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Starbucks Eggnog Latte

Starbucks Eggnog Latte is one of the ways I have marked the start of the holiday season. This creamy and sweet coffee concoction is my favorite item on their seasonal menu.  This fall I have been on the quest to recreate these delicious coffee drinks at home, and this is my second coffee drink.



When making coffee drinks at home such as this one, you may not have an expensive espresso maker, there are a couple of ways we can make really strong coffee at home. You can simply use 1 1/2 to 2 times the coffee you would normally use when making coffee. If you have a home grinder, grind the coffee very fine. Espresso is typically ground very fine to let the coffee flavor to really come through. I use a moka pot which can be purchased for about 20 dollars.

If you want a sugar free version you can use sugar free eggnog to make this drink.

  • Jeannie

    I would like to make this but were can I purchase the eggnog

    • stephaniemanley

      Most American grocery stores have Egg Nog in the dairy section from Thanksgiving to New Years.

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    This looks absolutely great. I tried it and although it wasn’t quite as pretty as the image here, it tasted wonderful. I will perfect this in time I’m sure. Thanks for sharing the recipe.

    • stephaniemanley

      I bet yours tasted great ;)

  • http://www.facebook.com/Penelope.L.Penderhausen Penelope L. Penderhausen

    Uh…YUM! I was really reluctant to try the eggnog latte. I had one 6 or 7 years ago at another company’s espresso drive through window. I was about 3 miles down the road, late for a meeting when i took my first sip. It was curdled and sour and grossed me out. I dumped it in the parking lot and have not tried one until my friend convinced me to try Starbuck’s this year. Oh, my….I am so hooked and now can make my own!

    • http://www.copykat.com Stephanie

      Maybe they didn’t cut the eggnog with half and half. I would like to think no one would serve spoiled milk. Although many years ago when I worked at Dairy Queen the soft serve mix could spoil. You would never know it because it was in these large bags. So there was more than once I served up a spoiled ice cream cone. Crazy.

    • stephaniemanley

      Often really bad experiences turn us off of certain foods. I won’t hardly eat meatloaf! I completely understand.

  • Kelsey

    super duper excited to make this!

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