Java lovers, if you have ever wanted to know how to make cold brew coffee, you absolutely must check out this recipe for Salted Caramel Cold Brew Coffee. It’s positively delicious & so easy too.
**Try this cold brew with our Bulletproof Iced Coffee
I love a good cup of coffee. How about you? It’s how I start my day so early & what keeps me going until the late hours. I like to make a batch of cold brew to keep in the fridge. Then I can change up my flavors as my cravings or seasons change. This Salted Caramel Cold Brew Coffee is my favorite.
This post was sponsored by the J.M. Smucker Company, all opinions are my own.
How to make Cold Brew Coffee
I like to keep things simple & I don’t have a ton of time. Fortunately, I can make coffee for a week with just one box of Dunkin’ Donuts Cold Brew Coffee that I pick up on my weekly trip to Walmart. Have you seen it? Tried it?
Did you know that cold-brewed coffee is less acidic than hot-brewed? That makes it really smooth & delicious. It has been said that when you brew with cold water over a longer period of time, you extract the fruity & chocolaty notes & still get the caffeine, but it leaves out bitter notes that come with a hot brew. It sure tastes great & is my preferred way to have a cup of jo.
It’s so easy to make. Just drop, steep & LOVE! I can go grab myself a glass any time I want some. Enjoying cold brew without having to leave the house is SO NICE! Adding flavor variations keeps it interesting & makes it easy for all of us to personalize each & every cup. The Dunkin’ Donuts Cold Brew Coffee make 2 full pitchers which means I have enough for everyone.
Salted Caramel Cold Brew Coffee
Just add your packets & some water & let it sit for 8-12 hours.
Then remove the packets & add more water & it is time to enjoy!
Add your flavored syrup.
Then your cream
Doesn’t that just look delicious? I’m going to go pour another glass!
Salted Caramel Cold Brew Coffee
- 7 cups cold water divided
- 2 Dunkin Donut Cold Brew Packets
- 1 tbsp Salted Caramel Coffee Syrup
- 1 tbsp Heavy Cream
- Add 4 cups water & 2 Dunkin Donut Cold Brew Packets to a pitcher
- Cover & refrigerate for 8-12 hours
- Remove & discard packets
- Add 3 cups cold water
- Pour 6 oz cold brewed coffee over ice
- Add salted caramel coffee syrup & heavy cream
- Add a straw & enjoy!
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Tamar Strauss-Benjamin says
Very cool! I have a cold brew maker, love it in the summer!
You had me at coffee! I can’t wait to try this, cold brew coffee is perfect for hot summer days. Thanks for sharing at Merry Monday. Hope to see you at the party next week!
Marissa | Squirrels of a Feather says
I am on board with salted caramel ANYTHING! We used to have an amazing cupcake place in our Chicago neighborhood and the best flavor was the salted caramel cupcakes. I always go for salted caramel drinks when I can get them…definitely pinning this to come back to!
What brand of salted caramel coffee syrup do you use? This looks yummy….
Gina Kleinworth says
I have used both Torani & Tate & Lyle (regular caramel flavor with a pinch of salt) for this. Both fabulous.
Hannah Schlachter says
Thanks for sharing. I’ll be giving this a try. It will definitely save me some money making it at home!
Miz Helen says
We sure enjoyed featuring your post at Full Plate Thursday! We have pinned it to our special Features Board and hope you enjoy your new Red Plate. Thanks so much for sharing your talent with us!