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Caramel Apple Spice- Starbucks Style

Written by Kitty
I’ll be the first to admit…cooking is NOT my thing. However, Starbucks has taught me a few tricks for the holidays…for example…anyone else LOVE their Carmel Apple Spice?!?
Well it was my FAVORITE to make while I was learning drinks, because it was just so easy! So I figure everyone should know how to make it!
 My caramel apple spice never looks like this when we made it! I don’t know why online pictures look so much better!
All you need:
1. Apple Juice
1. Cinnamon Dolce Syrup (from Starbucks!) For low-cal you can use sugar free kind, The HUGE bottles run about $6.95 or so…they will last you FOREVER. However, it makes a great cider if you are having a party! People will be extremely impressed
3. Caramel Sauce– you can pick this up at Starbucks as well, however, you can use a store bought caramel sauce to save a little cash!
Optional- whipped cream
*also, when you buy your cinnamon dolce syrup, ask if they have any extra pumps. It depends on how nice they are, but a lot of times they will give one to you if they have extra!*
You will see below why I’m not great at cooking…I eyeball everything so nothing turns out right…but its hard to mess this one up! And if you do, you just have to make and drink another (shucks!)
Single Serving
For a single cup (and by cup I mean tall size of sbux so 12 oz), add apple juice (12oz or so) add 3 pumps of Cinnamon Dolce (about 2 Tbs) you can always add more if you’d like! Then go ahead and heat it up in the microwave or stove. If you have an espresso machine, you can certainly steam it.  (if you are doing this for a party, just put it over the stove)
If you are a whipped cream person (which I am not!) this is where you put the whipped cream on the top! Then top it off with caramel sauce!  Just go crazy and make fun designs!
If you are making it in bulk (for a  Halloween party perhaps?), go ahead and melt 2 tablespoons of caramel sauce per every cup of apple juice. If you are measuring by the cup, you may want to go ahead and only use 1-2 pumps of C.D per cup. That way it is all ready to go and people can add whip cream on if they’d like!
If you’re looking to try some other Starbucks recipes at home, I have a few other Starbucks Secrets here and here if you’re looking to try them out!

About the author

Kitty

Oh dear, where to begin. Hi, I’m Kitty- a 25 year old, third year law student from the Midwest. If I spent half as much time on studying, as I do on my crafts…well I certainly wouldn’t be having any fun!

I ended up at law school….because I just didn’t know what to do! So here I am. Who knows where I’ll be when I graduate! Check out my etsy site & blog at http://threeyearsofdeath.blogspot.com

2 Comments

  • I’m not a huge coffee person (although I just started an addiction to Starbucks Caramel Macchiato,) so I LOVE this drink there.
    My sister also worked at a Starbucks a few years ago and will make the apple cider for holidays, or when I make her. 😉 It just tastes better when she makes them compared to when I make them.