One of my favorite coffee drinks at Starbucks is the Creme Brulee Latte. Unfortunately, it isn’t available year round so I decided to come up with my own version that I can enjoy whenever I want and from the comfort of my own couch…or office. Today I am sharing my Copycat Creme Brulee Latte Recipe made with Torani Caramel syrup and let me tell you it is goooood! Keep reading for the recipe.
My favorite all time dessert is Creme Brulee and will try just about anything that has the words, “creme brulee” in the title. I even made Marshmallow Creme Brulee Fudge because I love it so much. When Starbucks came out with this drink years ago I was so excited. Coffee? Good. Whipped Cream. Good. Creme Brulee? Oh heck yeah! Imagine my utter shock when I went to order it a few weeks after it came out only to find that it was a seasonal drink. Noooooo! Every year I suffer the same disppointment so this year I decided to do something about it. Create my own version. Torani sent me some syrups to play around with and I knew once I saw the Classic Caramel it was going to be just what I needed to complete this recipe. After several different trials I think I finally came up with my perfect Creme Brulee Latte. I didn’t forget those crunchie little bits of candy on top either, I mean, those are the best part! I found that tiny toffee bits make this recipe complete.
Don’t those toffee bits look yummy?!
Gooey caramel sauce…yes please!
I made homemade dark chocolate english toffee last week…so good with this coffee concoction…
I’ll be sharing my toffee recipe on Monday along with a free printable for Valentine’s Day.
- 6-7 oz brewed coffee
- 1 tbsp brown sugar
- ½ tsp vanilla extract
- 2 tbsp milk or cream
- 1 tbsp Torani Classic Caramel syrup
- Whipped cream
- Caramel sauce
- Heath English Toffee Bits
- Pour freshly brewed hot coffee into your favorite mug.
- Add brown sugar, vanilla extract, Torani syrup, and milk or cream. Microwave for about 30 seconds.
- Stir until sugar has dissolved.
- Top with whipped cream, caramel sauce, and toffee bits.