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Skinny Vanilla Latte

Hi Everyone,

Now that the weather is getting cold, I think I am ready to start making hot coffee drinks.  I wanted to start my first hot coffee drink with my favorite drink that I always order from Starbucks, the Skinny Vanilla Latte.  I love this drink!!!

This drink is pretty easy to make and to be honest I like it better than Starbucks,  It has more of a vanilla flavor and I can make it as sweet as I like.  The key to this drink is whipping the milk together.  Now I do have a milk frother, but a lot of people don’t, so I did this the old fashion way by adding non-fat milk to a sauce pan along with vanilla extract and sugar and whisk until the milk is warm and frothy.  This was the first time I frothed milk on the stove and it turned out pretty good!!!  I’m impressed!!

I can’t get over how the weather last week went from turning the air on, to turning the heat on today.  I am not ready for winter!  I think from this weeks recipes you will see I am starting to make comfort foods.  Plus with the Foodbuzz event I have been wanting hearty warm meals over light and chilled meals.  I think that is one of the few things I like about Fall and Winter.  I am truly a summer person!!  It can never be to hot for me, even if I complain about it!  🙂

Skinny Vanilla Latte
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A light, frothy, warm vanilla flavored coffee drink.
Serves: 1¼ Cups
  • ½ cup brewed coffee
  • ⅔ cup non-fat milk
  • 1 tbsp. vanilla extract
  • ¼ - ½ tsp stevia (to taste)
  1. In a small sauce pan add milk, stevia and vanilla extract. Over low heat, whisk milk constantly at a fast speed for froth, for approx 2 minutes or until milk is warm and froth.
  2. Pour into coffee.
Calories: 94.1, Fat: .03, Cholesterol: 3.2, Sodium: 85, Potassium: 287.7, Carbs: 9.5, Fiber: 0, Sugar: 9.6, Protein: 5.6
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Serving size: 1¼ Cups

This is going to be a short post today!  It’s my Husbands and my wedding anniversary and I want to create a dessert to go with our dinner before he comes home from work.  I am just not sure what to make?

Have a great week and stay warm!!  Time for to crank the heat up!



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