Total Time
Prep 1 min
Cook 5 mins

From Kraft Kitchens Winter 2005 issue. I haven't made it yet - posting for safe keeping.


  1. Heat milk in small saucepan on low heat until warm, stirring briskly and constantly with wire whisk to create foam.
  2. Remove from heat; stir in vanilla.
  3. Stir coffee into milk mixture.
  4. Serve immediately (they recommend with Nilla wafers).
  5. Other flavour option: 1/4 teaspoons almond extract instead of vanilla.
Most Helpful

I took lemocurd's advice and changed it up a bit. I like my lattes sweet so I added sugar to taste to my coffee before adding the frothed milk and vanilla. I topped it with a bit a whipped cream. Made this way, it was as good or better than any vanilla latte I've ever had.

wndydgls April 13, 2015

I gave this 3 stars. First of all I'm not a big hot latte person. Second I only had decaff. Dunkin Donuts freshly made coffee. I cut the recipe in half and made this as directed. I thought it needed to be sweetened so I added a tsp. of sugar. This did the trick this was not bad and it helped me use up some of my leftover coffee. Thanks for posting a good recipe. Christine (internetnut)

internetnut January 24, 2008

This was good just a bit too foamy and bland for my taste. I will try it with more vanilla next time. Thanks for posting it.

Chef RZ Fan January 23, 2008