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Dunkin' Brown Sugar Caramel Latte

Dunkin' Brown Sugar Caramel Latte


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Notes

You should use a Keurig with this recipe.

Ingredients

  • 1 dark espresso roast K-Cup pod, preferably Dunkin'
  • 1 Tablespoon brown sugar
  • 2 Tablespoons caramel sauce
  • fresh whole milk
  • whipped cream
  • caramel drizzle

Directions

Fill frothing pitcher to the latte line with fresh whole milk, 1 tbsp. brown sugar and 2 tbsp. caramel sauce.

Press the latte button to froth.

When that’s finished, brew the dark espresso roast K-Cup pod using the shot button.

Pour frothed milk over coffee to combine.

Top with whipped cream and caramel drizzle.


A lot of people do not know how the flavors work….by that I mean the people don’t understand that sweetened flavors are sweet and the unsweetened flavors are unsweetened… Yeah, really, it happens all the time. Someone once ordered a small coffee with caramel, and naturally, doing my job, I asked “sweet or unsweet”…… -_- …. “Unsweet” … “cream or sugar” … “no thanks” …..*makes coffee no cream, no sugar*… *sips coffee* “this is terrible, it’s not sweet at all”….. ¿?What¿?

People, the unsweet flavors are not sweet, AT ALL. The sweet flavors are really sweet. A small coffee gets two pumps of flavor, a medium gets three, and a large gets four. When you ask for extra flavor, it is going to make it even more sweet. Mind = blown.

Speaking of flavors, if you get two flavors mixed together they do not double it, they split the flavor amounts. Example: small coffee with hazelnut and French vanilla….. Usually with one flavor it would be two pumps of the same, for split flavors, it would be one of French vanilla and one of hazelnut.if you get three flavors, well that’s gross, don’t do it, unless the third happens to be unsweet. Then I guess it’s okay.

On another note of serving sizes, a small coffee gets 2 sugars/creams medium gets 3, and a large gets 4. All the measurements are done by machines.. So no, you can’t have 3 1/2 sugars… unless you tip me. Because it’s a hassle to open a packet of sugar and dump half of it into your stupid coffee.


A lot of people do not know how the flavors work….by that I mean the people don’t understand that sweetened flavors are sweet and the unsweetened flavors are unsweetened… Yeah, really, it happens all the time. Someone once ordered a small coffee with caramel, and naturally, doing my job, I asked “sweet or unsweet”…… -_- …. “Unsweet” … “cream or sugar” … “no thanks” …..*makes coffee no cream, no sugar*… *sips coffee* “this is terrible, it’s not sweet at all”….. ¿?What¿?

People, the unsweet flavors are not sweet, AT ALL. The sweet flavors are really sweet. A small coffee gets two pumps of flavor, a medium gets three, and a large gets four. When you ask for extra flavor, it is going to make it even more sweet. Mind = blown.

Speaking of flavors, if you get two flavors mixed together they do not double it, they split the flavor amounts. Example: small coffee with hazelnut and French vanilla….. Usually with one flavor it would be two pumps of the same, for split flavors, it would be one of French vanilla and one of hazelnut.if you get three flavors, well that’s gross, don’t do it, unless the third happens to be unsweet. Then I guess it’s okay.

On another note of serving sizes, a small coffee gets 2 sugars/creams medium gets 3, and a large gets 4. All the measurements are done by machines.. So no, you can’t have 3 1/2 sugars… unless you tip me. Because it’s a hassle to open a packet of sugar and dump half of it into your stupid coffee.


A lot of people do not know how the flavors work….by that I mean the people don’t understand that sweetened flavors are sweet and the unsweetened flavors are unsweetened… Yeah, really, it happens all the time. Someone once ordered a small coffee with caramel, and naturally, doing my job, I asked “sweet or unsweet”…… -_- …. “Unsweet” … “cream or sugar” … “no thanks” …..*makes coffee no cream, no sugar*… *sips coffee* “this is terrible, it’s not sweet at all”….. ¿?What¿?

People, the unsweet flavors are not sweet, AT ALL. The sweet flavors are really sweet. A small coffee gets two pumps of flavor, a medium gets three, and a large gets four. When you ask for extra flavor, it is going to make it even more sweet. Mind = blown.

Speaking of flavors, if you get two flavors mixed together they do not double it, they split the flavor amounts. Example: small coffee with hazelnut and French vanilla….. Usually with one flavor it would be two pumps of the same, for split flavors, it would be one of French vanilla and one of hazelnut.if you get three flavors, well that’s gross, don’t do it, unless the third happens to be unsweet. Then I guess it’s okay.

On another note of serving sizes, a small coffee gets 2 sugars/creams medium gets 3, and a large gets 4. All the measurements are done by machines.. So no, you can’t have 3 1/2 sugars… unless you tip me. Because it’s a hassle to open a packet of sugar and dump half of it into your stupid coffee.


A lot of people do not know how the flavors work….by that I mean the people don’t understand that sweetened flavors are sweet and the unsweetened flavors are unsweetened… Yeah, really, it happens all the time. Someone once ordered a small coffee with caramel, and naturally, doing my job, I asked “sweet or unsweet”…… -_- …. “Unsweet” … “cream or sugar” … “no thanks” …..*makes coffee no cream, no sugar*… *sips coffee* “this is terrible, it’s not sweet at all”….. ¿?What¿?

People, the unsweet flavors are not sweet, AT ALL. The sweet flavors are really sweet. A small coffee gets two pumps of flavor, a medium gets three, and a large gets four. When you ask for extra flavor, it is going to make it even more sweet. Mind = blown.

Speaking of flavors, if you get two flavors mixed together they do not double it, they split the flavor amounts. Example: small coffee with hazelnut and French vanilla….. Usually with one flavor it would be two pumps of the same, for split flavors, it would be one of French vanilla and one of hazelnut.if you get three flavors, well that’s gross, don’t do it, unless the third happens to be unsweet. Then I guess it’s okay.

On another note of serving sizes, a small coffee gets 2 sugars/creams medium gets 3, and a large gets 4. All the measurements are done by machines.. So no, you can’t have 3 1/2 sugars… unless you tip me. Because it’s a hassle to open a packet of sugar and dump half of it into your stupid coffee.


A lot of people do not know how the flavors work….by that I mean the people don’t understand that sweetened flavors are sweet and the unsweetened flavors are unsweetened… Yeah, really, it happens all the time. Someone once ordered a small coffee with caramel, and naturally, doing my job, I asked “sweet or unsweet”…… -_- …. “Unsweet” … “cream or sugar” … “no thanks” …..*makes coffee no cream, no sugar*… *sips coffee* “this is terrible, it’s not sweet at all”….. ¿?What¿?

People, the unsweet flavors are not sweet, AT ALL. The sweet flavors are really sweet. A small coffee gets two pumps of flavor, a medium gets three, and a large gets four. When you ask for extra flavor, it is going to make it even more sweet. Mind = blown.

Speaking of flavors, if you get two flavors mixed together they do not double it, they split the flavor amounts. Example: small coffee with hazelnut and French vanilla….. Usually with one flavor it would be two pumps of the same, for split flavors, it would be one of French vanilla and one of hazelnut.if you get three flavors, well that’s gross, don’t do it, unless the third happens to be unsweet. Then I guess it’s okay.

On another note of serving sizes, a small coffee gets 2 sugars/creams medium gets 3, and a large gets 4. All the measurements are done by machines.. So no, you can’t have 3 1/2 sugars… unless you tip me. Because it’s a hassle to open a packet of sugar and dump half of it into your stupid coffee.


A lot of people do not know how the flavors work….by that I mean the people don’t understand that sweetened flavors are sweet and the unsweetened flavors are unsweetened… Yeah, really, it happens all the time. Someone once ordered a small coffee with caramel, and naturally, doing my job, I asked “sweet or unsweet”…… -_- …. “Unsweet” … “cream or sugar” … “no thanks” …..*makes coffee no cream, no sugar*… *sips coffee* “this is terrible, it’s not sweet at all”….. ¿?What¿?

People, the unsweet flavors are not sweet, AT ALL. The sweet flavors are really sweet. A small coffee gets two pumps of flavor, a medium gets three, and a large gets four. When you ask for extra flavor, it is going to make it even more sweet. Mind = blown.

Speaking of flavors, if you get two flavors mixed together they do not double it, they split the flavor amounts. Example: small coffee with hazelnut and French vanilla….. Usually with one flavor it would be two pumps of the same, for split flavors, it would be one of French vanilla and one of hazelnut.if you get three flavors, well that’s gross, don’t do it, unless the third happens to be unsweet. Then I guess it’s okay.

On another note of serving sizes, a small coffee gets 2 sugars/creams medium gets 3, and a large gets 4. All the measurements are done by machines.. So no, you can’t have 3 1/2 sugars… unless you tip me. Because it’s a hassle to open a packet of sugar and dump half of it into your stupid coffee.


A lot of people do not know how the flavors work….by that I mean the people don’t understand that sweetened flavors are sweet and the unsweetened flavors are unsweetened… Yeah, really, it happens all the time. Someone once ordered a small coffee with caramel, and naturally, doing my job, I asked “sweet or unsweet”…… -_- …. “Unsweet” … “cream or sugar” … “no thanks” …..*makes coffee no cream, no sugar*… *sips coffee* “this is terrible, it’s not sweet at all”….. ¿?What¿?

People, the unsweet flavors are not sweet, AT ALL. The sweet flavors are really sweet. A small coffee gets two pumps of flavor, a medium gets three, and a large gets four. When you ask for extra flavor, it is going to make it even more sweet. Mind = blown.

Speaking of flavors, if you get two flavors mixed together they do not double it, they split the flavor amounts. Example: small coffee with hazelnut and French vanilla….. Usually with one flavor it would be two pumps of the same, for split flavors, it would be one of French vanilla and one of hazelnut.if you get three flavors, well that’s gross, don’t do it, unless the third happens to be unsweet. Then I guess it’s okay.

On another note of serving sizes, a small coffee gets 2 sugars/creams medium gets 3, and a large gets 4. All the measurements are done by machines.. So no, you can’t have 3 1/2 sugars… unless you tip me. Because it’s a hassle to open a packet of sugar and dump half of it into your stupid coffee.


A lot of people do not know how the flavors work….by that I mean the people don’t understand that sweetened flavors are sweet and the unsweetened flavors are unsweetened… Yeah, really, it happens all the time. Someone once ordered a small coffee with caramel, and naturally, doing my job, I asked “sweet or unsweet”…… -_- …. “Unsweet” … “cream or sugar” … “no thanks” …..*makes coffee no cream, no sugar*… *sips coffee* “this is terrible, it’s not sweet at all”….. ¿?What¿?

People, the unsweet flavors are not sweet, AT ALL. The sweet flavors are really sweet. A small coffee gets two pumps of flavor, a medium gets three, and a large gets four. When you ask for extra flavor, it is going to make it even more sweet. Mind = blown.

Speaking of flavors, if you get two flavors mixed together they do not double it, they split the flavor amounts. Example: small coffee with hazelnut and French vanilla….. Usually with one flavor it would be two pumps of the same, for split flavors, it would be one of French vanilla and one of hazelnut.if you get three flavors, well that’s gross, don’t do it, unless the third happens to be unsweet. Then I guess it’s okay.

On another note of serving sizes, a small coffee gets 2 sugars/creams medium gets 3, and a large gets 4. All the measurements are done by machines.. So no, you can’t have 3 1/2 sugars… unless you tip me. Because it’s a hassle to open a packet of sugar and dump half of it into your stupid coffee.


A lot of people do not know how the flavors work….by that I mean the people don’t understand that sweetened flavors are sweet and the unsweetened flavors are unsweetened… Yeah, really, it happens all the time. Someone once ordered a small coffee with caramel, and naturally, doing my job, I asked “sweet or unsweet”…… -_- …. “Unsweet” … “cream or sugar” … “no thanks” …..*makes coffee no cream, no sugar*… *sips coffee* “this is terrible, it’s not sweet at all”….. ¿?What¿?

People, the unsweet flavors are not sweet, AT ALL. The sweet flavors are really sweet. A small coffee gets two pumps of flavor, a medium gets three, and a large gets four. When you ask for extra flavor, it is going to make it even more sweet. Mind = blown.

Speaking of flavors, if you get two flavors mixed together they do not double it, they split the flavor amounts. Example: small coffee with hazelnut and French vanilla….. Usually with one flavor it would be two pumps of the same, for split flavors, it would be one of French vanilla and one of hazelnut.if you get three flavors, well that’s gross, don’t do it, unless the third happens to be unsweet. Then I guess it’s okay.

On another note of serving sizes, a small coffee gets 2 sugars/creams medium gets 3, and a large gets 4. All the measurements are done by machines.. So no, you can’t have 3 1/2 sugars… unless you tip me. Because it’s a hassle to open a packet of sugar and dump half of it into your stupid coffee.


A lot of people do not know how the flavors work….by that I mean the people don’t understand that sweetened flavors are sweet and the unsweetened flavors are unsweetened… Yeah, really, it happens all the time. Someone once ordered a small coffee with caramel, and naturally, doing my job, I asked “sweet or unsweet”…… -_- …. “Unsweet” … “cream or sugar” … “no thanks” …..*makes coffee no cream, no sugar*… *sips coffee* “this is terrible, it’s not sweet at all”….. ¿?What¿?

People, the unsweet flavors are not sweet, AT ALL. The sweet flavors are really sweet. A small coffee gets two pumps of flavor, a medium gets three, and a large gets four. When you ask for extra flavor, it is going to make it even more sweet. Mind = blown.

Speaking of flavors, if you get two flavors mixed together they do not double it, they split the flavor amounts. Example: small coffee with hazelnut and French vanilla….. Usually with one flavor it would be two pumps of the same, for split flavors, it would be one of French vanilla and one of hazelnut.if you get three flavors, well that’s gross, don’t do it, unless the third happens to be unsweet. Then I guess it’s okay.

On another note of serving sizes, a small coffee gets 2 sugars/creams medium gets 3, and a large gets 4. All the measurements are done by machines.. So no, you can’t have 3 1/2 sugars… unless you tip me. Because it’s a hassle to open a packet of sugar and dump half of it into your stupid coffee.



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