Nutella Latte

Sub-zero temperatures make hot drinks…and soup…taste especially good.  I like my coffee black, but I also enjoy a creamy latte or cafe mocha.  (Truth be told, I especially like one of these special drinks with a small handful of peanut M&Ms.  For a mid-afternoon pick-me-up, I count out 10 or 12 so I don’t eat the whole bag, but I digress…)

Coffeehouse drinks cost a pretty penny, and a copycat version can truly be pulled off at home.  While espresso more closely mimics the real deal, I use my favorite strong coffee for a pretty close stand in.

And for a little something extra sweet, I am including a photo of a new arrival at the bottom of this post.  I don’t often include family photos, but every once in a while there is one that merits.  This new addition makes me an aunt eight times over, and I couldn’t be more thrilled!

Nutella Latte
If you have an espresso maker, you can make your own version using espresso.

Yields 1 serving.
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  1. 1 cup strong brewed coffee
  2. 1/2 cup milk (non-fat, 2%, or soy according to preference)
  3. 1 tablespoon Nutella
  4. Whipped cream, optional
  1. Add the Nutella to the hot coffee and stir to dissolve.
  2. Pour the coffee mixture and the milk into your favorite mug. Top with a squirt of whipped cream, if desired.
  1. One tablespoon of Nutella will make a latte that is not overly sweet. If you prefer a sweeter drink, you may add more or sweeten to taste.
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And as mentioned above, the other something sweet….

Click on the photos for other Nutella recipes: Iced Nutella Latte, Nutella Pops, and Classic Cheesecake with a 2-Ingredient Chocolate Drizzle.

This recipe can also be seen at Lamberts Lately Create It Thursday and Moonlight & Mason Jars.

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