Blended Caramel Chai, Caramel Cappuccino and Vanilla Coffee Jelly

Why not give your guests this Holiday (Eid Al Fitr) season the cafe experience at the comfort of your home without spending too much? 🙂

Today we’ll be featuring Lipton, Ali Cafe and Nescafe’s 3 in 1 coffee and chai mixes.

2

each recipe serves 2 to 3

Ali Cafe Caramel Cappuccino Blended Coffee

  • 2 sachets of Ali Cafe Caramel Cappuccino
  • 1 mug of water
  • 2 cups ice (more or less)
  • 2 tbsp caramel sauce plus more for drizzling
  • whipped cream topping
  • crushed or whole Biscoff biscuits

Dissolve the coffee mix and caramel sauce in a mug with water.  In a blender, combine the dissolved coffee mixture and ice, blend until smooth. Pour into prepared containers, top with whipped cream and  Biscoff biscuits then drizzle with caramel sauce.

 3 ali cafe

1 caramel capppuccino

3 alicafe

Lipton Caramel Chai Latte

  • 2 sachets of Lipton Caramel Chai Latte
  • 1 mug of water
  • 2 cups ice (more or less)
  • caramel sauce for topping
  • whipped cream topping

Dissolve the chai mix in a mug with water.  In a blender, combine the dissolved chai mixture and ice, blend until smooth. Pour into prepared containers, top with whipped cream and drizzle with caramel sauce.

5 chai latte

4 chai

 

Nescafe Vanilla Blended Coffee with Coffee Jelly

To make the coffee jelly

  • clear flavorless gelatin powder
  • coffee (I used 1 and 1/4 tbsp)
  • brown sugar (I used 1 and 1/2 tbsp)
  • water
  • coffee mocha or coffee flavoring (I used 1 drop of coffee flavoring)

Make the jelly according to the package instructions of the brand you are using. Simply combine all the ingredients except the flavoring and stir. Bring to a boil, put in molds and cool completely until fully set.

NOTES : It will be your personal preference when it comes to the amount of coffee and sugar, so I suggest that you mix the water, coffee and sugar first before you add the gelatin powder, that way you can taste and adjust your mixture. When it comes to the amount of water, I always lessen the amount of water than the preferred in the box, this is to make firmer and chewy jelly. Alsa Gulaman suggests 410ml  but I only use 350ml. The coffee flavoring is optional, adding this will boost the coffee flavor without the added bitterness.

Alsa Gulaman unflavored clear variety is better than Mr. Gulaman in my opinion.

3 coffee jelly

1 coffee jelly

To make the blended coffee

  • 2 to 3 sachets of Nescafe Vanilla Cappuccino (or the regular 3 in 1 mix)
  • 1 mug of water
  • 2 cups ice (more or less)
  • coffee jelly
  • whipped cream topping (optional)
  • chocolate sauce (optional)

Put some spoonful of thinly sliced coffee jelly in a preferred container. Dissolve the coffee mix in a mug with water.  In a blender, combine the dissolved coffee mixture and ice, blend until smooth. Pour into prepared containers, top with whipped cream and drizzle with chocolate sauce.

NOTE : Slice the jelly thin enough that it can pass through the straw you’re going to use.

2 coffee jelly

 

Enjoy!

 

 

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