This keto vanilla latte is perfect for hot summer days and tastes absolutely delicious! I used to always pass by Starbucks and get myself one of these lattes. You could order a keto version of this latte at Starbucks, but I personally rather avoid the artificial sweeteners and ingredients they use in their sugar-free syrups. That’s why this recipe is a healthier (and cheaper) version of your favorite drink.
The ingredients for this keto vanilla latte
Espresso: The base of this latte is coffee. I made 2 shots of espresso and then diluted them with water. This way you don’t have to wait for coffee to cool down to make this latte.
Water: Use mineral water to dilute the espresso shots.
Ice cubes: To turn this vanilla latte into an iced latte I added ice cubes. You can use ice cubes you made yourself or even crushed ice.
Vanilla extract: To give this latte its nice signature vanilla flavour, you’ll add in vanilla extract.
Powdered erythritol: To sweeten up this latte you can add in some powdered erythritol. Depending on the sweetness you like, you can add in more or less. This sweetener has 0 carbs, won’t raise your blooddsugar and won’t knock you out of ketosis.
Heavy cream: The key to making a latte is adding in a milk. To keep it keto you can add in unsweetened heavy cream. If you want it dairy-free you can add in any nut milk or cream.
KETO VANILLA LATTE
- Add all the ingredients to a blender and mix.
- Transfer to a large glas or mug and enjoy.
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Can I make this recipe without a blender?
Yes. Blending it makes it easy to crush the ice and give is a little foam. But you can also just mix the ingredients in a glass without using a blender.
Can I make this keto vanilla latte dairy free?
How much does this recipe yield?
One latte in this recipe is a little over 16 ounces. So make sure to put it into a large glass. I love using a mason jar for this latte.