Bullet Proof Vanilla Caramel Latte

A Caramel latte is my go-to coffee choice. I love how caramel pairs with coffee and cream. It adds the right amount of sweetness and body to the latte and when drizzled over whipped cream it’s divine. A Starbucks caramel macchiato or Dutch bro’s caramelizer are pretty standard choices for when I’m out getting coffee. BlackRock coffee is the odd ball because I LOVE their Irish Lattes and always forget they have any other flavor.

But when I’m at home and I want something more than just my French pressed coffee with cream and brown sugar, I love making these bullet-proof caramel lattes. The recipe uses my coconut caramel sauce to sweeten it and add a depth of flavor. It’s awesome because it makes the coffee non-dairy and paleo friendly. That way I don’t feel as guilty when I have an extra large mug of it.

It invokes the same feelings as when you make homemade cookies. It’s comforting and exciting wrapped in sweetness. Which makes it a special treat.

My first bullet-proof coffee was my bullet-proof peppermint mocha. After my obsession with it I started experimenting with different flavors to make bullet-proof coffee. Out of all the flavors Vanilla Caramel was a big winner.

If you’re not familiar with bullet-proof coffee let me explain a little. Bullet-proof coffee, aka Butter coffee, is blending c’en buy just the MCT oil instead of using coconut oil. I just like how it tastes and love that I have more options when I’m eating paleo.

Maybe I’m a coffee snob?

I’m really not a fan of most non-dairy creamers and milks in my coffee. If I have to choose one it would be cashew milk but I end up feeling like I’m drinking coffee flavored cashew milk instead of a cup of coffee.

The mouth feel is also weird for me when nut milks are used as creamers. Some times they are gritty, other times they have a weird gelatinous feel to them. Yuck. Its probably why I love the bullet-proof method so much. It creates a dairy free coffee that has a creaminess in both taste and mouth feel. I don’t feel deprived or wanting when I make my coffee bullet-proof.

This Caramel latte is perfectly caramely and just sweet enough for me. If you have a sweet tooth and aren’t used to minimal sugar you might have to add a little maple syrup to amp it up a bit more to your liking. Try the recipe as is first, then adjust if you really need too.

It feels a little silly having a recipe so short but it is seriously that easy…

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Bullet Proof Vanilla Bean Latte

  • Prep Time: 5 minutes
  • Cook Time: 5 minutes
  • Total Time: 10 minutes

Ingredients

Units Scale
  • 2 TBS Coconut Vanilla Bean Caramel
  • 1 TBS Coconut Oil
  • 1 TBS Ghee (*Omit if dairy free*)
  • 6 cups Fresh coffee

Instructions

  1. Combine all ingredients into a blender and blend
two picture pin for a bullet proof Vanilla Caramel Latte. photos are of clear glass cups with coffee inside
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Alycia Louise
Alycia has worked in the food industry for over 10 years. She lives in the PNW with her husband and three dogs. Her likes include coffee, rainy days and horror movies.
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