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White chocolate macadamia cold brew recipe.

White chocolate macadamia cold brew recipe.

White chocolate macadamia cold brew is a delicious, cool and refreshing coffee beverage. It is combines the rich flavors of white chocolate and the nuttiness of macadamia. It extremely high in demand and it has been sold out in many locations. I am personally a big fan of this drink. The Starbucks white chocolate macadamia cream cold brew is a new cold brew beverage Starbucks unveiled this summer. 

According to the Starbucks this drink has a balanced and smooth taste. It’s a slightly sweet and creamy bold ice coffee with a bit of a nutty flavor to it.

Ingredients to make this recipe. 

There are few different components to this cold brew. These ingredients are available in the market, or you can make from them scratch. 

Cold brew. 

  • Cold brew either you can buy from the market, or you can make it at home. However, you can also use your favorite store-bought cold brew too! 

4 cups cold filtered water. 

White chocolate syrup. 

  • You can use any type of white chocolate syrup. Bu the chocolate syrup should be fantastic in this iced coffee drink. 

Macadamia syrup. 

  • This macadamia syrup is give us a better taste. This syrup is rich in nutty, and creamy. It’s absolutely delicious. 

Heavy cream. 

  • Creams are usually use to create thick, silky foam. Otherwise, you can almond milk, oat milk. 

Shortbread cookies. 

Granulated sugar  

Vanilla syrup. 

  • You can use vanilla syrup; it will make more delicious and taste. 

White chocolate mocha sauce. 

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How to make white chocolate macadamia cold brew recipe? 

Make macadamia syrup. 

Macadamia syrup is easy to make. You can buy from the market, it works really well, too. The macadamia syrup is increase the flavor and taste. 

Take one container, put water, sugar, and chopped macadamia nuts are mix and boil. Boil until the sugar is completely dissolve. Strain the syrup from the nuts. 

Keep mixture in bowl that you strain it into or transfer into a mason jar and place in fridge to cool completely. Syrup will continue to thicken as it cools. 

Make cold brew. 

Prepare the coffee grounds. 

To prepare the cold brew at first you need to prepare the coffee grounds. To prepare coffee grounds you can use a coarse grind setting on your coffee grinder. You will need one cup of coarsely ground coffee for every 4 cups of water. 

Mix coffee and water. 

In a container, add the coarsely ground coffee and cool or room temperature filtered water. And then ensure that all the coffee grounds are saturated with water. 

Steep the coffee. 

Cover the container and steep in the refrigerator at least for 12 hours.  

Strain the coffee. 

After steeping, strain the cold brew. 

Serve and customize. 

To serve, dilute the cold brew with water, milk, or your choice of milk alternative, depending on your taste performance. 

Assemble the white chocolate macadamia cold brew. 

Fill a glass with ice cubes. 

Pour the cold brew coffee over the ice, leaving some space at the top of the glass. 

Drizzle the white chocolate macadamia cream over the cold brew. 

Sprinkle the toasted and chopped macadamia nuts on top for extra flavor and garnish. 

Gently stir to combine the flavors. 

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Nutrition Facts. 

  • Calories: – 230 
  • Total fat: – 11 g 
  • Saturated fat: – 7 g 
  • Trans fat: – 0.4 g 
  • Cholesterol: – 35 mg 
  • Sodium: – 140 mg 
  • Carbohydrate: – 31 g 
  • Fiber: – 0 g 
  • Sugar: – 30 g 
  • Protein: – 2 g 
  • Caffeine: – 185 mg (Each caffeine is an approximate value) 

Health benefits. 

It can be heart healthy, and it also provide some essential nutrients like manganese and thiamine. 

This recipe is providing calcium and protein which is very important for our body. 

Cold brew coffee typically has less caffeine than hot brewed coffee. 

It is rich in antioxidants, which can help combat free radicals in the body and may contribute to overall health.

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