Homemade Starbucks Drinks – Gemma’s Bigger Bolder Baking Ep 148

Homemade Starbucks Drinks – Gemma’s Bigger Bolder Baking Ep 148


Hi Bold Bakers. It is that time of the year when Starbucks
starts to bring out there famous fall and holiday drinks now I absolutely love them
but wouldn’t it be even better if you can make them at home by yourself? Of course it would and that is what we are
going to do today. So I asked you bold bakers on Instagram and
Facebook what Starbucks drinks I should make and the requests came flooding in. It picked the top three most requested and
we are doing to start out by making a pumpkin spice latte. So in a sauce pan we are going to add in some
brewed coffee. Now you can also make freshly brewed coffee
or you can also make coffee on instant granules that works really well too. Next we are doing to add in some milk. I am using 2% milk here. And you can also use a dairy free milk that
will work really well too. Now here I have a very important ingredient
and it is a pumpkin pure. Now I did a Bold Baking Basics video on how
you can make this really easy at home. Just a little secrete it is posted pumpkin
that is all it is. Next we are going to add in a little bit of
sugar for sweetness now you can use any kind of sugar you want coconut sugar stevia whatever
works for you. The next is an ingredient I love to use during
the fall and that is a pumpkin pie spice, now I have a recipe that is on how you can
really easily make this by mixing a few spices together and that is on my website. Along with the recipes for the actual drinks. it just gives you a lovely warm fall flavor. Now all you have to do is turn your heat onto
media and give it a little whisk around, and just let all of these flavors and ingredients
just mix together. it just takes around two minutes. These recipes will yield you one big mug,
but if you want to make four or five, just multiply the recipe it will work really well
too. This smells lovely it is simmering away I
am going to turn off the heat. Remove it and now it is ready for our mugs. Fill your mug all the way to the top. Then pipe on some whipped cream to garnish
and then sprinkle over a little bit of extra pumpkin pie spice. Lets see if it tastes as good as it looks. Oh yum. It tastes like fall in a mug. Onto our next drink. So I got very excited when I saw a lot of
people requesting my favorite flavor of Starbucks drink which is a salted caramel hot chocolate. Into our saucepan I would like to add in some
milk. I like to use full fat milk because it gives
you extra creaminess and you can also use a dairy free milk for this one too. So to make a big and bold hot chocolate we
do not use power we use the real deal chopped chocolate. This is very very important because you know
those kind of Italian really think hot chocolates you can get? They use really chocolate. Good quality. So this is 72% coco solids I find that is
a nice bit bitter and like rich sweetness. You can also use 50% if you want. Just trow that in there. Make sure he is chopped up nice and small. So the next ingredient we are going to add
into the pot is my salted caramel sauce. Just look at that. I always have a jar of this in my fridge. I recommend that you do too. And we are going to put a big spoon full of
this into our pot. So normal during the holiday season I would
almost have a salted caramel hot chocolate every day. I absolutely love them. But of course now I can make them at home
by myself. And I know exactly what goes into them. So give these ingredients a mix up on medium
heat and then just like before we are going to let it come to a simmer. So once it comes to a simmer let it simmer
for around two minutes. This will help your hot chocolate really thicken
up. This is the hot chocolate that dreams are
made of. Okay this looks perfect I am going to turn
off the heat. And pour it into my mug. Fill your mug all the way to the top and then
garnish with some freshly whipped cream. And caramel sauce all over the top. The reason this is my favorite drink is because
you can get the best of both worlds. Chocolate and salted caramel all heated up
and warmed together and then topped with whipped cream. I am not going to fill up on this guy because
we have one more to go. Into our sauce pan we are going to add in
coffee, milk, and some chopped chocolate. Over medium heat we are going to stir this
and then bring it to a simmer. So I mentioned that chocolate and peppermint
works really well together but also coffee and chocolate work really well together. That is why I like to add it into my cakes
and cupcake recipes. Once it simmers for a minute or two we are
going to turn off the heat and we are going to add in out mint flavor. Now you can use mint extract you can buy online
or you can make your own because we made our own extracts. And what you want to do is just add that in. And give him a little stir. The beauty of making these yourselves is that
we are not putting in those sugary syrups or anything like that these are all natural
ingredients. If it tastes as good as it smells we are doing
good. Now this guy is ready to be poured into a
mug. Fill your mug all the way to the top. And then decorate it with some freshly whipped
cream, and crushed peppermint candies. Oh my gosh this tastes like Christmas. The mint and the chocolate it is just so decadent. Weather you life peppermint, pumpkin, or salted
caramel there is a drink here for everyone. if you have not done so yet, make sure you
tap that subscribe button. And I will see you next Monday and Thursday
for more Bigger Bolder Baking.

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  1. i love Gemma s genuine ideas and how she manipulates flavors to obtain both beauty and delicious food . she s vert talented.

  2. Why ๐Ÿ˜ญ๐Ÿ˜ญ๐Ÿ˜ญ
    Why i know you just now… i waste my lifespan this whole time… you are so amazing Mrs. Stafford. Love your recipes… ๐Ÿ’–๐Ÿ’–๐Ÿ’–

  3. gemma's recipes are just so perfect…she is just so humble, and unlike a lot of YouTubers she replies to her follower

  4. How is it possible that you're still so slim and not extremely overweight with all that sweet food?๐Ÿ˜ฒ

  5. Starbucks, the worst coffee in the world, they don't even sell good coffee. you are a clown…
    what a load of crap. Starbucks mock

  6. could you please do more of these starbucks ones I love them so much but im not allowed coffee so could it be something else? love love love your channel

  7. I've been avoiding coffee at home for years because my dairy-free milk always seems to curdle . . . this recipe saved my coffee loving life (and my wallet) . . . Thank you Gemma!

  8. I love your videos so much love you thanks for filling my life with all these healthy creative and delicious recipes

  9. Legend says that she invented this drinks and showed it to starbucks and now she's sharing how to make it ๐Ÿ˜‚

  10. PEPPERMINT MOCHA IS MY ABSOLUTE FAVORITE!! Thank you for this recipe, Gemma. Will definitely try this! โค๏ธ

  11. I made peppermint hot chocolate today and trust me it turned out PERRRRFFFEEEECCCTTT.. Thank you Gemma.. ๐Ÿ’“

  12. Just watched your video with my 5yr son and he just said he wants your peppermint mocha drink and your his best friend…..lols. We love your videos. Thank you.

  13. whenever I put milk on the stove it leaves a film on the pan making it hard to clean. Do you have this problem or do you have a secret to prevent it?

  14. I would like to drink the 2 one but i cant scense there is to much choclate ( i dont like sweet chooclate ) can i use that black soor chooclate in the place of the sweet one and use the nisley caramel as well

  15. I tried hot chocolate in which I added coffee and caramel sauce it was soo tasty though I added milk chocolate because I can't eat dark chocolate so I did not add sugar and it was so perfect

  16. Hey thanks for the recipe this looks great! but I also noticed your fridge magnets in the background they look awesome! where can I get some?

  17. I recommend that you replace white sugar with brown sugar in the pumpkin spice latte if you're looking for an earthier, richer flavour.

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