Recipe by Hugatunity
"I created this recipe for my little sister, Abbey, who's a latte fanatic. She was blown away, and drained it to the last drop! This makes one VERY large, indulgent latte, and could probably serve two. Enjoy!"
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1 1/2 cups
white chocolate chips, chopped
I MADE HALF A RECIPE. I USED ONLY MILK, AND USED STRONG COFFEE. THIS WAS SO GOOD, AND IM NOT EVEN A COFFEE DRINKER.
Im giving this 3 stars because although it was good, I didn't find it great. I had to add tons of white chocolate chips in order to give it the flavor, and it already had enough. Probably for more of a basic coffee drinker, but I like my stuff a little sweet.
Absolutely delicious!!! I added an extra dollop of whipped cream since I like things really sweet. Also since I didn't have any espresso at hand, I substituted it with 1/4 cup boiling water added to 3/4 tsp of instant coffee (I halved the recipe). This latte was absolutely heavenly, plus it's so quick and easy to prepare! And you can make lots of variants to boot, by replacing the white chocolate with milk or dark chocolate or something else you'd like try. Make sure you chop up the chocolate well or it'll end up as melty lumps at the bottom of your mug.
This is definitely the perfect latte recipe :) !
Good. It's easy to make and turns out really well. I skipped some of the steps. I just placed the choc. chips in the pan with the milk and they melted as I stirred. Then I added vanilla, etc. and poured espresso in once it was ready. It was a snap. I tried reg. choc and my husband liked it even better.
Delicious! I made this with regular chocolate chips and it was just as delicious. Also added a bit more cream to make it thicker and frothier.
I was surprised that this was really good! I made only one serving. I didn't have espresso and just used a strong brewed coffee. I have bakers real white chocolate in the cubard and one square equals 1 oz, or 2 Tblsp., making it easy to use. I didn't have heavy cream but had ff half and half in the house and subbed that. I topped it with whipped cream and white chocolate. What a treat, delicious!
yummy! very good! i left out the cream because i didn't have any (but def. would have used it if i had!) and used 1% milk. i took hot milk, the sugar, and vanilla and blended it in the blender until frothy instead of putting it on the stovetop. this is a wonderful recipe! thank you!
I'm drinking this now as I type. I can not believe how good this is! I didn't have cream, just used milk 2% and didn't have espresso, just brewed strong Maxwell house. And still it's one of the best cups of 'coffee' I"ve ever had! Thanks for sharing!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Abbey's White Chocolate Latte
Serving Size: 1/2 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 2
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 130
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