How to Make a Caramel Macchiato At Home by Erin Baynham

For many years, a Starbucks iced caramel macchiato was my go-to drink. But at $5 a pop, it was a luxury that I needed to curb. It took many years of research to figure out how to make a proper dupe, but this one definitely hit the nail on the head.

Before I begin, really think about how many of these you plan to drink, and how you can repurpose the ingredients. Vanilla syrup and caramel sauce are very specific items to have in your pantry. If you aren't going to use them over and over, don't waste the money purchasing them. Just go to Starbucks and get your drink.

 

For many years, a Starbucks iced caramel macchiato was my go-to drink. But at $5 a pop, it was a luxury that I needed to curb. It took many years of research to figure out how to make a proper dupe, but this one definitely hit the nail on the head.

Before I begin, really think about how many of these you plan to drink, and how you can repurpose the ingredients. Vanilla syrup and caramel sauce are very specific items to have in your pantry. If you aren't going to use them over and over, don't waste the money purchasing them. Just go to Starbucks and get your drink.

Also, keep in mind that there's no way to have your drink taste exactly like Starbucks unless you have a fancy espresso maker.