Three words….”Trimmaccino – London Fog”
I don’t know about any of you, but I used to love going out to little coffee shops for a good latte on a cold evening or just any time of the year. One of my favorites was the London Fog. Unfortunately, most lattes…okay all lattes are sweetened. Sweetened with sugar.
Normally the Trimmaccino is referenced with coffee and I have had my coffee many times the “Trimmaccino” way and I absolutely love it and suggest you go try it if you like a good great creamy coffee!
But…what do I do about my latte cravings??
Sometimes I get bright ideas and tonight I had a brilliant one. Why not try making a latte using the Trimmaccino ingredients. I have made lattes at home before with steamed milk and sugar, before THM…so what’s stopping me from trying a new experiment!
Out came the butter. Out came the Coconut oil. Out came the tea.
Out came the Blender. Out came the Stevia.
It wasn’t too much longer before I had my London Fog in hand, sipping on the delight, foam and all. Of course, with a small little snack to go along with it. (you only see one cookie…there may have been another one…)
Needless to say, I was happy I attempted this little experiment! I no longer have to search for a way to satisfy my latte craving!
- 1 recipe of Trimmaccino
- 2 Earl Grey tea bags steeped in 12oz boiling water (or what ever type of tea you would like to lattefy)
- Stevia to taste
If you opt to make this the light version as per trimmaccino recipe, using only 1 tsp of butter/oil, it can be used for an E of FP setting.
Thankfully, due to Pearl and Serene’s hard work they found a way to make creamy coffee and creamy lattes possible. If you like lattes you will like this!