Hey there friends! As promised we are getting all kinds of cozy over here and I’m really excited about today’s post because I am writing it in collaboration with my blogging best Nicole, from lovealatteblog.com.
As we are both HUGE coffee lovers we thought what better first blog post to collaborate on than a Fall Coffee Recipes post. We are each sharing our three favourite coffee recipes for fall so I hope your ready to fill up your mug with something delicious.
I actually have two different ways I make my hazelnut latte: Steam milk (you can use whatever your preference is, I usually use dairy or oatmilk)
1) Pour ~1 tablespoon hazelnut syrup into a mug, I’ve been using the Jordans skinny Mixes sugar free one lately and really enjoy it
2 shots of espresso into the mug, add the steamed milk & enjoy
2) If you don’t want to commit to buying a syrup flavour, my little hazelnut latte hack is to use Silk Almond Creamer in the Hazelnut flavour – warning it is pretty sweet so I like to steam about 1/4 cup creamer with 3/4 milk. Again, add two shots of espresso and viola!
Pumpkin Spice Latte
Steam 1 cup milk with 1/2 teaspoon pumpkin pie seasoning (Nicole taught me the trick to steam the powder in with the milk and let me tell you, it was a game changer!)
In your mug add a little dash of NuNaturals Vanilla syrup (or another sweetener of your choice. Add two shots of espresso then pour your milk on top!
For my dirty chai’s I like to start by steaming about 1/2 cup of milk.
In my mug I will do another little splash of the NuNaturals Vanilla syrup and then pour in 1/2 Tazo Chai Concentrate. I reccomend heating this part up in the microwave so that it doesn’t cool off the rest of you drink.
Next I add the two shots of espresso to my mug & top it with my steamed milk. If I am feeling extra fancy sometimes I’ll add a little dash of cinnamon to the top of my drink to make it look a little festive.
I loved making and sharing these yummy drink for you. My personal favourite from Nicole was the Maple Brown Sugar Latte, so delicious!
I would love to know what your favourite recipe of ours was!
XO Cassidy Hannah