Last Updated on 24th March 2023 by Pauline Loughlin
Sometimes, we may need a cup of coffee but don’t have the time to get out of bed in the morning. Most of us are only half awake, and on the verge of passing out by the time, we return to work. I love to drink a cup of oat milk honey latte with a dash of orange and cinnamon to refresh me during these times.
The Oat Milk Latte is a great dairy-free substitute. This silky and delectably sweet vegan latte calls for some honey, and you don’t have to feel bad about indulging in your desires because it’s crafted with healthful, nutrient-rich ingredients, even if you’re a vegan.
This drink is one of the best drinks to get your hands on some sweet and creamy oats. You may save over 100 calories per serving by making your oat milk instead of buying store-bought. Plus, it will save you a lot of money!
How To Make Oat Milk Honey Latte
Honey and milk always go together, and these two words conjure up images of a sweet, creamy treat. This fantastic oat milk honey latte is a great way to start your day off positively. So, if you’re feeling sluggish or enjoy the combination of milk and honey, this is for you.
But before anything else, what is an oat milk honey latte, exactly?
Suppose you’ve been to a coffee shop recently. You’re likely to have noticed a creamy delicacy made with espresso and foamy oat milk rather than ordinary milk or almond milk, which can be flavored with honey, cinnamon, or cocoa powder.
How do you make this drink? You might ask.
To make an oat milk honey latte, the first step I do is to bring a cup of milk to a boil. Then, I whisk a good spoonful of honey into the heated milk to thoroughly dissolved the honey by stirring it in.
You’ll also need roughly half a cup of freshly made espresso for this drink. Any freshly made dark roast coffee will do if you don’t have access to an espresso machine. When making this drink, make sure that your coffee is hot enough by heating it in the microwave for a few seconds before adding it to the rest of the ingredients.
After this, add half a cup of oat milk to your honey latte and bring it to a boil. Keep heating it on low to medium heat, but it’s essential not to make it into a boil. Trust me. This trick will change the flavor of the drink. Once heated thoroughly, you may add whipped cream and cinnamon to the mug.
We may make oat milk at home in less than an hour if you have a blender, ingredients, and a little patience. When you make your oat milk, it’s easier to season it with honey and vanilla essence because you can manage the salt amount. You may also add milk as much as you like and other toppings you want that will suit your liking.
How To Make Iced Oat Milk Honey Latte
The steps to preparing an iced oat milk honey latte are simple. First, bring a cup of water to a boil in a small saucepan with the milk. Whisk in the oats and cook for approximately 3 minutes until the oats have formed a paste.
It is essential to reach this consistency to make the oats tastier. After removing the pot from the heat, you may add honey and stir until it’s dissolved.
Alternatively, you may also put the oats in a blender with two glasses of water until they are entirely smooth. If you prefer a smooth texture of the oats, I suggest you filter the mixture by passing it through a fine-mesh colander.
After this step, you may return the oat milk to the blender and mix in the vanilla extract until smooth. Add some cold espresso or iced coffee to make a latte, then put lots of ice cubes or crushed ice.
How To Make Starbucks Oat Milk Honey Latte
Starbucks outlets worldwide have been raving about their new beverage – Oat milk honey latte. You may make it yourself if you want to save some money until your barista learns how to prepare it properly.
So if you want to know how to make Starbucks Oatmilk Honey Latte at home, let me teach you!
Some oat milk, vanilla extract, espresso, and boiling water are all you need to prepare this dish. The first step is to warm your oat milk in the microwave or on the stovetop. After this, make the espresso or coffee while the oat milk is heating.
Pull two espresso shots into a cup if you’re using a classic espresso machine, and you should brew coffee to the desired strength in a Moka pot or French press if you are using one.
Microwave the oat milk until it’s hot, or use an espresso machine to steam it. Then, pour the oat milk into the boiling espresso or coffee. Make sure you don’t burn yourself to avoid any unwanted injuries.
You can also add an espresso shot or instant espresso mixture to the milk after it has been heated and frothed. You may also add a tablespoon of honey and a teaspoon of vanilla essence. Finally, fill the mug with steaming oat milk and enjoy! Easy, right?
How To Make Iced Starbucks Oat Milk Honey Latte
If you’re unable to visit Starbucks because of geographical or social distance, or if you prefer to make your own iced oat milk honey latte, I’m sharing a simple recipe with you on how to make Starbucks Iced Oatmilk Honey Latte.
This recipe will help you save money and avoid the drive-thru, plus you can make this at home!
You can prepare this iced oat milk honey latte, a dairy-free Starbucks imitation recipe with just three ingredients.
The essential part of making this drink is the coffee ice cubes, which I consider the secret and game-changer to this recipe. With this technique, we will use coffee ice cubes instead of watery ice cubes in our iced honey latte!
To make coffee ice cubes, prepare a cup of coffee and allow it to cool to room temperature before freezing in ice cube trays. Starbucks Espresso Roast is one of the best coffee for a latte since it has a strong coffee flavor, but you can use any espresso or coffee you have.
Once you’ve prepared your coffee ice cubes, combine them with milk, vanilla extract, honey, and espresso shots in a glass. I always use unsweetened oat milk to counterbalance the sweetness of vanilla and honey. Stir until the ingredients are well-combined, then serve!
Oat milk latte is a healthy and refreshing dairy-free drink you can make at home. It is straightforward to make, and you can also add some honey, vanilla extract, and fresh fruits to this drink to suit your liking.
I'm Pauline, a retired patisserie chef, mother of four and now a full time food blogger! When i'm not cooking i love long walks, reading thriller novels and spending time with my grandkids. Head to my about me page to learn more about the woman behind the food! You can find my Facebook here