Hazelnut Mocha Latte

Creamy and delicious hazelnut mocha lattes made easy at home.

Creamy and delicious hazelnut mocha lattes made easy at home. - Hazelnut Mocha Cafe Latte

New Jersey is having a crazy rainy, windy storm today and all I want to do is curl up under the blankets and watch movies all day with one of these lattes in my hand. But no, I just got back from driving my son to school which I now regret because I’m going to have to go back out in this weather later. Darn it. At least I can sip on one of these hazelnut mocha lattes in the meantime.

Creamy and delicious hazelnut mocha lattes made easy at home. - Hazelnut Mocha Cafe Latte

Do you love those fancy coffee shop lattes but don’t exactly love the price? Welllll, my friends, it’s possible to make them at home! This is my favorite version, I just love hazelnut and chocolate together. Reminds me of Nutella! In these drinks I used some brewed espresso, you can use instant or you can even just use the same amount of very strong coffee if you’re not a fan of espresso/don’t have any on hand.

Everything gets heated in a saucepan and whisked rapidly to create foam for the top to make the latte official. What’s a latte without foam? (Even though I loathe foam..) Once everything is all hot and frothy on top, you’ll distribute evenly into two mugs, holding the foam back with a spoon and spooning it on top. I like to finish mine off with some whipped cream, chocolate syrup and chopped hazelnuts for some added flair.

You can get my FULL recipe and instructions over at Dixie Crystals.

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