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Raspberry Vanilla Latte

Raspberry Vanilla Latte

There’s nothing like starting the fall season off with a hot latte

Recipe Courtesy of Alexandra Fairweather

"There’s nothing like starting the fall season off with a hot latte. Branch out of the usual vanilla latte with the addition of Hottie Tottie’s low sugar, low calorie raspberry pineapple cranberry juice for the sweater weather."

About Alexandra Fairweather

Founder Alexandra Fairweather grew up on Shelter Island, a breathtaking island off the coast of eastern Long Island. At only 14 years old, she began producing documentary films with her first documentary film, HEAARTBEAT, on her late-stepfather, world-renowned artist John Chamberlain. After working on the film for 7 years, the film went on to premiere at the Guggenheim Museum in NYC. Upon graduation in 2012, Alexandra launched her magazine Fairweather, an internationally distributed print and digital luxury lifestyle magazine that passionately curates the best in art, design, fashion, travel, and culture. She is known for interviewing legends and influencers and passionately curating what’s on her radar.

Most recently, the idea for Hottie Tottie came when Alexandra was entertaining in her country kitchen on Shelter Island; she was crafting delicious organic drinks using the best ingredients and since she loves hosting parties, she knew that there was a need for a different kind of juice & tea line, one that could also make cocktails. At the same time, as an advocate and supporter of healthy food, she knew that she wanted her products to be organic and have no artificial ingredients. When she interviewed environmental activist Laurie David about her new film, Fed Up, about America’s child obesity problem, Alexandra was even more determined to make a positive impact on the health of society and the environment.

In the Spring of 2016, Alexandra and her incredible team officially launched Hottie Tottie, a line of delicious organic juices & teas. The demand has been incredible as consumers love that the drinks are organic, OU kosher, low in sugar/calories and have no artificial ingredients. Today, the brand is already in 50 locations throughout NYC and the Hamptons, as well as select hotels and restaurants. The drinks have also already been featured at events throughout NYC and the Hamptons.

Ingredients

For the Raspberry Vanilla Latte

  • 6 Ounces espresso
  • 8 Ounces milk or a non-dairy milk alternative (I used almond)
  • 1/2 Cup sugar
  • 1/2 Cup water
  • 1/2 Teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 1 Bottle raspberry pineapple cranberry Hottie Tottie
  • optional whipped cream

Iced coffee is a must during the summer. As much as I love a nice, warm cup of coffee, it can just be too hot for that some days! I usually try to pop a few ice cubes in my coffee and drink it but I decided to mix it up today and make an iced vanilla latte instead! Now this is a Starbucks copycat recipe so it is also a great way to save money too (it really does taste just like the iced vanilla latte at Starbucks)! You just need 3 ingredients and just a few minutes!

Another thing I love about this recipe is that you can use cold brew coffee in it! After discovering how easy cold brew coffee was to make when I made the pumpkin spice cold brew iced coffee last year, making it has become an addiction of mine! If you decide to go with the more traditional chilled coffee version, than it is a great way to finish off any extra coffee in the pot after it gets cold and has been sitting out all day instead of tossing it!

The one tip I would give is to brew your coffee a bit stronger than you normally would to help prevent the coffee from getting watered down from the ice melting and from becoming less flavorful. One way to avoid this issue is to make ice cubes from coffee ahead of time!

Common questions about making iced coffee

How do you make iced coffee at home?

To make iced coffee at home, you simply have to brew a pot of coffee, let it cool to room temperature or refrigerate it, and then pour it into a cup over ice.

Is iced coffee good for you?

You can make any iced coffee recipe better for you by making good choices and substitutions with the ingredients. To make an iced skinny vanilla latte, using fat-free milk instead of cream and make your own vanilla simple syrup (link to my recipe HERE) in order to cut out some of the extra sugar.

Is cold brew iced coffee?

No, cold brew is made by combining water and coffee grounds and letting sit at least overnight. Iced coffee is made by brewing a hot pot of coffee and letting it cool. Because of that, cold brew can be a lot stronger than iced coffee and it tastes better for longer periods of time before getting acidic.

Other tips and tricks on this iced vanilla latte recipe

  • If you have an espresso machine, then you can sub in 2 shots chilled espresso for the coffee in the recipe.
  • Love cold brew? You can use it in this recipe for a different spin! HERE is a recipe for cold brew so that you can make it right at home!
  • Instead of ice, freeze extra coffee in an ice tray and use it in the iced latte to avoid it getting watered down!
  • It is up to you whether you would like to use milk or half-and-half in the recipe. Personally, I am a half-and-half person.
  • Homemade vanilla simple syrup is an amazing alternative for store-bought vanilla syrup but that is totally optional!

Can’t get enough of this iced vanilla latte recipe? Try these other recipes!


Iced coffee is a must during the summer. As much as I love a nice, warm cup of coffee, it can just be too hot for that some days! I usually try to pop a few ice cubes in my coffee and drink it but I decided to mix it up today and make an iced vanilla latte instead! Now this is a Starbucks copycat recipe so it is also a great way to save money too (it really does taste just like the iced vanilla latte at Starbucks)! You just need 3 ingredients and just a few minutes!

Another thing I love about this recipe is that you can use cold brew coffee in it! After discovering how easy cold brew coffee was to make when I made the pumpkin spice cold brew iced coffee last year, making it has become an addiction of mine! If you decide to go with the more traditional chilled coffee version, than it is a great way to finish off any extra coffee in the pot after it gets cold and has been sitting out all day instead of tossing it!

The one tip I would give is to brew your coffee a bit stronger than you normally would to help prevent the coffee from getting watered down from the ice melting and from becoming less flavorful. One way to avoid this issue is to make ice cubes from coffee ahead of time!

Common questions about making iced coffee

How do you make iced coffee at home?

To make iced coffee at home, you simply have to brew a pot of coffee, let it cool to room temperature or refrigerate it, and then pour it into a cup over ice.

Is iced coffee good for you?

You can make any iced coffee recipe better for you by making good choices and substitutions with the ingredients. To make an iced skinny vanilla latte, using fat-free milk instead of cream and make your own vanilla simple syrup (link to my recipe HERE) in order to cut out some of the extra sugar.

Is cold brew iced coffee?

No, cold brew is made by combining water and coffee grounds and letting sit at least overnight. Iced coffee is made by brewing a hot pot of coffee and letting it cool. Because of that, cold brew can be a lot stronger than iced coffee and it tastes better for longer periods of time before getting acidic.

Other tips and tricks on this iced vanilla latte recipe

  • If you have an espresso machine, then you can sub in 2 shots chilled espresso for the coffee in the recipe.
  • Love cold brew? You can use it in this recipe for a different spin! HERE is a recipe for cold brew so that you can make it right at home!
  • Instead of ice, freeze extra coffee in an ice tray and use it in the iced latte to avoid it getting watered down!
  • It is up to you whether you would like to use milk or half-and-half in the recipe. Personally, I am a half-and-half person.
  • Homemade vanilla simple syrup is an amazing alternative for store-bought vanilla syrup but that is totally optional!

Can’t get enough of this iced vanilla latte recipe? Try these other recipes!


Iced coffee is a must during the summer. As much as I love a nice, warm cup of coffee, it can just be too hot for that some days! I usually try to pop a few ice cubes in my coffee and drink it but I decided to mix it up today and make an iced vanilla latte instead! Now this is a Starbucks copycat recipe so it is also a great way to save money too (it really does taste just like the iced vanilla latte at Starbucks)! You just need 3 ingredients and just a few minutes!

Another thing I love about this recipe is that you can use cold brew coffee in it! After discovering how easy cold brew coffee was to make when I made the pumpkin spice cold brew iced coffee last year, making it has become an addiction of mine! If you decide to go with the more traditional chilled coffee version, than it is a great way to finish off any extra coffee in the pot after it gets cold and has been sitting out all day instead of tossing it!

The one tip I would give is to brew your coffee a bit stronger than you normally would to help prevent the coffee from getting watered down from the ice melting and from becoming less flavorful. One way to avoid this issue is to make ice cubes from coffee ahead of time!

Common questions about making iced coffee

How do you make iced coffee at home?

To make iced coffee at home, you simply have to brew a pot of coffee, let it cool to room temperature or refrigerate it, and then pour it into a cup over ice.

Is iced coffee good for you?

You can make any iced coffee recipe better for you by making good choices and substitutions with the ingredients. To make an iced skinny vanilla latte, using fat-free milk instead of cream and make your own vanilla simple syrup (link to my recipe HERE) in order to cut out some of the extra sugar.

Is cold brew iced coffee?

No, cold brew is made by combining water and coffee grounds and letting sit at least overnight. Iced coffee is made by brewing a hot pot of coffee and letting it cool. Because of that, cold brew can be a lot stronger than iced coffee and it tastes better for longer periods of time before getting acidic.

Other tips and tricks on this iced vanilla latte recipe

  • If you have an espresso machine, then you can sub in 2 shots chilled espresso for the coffee in the recipe.
  • Love cold brew? You can use it in this recipe for a different spin! HERE is a recipe for cold brew so that you can make it right at home!
  • Instead of ice, freeze extra coffee in an ice tray and use it in the iced latte to avoid it getting watered down!
  • It is up to you whether you would like to use milk or half-and-half in the recipe. Personally, I am a half-and-half person.
  • Homemade vanilla simple syrup is an amazing alternative for store-bought vanilla syrup but that is totally optional!

Can’t get enough of this iced vanilla latte recipe? Try these other recipes!


Iced coffee is a must during the summer. As much as I love a nice, warm cup of coffee, it can just be too hot for that some days! I usually try to pop a few ice cubes in my coffee and drink it but I decided to mix it up today and make an iced vanilla latte instead! Now this is a Starbucks copycat recipe so it is also a great way to save money too (it really does taste just like the iced vanilla latte at Starbucks)! You just need 3 ingredients and just a few minutes!

Another thing I love about this recipe is that you can use cold brew coffee in it! After discovering how easy cold brew coffee was to make when I made the pumpkin spice cold brew iced coffee last year, making it has become an addiction of mine! If you decide to go with the more traditional chilled coffee version, than it is a great way to finish off any extra coffee in the pot after it gets cold and has been sitting out all day instead of tossing it!

The one tip I would give is to brew your coffee a bit stronger than you normally would to help prevent the coffee from getting watered down from the ice melting and from becoming less flavorful. One way to avoid this issue is to make ice cubes from coffee ahead of time!

Common questions about making iced coffee

How do you make iced coffee at home?

To make iced coffee at home, you simply have to brew a pot of coffee, let it cool to room temperature or refrigerate it, and then pour it into a cup over ice.

Is iced coffee good for you?

You can make any iced coffee recipe better for you by making good choices and substitutions with the ingredients. To make an iced skinny vanilla latte, using fat-free milk instead of cream and make your own vanilla simple syrup (link to my recipe HERE) in order to cut out some of the extra sugar.

Is cold brew iced coffee?

No, cold brew is made by combining water and coffee grounds and letting sit at least overnight. Iced coffee is made by brewing a hot pot of coffee and letting it cool. Because of that, cold brew can be a lot stronger than iced coffee and it tastes better for longer periods of time before getting acidic.

Other tips and tricks on this iced vanilla latte recipe

  • If you have an espresso machine, then you can sub in 2 shots chilled espresso for the coffee in the recipe.
  • Love cold brew? You can use it in this recipe for a different spin! HERE is a recipe for cold brew so that you can make it right at home!
  • Instead of ice, freeze extra coffee in an ice tray and use it in the iced latte to avoid it getting watered down!
  • It is up to you whether you would like to use milk or half-and-half in the recipe. Personally, I am a half-and-half person.
  • Homemade vanilla simple syrup is an amazing alternative for store-bought vanilla syrup but that is totally optional!

Can’t get enough of this iced vanilla latte recipe? Try these other recipes!


Iced coffee is a must during the summer. As much as I love a nice, warm cup of coffee, it can just be too hot for that some days! I usually try to pop a few ice cubes in my coffee and drink it but I decided to mix it up today and make an iced vanilla latte instead! Now this is a Starbucks copycat recipe so it is also a great way to save money too (it really does taste just like the iced vanilla latte at Starbucks)! You just need 3 ingredients and just a few minutes!

Another thing I love about this recipe is that you can use cold brew coffee in it! After discovering how easy cold brew coffee was to make when I made the pumpkin spice cold brew iced coffee last year, making it has become an addiction of mine! If you decide to go with the more traditional chilled coffee version, than it is a great way to finish off any extra coffee in the pot after it gets cold and has been sitting out all day instead of tossing it!

The one tip I would give is to brew your coffee a bit stronger than you normally would to help prevent the coffee from getting watered down from the ice melting and from becoming less flavorful. One way to avoid this issue is to make ice cubes from coffee ahead of time!

Common questions about making iced coffee

How do you make iced coffee at home?

To make iced coffee at home, you simply have to brew a pot of coffee, let it cool to room temperature or refrigerate it, and then pour it into a cup over ice.

Is iced coffee good for you?

You can make any iced coffee recipe better for you by making good choices and substitutions with the ingredients. To make an iced skinny vanilla latte, using fat-free milk instead of cream and make your own vanilla simple syrup (link to my recipe HERE) in order to cut out some of the extra sugar.

Is cold brew iced coffee?

No, cold brew is made by combining water and coffee grounds and letting sit at least overnight. Iced coffee is made by brewing a hot pot of coffee and letting it cool. Because of that, cold brew can be a lot stronger than iced coffee and it tastes better for longer periods of time before getting acidic.

Other tips and tricks on this iced vanilla latte recipe

  • If you have an espresso machine, then you can sub in 2 shots chilled espresso for the coffee in the recipe.
  • Love cold brew? You can use it in this recipe for a different spin! HERE is a recipe for cold brew so that you can make it right at home!
  • Instead of ice, freeze extra coffee in an ice tray and use it in the iced latte to avoid it getting watered down!
  • It is up to you whether you would like to use milk or half-and-half in the recipe. Personally, I am a half-and-half person.
  • Homemade vanilla simple syrup is an amazing alternative for store-bought vanilla syrup but that is totally optional!

Can’t get enough of this iced vanilla latte recipe? Try these other recipes!


Iced coffee is a must during the summer. As much as I love a nice, warm cup of coffee, it can just be too hot for that some days! I usually try to pop a few ice cubes in my coffee and drink it but I decided to mix it up today and make an iced vanilla latte instead! Now this is a Starbucks copycat recipe so it is also a great way to save money too (it really does taste just like the iced vanilla latte at Starbucks)! You just need 3 ingredients and just a few minutes!

Another thing I love about this recipe is that you can use cold brew coffee in it! After discovering how easy cold brew coffee was to make when I made the pumpkin spice cold brew iced coffee last year, making it has become an addiction of mine! If you decide to go with the more traditional chilled coffee version, than it is a great way to finish off any extra coffee in the pot after it gets cold and has been sitting out all day instead of tossing it!

The one tip I would give is to brew your coffee a bit stronger than you normally would to help prevent the coffee from getting watered down from the ice melting and from becoming less flavorful. One way to avoid this issue is to make ice cubes from coffee ahead of time!

Common questions about making iced coffee

How do you make iced coffee at home?

To make iced coffee at home, you simply have to brew a pot of coffee, let it cool to room temperature or refrigerate it, and then pour it into a cup over ice.

Is iced coffee good for you?

You can make any iced coffee recipe better for you by making good choices and substitutions with the ingredients. To make an iced skinny vanilla latte, using fat-free milk instead of cream and make your own vanilla simple syrup (link to my recipe HERE) in order to cut out some of the extra sugar.

Is cold brew iced coffee?

No, cold brew is made by combining water and coffee grounds and letting sit at least overnight. Iced coffee is made by brewing a hot pot of coffee and letting it cool. Because of that, cold brew can be a lot stronger than iced coffee and it tastes better for longer periods of time before getting acidic.

Other tips and tricks on this iced vanilla latte recipe

  • If you have an espresso machine, then you can sub in 2 shots chilled espresso for the coffee in the recipe.
  • Love cold brew? You can use it in this recipe for a different spin! HERE is a recipe for cold brew so that you can make it right at home!
  • Instead of ice, freeze extra coffee in an ice tray and use it in the iced latte to avoid it getting watered down!
  • It is up to you whether you would like to use milk or half-and-half in the recipe. Personally, I am a half-and-half person.
  • Homemade vanilla simple syrup is an amazing alternative for store-bought vanilla syrup but that is totally optional!

Can’t get enough of this iced vanilla latte recipe? Try these other recipes!


Iced coffee is a must during the summer. As much as I love a nice, warm cup of coffee, it can just be too hot for that some days! I usually try to pop a few ice cubes in my coffee and drink it but I decided to mix it up today and make an iced vanilla latte instead! Now this is a Starbucks copycat recipe so it is also a great way to save money too (it really does taste just like the iced vanilla latte at Starbucks)! You just need 3 ingredients and just a few minutes!

Another thing I love about this recipe is that you can use cold brew coffee in it! After discovering how easy cold brew coffee was to make when I made the pumpkin spice cold brew iced coffee last year, making it has become an addiction of mine! If you decide to go with the more traditional chilled coffee version, than it is a great way to finish off any extra coffee in the pot after it gets cold and has been sitting out all day instead of tossing it!

The one tip I would give is to brew your coffee a bit stronger than you normally would to help prevent the coffee from getting watered down from the ice melting and from becoming less flavorful. One way to avoid this issue is to make ice cubes from coffee ahead of time!

Common questions about making iced coffee

How do you make iced coffee at home?

To make iced coffee at home, you simply have to brew a pot of coffee, let it cool to room temperature or refrigerate it, and then pour it into a cup over ice.

Is iced coffee good for you?

You can make any iced coffee recipe better for you by making good choices and substitutions with the ingredients. To make an iced skinny vanilla latte, using fat-free milk instead of cream and make your own vanilla simple syrup (link to my recipe HERE) in order to cut out some of the extra sugar.

Is cold brew iced coffee?

No, cold brew is made by combining water and coffee grounds and letting sit at least overnight. Iced coffee is made by brewing a hot pot of coffee and letting it cool. Because of that, cold brew can be a lot stronger than iced coffee and it tastes better for longer periods of time before getting acidic.

Other tips and tricks on this iced vanilla latte recipe

  • If you have an espresso machine, then you can sub in 2 shots chilled espresso for the coffee in the recipe.
  • Love cold brew? You can use it in this recipe for a different spin! HERE is a recipe for cold brew so that you can make it right at home!
  • Instead of ice, freeze extra coffee in an ice tray and use it in the iced latte to avoid it getting watered down!
  • It is up to you whether you would like to use milk or half-and-half in the recipe. Personally, I am a half-and-half person.
  • Homemade vanilla simple syrup is an amazing alternative for store-bought vanilla syrup but that is totally optional!

Can’t get enough of this iced vanilla latte recipe? Try these other recipes!


Iced coffee is a must during the summer. As much as I love a nice, warm cup of coffee, it can just be too hot for that some days! I usually try to pop a few ice cubes in my coffee and drink it but I decided to mix it up today and make an iced vanilla latte instead! Now this is a Starbucks copycat recipe so it is also a great way to save money too (it really does taste just like the iced vanilla latte at Starbucks)! You just need 3 ingredients and just a few minutes!

Another thing I love about this recipe is that you can use cold brew coffee in it! After discovering how easy cold brew coffee was to make when I made the pumpkin spice cold brew iced coffee last year, making it has become an addiction of mine! If you decide to go with the more traditional chilled coffee version, than it is a great way to finish off any extra coffee in the pot after it gets cold and has been sitting out all day instead of tossing it!

The one tip I would give is to brew your coffee a bit stronger than you normally would to help prevent the coffee from getting watered down from the ice melting and from becoming less flavorful. One way to avoid this issue is to make ice cubes from coffee ahead of time!

Common questions about making iced coffee

How do you make iced coffee at home?

To make iced coffee at home, you simply have to brew a pot of coffee, let it cool to room temperature or refrigerate it, and then pour it into a cup over ice.

Is iced coffee good for you?

You can make any iced coffee recipe better for you by making good choices and substitutions with the ingredients. To make an iced skinny vanilla latte, using fat-free milk instead of cream and make your own vanilla simple syrup (link to my recipe HERE) in order to cut out some of the extra sugar.

Is cold brew iced coffee?

No, cold brew is made by combining water and coffee grounds and letting sit at least overnight. Iced coffee is made by brewing a hot pot of coffee and letting it cool. Because of that, cold brew can be a lot stronger than iced coffee and it tastes better for longer periods of time before getting acidic.

Other tips and tricks on this iced vanilla latte recipe

  • If you have an espresso machine, then you can sub in 2 shots chilled espresso for the coffee in the recipe.
  • Love cold brew? You can use it in this recipe for a different spin! HERE is a recipe for cold brew so that you can make it right at home!
  • Instead of ice, freeze extra coffee in an ice tray and use it in the iced latte to avoid it getting watered down!
  • It is up to you whether you would like to use milk or half-and-half in the recipe. Personally, I am a half-and-half person.
  • Homemade vanilla simple syrup is an amazing alternative for store-bought vanilla syrup but that is totally optional!

Can’t get enough of this iced vanilla latte recipe? Try these other recipes!


Iced coffee is a must during the summer. As much as I love a nice, warm cup of coffee, it can just be too hot for that some days! I usually try to pop a few ice cubes in my coffee and drink it but I decided to mix it up today and make an iced vanilla latte instead! Now this is a Starbucks copycat recipe so it is also a great way to save money too (it really does taste just like the iced vanilla latte at Starbucks)! You just need 3 ingredients and just a few minutes!

Another thing I love about this recipe is that you can use cold brew coffee in it! After discovering how easy cold brew coffee was to make when I made the pumpkin spice cold brew iced coffee last year, making it has become an addiction of mine! If you decide to go with the more traditional chilled coffee version, than it is a great way to finish off any extra coffee in the pot after it gets cold and has been sitting out all day instead of tossing it!

The one tip I would give is to brew your coffee a bit stronger than you normally would to help prevent the coffee from getting watered down from the ice melting and from becoming less flavorful. One way to avoid this issue is to make ice cubes from coffee ahead of time!

Common questions about making iced coffee

How do you make iced coffee at home?

To make iced coffee at home, you simply have to brew a pot of coffee, let it cool to room temperature or refrigerate it, and then pour it into a cup over ice.

Is iced coffee good for you?

You can make any iced coffee recipe better for you by making good choices and substitutions with the ingredients. To make an iced skinny vanilla latte, using fat-free milk instead of cream and make your own vanilla simple syrup (link to my recipe HERE) in order to cut out some of the extra sugar.

Is cold brew iced coffee?

No, cold brew is made by combining water and coffee grounds and letting sit at least overnight. Iced coffee is made by brewing a hot pot of coffee and letting it cool. Because of that, cold brew can be a lot stronger than iced coffee and it tastes better for longer periods of time before getting acidic.

Other tips and tricks on this iced vanilla latte recipe

  • If you have an espresso machine, then you can sub in 2 shots chilled espresso for the coffee in the recipe.
  • Love cold brew? You can use it in this recipe for a different spin! HERE is a recipe for cold brew so that you can make it right at home!
  • Instead of ice, freeze extra coffee in an ice tray and use it in the iced latte to avoid it getting watered down!
  • It is up to you whether you would like to use milk or half-and-half in the recipe. Personally, I am a half-and-half person.
  • Homemade vanilla simple syrup is an amazing alternative for store-bought vanilla syrup but that is totally optional!

Can’t get enough of this iced vanilla latte recipe? Try these other recipes!


Iced coffee is a must during the summer. As much as I love a nice, warm cup of coffee, it can just be too hot for that some days! I usually try to pop a few ice cubes in my coffee and drink it but I decided to mix it up today and make an iced vanilla latte instead! Now this is a Starbucks copycat recipe so it is also a great way to save money too (it really does taste just like the iced vanilla latte at Starbucks)! You just need 3 ingredients and just a few minutes!

Another thing I love about this recipe is that you can use cold brew coffee in it! After discovering how easy cold brew coffee was to make when I made the pumpkin spice cold brew iced coffee last year, making it has become an addiction of mine! If you decide to go with the more traditional chilled coffee version, than it is a great way to finish off any extra coffee in the pot after it gets cold and has been sitting out all day instead of tossing it!

The one tip I would give is to brew your coffee a bit stronger than you normally would to help prevent the coffee from getting watered down from the ice melting and from becoming less flavorful. One way to avoid this issue is to make ice cubes from coffee ahead of time!

Common questions about making iced coffee

How do you make iced coffee at home?

To make iced coffee at home, you simply have to brew a pot of coffee, let it cool to room temperature or refrigerate it, and then pour it into a cup over ice.

Is iced coffee good for you?

You can make any iced coffee recipe better for you by making good choices and substitutions with the ingredients. To make an iced skinny vanilla latte, using fat-free milk instead of cream and make your own vanilla simple syrup (link to my recipe HERE) in order to cut out some of the extra sugar.

Is cold brew iced coffee?

No, cold brew is made by combining water and coffee grounds and letting sit at least overnight. Iced coffee is made by brewing a hot pot of coffee and letting it cool. Because of that, cold brew can be a lot stronger than iced coffee and it tastes better for longer periods of time before getting acidic.

Other tips and tricks on this iced vanilla latte recipe

  • If you have an espresso machine, then you can sub in 2 shots chilled espresso for the coffee in the recipe.
  • Love cold brew? You can use it in this recipe for a different spin! HERE is a recipe for cold brew so that you can make it right at home!
  • Instead of ice, freeze extra coffee in an ice tray and use it in the iced latte to avoid it getting watered down!
  • It is up to you whether you would like to use milk or half-and-half in the recipe. Personally, I am a half-and-half person.
  • Homemade vanilla simple syrup is an amazing alternative for store-bought vanilla syrup but that is totally optional!

Can’t get enough of this iced vanilla latte recipe? Try these other recipes!


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