Raspberry Iced Latte Recipe
An iced latte with raspberry is amazing! Fruity flavors with espresso has been a combination I've enjoyed for years. Now, I want you to try it, so let's make a raspberry iced latte!
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Raspberry flavor is just the right amount of sweetness I like for my latte. As I've gotten older, I appreciate the taste of espresso to be in the forefront for my iced drinks with a hint of fruit. This recipe can also work for hot drinks. Fall & winter is when I tend to indulge on the warmer side of lattes.
I make espresso brewed with my machine. But this can also be made with packaged cold brew coffee from the dairy section of your grocery store as a substitute. I purchase the Chobani or Starbucks brand. It's just as delicious and convenient!
Ingredients You Will Need:
Almond Milk (or the milk you prefer)
How to Make a Raspberry Iced Latte:
Start by brewing 2 shots espresso, follow the measurements on the package and instructions for your espresso machine.
Next, grab your glass and add combine 3 teaspoons of Torani Raspberry Syrup, 2 teaspoons of simple syrup and one cup of almond milk & stir. Then, pour in your 2 shots of espresso, add a scoop of ice. Top with whipped cream & enjoy!
Sweet cream cold foam can be use instead of whipped cream. My sweet cream recipe is 1/4 cup of heavy whipping cream, 1/4 cup of 2% milk and 1/2 teaspoon of vanilla syrup into a cup or mason jar. Use the frother to mix ingredients until foam consistency. If you don't have a frother you can simply put a lid on the jar or cup and shake until foamy!
Be creative when playing barista at home! Peach is another great flavor I love for iced lattes. Try any combination your heart desires. Comment and share your favorite coffee drinks below!