Coffee in the early morning is the wake-up call for everyone. Many people consider coffee to be their “drug” and drink it several times during the day; and for a reason, caffeine is the best stimulant for our central nervous system. There are many types of coffees mix with milk; such as macchiato, cappuccino and different types of lattes. However, many people are lactose intolerant and skip milk in their coffees. There is a way of drinking cappuccino and lattes and not getting your stomach upset by using dairy-free milk such as almond, soy, and hazelnut milk. These can add flavor and nutrients to your regular black coffees.
Almond Milk Latte
Almond milk is simple to make at home; by blending almonds soaked overnight and adding sea salt and coconut oil by choice. You can add almond milk to your regular shot of espresso, add a little bit of cinnamon, vanilla, couple ice cubes, and you will get an iced almond latte. Almond milk is very rich in vitamin A and D, it has a nutty flavor and is very low in calories.
Iced Vanilla Soy Macchiato
Iced Vanilla Soy Macchiato is done under one minute and tastes amazing. Take one or two shots of your favorite espresso to add cold soy milk, vanilla bean, vanilla syrup and ice cubes. You can add a little bit of agave syrup too if you want a sweeter macchiato. Soy milk is rich in protein, vitamin A, and D; also is very rich in potassium.
Hazelnut Frappe is made from hazelnut milk, 1 cup ice cubes, 1 cup black coffee, and agave syrup. The best way to do this frappe is to mix the coffee and the agave syrup and pour them into an ice tray. Put the ice tray in the freezer for 2 hours. Mix the frozen ice cubes of coffee with hazelnut milk, ice cubes, and hazelnut syrup until smooth. Hazelnut milk is the best-tasting kinds of milk of all and is very rich in calcium and vitamin B12.