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One of the first creamy drinks I was introduced to was a traditional White Russian. Ever since that first sip, I have been hooked. The drinks are so decadent and since I have a sweet tooth, they double as a great after dinner dessert drink. So it’s probably no surprise that I enjoy experimenting with various ways to enjoy a White Russian cocktail. And making a Salted Caramel White Russian really hits the spot.

Salted Caramel White Russian

Cream based drinks mixed with caramel are two great tastes that taste great together as the old jingle goes. And when you add the delicious coffee flavor of Kahlua, well, it’s just all the more heavenly.

So when it starts getting cold outside, or even if I just wish it was cold outside, I like to bring a little bit of winter indoors and enjoy a delicious drink. And making a White Russian with has never let me down.

When I make a White Russian, I kind of go with the idea of “go big or go home.” I’m typically a fan of doing all that I can to reduce the calories and carbs in my drinks, and you can certainly do so with this drink. In fact, substituting milk for cream reduces your caloric intake quite a bit. You can also substitute a

But one of the things I love about this drink is that it is so divinely rich. So I like to adjust the other things I’m enjoying that day so I can have my White Russian just the way I like it. Rich, heavenly, and made with fresh, buttery cream. It’s a little bit of heaven!

Ingredients you need to make our Salted Caramel White Russian

Salted Caramel White Russian

- Salted Caramel flavored vodka

- Caramel sauce for garnish is great)

With this recipe, if you want to serve it without alcohol, I like to substitute to use in place of Kahlua liqueur. Omit the vodka. Then you can add a bit more cream and still get the taste of salted caramel from the caramel sauce without sacrificing the yummy Kahlua taste.

You can also mix it up a bit and use instead of Kahlua syrup. If you do that, you sub in the coffee, and you can serve it either hot or cold for a yummy salted caramel and Kahlua White Russian latte. You’ve got some fun options, and I’d love to hear how you mix it up!

How to make the Salted Caramel White Russian

Salted Caramel White Russian

Be sure to start with putting some in your glass. I like to leave a nice dollop on the bottom. You can even rim your glass with caramel sauce and let it drizzle down the inside. Then combine your other ingredients in your cocktail shaker, give it a gentle shake and pour over ice.

One of the things I love about a salted #caramel White Russian is that it is so decadent. It's a delicious dessert #drink.

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- Start by swirling some extra caramel sauce around the inside of your glass.

- You can also rim the glass in caramel.

Salted Caramel White Russian

- In a shaker, add salted caramel vodka, Kahlua, and milk or cream.

- Garnish with additional caramel, if desired, and a pinch of course sea salt.

Please note that nutrition facts are subject to change based on your choice of ingredients.

Please let us know how you enjoy our Salted Caramel White Russian recipe. If you make it yourself, please let us know on that you tried it and tag us with #champagneandcoconuts on your photo. If you haven’t had a chance to make it yet, be sure to save the recipe on Pinterest so you’ll remember where you found it.

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» Salted Caramel White Russian

Salted Caramel White Russian

, , , , , , , , · October 26, 2018

This post may contain affiliate links. Please see our for more information.

One of the first creamy drinks I was introduced to was a traditional White Russian. Ever since that first sip, I have been hooked. The drinks are so decadent and since I have a sweet tooth, they double as a great after dinner dessert drink. So it’s probably no surprise that I enjoy experimenting with various ways to enjoy a White Russian cocktail. And making a Salted Caramel White Russian really hits the spot.

Cream based drinks mixed with caramel are two great tastes that taste great together as the old jingle goes. And when you add the delicious coffee flavor of Kahlua, well, it’s just all the more heavenly.

So when it starts getting cold outside, or even if I just wish it was cold outside, I like to bring a little bit of winter indoors and enjoy a delicious drink. And making a White Russian with has never let me down.

Salted Caramel White Russian

When I make a White Russian, I kind of go with the idea of “go big or go home.” I’m typically a fan of doing all that I can to reduce the calories and carbs in my drinks, and you can certainly do so with this drink. In fact, substituting milk for cream reduces your caloric intake quite a bit. You can also substitute a

But one of the things I love about this drink is that it is so divinely rich. So I like to adjust the other things I’m enjoying that day so I can have my White Russian just the way I like it. Rich, heavenly, and made with fresh, buttery cream. It’s a little bit of heaven!

Ingredients you need to make our Salted Caramel White Russian

- Salted Caramel flavored vodka

- Caramel sauce for garnish is great)

Salted Caramel White Russian

With this recipe, if you want to serve it without alcohol, I like to substitute to use in place of Kahlua liqueur. Omit the vodka. Then you can add a bit more cream and still get the taste of salted caramel from the caramel sauce without sacrificing the yummy Kahlua taste.

You can also mix it up a bit and use instead of Kahlua syrup. If you do that, you sub in the coffee, and you can serve it either hot or cold for a yummy salted caramel and Kahlua White Russian latte. You’ve got some fun options, and I’d love to hear how you mix it up!

How to make the Salted Caramel White Russian

Be sure to start with putting some in your glass. I like to leave a nice dollop on the bottom. You can even rim your glass with caramel sauce and let it drizzle down the inside. Then combine your other ingredients in your cocktail shaker, give it a gentle shake and pour over ice.

One of the things I love about a salted #caramel White Russian is that it is so decadent. It's a delicious dessert #drink.

Salted Caramel White Russian

Keyword: Salted Caramel White Russian

- Start by swirling some extra caramel sauce around the inside of your glass.

- You can also rim the glass in caramel.

- In a shaker, add salted caramel vodka, Kahlua, and milk or cream.

- Garnish with additional caramel, if desired, and a pinch of course sea salt.

Salted Caramel White Russian

Please note that nutrition facts are subject to change based on your choice of ingredients.

Please let us know how you enjoy our Salted Caramel White Russian recipe. If you make it yourself, please let us know on that you tried it and tag us with #champagneandcoconuts on your photo. If you haven’t had a chance to make it yet, be sure to save the recipe on Pinterest so you’ll remember where you found it.

You may enjoy following our Pinterest Boards, and

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.

Salted Caramel White Russian

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Hi, I'm Jennifer, your cocktail consigliere. My husband and I live in Southern CA. Some of my favorite things are tiki bars, catching the sunset at the beach while sipping a fruity drink, and spoiling my dog rotten.

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Salted Caramel White Russian

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» Salted Caramel White Russian

, , , , , , , , · October 26, 2018

This post may contain affiliate links. Please see our for more information.

Salted Caramel White Russian

One of the first creamy drinks I was introduced to was a traditional White Russian. Ever since that first sip, I have been hooked. The drinks are so decadent and since I have a sweet tooth, they double as a great after dinner dessert drink. So it’s probably no surprise that I enjoy experimenting with various ways to enjoy a White Russian cocktail. And making a Salted Caramel White Russian really hits the spot.

Cream based drinks mixed with caramel are two great tastes that taste great together as the old jingle goes. And when you add the delicious coffee flavor of Kahlua, well, it’s just all the more heavenly.

So when it starts getting cold outside, or even if I just wish it was cold outside, I like to bring a little bit of winter indoors and enjoy a delicious drink. And making a White Russian with has never let me down.

When I make a White Russian, I kind of go with the idea of “go big or go home.” I’m typically a fan of doing all that I can to reduce the calories and carbs in my drinks, and you can certainly do so with this drink. In fact, substituting milk for cream reduces your caloric intake quite a bit. You can also substitute a

But one of the things I love about this drink is that it is so divinely rich. So I like to adjust the other things I’m enjoying that day so I can have my White Russian just the way I like it. Rich, heavenly, and made with fresh, buttery cream. It’s a little bit of heaven!

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