My friends and I love hanging out at our local starbucks enjoying a latte or cappuccino over some great conversation.  As much as I like starbucks latte’s, I LOVE to make a latte at home.  It’s not as difficult as you would think, and it always tastes better at home!  Now there are two ways that you can make it if you’ve got a Tassimo Single-Serve Coffee Brewer.  The first way, is to use JUST the Tassimo Single-Serve Coffee Brewer with the two k-discs.  For this method, you’re going to need the Gevalia Espresso, T-Discs and the Tassimo Latte Milk Creamer T-disc.

click here to view on amazonTo begin, make an espresso like you normally would in your Tassimo TAS6515UC, if you don’t know how that’s done, it’s a matter of turning on the machine, waiting a few seconds for it to warm up, putting the Gevalia Espresso T-Discs in the machine, and pressing the silver button!  Once the espresso’s made, discard the used t-disc and insert a Tassimo Latte Milk Creamer T-disc and press the silver button.  The barcode on the t-disc tells the machine exactly how much water, heat and air to put into the disc to make the perfect frothed milk for your latte.  Once the machine is done, discard the T-disc, there you have it!  That’s how you make a latte at home using the TAS6515UC Tassimo Single-Serve Coffee Brewer and the 2 disc method.  Now you can go ahead and top it with whipped cream and drizzle it with chocolate syrup or caramel to make it like starbuck’s, but I prefer it just like that!

The other method to make a latte at home is with an Aerolatte Milk Frother. For this we’re going to start the same way.  Make your espresso with the Gevalia Espresso T-Discs,  only in taller glass (or mug). In a separate container, I use a Stainless Steel Milk Frothing Pitcher but any tall glass or container will do, pour about 2.5-3 oz of warm milk and turn the aerolatte milk frother on.  Froth the milk for around 20-30 sec (or until you get the milk frothed to the consistency you like) and remove it from the milk.  Slowly pour the milk into the glass (or mug) with the espresso allowing the milk to pour first with the foam to follow.   There you have it.  The other method to make a latte at home.

Leave a comment  if you’ve tried either of these methods, and how it came out.

 

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