Nothing beats a warm caramel hazelnut macchiato in the morning to get your day started.
It also doesn’t take too much time and effort to make. So sit back, relax and learn with us.
We are going to break down everything you need to know about caramel hazelnut macchiatos so that you can enjoy every sip of them.
How to make a caramel hazelnut macchiato
Before we can start whipping this bad boy up, what’s in a caramel hazelnut macchiato.
The key ingredients are similar to what’s in a caramel macchiato, there’s just one exception.
First off, we are going to need a base, and no base works better with caramel than some vanilla syrup.
Now onto our two key flavors, caramel, and hazelnut. Both flavors will be achieved through caramel and hazelnut syrup.
Normally when we are making an iced or frozen caramel macchiato, these flavorings are saved till the very end of the product but when making a standard caramel hazelnut macchiato, these flavors are going to blend in with our base.
We are going to need a good source of caffeine and when making a macchiato, we tend to use espresso or dark coffee beans. Fortunate for you, Lifeboost has coffee beans of varying strengths, from medium roast coffee beans to darker roasts.
Lastly, what’s a macchiato without milk? It isn’t a macchiato, that’s for sure.
When it comes to the selection of milk, that’s entirely up to you.
If you can’t drink certain milk or just prefer milk that’s made from something other than dairy, feel free to use it in your caramel hazelnut macchiato. You want that creamy color and the milk is sure to provide that.
Lifeboost has created two products that save you from using syrup or any artificial flavorings. The first is a caramel macchiato and the other is a hazelnut coffee. We will go over how to use these products when creating a caramel hazelnut macchiato
Now that we’ve gone over everything that can be found in a caramel hazelnut macchiato, we can start putting it all together.
Steps to creating a caramel hazelnut macchiato
Step 1: ready your cup or mug by creating a base of syrups. Take 2 teaspoons of the vanilla syrup, 2 teaspoons of the caramel syrup, and 2 teaspoons of the hazelnut syrup.
Stir them together with the teaspoon so that they can get to know each other.
Step 2: Start brewing your espresso grounds or powder into 3 ounces of boiling water. We recommend using 2 ounces of espresso to get the perfect balance of caffeine in your caramel hazelnut macchiato.
Step 3: Pour the boiling espresso into the syrup-based cup and begin stirring with the teaspoon.
If you were to make a blended iced caramel macchiato, this step would come at the end, but we are going to stick with making the regular, warm caramel hazelnut macchiato.
Step 4: Slowly pour the milk into the cup while stirring. Your finished product should be a creamy, golden cup of caramel hazelnut macchiato.
Many people add an extra drizzle of caramel or hazelnut syrup at the end and that’s how to make a caramel macchiato sweeter.
As much as 4 steps won’t take up too much of your time, using Lifeboost’s products can save you even more time and make for a better tasting and healthier caramel hazelnut macchiato.
Using Lifeboost to make a caramel hazelnut macchiato
Both the caramel macchiato and the hazelnut coffee products from Lifeboost can be used to create the perfect caramel hazelnut macchiato.
You would skip step 1, making for a healthy caramel macchiato due to their products containing zero sugar. Other than that, the rest of the steps would be followed as per normal.
This also saves your caramel hazelnut macchiato from being too sweet and gives it a more authentic coffee taste.
We recommend the Lifeboost method as you will be saving money, time, and creating a caramel hazelnut macchiato that you can be proud of.
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