Warm and cozy almond milk latte infused with pure maple syrup and sea salt. A cup of this liquid gold is just what your slow morning needs. It’s light and subtle with a velvety smooth texture filled with hints of salted maple. No fancy equipment needed - just throw it all in a blender and enjoy!
I JUST got on the morning hot coffee bandwagon. I used to only drink iced coffee. Hot coffee just never sounded appealing to me. I think it’s because I was making it wrong…Anyways, I have since come over to the hot coffee dark side and discovered this delicious almond milk latte. It has rocked my world. It’s light with a faint hint of pure maple syrup and sea salt. Talk about heaven in a cup!
The Easy Way to Make a Latte
What I love most about this maple sea latte is that it comes together in under 10 minutes. That’s about all I have the brainpower for early in the morning anyways. No fancy coffee equipment is needed. Simply heat up your almond milk on the stove then blend it up with the rest of the ingredients. It’s also super easy to make in large batches if you’re making lattes for a crowd. It’s a great way to make friends ;).
How to Top your Latte
Want your homemade latte to look and feel like you paid $5 for it? Toppings are key! I love to froth a little more almond milk (super fancy, I know) then spoon some on top for a little layer of cloud. Drizzle some extra maple syrup on top and sprinkle with sea salt flakes if you really want to get into it!
Cozy Maple Sea Salt Almond Milk Latte
- 2 cups almond milk - plain and unsweetened
- 2 shots espresso - or ½ cup strong coffee
- 3 tablespoon pure maple syrup - plus extra to top, optional
- 1 teaspoon vanilla
- ¼ teaspoon sea salt - plus extra to top, optional
- Heat the almond milk in a pot on the stove over medium-low heat until it begins to simmer.2 cups almond milk
- While almond milk is heating, make the espresso or strong coffee. Pour all ingredients into a high speed blender and blend until well combined.2 shots espresso, 3 tablespoon pure maple syrup, 1 teaspoon vanilla, ¼ teaspoon sea salt
- Pour into 2 coffee mugs and top with an extra drizzle of maple syrup and sprinkle of sea salt if desired.