Starbucks Copycat Iced Vanilla Latte RecipeCLICK HERE to subscribe to our weekly emails on finding and brewing amazing coffee!
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Here’s a quick look at the recipe, keep reading for a step by step tutorial with photos!
If you’re looking for a cool and easy way to chill off and wake up this is just the recipe for you. This Starbucks iced latte copycat recipe is fast, inexpensive, and oh-so tasty!
How to Make an Iced Vanilla Latte
We need to begin by gathering our ingredients. For this recipe, we’ll need 1/2 cup cold coffee or cold brew, 1/2 cup of milk, 2 tablespoons of vanilla syrup, and ice.
Once you have the vanilla syrup on hand you can whip one of these bad boys up as often as you like without the expense or the commute! You can buy any brand vanilla syrup, I used Torani, which is found at most local grocery stores.
Tip: If you’re really committed to the copycat Starbucks title, you can actually go to your local Starbucks and they will sell you a bottle of their syrup! It might run you a bit more $$ but will give you a closer “Starbucks” experience.
Begin by grabbing a glass of cold-brew or iced coffee.
Add your designated vanilla syrup.
After adding your vanilla syrup, stir well. Make sure the syrup blends into the coffee as much as possible.
After stirring, pour your coffee over ice. This will keep it cold and crisp.
Pour a splash of milk into your cup, stir again if needed, and enjoy!
- -1/2 cup strong cooled coffee or cold brew coffee
- -1/2 cup of your favorite milk (I used whole)
- -2 Tablespoons vanilla syrup
- Grab a cup of cold coffee or cold brew.
- Add the vanilla syrup and stir well.
- Pour the coffee over ice.
- Pour in the milk.
- Stir if needed, and enjoy!
Nutrition Information:Yield: 1 Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 120Total Fat: 4g
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