I love a warming, comforting tea latte, whether it's my Lazy Lady Latte or this one. I think one of the most important aspects of a good tea latte is using a yummy tasting milk. My two favourite non-dairy milks to use are oat milk and coconut milk - either homemade or store-bought. If you're using the latter, be sure to check out my post all about choosing the best non-dairy milk.
Oat milk is very neutral tasting making it ideal for lattes and cappucinos because the taste of the milk doesn't take over.
The tea I make my lattes with in the fall/winter is the Rise and Shine from my tea collection because the spices are so cozy! And I really care about what my tea is made of — here are 7 ingredients you don't want in your tea .
And be sure to enjoy your tea latte with my Carrot Cake Muffins, they are damn good! These are muffins from my Carrot Cake Loaf -- I just put the batter into muffin tins and voila muffs!
I also added some whipped coconut cream to the muffins which haven't hit the market yet, but I was lucky enough to try it out. It's from Cha's Organics, which is JOYOUS APPROVED -- it's so good!!
For a really great foam because oat milk is hit and miss, I often just steam some coconut milk because it froths a lot more, so just something to keep in mind.
Here's my recipe for this Maple Oat Milk Latte!
Makes 2 lattes.
I hope you love this latte!