Annacia, when I made this coffee, I reduced the recipe to make 2 servings, so I used the following amount of ingredients... 1-1/2 cups of water, 2 tablespoons of Folgers Black Silk Ground Coffee, 1/4 cup (plus 1/8 cup) of butterscotch chips, just 1 tablespoon of half-and-half, and I topped the coffee with some Reddi-Wip. It was delicious! - One thing I did want to mention... I ended up adding the freshly brewed coffee and the butterscotch chips in a small saucepan, and cooked that over a low temp on top the stove, to help dissolve the chips into the coffee. I then added the half-and-half, and heated the coffee through. I did not add any sugar, as I found the butterscotch chips had sweetened the coffee enough. After I topped the coffee with some Reddi-Wip, I found I didn't need to drizzle on the butterscotch syrup, as I don't think it really needs it.
I omitted the sugar, figuring the butterscotch chips would be sweet enough. I was still almost too sweet. I did not have the problem melting the chips the other people did but I used leftover coffee that was cold and heated in the microwave so it was steaming before adding the chips.
I made this today and my butterscotch chips just melted at the bottom and didnt really merge with the coffee. I read the other reviews after making and I may try that method if I make this again. Thanks for sharing!
I enjoyed it this morning. I didn't add sugar cause butterscotch chips are sweet. This was delicious. Thanks Annacia. Made for Please Review My Recipe.
This treat is soo decadent, I'm in trouble, I loved it, repeat after me, only once a day. I used a really strong blend of Kona Coffee for a sweet, rich, creamy drink. The whip cream is the perfect topping. I garnished my coffee with some melted butterscotch chips and canned cream. Thanks for sharing another winner Coffee Queen.