A majority of cafes are taking notice of a soaring demand for more vegan options. However, with only a few of them being able to cater to the vegan coffee needs, getting your hands on vegan java is easier said than done. But why bother the coffee shops when you can prepare vegan coffee latte at your place and fix your daily joe dose?
All the ingredients of the vegan coffee latte have a positive impact on your health. Coconut palm sugar, for instance, contains more vitamins and minerals than normal white sugar; white sugar ranks between 60 and 75 and coconut sugar ranks at 35 on the glycemic index. Use of coconut palm sugar ensures that your blood sugar levels do not spike. Another important ingredient of the recipe is almond milk, which is linked to reduced risk of heart diseases. Almond milk also helps strengthen bones owing to its rich content of vitamin D. Last but not the least, the espresso shot is sure to boost and improve your alertness!
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How to make Vegan Coffee Latte
Add coconut palm sugar to a saucepot. over low-medium heat and whisk the sugar for 2 to 3 minutes.
Add vegan margarine and whisk until smooth.
Add 1 tbsp of almond milk and whisk occasionally.
Transfer the mixture to a small cup and set aside.
Add a cup of almond milk and an espresso shot to the saucepot and whisk until hot.
Pour the latte into a coffee mug and garnish it with vegan whipped cream.
Drizzle prepared caramelon the top and enjoy!
Just make a batch and store it in your thermos bottle, so you can have a cup when you feel like.
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