Save your money with making this Nutella coffee latte at home. It’s sweet, creamy, nutty and delicious, perfect for summer, fall or anytime!
If you are a Nutella fan like I am, you will love this chilled Nutella coffee latte that’s so easy to prepare right in your own home. A most refreshing drink to enjoy. Also, it just delight in a café-worthy treat without the cost, you can make it anytime as long as you still want it, since Coffee + Nutella = Pure bliss.
Do You love Nutella?
Who doesn’t love Nutella? Everything topped up with Nutella will result amazing. For instance, bread, sandwich, ice cream and now coffee.
Nutella is a crazy delicious hazelnut spread that millions of people enjoy, a popular breakfast staple in a few countries and cultures. It’s creamy, sweet, and smooth, with a hint of cocoa and a complex hazelnut flavor. Nutella with chocolate or peanut butter and toast are just two of many ways to enjoy it, plus the hundreds of other ideas and recipes on the internet. One taste of Nutella and you’ll find ways to add it to dozens of things, including coffee.
Of course, I get it that coffee is love hate relationsip for someone, so for this recipe, feel free to change the coffe with milk, chocolate milk, vanilla milk, smoothies, and everything. Here’s a brief story about Nutella itself.
Back then, Nutella was invented in 1963, but long before it former name of Nutella called “Pasta Gianduja.” It was initially sold as a solid block. It found by Italian pastry make Pietro Ferrero during World War II. Until 1964, Nutella keep evolving and changing the format from solid blok into spread like nowadays.
Name of Nutella it self In 1964, the product was renamed “Nutella,” derived from the English word “nut” and the Latin suffix “-ella,” meaning small. The new name aimed to emphasize the key ingredient, hazelnuts, and reflect its creamy texture. Nutella is a product of the Ferrero company, the same one that makes the famous gold-wrapped Ferrero Rocher chocolates
Until now, Nutella has been a huge success for chocolate hazelnut spread, it’s a phenomenon and I don’t think there will be something like as iconic as Nutella, right?
Let’s make one soon, relax and enjoy!
What goes in Nutella Coffee Latte
- Nutella; based on the title, this is the main star. Nutella here use to spread on the inner walls of the serving glass. It infuses the latte with a delightful hazelnut taste, making each sip a delightful experience
- Note: Make sure not to contaminate your Nutella jar with coffee or saliva or it’ll go bad. Thaw and mix it well before use if you keep it in the refrigerator.
- Milk; For the milk, I use Oat milk. Oat milk is a plant-based milk alternative made from oats and water, often used as a dairy-free option in coffee beverages. I prefer because it’s not too sweet for me. You can also skim Milk, UHT, or anything cream of whole milk.
- Whip Cream; In this recipe, whip cream adds a creamy and luxurious touch to the latte, enhancing the overall flavor and creating a visually appealing frothy layer this is optional
- Espresso Powder; I use instant espresso powder from Nescafe. It adds a robust coffee taste to the latte, giving it that classic coffee kick.
- Ice; I add the ice cube at the end of the drink, you can blend it to combine with all the ingredients to make a frothy Nutella latte.
How to Make Nutella Coffee Latte at Home
To make this Nutella Coffee Latte, start by dissolving Espresso Powder in tablespoons of warm water. As the espresso powder dissolves, a tantalizing coffee aroma fills the air. Once it’s fully dissolved, take a frother and whisk the mixture until it transforms into a velvety foam. I prefer use the electric frother, if you didn’t have it you can, just use a fork, but be patient it may take a long time
Next, move to another cup, combine 1 tablespoon of Nutella with a dollop of Whipped Cream. With your trusty frother in hand, whisk these indulgent ingredients together until they form soft peaks of heavenly goodness
Now, let’s elevate the presentation and flavor of your latte. Take your chosen glass and spread a generous layer of Nutella on its inner walls. This little touch adds an enchanting hazelnut touch to every sip.
Then, to keep your latte cool and refreshing, generously add a handful of ice cubes to the Nutella-coated glass. It’s optional, you can substitute with hot water too based on your preference
Now it’s time to introduce the creamy, dairy-free star of our latte show – Oat Milk. Pour 1 cup of Oat Milk into the glass, letting its smooth and velvety texture envelop the ice and Nutella coating.
After that, Gently pour the frothy espresso mixture into the glass, letting it cascade over the Oat Milk and ice. As it merges with the other components, a delightful froth forms at the top, promising a harmonious union of flavors.
Finally, the grand finale! Crown your Nutella Coffee Latte with the Nutella-infused Whipped Cream you prepared earlier
Your Nutella Coffee Latte masterpiece is complete!
Now, your delicious Nutella Coffee Latte is ready to serve. The combination of creamy Nutella, frothy espresso, oat milk, and nutella-infused whipped cream creates a delightful and indulgent coffee experience that’s sure to be favorite by any coffee and Nutella lover.
The warm water is essential for dissolving the espresso powder and creating the frothy espresso, infusing the entire latte with a delightful coffee aroma. Enjoy this flavorful and comforting latte for a cozy and indulgent coffee experience!
For alternative, you can use a hot latte too, I bet it perfect for winter season next to your fireplace. Hope you enjoy this Chilled Nutella coffee latte recipe at home! Please share yours friend in the comment section 😉
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Written by: Silni Asfia
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Nutella Coffee Latte
- 2 tbsp Nutella
- ½ cup Oat Milk
- ½ cup Whip Cream
- 1 tbsp Espresso Powder
Dissolve espresso powder with 2 tablespoons of warm water, then stir using a frother until it foams. Set aside.
In another cup, mix whipped cream with 1 tablespoon of nutella, then whip using a frother until soft peaks form. Set aside.
Spread the rest of nutella on the glass walls, then add ice. Pour oat milk into the glass, then add the espresso mixture. Finally, top it off with the whipped cream mixture. Nutella coffee latte is ready to serve. Enjoy!