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Cafe latte milkshake recipe

Cafe latte milkshake recipe

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A delightful coffee milkshake to pick you up on those hot days. If you feel like going to extreme measures, top it with a dollop of whipped cream and chocolate shavings.

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IngredientsServes: 2

  • 350ml cold coffee
  • 2 scoops vanilla ice cream
  • 2 tablespoons chocolate syrup

MethodPrep:2min ›Ready in:2min

  1. In a blender, combine cold coffee, ice cream and chocolate syrup. Blend until smooth. Pour into glasses and serve.

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Reviews in English (25)

by ZAHRA M

It's really great, and my brothers and sisters loved it! but i prefer other kind of chocolate, i mean not syrup, but it's great anyway.-04 Dec 2001

by Jillian

Very, very good! This is one of those recipe where you have to adjust to your liking and it depends on how big your "scoops" of ice cream tend to be. I like stuff a little thicker so I used less coffee. These were great drizzled with additional chocolate syrup and topped with whipped cream - YUM!-25 May 2010

by Libby Wright

This was great! The only thing is that the measurments are a bit off... or else I measured wrong! I ended up putting half the gallon in in order to make it thick!You could probably even get away with a half a cup of coffee w/ the ice cream and then make the consistency the way you prefer by using skim milk... oh also frozen yogurt would work just as well and much better for you - Sweetbee's daughter-19 Mar 2005


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The Perfect Cappuccino

A light, foamy cappuccino is a favorite drink for many coffee lovers. Once you acquire two basic barista skills (pulling shots and foaming milk), you can learn how to make a cappuccino yourself.

A cappuccino is an Italian coffee drink that is traditionally prepared with equal parts double espresso, steamed milk, and steamed milk foam on top. Cream may be used instead of milk. It is typically smaller in volume than a latte, and has a thicker layer of microfoam. Espresso is typically made with dark roast coffee and ground finely.

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Almond Café Latte

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After all the chaos of black Friday shopping, it's nice to come back to an easy homemade pick-me-up. This Almond Cafe Latte is the perfect choice for winding down after the holiday rush the soothing coffee flavors will make you feel warm and cozy, and the amaretto adds a little pep back into your step after a long day. With all the hustle and bustle of the holiday, we're thankful for this easy coffee recipe.

What You'll Need

  • 1 cup water
  • 2 teaspoons espresso powder (see Tip)
  • 1 cup milk
  • 3 / 4 cup heavy cream
  • 1 / 2 cup amaretto (almond flavored) liqueur
  • WHIPPED CREAM
  • 1 / 2 cup heavy cream
  • 2 tablespoons confectioners’ sugar
  • 1 / 2 teaspoon pure vanilla extract

What to Do

  1. In a medium saucepan over medium heat, bring the water to a boil. Add the espresso powder and stir to dissolve. Reduce the heat to low, add the milk, 3/4 cup heavy cream and amaretto. Heat, stirring occasionally, until hot but not boiling.
  2. Meanwhile, in a medium bowl, combine 1/2 cup heavy cream, confectioners’ sugar and vanilla. With a hand mixer on medium speed, beat the cream mixture until stiff peaks form.
  3. Divide the espresso mixture evenly between four cups. Dollop with whipped cream and serve immediately.

Mr. Food Test Kitchen Tip!

  • If you’re not familiar with espresso powder think of it as really strong granulated coffee. You can find it in your supermarket in the coffee aisle. And when you’re serving this, we like to top it with some finely chopped almonds to give it an extra “wow”.
  • We love cooking with coffee! For more easy and tasty coffee drinks, try our Cafe Mochaccino, or our scrumptious Caramel Latte!
  • For something extra delicious with your coffee, try this Cinnamon Roll Coffee Cake.
  • And for a dessert way to do coffee, try this easy Coffee Milkshake!

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Omg, this coffee looks and sounds so delicious and I love the idea of topping it off with some finely chopped almonds. But, I'm not really into the alcohol in my food or drink trend. do you think it would work if I used almond extract instead? Just curious, but do you happen to have a recipe or name for the cookies that are in the picture. they look amazing and would be a perfect accompaniment to the Latte!

Hi there! Instead of the alcohol you can use one teaspoon of almond extract. As for the cookies, those are Kelly's Ricotta Cookies, which you can find here: http://test.mrfood.com/Cookie-Recipes/Kellys-Ricotta-Cookies

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The Dunkin' signature latte copycat recipe you'll make all the time

For those of us who reach for a latte every morning, it's helpful to have our coffee prepped and ready to go before ever having to leave the house. If we even have to leave the house at all, that is. While Dunkin' is certainly convenient, we can't help but notice that it's still farther away than our own kitchen. So, equipped with the right ingredients and a touch of cooking prowess, chef Jaime Shelbert shows us how to make a copycat Dunkin' Donuts signature latte at home.

You'll be stirring together your own caramel sauce, made with maple syrup, cashew butter, and coconut oil before brewing some strong coffee and frothing some warm milk — all without changing out of your house slippers. Finally, the latte gets topped with a little bit of whipped cream and a pinch of cinnamon to bring this comforting drink together. The recipe makes two drinks, so surprise your partner or friend with a fancy latte to kickstart their day as well. You'll be earning some pretty serious brownie points if you do.


Copycat Maple Pecan Latte

Save big bucks and make your favorite coffee drinks at home with this maple pecan latte. Start by mixing up a batch of homemade maple pecan syrup, then keep it in the fridge to satisfy your sweet coffee cravings.

An important base for the syrup is pecan butter. Don't worry if you have trouble finding it at the store—you can buy online or make it at home. Just like making homemade peanut or almond butter, all you have to do is add some cooled toasted pecans to a food processor and process until it turns into a smooth, creamy butter. Make a little extra to spread on toast and you might find yourself saying "peanut butter, who?"

Once you’ve got the pecan butter, the syrup comes together in a few minutes on the stovetop. The syrup contains cream, but if you’re dairy-free, you can still enjoy this homemade maple pecan latte. Just swap in coconut cream for a dairy-free spin use your favorite alt milk when making the latte and be sure to buy a dairy-free whipped cream to finish it off.

We struck a sweet balance between syrup and coffee in the recipe below. It’s your coffee drink, though, so feel free to add more or less maple pecan syrup to adjust it to your own liking.


What I Used to Make This Rooibos Latte

  • Rooibos
    Loose or in tea bags. If using loose, use a tea filter.
  • Vanilla extract, milk, honey, cinnamon (optional) with a spout for easy pouring.
  • Glass mugs
    I&rsquove been drinking all my tea lattes out of these mugs.

Usually I say to go with loose tea instead of tea bags since the quality is so much better with loose but for this recipe, I&rsquom fine with tea bags since it&rsquos easier to work with.

I prefer to let the loose tea steep in the water floating free but rooibos is too small to work with and can make a mess. I put the rooibos in tea filters to make it easier.

The rooibos latte involves two parts. One for the rooibos and one for the milk.

I steep and combine all rooibos ingredients in a saucepan. That part takes less than 10 minutes.

The next is the frothing of the milk. In my book, a drink isn&rsquot a latte without a nice froth.


How to Make an Oat Milk Latte at Home

Now let’s bring everything together and run through how to make an oat milk latte at home – frother or not.

First, brew your coffee or espresso as desired. If adding any tasty additions (like coconut oil, cinnamon, sweetener), combine with coffee in a blender and blend until smooth. Once your oat milk latte recipe base is ready, pour into a mug.

Finally, all that’s left to do is steam and froth the oat milk! Heat and froth up your oat milk as desired. You can heat and froth simultaneously with a magic frother like mine! Or, warm your oat milk over the stove or in the microwave. Then, froth using a hand-held frothing wand, or by hand by giving the warmed milk a vigorous whisk.

To serve, pour your frothed oat milk on top of your latte coffee base and finish with a sprinkle of cinnamon! Keep it as easy or fancy as you like—either way, this oat milk latte is simple enough to whip up every day. For some added indulgence, bake up my single serve oatmeal raisin cookie to enjoy with your latte!

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