This post is sponsored by Torani. All opinions and thoughts are my own. #ToraniatTarget
I’m not going to lie, Fall has not really been a favorite season of mine. I’ve lived in Southern California my entire life and the closest thing I would get to Fall is the leaves falling and the occasional cool day. Now I’m living in Central Oregon and I might have to say Fall is sneaking into my favorite season spot.
If you follow me on Instagram, you’ll know I’ve been spamming my stories with beautiful fall colors. The trees are the brightest yellows and the reddest reds. Some reds are so vibrant that they look like fire! I’m in absolute awe of Fall right now.
Along with all the leaves changing, the weather has been quite chilly with some sporadic warm days in between. There is nothing I’ve been enjoying more than a cool morning with a cup of coffee to warm me up. But i’ve been looking for something more than just my usual coffee with cream and Stevia. That’s where I turn to my friends over at Torani for some added flavor!
I absolutely love their Sugar-Free French Vanilla Syrup that can easily be added to any drink in any season. This weekend I decided to create a Vanilla Ginger Latte. It’s a simple version with no crazy equipment. All you need is a blender, my favorite is the Vitamix, and a couple of simple ingredients.
I was a little nervous that the ginger would be overwhelming but holy cow it came out SO GOOD! It’s the perfect blend of fall spices to add to your morning coffee.
Vanilla Ginger Latte
*2 Cups of Coffee
*1 Cup of Milk
*2 Tbsp of Torani Sugar-Free French Vanilla Syrup
*1 Tsp Ground Ginger
*1 Tsp Cinnamon
*Stevia to taste.
Instructions: Brew 2 cups of coffee and divide into two cups. In a small saucepan combine milk, Torani Sugar-Free French Vanilla Syrup, Ginger, and Cinnamon. Heat over medium-low stirring constantly to avoid milk curdle. Once heated add to a blender and add Stevia (to your desired sweetness). I used two packets of stevia for this recipe which is equivalent to ½ tsp. Blend until frothy and pour into coffee cups. It should be a foamy consistency. Sprinkle top with cinnamon or even add a little whipped cream. Sip and enjoy!