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Vanilla Latte

Rated as 4.25 out of 5 Stars

"This is an easy espresso drink to make with your home espresso machine--steamed milk and a shot of espresso with vanilla flavoring."
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6 m servings 261
Original recipe yields 1 servings (1 serving)


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  1. Pour milk into a steaming pitcher and heat to 145 degrees F to 165 degrees F (65 to 70 degrees C) using the steaming wand. Measure the vanilla syrup into a large coffee mug. Brew espresso, then add to mug. Pour the steamed milk into the mug, using a spoon to hold back the foam. Spoon foam over the top.

Nutrition Facts

Per Serving: 261 calories; 6.1 41.3 10.1 24 142 Full nutrition

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Milk must be steamed first before shots are pulled. When all 3 ingrediants are combined at the same time the latte has more of a carmely taste rather than bitter.

When you steam the latte with the vanilla syrup the froth on top will taste awefully good.

Not my "cup of tea"as I'm not a fan of these type coffee drinks, but Hubs enjoyed it for a weekend treat - both making it (he does love that espresso machine and frother thingy) and drinking i...

The first time I made this drink was quite a few years ago. I found a recipe on line to make my own vanilla syrup. The vanilla syrup is so easy to make and so much cheaper. I would only add 1 to...

Used raw maui sugar on top.

What to do when you don't have an espresso machine? I warmed the milk, frothed it with my magic frother wand, added a packet of Starbucks Via Italian Roast Coffee, added Madagascar Vanilla, and...

I don't have an espresso machine, so I use 1/2 c milk to 1/2 c strong brewed coffee. I heat and whisk the milk on the stovetop (which I learned from this site). I only put 1 T coffee syrup in, a...

Good ratio for flavor! I though I would like whole milk more, but 2% keeps it from being too sweet.

I heated the milk on a sauce pan. Used a hand held battery operated whisk to froth the milk.