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Caramel Apple Oat Milk Iced Latte: Nespresso Recipe [FALL MAGIC]

Written by

Erica Cervenkova

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As the leaves turn and the air gets crisp, I’m thrilled to share a fall favorite with you – my Caramel Apple Oat Milk Iced Latte.

Made with the creamy goodness of oat milk and the rich flavors of caramel and apple, this is not just a drink—it’s a seasonal celebration in a cup.

Follow along to create your own autumnal bliss!

Preparation

Preparation time5 minutes
Preparation difficulty5/10
Serving size1 serving 
Best servedCold

Ingredients/Equipment

Caramel Apple Oat Milk Iced Latte Ingredients
IngredientsEquipment
Oat Milk (3/4 cups or 6 ounces)Nespresso Vertuo Machine
Caramel Apple Butter Syrup (2 tbsp)Electric Hand Whisk
Brown Sugar Syrup (1 tbsp, optional)Pitcher
Apple Pie Spice (to taste)Small Cocktail Shaker/Mason Jar
Caramel Sauce (to taste)Espresso Glass
Blonde Roast Espresso Capsules (2)
Ice

Step-by-Step Process

I’m excited to guide you through the creation of a Caramel Apple Oat Milk Iced Latte that’s sure to warm your heart while cooling your palate.

It’s a simple process with a delightful outcome. Here’s how I do it:

Step 1: Prep the Mix

Caramel Apple Oat Milk Iced Latte Prep the Mix

I start by pouring the chilled oat milk into a pitcher. To infuse it with autumnal flavors, I add about two tablespoons of caramel apple butter syrup. Then, for a deeper sweetness, I mix in a tablespoon of my homemade brown sugar syrup. For that extra hint of fall, a sprinkle of apple pie spice is whisked into the milk.

Pro Tip: If you’re out of homemade syrup, store-bought cinnamon brown sugar syrup is a fantastic substitute.

Step 2: Brew the Espresso

Caramel Apple Oat Milk Iced Latte Brewing the Coffee

Next, I fire up my Nespresso Vertuo machine. I pop in a blonde roast espresso capsule, press the brew button, and watch as the rich, aromatic espresso drips into the glass. I repeat this with a second capsule because we want a strong coffee base for our latte.

Step 3: Layer the Flavors

Caramel Apple Oat Milk Iced Latte Layer the Flavors

In a cup, I begin with a drizzle of caramel sauce, followed by a teaspoon of caramel apple syrup. In my mason jar, a handful of ice goes in before the espresso. Sealing the jar, I give it a good shake. This mixes the coffee with the syrups and chills it simultaneously.

Pro Tip: Shaking the espresso with ice not only cools it but also adds a frothy texture.

Step 4: Assemble the Drink

Caramel Apple Oat Milk Iced Latte Ice

I then add ice to my serving cup, already layered with caramel and apple syrup. The milk mixture, now frothy and spiced, is poured over the ice. The chilled, shaken espresso is gently layered on top to create a beautiful marbling effect.

Pro Tip: Pour the espresso slowly over the back of a spoon for that perfect layered look.

Step 5: The Final Touch

Caramel Apple Oat Milk Iced Latte Final Touches

Finally, I whip up a little extra caramel and apple butter syrup to create a sweet drizzle on top of the drink. To finish, a light dusting of apple pie spice adds an aromatic touch that complements the caramel drizzle.

Caramel Apple Oat Milk Iced Latte

And there you have it, my very own Caramel Apple Oat Milk Iced Latte, a drink that’s like a cozy sweater for your soul.

If you decide to give this recipe a spin or put your twist on it, I’d love to hear about it in the comments. Questions? Curiosities? Drop them below, and let’s chat!

About
Erica Cervenkova
Coffee Connoisseur, SCA Member

As a coffee connoisseur and member of the Specialty Coffee Association, I am dedicated to understanding the sustainability of coffee pods and the impact it has on the environment. My expertise lies in the realm of capsule coffee machines, from the likes of Keurig and Nespresso to other well-known US brands. I am passionate about sharing my knowledge and helping others make informed decisions about their coffee choices. Whether you're a coffee enthusiast or just looking for a new way to enjoy your morning cup, I'm here to help.

Erica

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