Eggnog Latte As Good As Starbucks For a Fraction of the Cost

Some people think there are only two kinds of eggnog latte: Starbucks and. . . Starbucks. It is true the Starbucks craze originating in Seattle in the 1980’s has popularized the drink and caused quite a Christmas-time stir. In fact, some people can’t seem to celebrate Christmas without a visit to the famous coffee shop. However, the Latin word “latte” is simply the word for “milk”.

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Never mind the actual meanings of words though. Meanings change with the times. In current English parlance, a latte has come to mean a type of coffee drink made with hot milk. An eggnog latte has come to mean an eggnog drink made with coffee.

If you have a steamer you can find and prepare a copycat of the popular Starbucks recipe. The following recipes, however, are homemade versions that any eggnog- or coffee-lover can brew at home. And you can do it for a fraction of the fancy price you pay for going to the counter at the restaurant!

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Coffee Eggnog


2 cups eggnog, commercial or homemade
1-cup hot coffee


Pour all ingredients together and blend. The longer you blend and the thicker the eggnog, the frothier it becomes (within limits). Heat in microwave. Serve hot.

Note: I concocted this brew for my wife this morning. Since Kari loves coffee but is not particularly fond of eggnog, I wondered what she'd say. "Try this," I requested as I handed her the cup. Her eyes began to blink rapidly. "The flavor tastes so smooth," she replied as her lips pursed into a slight smile. I knew I'd found a winner. Eggnog latte--yeaahh!

Seattle Steamer


2 Tablespoons flavored syrup
2 oz strongly brewed coffee
9 oz steamed or warmed milk
1 egg, preferably from free-range hen


Combine ingredients in blender. Mix on high until frothy. Serve hot.

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