids were little. Now I don’t have time to head out just for a drink. So of course I love to make myself my own version of this On-the-Go Café-Style beverage. I have to tell you, I love my version so much better. I can give it just the right amounts of hazelnut & caramel & even a little pinch of salt just to my liking. Just whip all the ingredients together in the blender & you are on your way to the most delicious drink ever!
So the secret to getting that coffee house flavor at home is using Tate+Lyle® Gourmet Beverage Syrups. I love that Tate + Lyle® has been the standard for high-quality sweetening throughout the UK since 1878! My favorites of course are the Hazelnut Pure Cane Syrup & Caramel Pure Cane Syrup. But they also offer Vanilla Pure Cane Syrup & Zero Calorie Vanilla Syrup to compliment any coffee. They are also great to add to tea, sodas, smoothies, cocktails & more. That velvety smooth taste will make you swoon.
It’s so simple to make & takes less than 5 minutes. Definitely shorter than driving to the coffee hut.
Of course I like to top it with some whipped cream, chocolate syrup & sprinkles for good measure!
Hazelnut Caramel Mocha
- 1 cup hot coffee
- 1 cup half & half
- 1-1/2 tbsp chocolate syrup
- 1/8 tsp salt
- 1 tbsp Tate+Lyle® Caramel Pure Cane Syrup
- 1 tbsp Tate+Lyle® Hazelnut Pure Cane Syrup
- Whipped cream chocolate syrup & chocolate sprinkles
- Combine all ingredients except the topping ingredients in blender & blend on high for a full 30 seconds
- Pour into serving mug & add whipped cream, chocolate syrup & chocolate sprinkles
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If you love making your own coffee house favorites at home- this is one drink you will FLIP over! These gourmet beverage syrups help make it happen.
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That looks so delicious and rich!
That looks delicious! How have you been Gina?
Gina Kleinworth says
Been good Liz – great to hear from you! How have you been? Hope things are well!!!
This looks AMAZING! I’m not a coffee drinker – I know, blasphemy – but my husband is and I’m always looking for ways to lower the Starbucks budget. This is a keeper and I can’t wait to try it! I hope you’ll link this one up at the You Link It, We Make it party at knockitoffkim.com!
Julie @ Logger's Wife says
Hazelnut and caramel are my too favorite coffee flavors. I need to make this!!!! (visiting from This is How We Roll)
Jesh StG says
This looks decadent in calories – a good thing that that doesn’t scare me off! So glad to know your blog -because it’s always filled with new goodies:)
Gina, this looks so delicious! Hazelnut and caramel are two of my favorite flavors, especially in coffee drinks! Thanks for linking up with Creative Spark last week – I’m featuring your drink this week 🙂