A coffeehouse staple, the Caramel Macchiato blends the creamy flavor of caramel with the bold flavor of coffee. “Macchiato” means “stained milk,” referring to the preparation of this drink by “staining” the milk with espresso or extra bold coffee. Today, we’ll show you how to make a Caramel Macchiato with One Cup Organic Rainforest Blend Coffee from San Francisco Bay Coffee using your at-home brewing system. For this recipe, you’ll also need about a ½ teaspoon of vanilla syrup, ½ tea spoon of caramel syrup and 8 oz. milk.
Start by placing the vanilla syrup in the bottom of your mug. Then, add 8 oz. of milk to a steamer and heat to between 150-160 degrees. Pour the steamed milk slowly over the vanilla syrup. Next, insert a One Cup Organic Rainforest Blend Coffee into your Keurig machine. Brew the smallest and strongest cup of coffee your brewer will allow into your mug on top of the vanilla syrup and milk. Top with the caramel syrup, stirring into the coffee if you’d like or drizzling overtop of the drink.
Different from the latte, the macchiato is made by adding the coffee to the milk, “staining” it to create a delicious, sweet treat. And the best part of the OneCup Single Serve Coffee from San Francisco Bay Coffee is that it’s 97% biodegradable, toss it in the trash with a clear conscience. If you Like this Coffee Recipe feel free to share.