Snickerdoodle Latte

I am becoming a regular coffee drinker again. I took a break for a while, but I’ve gotten back into the habit ever since I made Pakistani Coffee with Cinnamon and Cardamom. I’m a sucker for sweet, creamy coffee, especially with some added flavor like cinnamon. This Snickerdoodle Latte recipe checked all those boxes for me. Not to mention no special equipment is needed, so I had no excuse not to give this recipe a try.

Snickerdoodle Latte. This warm, comforting coffee drink is loaded with cinnamon and hints of brown sugar. Plus it’s easily made at home!! No fancy equipment needed! You will be making lattes every day they’re so easy!!

Recipe Author: Serene at House of Yumm
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The Ingredients

There wasn’t a lot to this recipe, and I’m so okay with that. Plus everything is pretty basic so it’s inexpensive and easy to find. I had everything on hand except the milk and light brown sugar. Technically I did have the sugar, but it was dark brown sugar. I’m sure would have worked just as well as light, but I like to stay true to the recipe if I’m blogging the review. I also lucked out and had leftover cinnamon sugar from the Cinnamon Donut Muffins I just made.

Snickerdoodle Latte Ingredients
Milk, cinnamon, coffee, and light brown sugar

The Process

The recipe lists total time as 2 minutes, but mine took 9 minutes. I’m guessing that’s because I included time to grind the beans and brew the coffee in a French press. Once the coffee is brewed, however, putting this drink together is a snap.

While the coffee brewed, I had plenty of time to blend the sugar, cinnamon, and milk. I added everything to an airtight storage container and gave it a good, long shake. It had tons of bubbles when I removed the lid, but they disappeared pretty quickly. I didn’t even have to spoon any bubbles out by the time I added the milk to the coffee.

Shaken milk, cinnamon, and brown sugar
Shaken milk, cinnamon, and brown sugar

So how was it?

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Sweet, creamy, and cinnamony are all perfect ways to describe this Snickerdoodle Latte recipe. It took a bit longer to make than stated since I included time to brew the coffee, but it wasn't labor-intensive. Starting with cold milk and microwaving it for 30 seconds barely warmed it. However, combining warm-ish milk with fresh, hot coffee gave me a warm but not piping hot cup of coffee. I found the temperature perfect, but I prefer things on the cooler side. You might need to warm the milk for a full minute if you want a hot latte, but that's totally up to you.
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Snickerdoodle LatteSweet, creamy, and cinnamony are all perfect ways to describe this Snickerdoodle Latte recipe. It took a bit longer to make than stated since I included time to brew the coffee, but it wasn't labor-intensive. Starting with cold milk and microwaving it for 30 seconds barely warmed it. However, combining warm-ish milk with fresh, hot coffee gave me a warm but not piping hot cup of coffee. I found the temperature perfect, but I prefer things on the cooler side. You might need to warm the milk for a full minute if you want a hot latte, but that's totally up to you.