If you love your lattes as much as I do, you know how expensive they can be if you buy one daily. A coffee making machine can turn you into a connoisseur of your coffee drinks at a fraction of the cost and without having to go to barista school. This, in turn, will save you money as you no longer have to pay for your favorite coffee drink anymore.
You don’t have to wait until you get to your local coffee joint for your morning coffee fix. Keep reading to learn how to make a latte with a Keurig.
Basic Keurig Latte Recipe
What You Need
- Keurig K-Café coffer and Latte Maker or Coffee Maker
- Keurig K-cup Pod
- Milk frother or blender
- Latte Mug
To make a basic latte, brew coffee using your Keurig latte maker or the Keurig latte maker. Then proceed to froth your milk using the latte maker if you own one or using a milk frother if you used a regular Keurig coffee maker.
Then add the frothed milk on top of your coffee as per your preference. You can also use a blender to froth your milk if you do not own a milk frother. Add sugar to taste.
Check this too: How to Make Iced Coffee with a Keurig
Other Keurig K Café Latte Recipes
There are several flavored latte recipes you can also make using your Keurig coffee maker. They are a slight modification of the basic latte recipe above.
Vanilla Latte Recipe
Brew coffee using Vanilla flavored specialty K-cups the proceed to add frothed milk as per the basic recipe above.
Chai Tea Latte Recipe
Brew chai tea K-cup coffee and add frothed milk for a chai tea latte.
Cinnamon Latte Recipe
Brew cinnamon flavored coffee and add milk to make a cinnamon latte. This is a good way to make your Keurig hot chocolate taste better too. You can also add cinnamon to regular K-cups brewed coffee then add frothed milk to make a cinnamon latte.
Caramel Latte Recipe
Use caramel-flavored K-cup to brew caramel coffee then add frothed milk to make a caramel latte.
Check this too: How to Prime a Keurig
You can also use flavor syrup or extract in regular-cup brewed coffee for the latte flavor of your choice. The latte flavor options are endless.
Making An Iced Latte With A Keurig
Brew regular K-cup coffee into a cup filled with ice then add frother milk to make an iced latte. You can then add a syrup or flavor extract for a different flavor profile.