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It has been two weeks since Starbucks® announced the Pistachio Latte. According to their website it is, “...pistachio infused milk, warmed with a cozy hint of orange zest and finished with a sprinkle of salty-sweet pistachio topping.” It sounds like flavor perfection.
Some of you rushed to the closest Starbucks® the day the Pistachio Latte launched. We ran to our Keurig® coffee maker instead.
Today, we will teach you how to make a Pistachio Latte with your Keurig® brewer. Now, you can skip the line, save some money, and enjoy this delicious cup of joe at home instead.
Keeping up with the latest drinks at Starbucks® is fun. It seems that there is something new to try every week. Which makes this hobby expensive.
That is why we make ours at home instead. Making Starbucks drinks at home can save tons of money and time. You just need a recipe.
In this article, we will teach you how to make cold brew with cocoa almond milk foam at home using your Keurig® brewer.
We know you are intrigued by Starbucks® iced coffee concoctions. Us too, especially the salted honey iced latte! But, like you, we don’t want to risk spending $4.00 on a drink we hate.
Luckily, most of these specialty coffees can be made at home. Even better, you can whip them up in a few minutes with your Keurig® brewer.
In this article, we will teach you how to make a salted honey iced latte at home using your Keurig® coffee maker. You probably already have the ingredients on hand, and the cost is minimal!
Starbucks iced coffee is an addiction for many (yours truly included). Somehow they seem to make it better each year. One of the best improvements has been the addition of vanilla sweet cream. But, maintaining this vice can be hard on the wallet and the waistline.
What if we told you that you can make it at home instead, using your Keurig® brewer?
In this article, we will show you how to do just that. It is surprisingly easy and requires only a few simple ingredients. The best part is, you will save money and calories too!
It is hard to find a good coffee house creation with an almond milk base. Probably because the texture of the milk is not perfect for frothing. But, in our opinion, the nutty flavor is just right to pair with espresso-based drinks.