How to make Gingerbread Latte for Christmas [Infographic]

Gingerbread latte recipe

How to make Gingerbread Latte for Christmas [Infographic]

Christmas is coming. Are you looking for a Christmas coffee recipe to match your festive mood? It is the perfect time to spice up your beverage with some festive ingredients. Start with making something different for your morning. Let’s warm up your morning winter with a sweet and creamy gingerbread latte, filled with spices and whipped cream. This infographic will show you how to make gingerbread latter not only taste, but also look gorgeous!

Expert Tips

Homemade Gingerbread syrup can be made ahead of time and stored in the refrigerator in an airtight container for up to a week.

If you are too busy to make gingerbread syrup, here are some available product options that you can buy on Amazon:

I know the process of frothing milk takes your time and makes your hand tired. It’s time to use an electric milk frother or you can froth milk by using the steam wand if you have an espresso machine. Read this article if you are looking for an espresso machine.

Besides, to get the best taste, 3/4 cup milk instead of 1/4 cup milk for 2 shots of espresso.

The molasses is the key ingredient so don’t replace it with honey or other sweeteners. Without it, the gingerbread syrup just isn’t as good.

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  3. Ground Ginger – McCormick Gourmet Ground Ginger – Buy now with USD $8.99
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  5. Nutmeg – Happy Belly Nutmeg, Ground, 3.25 Ounces – Buy now with USD $2.30
  6. Vanilla extract – Watkins Organic Original Gourmet Baking Vanilla – Buy now with USD $14
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