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Add a Bit of Magic to Your Coffee with Our Butterbeer Latte

October 17, 2019

The Butterbeer, a magically delightful drink, has, over the years, captured the imagination of a generation. Once solely fictional, we’ve found a way to create our version of the drink, a homemade recipe that’ll make sure you can give this baby a try!

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Today at Pepper, we offer you another enchantingly easy and simple take on this brew, but with a twist. This time, it’s a warm creamy cup of Butterbeer latte. And what’s more, you probably already have all the ingredients lying around the kitchen, making this a special treat that’s just waiting to happen.

Using coffee, brown sugar, butter, and our creamiest ever NESTLÉ COFFEE-MATE, the result is a luscious cup of creamy goodness with a subdued sweetness that’s certain to warm up any rainy day and bring a wave of cheer that’s bound to well up and spread throughout your body.

NESTLÉ COFFEE-MATE Butterbeer Latte

Total Time: 20 minutes | Yield: 2 servings

Ingredients: Butterbeer Latte

  • 3 cups water (divide into 2 cups and 1 cup)
  • 1/4 cup butter, unsalted
  • 1/4 cup brown sugar
  • 12 tsp or 3/4 cup NESTLÉ COFFEE-MATE
  • butterscotch syrup, optional
  • 1/2 tsp NESCAFÉ CLASSIC

Procedure: Butterbeer Latte

  1. Simmer together 2 cups water, butter, brown sugar and coffee powder.
  2. Transfer to 2 mugs.
  3. In a cup, dilute NESTLÉ COFFEE-MATE in 1 cup hot water
  4. Create foam using a frother.
  5. Divide foam into the 2 mugs. Serve.

NESTLÉ COFFEE-MATE and NESCAFÉ CLASSIC are registered trademarks of Société des Produits Nestlé S.A., Vevey, Switzerland.

Kathy Hofileña Kathy Hofileña

Kathy is a real life happy camper who likes her food spicy and her iced tea, bottomless. Obsessed with order, she has a habit of rewriting all her notes and schedules to help her sleep at night. Her other hobbies include hoarding books, buying film SLRs and collecting travel itineraries. Currently, she’s in the predicament of trying to gain weight while traipsing around mountains and beaches with her 40 plus liter backpack.

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