Dulce de Leche Coffee Recipe (Easy & Delicious)

If you are a coffee enthusiast like we are, you are probably constantly looking for a new coffee recipe or simply a way to spice up that plain old cup of joe. Here are some ways that you may do exactly that. If you are in the desire to try something new and wonderful, then the coffee recipe that we have here is the perfect option for you.

You can believe us when we say that we’ve sampled a wide variety of coffees, ranging from lattes to cappuccinos and from medium to dark blends. Dulce de leche coffee has proven to be one of the most delicious coffees we’ve come across in recent years.

In this article, in addition to providing you with our preferred straightforward recipe for dulce de leche coffee, we will also go into the history of this mouthwatering South American confection.

A Brief History of Dulce de Leche

Even the word “dulce de leche” conjures up images of decadent sweetness. The year 1829 marks the beginning of dulce de leche’s rich history. There have even been tales that Argentina and Uruguay got into a fight over who had the rights to name this sweet milk their own. This dispute allegedly occurred over who received the rights to call this sweet milk their own.

In point of fact, the tale of where dulce de leche came from isn’t entirely known. What is known for certain, however, is that people like it, and that it is used in a wide variety of foods and beverages, ranging from baked goods to beverages like coffee.

Many people are unfamiliar with what dulce de leche really is, despite the fact that the concept conjures up images of something naughty and utterly delectable. It literally translates to “candy created from milk,” which means that it is rich, delectable, and sugary in nature. It is a sugary sauce that is similar to caramel and has a thick consistency. It is produced by boiling sweet milk in a slow and steady manner.

The Latin American dessert known as dulce de leche may often be found in baked goods such as cookies, cakes, and flan. In addition to that, it can be found in things like toast spreads and ice cream toppings. For the sake of this discussion, though, we are going to focus on how it behaves in coffee. Credit for this image goes to Cecilia Di Dio and Shutterstock.

Why Not Just Use Caramel?

If you are asking why you can’t simply use caramel considering that this is a dessert that is quite similar to caramel, then you aren’t the only one. There have been a lot of others who have posed the same question. They are comparable in texture and flavour and can be used in place of one another in certain recipes, but there are some distinctions between them that you should be aware of.

Granulated sugar is caramelised into caramel by subjecting it to very high heat. This process takes place while making caramel. When it is finished, it will have the appearance of a rich amber hue. On the other hand, dulce de leche is prepared by gently heating condensed sweetened milk until it transforms into a sauce that is both sweet and decadent.

Let’s move on to a couple of our favourite recipes for dulce de leche coffee that you can make in the comfort of your own home now that you know what it is, where it comes from, and a little bit about how it’s made. After all, you now know what it is, where it’s from, and a little bit about how it’s made. Even while drinking this coffee may not be healthy for your waistline, it is surely luxurious and delicious enough to enjoy on a cold winter day or when it is storming outside and you are in need of a pick me up that is sweet and sinful, with caffeine thrown on top of that.

So, let’s get started with one of our favorite recipes.

Simple Dulce de Leche Coffee Recipe

Along with sharing the most straightforward version of our go-to recipe for dulce de leche coffee, we’ll also provide some background information on the delicious South American dessert.

Prep Time 1 min

Mixing Time 2 mins

Total Time 3 mins

Course Drinks

Cuisine American

Servings 1 drink(s)

Calories 200 kcal

  • 1 tbsp dulce de leche store-bought or homemade
  • Cocoa powder
  • Whipped cream
  • 1 to 2 cups strong espresso strength is up to you
  • ½ teaspoon sugar
  • Whip up your whipped cream, then add a ½ teaspoon of sugar to it.
  • Add 1 tablespoon of dulce de leche to a coffee mug.
  • Make your espresso, then add it to the mug on top of the dulce de leche. The amount is up to you and according to how strong you want your dulce de leche coffee to be.
  • Top that with 2-3 teaspoons of whipped cream.
  • Sprinkle your cocoa powder on top for decoration.
  • Drizzle some more dulce de leche on top for an added touch of aesthetics.
  • Serve right away and enjoy!

This recipe for dulce de leche coffee is not only one of the easy meals that you can offer to your family and visitors, but it is also the one that we like making the most.

So, tell me, which of these recipes for coffee with dulce de leche do you like best? Have you ever tasted this coffee? Leave a comment below to let us know, and feel free to share any of your favourite recipes as well.

Calories: 200kcal

Keyword dulce de leche, dulce de leche coffee recipe

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