Yes, it IS what society would call, “Pumpkin Spice Everything season, OMG.” I would do a disservice to my “latte” brand by not having a recipe, so yes, I will definitely come up with one soon.
In the spirit of the season, Fall doesn’t just remind me of pumpkin spice lattes, but of lattes in general–really creative, cozy ones, and not just your espresso to milk ratio.
I tend to not eat any pastries or anything sweet with my coffee, mainly because, I do have to regretfully admit, like my coffee sweet. I feel like you can do so many creative things with coffee that way. With that said, why not combine my favorite cookie with my coffee! Here’s the recipe below:
WHAT YOU WILL NEED:
- Place milk in saucepan until hot (not boiling).
- Add Biscoff cookie butter and whisk. You’ll be surprised how easily it dissolves.
- Add vanilla extract
- Throw in cinnamon stick
- Stir until you can smell the fragrance of cinnamon
- Pour milk mixture in French Press and pump until milk froths
- Prepare espresso either with a machine or instant espresso packets (add hot water)
- Remove lid from french press and slowly pour in espresso
- Top latte with remaining froth OR whipped cream
- crush 1 Biscoff cookie and sprinkle on latte.
There you have it, a nice warm, fall latte. Enjoy! What are your cookie butter recipes? I’d like to know and try them out! For a full list of my recommended coffee gear, click HERE.
Anita Alig says
Wow, this is a serious treat! Thanks for sharing this delicious recipe!
What a treat! I actually have a jar of Biscoff cookie cream at home which I received as a gift and didn’t know what to use it for. Sweetening my morning coffee with it sounds like a perfect idea.
Be Back After says
This is going straight to the “must try” list ASAP
Dalene Ekirapa says
Oh yummy! This latte looks so good- the thick consistency is so inviting and the idea of using butter makes it even better. So delicious!
Vitthal phatak says
Wow this is really amezing
This looks delicious! I want to make this but I don’t know if Japan sells that cookie butter. I would eat it from the jar if I had it though because I love that brand of cookies!
Polly Amora says
This looks absolutely delicious! I haven’t tried this particular recipe but I’m glad that it looks easy to follow. And I still have a jar of Biscoff in my pantry. Thank you for this!!!
this looks so simple to make! Thanks for sharing the recipe!
Wow it looks easy to make this Latte and looks so delicious I would love to try this! thanks for this!
Serena Rogers says
Oh my day! I need this in my life! I’m going to try! Thank you!
Jessica A says
OMG i have some biscoff butter in the cabinet! now i also have an idea! THANK YOU!