At Home *Starbucks Inspired* Tea Latte Recipe!

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Good Afternoon Girlies!

I’ve always been a huge fan of tea but recently discovered lattes, and I’m obsessed! I’ve always thought lattes were coffee based so I was scared to try them(since I don’t like coffee), until my barista at Starbucks recommended a tea latte and now I’m hooked. Every Starbucks reward I earn I always get a Venti English Breakfast Tea Latte, but other then rewards I don’t normally purchase them for myself because they’re pretty pricey. Which is why I decided to invest in a milk frother and start making my own for a fraction of the price. I’m going to show you how to make an English Breakfast latte today, but this recipe makes an amazing London Fog as well, all you need to do is use an ‘Earl Grey’ tea bag instead!

What You’ll Need:

Tea Cup

Tea Bag (of your choice, I prefer English Breakfast)

Milk & Milk Frother (I use this one)

Vanilla Syrup (I use Starbucks Brand here)

Table Spoon

 

Directions:

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-Bring water to a boil and pour over teabag of choice

-let steep for 2 minutes (or to desired flavor) then remove bag

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-Add two tablespoons of Vanilla Flavored syrup and stir well

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-Turn on your frother and pour in about double the amount of milk you would normally put in your tea **but don’t over fill the frother because they do overflow. I usually fill just above the ‘minimum’ line on my frother.

-Once frothed, use a spoon to hold the foamy milk back and pour the warmed milk into your tea, stir, and cover with the foamy milk.

-Grab your favorite cookies, a book, and enjoy!

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Thanks so much for reading,

And have a wonderful week!

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