Coconut Nutella Latte

This Coconut Nutella Latte is the perfect coffee drink to enjoy when you have time to sit and relax.  It also is a great travel coffee when you put it in a to go cup for the drive to work.

Coconut Nutella Latte

I know that most of you are enjoying warm summer like days already.   But  I have been seeing some of my blog friends share pictures of snow on the ground still, so hot coffee is still welcome.  It is definitely warming up here.  Yesterday was in the 80’s, and it was quite warm in the sun watching our son’s first baseball game.  But the mornings are still cool enough to enjoy a warm cup of coffee…or a warm cup of this Coconut Nutella Latte.

If you came over for coffee or a latte, I would make you some banana muffins, and we could sit and chat.  Something that I might share with you is that I recently found out my baby likes a girl.  Now I realize he is going to be 14 and liking a girl isn’t something new.  But man, I’m not ready for the whole girl thing.  I mean I should have realized it was coming.  He cares about his hair and has been “borrowing” the Axe body spray.  He’s still my baby in my eyes, and I’m not ready for the whole dating thing.  We were driving to his dentist appointment the other day, and I was casually questioning him.  You know the easy, simple questions that we as parents do to see what kind of a reaction you get out of them.  I asked how the boys in his class were behaving.  Then I asked how the girls were.  He got that that silly little grin, and I knew what that meant.  I pulled out of him that she’s an older girl, and she has dark blonde hair, but those are the only details he gave up.  I had to get her name from one of his friends.  At least he is still too young to date.  I have a few more years before I have to worry about that.  All this kids liking kids has me needing a stronger drink :-)

Coconut Nutella Latte

 Are you ready for your second cup of coffee?  Let me make you another latte.  This coffee is seriously so easy to make.  You start by making a strong pot of coffee.  Then place the milk and Nutella in a saucepan and bring it to a low boil.  Pour the boiling milk into a blender.  I know I have heard of blenders exploding because of the heat inside.  I leave the pour spout open until the very last second, so the heat doesn’t build up in the glass.  Then blend the milk for 1-2 minutes to get a good foam.  Pour that in your mug and pour the hot coffee carefully on the side.  Top with some Cool Whip and sprinkles because that always makes your hot drinks more fun.

What would you share with me during our coffee chat?

Coconut Nutella Latte

 

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Coconut Nutella Latte

Prep Time: 10 minutes

Yield: 1 serving

Coconut Nutella Latte

Coffee made with milk and Nutella is a great way to start the day.

Ingredients

1 cup skim milk
3 Tablespoons Nutella
3 Tablespoons cream of coconut
1/2 cup strong brewed coffee
1/4 cup Cool Whip
sprinkles (optional)

Instructions

  1. In a sauce pan combine the milk and Nutella. Stir until it comes to a small boil. Stir in the cream of coconut. Remove from the heat and pour into a blender. Pulse for 1-2 minutes or until frothy. Pour milk into a large mug.
  2. Pour coffee carefully into one side without messing up the froth. Top with Cool Whip and sprinkles before serving.
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Here are a few breakfast recipes that would be great with a big mug of this Coconut Nutella Latte:

Heath Latte Muffins 9

Heath Latte Muffins

Mocha Chip Cinnamon Rolls 9

Mocha Chip Cinnamon Rolls

Toffee Banana Coconut Muffins 3

Toffee Banana Coconut Muffins

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Comments

  1. says

    I have this friend who works in a Puerto rican food trailer. They make hot cocoas, In the fall. I ask why isn’t there any Cream of coconut® in this hot cocoa? He tells me “I don’t put any coconut in our hot chocolates” I asked, ” why don’t you put some in to make it taste better, and to give it an “island -like” taste?” He says that he’ll think about that next time…I never tried coconut in coffee before. I prefer decaf, anyway.

  2. says

    What a great way to make a creamy flavored coffee! For me, it is NEVER too hot out for a cup (or 3) of coffee in the morning! As for 14 year old boys…..mine just turned 20. Word of advice: Never underestimate the raging hormones of tween GIRLS. Most of the time the goofy immature guys are going along for the ride and the girls can be very flattering with their attention. It amazed me! I always thought you have “those” talks about saying “no” with daughters. I never realized that I would need to teach my son about saying “no”. Car rides (when no one can run away) were my favorite time for Mom Lectures. :)
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  3. says

    Love your blog! Would love for you to post this and any other posts you would like to share on my TGIF party!

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    Cathy

  4. says

    I seriously thought I was reading about my son. He went to youth camp in April and came back with a “girlfriend”. Seriously he is almost 14 and thinks he is behind in the times because this is his first one! I am way to old for this. I’ll take two of these coffees please!
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  5. christal says

    this does sound fabulous, but I’m wondering if I substitute the milk and cream of coconut for just coconut milk itself? has anyone tried that yet?

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