Egg Nog Latte Recipe :: copycat to Starbucks :: Delicious!

Egg Nog Latte Recipe :: copy cat to Starbucks Egg Nog Latte

Ingredients:

1/2 cup egg nog (Borden is very thick and good and Starbucks uses a local brand according to the area they are in)

1/4 cup whole milk or 2% milk. (recommend whole for frothing)

1 – 2 shots espresso or 1/4 c Espresso Roast coffee (ground and brewed strong)

a sprinkle of ground nutmeg

Instructions:

Combine cold egg nog with cold whole milk. Non-fat milk or soymilk can be substituted for the high-fat milk.

Steam the egg nog – milk mixture until the temperature reaches 145°F. or use stove-top and do NOT scorch. You just won’t have the foam unless you use some sort of mixer to create the foam. Hey, it works!

Egg nog heats and scalds quicker than milk, so watch your heat temperature closely.

Pull your espresso shots and place in mug or pour the 1/4 cup strong coffee in mug.

Fill the remaining room in mug with steamed egg nog mixture. Add extra eggnog foam to the top of the mug.

sprinkle with ground nutmeg.

4 Responses to Egg Nog Latte Recipe :: copycat to Starbucks :: Delicious!

  1. [...] Egg Nog Latte Recipe :: copy cat to Starbucks Egg Nog Latte Ingredients: 1/2 cup egg nog (Borden is very thick and good and Starbucks uses a local brand according to the area they are in) 1/4 cup whole milk or 2% milk. (recommend whole for frothing) 1 – 2 shots espresso or 1/4 c Espresso Roast coffee […] Read more… [...]

  2. [...] The Pumpkin Spice drinks might the most popular seasonal beverages – hot or cold – at Starbucks and there are more than a few people who mark their calendars with the release date every fall, but their two more Christmas-y drinks – the gingerbread and the eggnog lattes – deserve their time in the spotlight, too. Especially since those flavors are popping up at other coffee houses. The gingerbread latte is made with a spicy gingerbread syrup that is blended into a regular latte and topped, if desired, with whipped cream. The eggnog latte is a bit different and is made with real eggnog, which is mixed with a bit of regular milk (whole, nonfat, etc) and steamed as usual. You might not expect eggnog and coffee to go well together, but the combination is actually quite good. Especially if you know a barista that will a little something “extra” to the eggnog lattes on Christmas Eve (not that that would ever happen or anything…). [...]

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  4. Monica says:

    Where’s the dulce de leche? I’ve seen a few recipes for Dulce de Leche latte but no one actually uses Dulce de Leche.

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