Cinnamon Maple Latte – Perfect Fall Flavor Espresso Drink RecipeCLICK HERE to subscribe to our weekly emails on finding and brewing amazing coffee!
Fall!! Coffee lovers everywhere are rejoicing about the fall flavors hitting their favorite coffee shops! While the ever loved PSL is top on many people’s list, the warm fally flavors of cinnamon and maple syrup definitely give pumpkin a run for its money!
Here’s a quick look at the recipe, but keep scrolling for more step by step instructions:
Speaking of money, you won’t even need any to sip and savor this delicious delight as all of its simple ingredients can be found right at home in your kitchen!
So, don’t FALL into the rut of drinking the same old seasonal lattes every year! So, broaden your autumn horizons and mix up this maple latte!
Brew a strong cup of coffee or pull an espresso if you have the ability to do so!
Then on to frothing the milk. This can actually be done multiple ways…For this recipe I used a quick and handy trick I found online and if you don’t have access to a milk frother this works really well!
Pour your milk into a mason jar with the lid off and microwave for about 1 minute. Then place the lid on tight and shake the warm milk until frothy.
Pour your maple syrup into the “falliest” mug you own, pour your hot coffee over top and then pour your warm milk over that.
Leave room at the top to spoon on the froth! Now, you can either stop there and sprinkle with cinnamon or get a little crazy and top with whipped cream and then a sprinkle of cinnamon…I opted for the craziness.
Cinnamony Maple Latte
- 3/4 Cup Milk of your choosing (I used whole)
- 1/2 Cup Strong brewed coffee
- 2 tbsp Real maple syrup
- 1 Dash Cinnamon
- 1 Scoop Whipped cream (optional)
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