How To Make A Chestnut Praline Latte:
- Whole chestnuts
- Sugar, brown and white
- Vanilla extract
- Espresso or strong coffee
- Whipped cream
How to make:
- Start to roast the chestnuts (for about 75 degrees in the oven)
- Before you roast the chestnut, carefully pull away the shell to get the “meat”
- Once you have that, you can process it or finely chop it to make a syrup. To do this, combine the chopped chestnuts, water, and sugar in a sauce pan. It's basically a simple syrup with chestnuts added on top
- While the chestnuts were roasting, I pralined some pecans similar to my cinnamon sugar version. To make the crumble, combine these ingredients in a food processor with some brown sugar.
- Once you have the chestnut syrup and pecan crumble, you can begin assembling your latte
- Fill a glass or coffee mug halfway with syrup. Stir in the hot espresso or strong coffee. Pour in the steamed milk. Garnish with whipped cream and pecan crumble
- Finally, the chestnut praline latte is done!
What Is In Starbucks Chestnut Praline Latte?
In Starbucks Chesnut Praline Latte there are Starbucks signature espresso and velvety steamed milk are combined with flavors of caramelized chestnuts and spices, then topped with whipped cream and specially spiced praline crumbs for a holiday finale.
What Is In Chestnut Praline Syrup?
What is in chestnut praline syrup? In chestnut praline syrup there are the combination of sugar, water, natural flavour, citric Acid (E330), preservative: potassium sorbate (E202).
How Many Pumps Of Syrup Are In A Chestnut Praline Latte?
In a chestnut praline latte, there are four pumps of chestnut praline syrup to a cup.
The syrup is too sweet on its own, and the flavors aren't fully discernible until it's diluted with coffee and milk. The topping, on the other hand, is like a crunchy, addictive praline granola on its own. Praline, for those who are unfamiliar, is a candy made from nuts and sugar syrup.
What Is In Starbucks Chestnut Praline Topping?
What's in a Starbucks Chestnut Praline Latte topping?
The chestnut praline topping is basically spicy sugar bits. In fact, this crumb topping is made with two types of sugar: toffee sugar and cane sugar that has been coated in cinnamon, ginger, and clove.