Recipe by ELKEHINZE
"For all my Puerto Rican relatives and friends, this recipe will tantalize your taste buds and give you the wonderful flavor and creaminess of tembleque in a pinch. Coconut infused coffee and cinnamon delights when mixed with steamed milk."
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1 (1.5 fluid ounce) jigger
coconut-flavored syrup (such as DaVinci®)
I did not have espresso but I do have a Keurig. I warmed the milk with the coconut syrup and the cinnamon and added it to my coffee cup, then brewed the coffee from my Keurig into the coffee cup. This. Is. Delicious.
Yummy yummy! Different and delicious! I used a little bit less milk as I don't like my coffee as creamy.
This coffee flavor combination was different. Not so sure, I like the flavors of coconut, coffee, and cinnamon together. Only change I made was using coconut cream as I find it equally as sweet. I also whisked the milk to make it frothy. I think, it would be rather flat otherwise. It's not a bad recipe, just don't care for the flavor combination. Others may like it though. Citrus fruit and coffee has never worked together for me either. I guess, I just like the coffee taste to be dominate in the drink.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/1 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 1
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 22
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