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This easy Biscoff Cookie Butter latte is a delicious coffee drink that is sweet with flavors of warm spices, like a hug in a cup.
If you know me at all, you know I love a good coffee. I’m usually a one-a-day morning coffee person, but on occasion, I enjoy to make a more indulgent coffee.
Recently, I’ve been obsessed with Biscoff and cookie butter in general!
This Biscoff cookie butter latte is the perfect sweet drink, like a warm hug in a cup.
If you’ve ever had Speculoos cookies or Lotus Biscoff cookies, like the ones they serve on planes, you will be familiar with the taste of cookie butter. It’s a caramelized, spiced cookie from Belgium made into a smooth, spreadable texture for cookie butter.
It tastes delicious on a slice of taste, with cheesecake like in these Biscoff cheesecake bars, and of course in your favorite coffee drinks.
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Ingredients & Notes
- Coffee – use your favorite coffee for this recipe. We recommend using either 1-2 shots of espresso or 1/2 cup of strongly brewed coffee.
- Biscoff spread or Cookie Butter – I used the Lotus Biscoff brand for this cookie butter latte, but many grocery stores including Trader Joes have their own version of these!
- Steamed milk – No latte is completed without some steamed milk! Use either whole milk, 2% milk or your favorite plant based milk. Oat milk typically gives me the best texture for lattes.
- Milk Frother: I usually froth warm milk with a milk frother, like this one like this one from Amazon. You can also pour some warm milk into a mason jar, close the lid and shake it for about 30 seconds to get the bubbles.
How to make Biscoff Cookie Butter Latte?
Steam 1/4 cup of milk using a milk frother or heating the milk in the microwave then shaking it in a mason jar.
Pull 1 shot of espresso or brew 1/2 cup of strong coffee.
To a coffee cup, add coffee or espresso, along with 1-2 tablespoons of cookie butter. Stir together with a spoon or with a milk frother.
Top with steamed milk and some Biscoff cookie crumbs if you like.
Tips and Serving Suggestions
- If you prefer you can make an iced version of this drink. Make sure that the cookie butter mixes in well into the hot coffee before adding in the milk for best results.
- Steamed milk really helps bring coffee together. You can use milk frother like this one I got from Amazon. You can also pour some warm milk into a mason jar, close the lid and shake it for about 30 seconds to get the bubbles.
- I made the latte with a shot of espresso. But you can also replace it with a strong black coffee.
- The ratio of the ingredients is just how I enjoy this latte. Experiment with less or more sauce, coffee, or milk as you enjoy your prefer!
If you love coffee as much as we do, here are some dessert recipes that use coffee to add to your list:
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Biscoff Cookie Butter Latte
- 1 shot espresso or 1/2 cup strongly brewed coffee
- 1-2 tablespoons Biscoff spread or Cookie Butter
- 1/4 cup steamed milk
- Biscoff cookie crumbs optional
- Steam 1/4 cup of milk using a milk frother or heating the milk in the microwave then shaking it in a mason jar.
- Pull 1 shot of espresso or brew 1/2 cup of strong coffee.
- To a coffee cup, add coffee or espresso, along with 1-2 tablespoons of Biscoff spread or your favorite cookie butter. Stir together.
- Top with steamed milk and Biscoff cookie crumbs.