This overnight “roast” makes the perfect oat milk cold brew coffee lattes; it’s the perfect morning beverage to usher in the warmer summer months!
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It’s Monday so I’m sure I’m not alone in pouring cold brew coffee at an alarming rate.
If you’re a coffee drinker, you need to try this combo out.
Cold brew uses cold water that steeps over night instead of the more traditional coffee which is brewed with hot water. Using cold water eliminates the bitter taste that can accompany coffee brewed with hot water.
It also allows you to add spices, like cinnamon, that create depth of flavor in your morning cup.
For an added boost of caffeine you can pour some of your brew into ice cube trays to use throughout the week!
Let’s Talk Spices
These cinnamon spiced cold brew coffee lattes are a spinoff on the popular coffee drink and capture the perfect balance of creamy and sharp.
If you aren’t crazy about cinnamon, you can definitely leave it out or use your favorite spices (nutmeg, pumpkin spice or vanilla bean would be tasty too).
As always, I encourage you to get creative! This is one of those recipes that is so simple, it can’t be messed up.
I highly recommend sprinkling a pinch of my favorite organic cinnamon on top of your finished drink as well.
Cold Brew Coffee Lattes: A Two Minute Make Ahead Recipe
Not only are these oat milk cold brew coffee lattes ridiculously easy to make, I’m willing to bet you already have the ingredients in your kitchen.
- ground coffee
- cinnamon (optional)
So if you drink coffee, what are you waiting for??
Make this tonight in two minutes (I repeat, TWO MINUTES) and enjoy a rich cup of cold brew with cinnamon tomorrow morning.
It’s as simple as mixing your ingredients, setting them in the fridge and waking up the cold brewed magic!
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This recipe does not contain the following allergens:
1/2 cup ground coffee
2 cups water
1 tbsp cinnamon (optional)
1 cup oat milk
- Pour all the ingredients (except for creamer) into a glass container and mix well. Let sit in the refrigerator overnight.
- Strain through a paper filter or french press and mix with your oat milk and a sprinkle of cinnamon. Enjoy! ⠀
- Category: Beverages
- Method: Raw
- Cuisine: American
Keywords: Oat Milk Cold Brew Coffee Latte