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The Best Boozy Gingerbread Latte Recipe Ever

It’s the time of year where drinking ginger bread latte is an unspoken law. Is it just me that looks forward to drinking their first ginger bread latte? So, what happens when going out becomes difficult, nipping out is a thing of the past, “for now anyway”. But panic not, because I have discovered The Best Home Made Boozy Gingerbread Latte Recipe to make at home.

It doesn’t have to be boozy, you could swap out the alcohol for Ginger Bread Syrup. But hey, the boozy version feels like a bit of a treat on these dark winter nights. Also check out more winter cocktails here.

How to make a boozy gingerbread latte

How To MakeThe Best Home Made Gingerbread Latte Recipe Ever!

You Will Need

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Method

Boil the kettle and make a strong coffee, or 1 shot if using a coffee machine, you need enough to fill just over half of your glass mug.

Add a single measure of Pataka to the coffee and stir well.

Meanwhile froth enough milk to fill just over half of your glass mug, add it to the coffee and stir in the sugar and cinnamon.

Note, I am not a sugar fan at all, however have made this Gingerbread Latte Recipe with and without sugar, and I feel it needs to sugar to get that authentic coffee shop taste. Because the liquor is not syrup based, the sugar adds that extra kick. However you could substitute this for brown sugar.

Lastly, finish off with a generous helping of squirty cream a sprinkle of cinnamon and a salted caramel pretzel. Pop in a straw and enjoy a little bit of Christmas in a glass.

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How to make a boozy gingerbread latte at home

Boozy Gingerbread Latte

Yield: Serves 1
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Total Time: 10 minutes

The Best Home Made Boozy Gingerbread Latte Recipe to make at home but have a coffee shop feel.

Ingredients

  • 1 Glass Latte Mug
  • Good Quality Coffee
  • Boiling Water
  • Milk
  • Squirty Cream
  • A single measure of Pataka Ginger Liqueur
  • Salted Caramel Pretzels
  • 1 Tsp of cinnamon powder.
  • 1 Tsp of sugar

Instructions

    Boil the kettle and make a strong coffee, or 1 shot if using a coffee machine, you need enough to fill just over half of your glass mug.

    Add a single measure of Pataka to the coffee and stir well.

    Meanwhile froth enough milk to fill just over half of your glass mug, add it to the coffee and stir in the sugar and cinnamon.


    Lastly, finish off with a generous helping of squirty cream a sprinkle of cinnamon and a salted caramel pretzel. Pop in a straw and enjoy a little bit of Christmas in a glass.

Notes

Note, I am not a sugar fan at all, however have made this Gingerbread Latte Recipe with and without sugar, and I feel it needs to sugar to get that authentic coffee shop taste. Because the liquor is not syrup based, the sugar adds that extra kick. However you could substitute this for brown sugar.

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Nutrition Information:
Yield: 1 Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 100Total Fat: 6g

Please note the Pataka was gifted but I had no obligation to share it!

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