I doubled the recipe using up the whole box of instant butterscotch pudding. After tasting I added a cup of cocoa (the kind that you just add water to make a cup of hot cocoa) which sent this over the top. I also have made blended toffee coffee by adding a tray of ice, 6-7 spoons of toffee coffee and about about a 1/2 cup of non fat milk to the blender and what came out was better than any starbucks :) This will be made again! Thank you for posting mandabears.
I love this!! I made up a batch this morning and made 3cups(for myself I may add...lol) I did spice mine up a bit after adding boiling water. I added some white sugar and Chocolate Nisquik, pinch of nutmeg,cloves and ginger along with alittle milk and half and half. AWESOME! This makes up nicely mandabears! Thanks for sharing.
I found a recipe like this in a Potluck Club book. I made it sugar free with sugar free french vanilla creamer and sugar free vanilla pudding mix. I will definitely try this butterscotch version!
I just made this recipe but it was from Hillybilly Housewife site and was written with half the proportions (1/2 c. coffee, 1 c. powdered milk, etc.) and adds 1 t. butter buds. It does call for the full 1/4 c. of instant butterscotch pudding mix, but I didn't have any, so I used 1 full box sugar free instant butterscotch pudding mix. Turned out great!
I was going to post a recipe almost like this one. The only difference is the addition of Butter Buds (2 tsps) and a pinch of salt...it is really tasty. Also, the recipe I have says 3 Tablespoons mix to 3/4 cup of water, which makes a very rich, creamy drink.
I made this mix to go in my Christmas food baskets for family this year. It is delicious and will be enjoyed by all who receive it!
Very good! Took more than 3 teaspoons, but it tasted just like the expensive stuff! Made for Christmas gifts!
Made this coffee mix as written and also tried it with some of MarshaD's suggestions. We liked it both ways. Thanks mandabear. bullwinkle.
I love this. I made mine sugar free so I made several substitutions but I believe that I still was able to get the general flavor and it was wonderful. Thanks for the recipe and thank you to Marsha for pointing it out to me.