I love french vanilla coffee drinks (hot during the winter, cold during the summer)! Seriously, it gets to be an addiction. I will be dragging in the morning and bat my eyes at my husband so he'll go get me a Frappucino from the gas station. Then he picks him up one also. So, we've spent a total of $6 on two small drinks. I hate that. It drives me crazy to spend so much on them, so we don't get them often (just when I really need the boost of caffeine).
I've known how to make Hot Lattes for awhile now but it just dawned on me how to make the cold ones. I'm going to give y'all the Hot latte recipe, with instructions on how to make the cold ones.
French Vanilla Torani Syrup
1. Brew your coffee as you normally would, just make it a little bit stronger. Instead of level scoops, I generally use heaping scoops.
2. Take a cup of milk (8 oz) and add 1 oz of French Vanilla Torani Syrup. Heat for about a minute.
3. Add 4 oz of coffee.
4. Stir well. Enjoy.
To make a COLD Latte, brew your coffee ahead of time and place in the fridge, in a pitcher. When ready to consume mix 4 oz cold coffee, 8 oz cold milk, 1 oz French Vanilla Torani Syrup all together mug or cup. Enjoy.
Now, the Torani Syrup comes in several flavors. I've got caramel, french vanilla, and chocolate. They sell it on Amazon, and at brick and mortars such as Walmart.