If you are a Starbucks lover, then you are going to be disappointed in this house vanilla sweet cream frosted mousse recipe.
It’s made with just a few simple ingredients and you can keep this copycat vanilla ice cream frosting in your fridge for up to 5 days.
Starbucks fans, we’re about to make your dreams come true with its Vanilla Sweet Creme Iced Frothe recipe.
What is Starbucks Vanilla Sweet Cream Cold Foam?
Vanilla Sweet Cream Iced Frothe is Starbucks’ summery ice cream, usually served over iced brewed coffee.
Vanilla Sweet Custard Cold Foam is sweet, creamy, and frothy (AKA frothy) floating perfectly on top of your cold brew. It’s basically sweetened vanilla ice cream upgraded, and we’re here for it.
What’s in the sweetened cream frosted foam?
Thick paste. heavy cream is the base of the sweet vanilla cream foam.
2% milk. a little 2% milk is added to it, so that the heavy cream does not turn into whipped cream, but rather turns into foam. Don’t skip this.
Vanilla bean paste. there’s nothing better than seeing the little features of vanilla bean paste. For this you need 1/2 vanilla bean.
Simple syrup. Feel free to use store-bought simple syrup or make your own homemade simple syrup.
Salt: a little salt brings out all that delicious vanilla flavor.
Why should I use cream and milk?
The reason you need to thin the cream with a little milk is so it doesn’t curdle and mixes easily with your coffee. Often when you add straight cream to coffee, it clumps, which is why most people use half (cream + milk).
Exchange of components
Can I use iced coffee instead?
You can absolutely use iced coffee instead of iced coffee.
Not even sure what the difference is? Cold brew coffee is brewed by steeping instead of heat. Check out our homemade cold brew recipe here.
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Check out this super simple tutorial on how to make your own iced coffee at home with just 2 ingredients.
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What can I use instead of simple syrup?
If you don’t want to use simple syrup, but still want to sweeten your custard, here are some ideas:
Can I use vanilla extract?
While we prefer the vanilla bean past, you can use vanilla extract if that’s all you have. We recommend 1/2 – 1 tsp.
How to make vanilla ice cream frosting
Let’s make Starbucks vanilla ice cream!
- Scrape the vanilla beans. first, use the back of a butter knife to scrape the vanilla bean paste from the vanilla bean. Add it to a small container.
- Add the ingredients to the jar. Put the remaining ingredients in a container.
- Mix. Place the lid on the jar and stir to combine. How is there an option to serve?
- Foam: To whip the vanilla cream into a foam, use a whisk to whip it for 15-20 seconds.
How to “foam” the sweet vanilla cream
The reason vanilla custard is considered “foam” is because it’s actually whipped into a foam. There are many different ways to do this.
Electric foam. we have a Nespresso electric frother and it works like a gem. Just make sure to use the cool setting.
Hand electric foamer. Hand whisks are an inexpensive way to whip up vanilla ice cream.
French press. it’s our little secret, but the french press really works like a charm when it comes to foam. Simply place the sweet vanilla cream in your French press and use the pump to whip it up.
Beat. Don’t have any of the above? Use a little elbow grease and shake after it.
Vanilla Sweet Custard Mousse is like an upgraded vanilla custard. It’s sweet, fizzy and so perfect for any coffee drink.
- Cold Brew. Top off your cold brew coffee with this frothy flavor.
- French press coffee. You’ll never want to drink your French press coffee any other way than topped with this foam.
- Drip coffee: lclassic drip coffee? Us too. This foam makes it even better.
If you think you’ll have leftover vanilla ice cream, don’t whip it if you’re going to store it.
Transfer it to an airtight container or container, seal and refrigerate for up to 5 days.