MONIN Premium White Chocolate Syrup 700ml for Coffee and Cocktails. Vegan-Friendly, Allergen-Free, 100 Percent Natural Flavours and Colourings
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If white mocha is part of your daily routine, this recipe is easily multiplied. It keeps for about 7 days in the fridge (unless the cream expires sooner), but it’s so tasty, my guess is it will be used up before then! White Chocolate: Using a bar of white chocolate meant for baking is a must for making this syrup. Skip the white chocolate chips, they simply don’t melt as smoothly and “want” to harden up again. To a microwave-safe bowl, add the white chocolate and half and half and pop in the microwave at 50% power for 30 seconds. Take it out and mix really well. If it's not fully melted, microwave again at 50% power for 15 seconds and mix again until melted.
You can use cooled brewed coffee or make Instant Pot coffee concentrate. However, I prefer a cold brew. For ease of browsing, you can find all my dessert sauce recipes in one place. Thanks for being here! To be called white chocolate, it must contain cocoa butter. Period. How To Make White Chocolate SyrupYou can make a very tasty sauce by melting high-quality white chocolate in hot milk or half and half. Southern Living explains that chocolate chips have a stabilizer added to them and less cocoa butter than baking chocolate.
There you have it: a simple white chocolate mocha recipe, plus brewing tips to use the equipment you already have. We hope you enjoy your homemade coffee drink! White chocolate is a tasty addition to a latte, and making this mocha at home is fun and affordable. Time to get brewing! sweetened condensed milk: You can use skim or regular sweetened condensed milk. If you want to make your sauce vegan, substitute sweetened condensed coconut milk and be sure to use vegan sugar. Do NOT substitute evaporated milk Certainly didn’t put it in a fancy smancy pitcher but here is my White Chocolate Sauce that tastes absolutely amazing. Just like the finest White Chocolate from a local Chocolatier.Heat over low to medium heat until the chocolate chips are melted. Be careful not to overheat or let boil.