Maple Cappuccino

"A great way to jazz up your morning coffee simply with maple syrup, tastes like a fancy store bought syrupy coffee."
photo by Baby Kato photo by Baby Kato
photo by Baby Kato
photo by Baby Kato photo by Baby Kato
photo by Pneuma photo by Pneuma
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photo by Mandy photo by Mandy
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  • Put maple syrup in the bottom of a mug.
  • Foam & heat the milk.
  • Add the milk to the mug and then the coffee.
  • If you want the layered look as per the photo, pour the milk & coffee over the back of a spoon when adding to the mug.
  • Top with milk froth & dust with cocoa powder.

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  1. I really enjoyed this tasty coffee. It was sweet and had great depth. Deep and robust. I enjoyed this very much...thanks for sharing.
  2. This was tasty and a different way to have coffee!! Did add a bit more maple syrup after reading the different reviews! Thanks Mandy!
  3. After reading the reviews, I added more maple syrup. It tastes great but why oh why am I still partial to splenda/sugar in my coffee. Thanks for letting me try this though, Mandy! Made for WZT4.
  4. This didn't taste very good for me at first, either. So I upped the amount to a total of 2 TABLESPOONS maple syrup, then it was pretty good. And next time I'll just go ahead and add 3 whole Tbl., but maybe I just like it sweeter and a stronger maple flavor. Not bad by any means, though! :) May just need a little tweaking is all. ;) Made for the ZWT4
  5. I enjoyed the slight hint of maple in this cappuccino, but I did need to add a few more teaspoons to really taste it. Yummy! Thanks Mandy! Made for ZWT 4.


  1. This is great, I love the maple. I'll admit to using 3/4 tsp of maple extract in place of the syrup to cut the sugar and I replaced the sweetness with some Splenda. The espresso/maple blend is pure pleasure and the sprinkle of cocoa is a nice little touch. It's made in no time and something that I'll make again. Thanks Mandy.


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