Let’s start the day with this incredible Muffin!
Well, what’s there to say?
Only 100 calories.
All in a muffin!
You seriously have no reason not to try it!
Enjoy the recipe here.
Now, it’s time for coffee. Again and again.
First, we’ll start with the caramel macchiato, because although many consumers understand that they can easily whip up coffee, lattes, and cappuccinos from home, the art of the caramel macchiato somehow seems more daunting. Luckily, there’s no reason to fear the recipe behind this tasty caffeinated creation, and the perfection of such a drink will save you close to $4 a pop for every Starbucks macchiato run. Here’s a recipe for a DIY caramel macchiato from Food.com. Serving two, this recipe takes mere minutes to whip up as long as you’ve prepared for macchiato bliss by picking up some caramel at the grocery store. One homemade macchiato yields 126 calories.
- 6 ounces coffee (brewed)
- 6 ounces milk (steamed)
- 1-2 teaspoons sugar (to taste) or 1-2 teaspoons Splenda sugar substitute (to taste)
- 3 teaspoons caramel syrup
- 1/2 teaspoon artificial vanilla flavoring
- whipped cream
- caramel syrup, drizzled
First, make a strong coffee by brewing a ratio of 3 heaping tablespoons of coffee to 6 cups water. Add vanilla to the coffee grinds before making the coffee — that way, it will infuse while brewing.
Once the coffee is done brewing, place milk in a large cup and microwave until hot. In a tall glass, combine the coffee, milk, and caramel syrup and stir well. Add sugar in small increments until desired sweetness is achieved, but don’t forget that the caramel will sweeten this beverage, too. Top with whipped cream and drizzle caramel.
Credits to : http://www.cheatsheet.com/
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