This diabetic coffee latte recipe will have you jumping! Jumping out of bed and jumping off to work. Being a mom of a 2 year old there are some days were i don't know how I'll jump. :) Coffee usually gives me that boost of energy that I need for my day.
Stop spending your money on Starbucks lattes when you can learn how to perfect a latte in your own kitchen. Most people are under the assumption that you need an espresso machine to make these fancy drinks. The truth is, most people who own one of those fancy machines don't use them anyway!
This recipe calls for the milk to be warmed on the stove. You can also warm your milk in the microwave. It takes some practice, with your microwave, to get it to the desired temperature. Make sure not to scald your milk, this will ruin your drink.
Serving Size: 8=1 Cup Each
Preperation Time: 10 Minutes
1 1/4 cups grind espressor or a dark roast coffee
1 cinnamon stick broken
6 cups of water
2 1/2 tsp of sugar substitute
2 1/2 cups skim milk
1. In your filter basket of your drip coffee pot place the coffee and the broken cinnamon stick.
2. On the oven, heat the milk until it is giving off a faint steam.
3. Place half of the milk into your blender and blen until it has reached a foamy texture.
4. Pour your milk over your coffee and add some foam on the top.
5. Repeat steps 3 and 4 for your second batch of Lattees.
Nutritional Facts/ Serving: 34 Calories, 1g of fat, 0g of sat. Fat, 1mg c holesterol, 41mg Sodium, 5g Carbohydrate, 0g dietary Fiber, 5g Sugars, and 3g Protein.