Starbucks iced brown sugar oatmilk espresso

How to Make Starbucks Iced Brown Sugar Oatmilk Epresso

The name “iced brown sugar oatmilk shaken espresso” says it all. The drink is the perfect blend of the caffeine that you will ever need to keep you going all night. If you are an ardent Starbucks fanatic looking to mimic these recipes at home, you are at the right place. Give your tastebuds a nice and warm kick by customizing this caffeinated drink according to your desire at home.

How to make brown iced brown sugar oatmilk shaken espresso?

The recipe starts with the key ingredient – the Starbucks brown sugar syrup. You can use any sweetening agent to prepare this sugar syrup. If you are a health-conscious individual, we recommend using honey instead of brown sugar.

All you have to do is whisk the sugar in medium heat and water, a cinnamon stick, and a pinch of salt. Continue whisking until all the sugar has completely dissolved.

Put the flame on low and allow it to simmer for 5 minutes before storing the syrup.

This simple syrup can be refrigerated for a minimum of 7 days.

How to brew Starbucks espresso roast, a.k.a. The caffeine?

To make your caffeine for the drink, you will require two oz. of espresso. If you have an Espresso machine, then it’s cool. But even if you don’t have one, you can brew some really strong coffee using a regular coffee machine or dilute the instant espresso you get in the commercial supermarkets. The store-made version of this drink has the blonde espresso roast.

Starbucks iced brown sugar oatmilk shaken espresso

How to make blonde espresso at home?

Though Starbucks uses dark-roasted beans for espresso shots, the blonde roasted espresso also delivers great taste. The aroma of freshly just crackled coffee beans bending with the milk and sugar syrup will give the flavourful experience that your tongue craves. You will require two tablespoons of coarse, slightly roasted coffee for six ounces of water. East African and Latin American beans will give you that relishing blonde espresso taste, just like Starbucks does.

How to make brown sugar?

By combining white sugar and molasses, you can only make brown sugar at home. However, you can use a blender or wooden spoon to spread the molasses across all the granules evenly. Always store the brown sugar in the air-tight container so that the essence or flavor is not lost completely. If you want to increase the darkness of the brown sugar, add two tablespoons of molasses to 1 cup of granulated sugar. If you’re going to reduce the darkness, simply add one tablespoon of molasses to the existing brown sugar that is already there. By doing this, you can decrease or increase the flavor of your beverage.

What oatmilk does Starbucks use?

Starbucks uses oatmilk in this recipe, giving it a unique taste. But if you wish to alter the flavor, you can always replace oatmilk with any dairy or non-dairy milk. Starbucks exclusively uses Oatly oatmilk, currently available in all supermarkets.

What’s in the brown sugar shaken espresso?

Now that you have prepped all the ingredients, all that’s left to do is the’ shake.’ If you know how to make brown sugar, simply add the sugar syrup and shake it along with the espresso. Transfer the mixture to a cup with ice and top it with the milk of your choice. Stir and sip to relish this fantastic drink. The drink will refresh you with its caffeine and mild sweetening agent.

Can you make cold foam with oatmilk?

oatmilk is the ideal alternative for vegans who wish to visualize and taste a dairy drink made from non-dairy milk. oatmilk behaves just like regular cow’s milk and can be used to create foam. This is why oatmilk is chosen as a non-dairy alternative in lattes and macchiatos. The protein level in the milk you use makes the cold foam richer, sturdier, and more delicious. Skim milk is an ideal choice for dairy-based products. All you need is a milk-frother to fluff up your foam. Then, add sugar syrup to the milk of your choice and see it froth up in the next few seconds.

The grande iced brown sugar oatmilk espresso contains 255 mg of caffeine and 120 calories. You can make changes in the flavors and the volume of each ingredient to match the taste according to your desire.

Twist and tests!

To make your iced brown sugar oatmilk shaken espresso even more interesting, you can combine flavors like vanilla with sugar syrup, giving you a venti iced brown sugar oatmilk shaken espresso.

The exciting part is that you can also include flavors by adding chai to your sugar syrup, giving it a unique taste. The blend of caffeine in iced brown sugar oatmilk shaken espresso gives the aroma, and exquisite flavors of chai would be an amazing experience for you to relish.

If you are a cinnamon lover, you can always add extra ground cinnamon topped to your drink. The sugar syrup mentioned in this recipe can also be used in many other beverages, including the latte.

Starbucks Iced Brown Sugar Oatmilk Shaken Espresso Recipe

Recipe by Scarlett JonesCourse: Drinks
Servings

16

Oz
Calories

120

kcal
Total time

9

minutes

Ingredients

  • 1 cup water

  • 1 cup sweetening agent of choice, here brown sugar

  • 1 Cinnamon stick

  • A pinch of salt

Directions

  • Prepare the sugar syrup and caffeine and shake them together in a closed jar.
  • Drizzle the mixture over ice and top it with the milk of your choice to enjoy your caffeinated beverage.

Notes

  • Brown sugar oatmilk shaken espresso calories are comparatively lesser than the refined sugar used as part of the beverage.

Nutrition Facts

16 servings per container


  • Amount Per ServingCalories120
  • % Daily Value *
  • Total Fat 3g 5%
    • Sodium 120mg 5%
    • Total Carbohydrate 20g 7%
      • Dietary Fiber 1g 4%
      • Sugars 30g
    • Protein 2g 4%

      * The % Daily Value tells you how much a nutrient in a serving of food contributes to a daily diet. 2,000 calories a day is used for general nutrition advice.

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