Cozy cinnamon maple oat milk latte

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If you're loving the cozy vibes of Autumn you must try this cozy cinnamon oat milk latte recipe from the comfort of your home. With homemade spiced oat milk, a hint of maple syrup, and a strong cup of espresso - you will have a new favorite drink to keep you warm this season.

I have been making homemade oat milk on repeat, and it's cozier than a bowl of warm oatmeal in the morning. It's nutty, oat flavor perfectly compliments the sweet maple and rich coffee flavor. And best yet, you can enjoy this vegan latte without any waste from styrofoam cups. If you haven't made your own oat milk yet, you'll be pleasantly surprised to find out it only requires oats and water!

Cinnamon maple Oat Milk Latte Ingredients

It’s really simple to make this latte, as long as you have some oats and spices on hand to make your oatmilk.

  • Strong black coffee or espresso
  • Organic maple syrup
  • Oat milk

Milk frothers:

This is a non dairy milk, meaning you wont get as much as a peaked froth as you would with cow's milk. However I find in my milk frother on a medium high temperature, I still get a nice froth.

Cinnamon maple oat milk latte

Cinnamon maple oat milk latte

Prep Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 5 minutes

If you're loving the cozy vibes of Autumn you must try this cinnamon oat milk latte recipe from the comfort of your home. With homemade spiced oat milk, a hint of maple syrup, and a strong cup of espresso - you will have a new favorite drink to keep you warm this season.

Ingredients

  • 1 cup of strong coffee or espresso
  • 4 oz oat milk
  • 1 tablespoon maple syrup
  • dash on cinnamon on top

Instructions

    Make a strong cup of coffee or espresso. Leave room in your cup or mug for frothed milk.

    While your coffee is brewing, froth your oat milk + maple syrup. This can be done in your stand-alone milk frother or on the stove using a handheld milk frother.

    When the coffee or espresso is done brewing, pour the frothy oat milk on top, using a spoon to scoop foam on top.

    Sprinkle cinnamon on top

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