Craving a delicious guilt-free latte but don't have an espresso machine (or have time to use it every morning?) You can make delicious frothy lattes with a high-speed blender in seconds (once your coffee or coffee substitute is brewed.)
I invented this recipe while trying to make a coffee free vegan version of Dave Asprey's "bulletproof coffee."
For a caffeine-free blender latte, first brew 2 cups of coffee substitute. (I like Teeccino's Mocha, Chocolate, or French Roast for this.) When the coffee beverage is ready, pour it into your high-speed blender along with a tablespoon of coconut oil and alternative milk to taste (I use about a quarter cup of coconut-almond milk, Califia brand because it's sweetened with natural Monk fruit and is zero-glycemic.) You can further sweeten the latte with sweetener of choice, and of course real sugar if you are not sugar-free. I find that the natural sweetness in coconut oil as well as the coconut almond milk is enough sweetness for me.
Now you can add some optional ingredients: a bit of cinnamon, some carob or cacao powder, nutmeg, vanilla, etc.
Blend on the highest speed for about 30 seconds, and then check to see if it has frothed up like a latte. If not, blend another 20 seconds and check. Once you see frothy bubbles on top, the latte is ready to pour into your mug and enjoy!
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