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Lavender Latte Recipe

Lavender Latte Recipe

I’m working away on new SVGs for the fall and shared in our emails how I was inspired by my coffee Sunday morning. And so many of you reached out and asked for the recipe. 

The first time I heard of this, I thought it sounded pretty fancy. And let’s be honest, who doesn’t love a fancy new coffee drink? Also, with this flavor, it’s like a treat but no sugar. 

Let’s make a lavender latte! 

Lavender Latte Recipe

This is the first week of having lavender coffee drinks in my life, and I’m sold. If you use the lavender here, it’s less than $7 (when I created this post), and it’s like a lifetime supply. Haha.

Supplies for Lavender Latte

  • One cup of coffee
  • Whipping Cream from Silk (check out this video, this stuff is GOLD if you are dairy-free) 
  • Dried Lavender
  • I couldn’t find the music note tea infuser I used, but this one looks like a whale 🐋 of a good time. HAHA
  • Small coffee whisker for the creamer
Lavender Latte Recipe

Simple steps to make a Lavender Latte

I am not a barista. To be honest, my skills are a Keurig coffee and add creamer. To get ‘fancy,’ I usually add extra creamer and a shot of hazelnut syrup. 

The steps are pretty simple, so don’t feel like you can’t make this fun treat.

Steps for a Lavander Latte

First … brew a cup of coffee – any type or flavor of your choice. Also, be sure it’s HOT so it can steep the lavender like tea.


Check out this video where I made a lavender latte in just minutes.

Second … add the lavender to the infuser. I used about a teaspoon amount when I made mine. Now using your infuser, steep the lavender until it smells/tastes the way you want. I think I did 30-60 seconds, is all. 

Lastly, whip up your creamer using your small whisk for some fun, frothy goodness.

Add the cream to your coffee and enjoy your special treat!! 

Lavender Latte Recipe

Are you looking for a fun Coffee Themed SVG?

If I could have one wish, I’d wish that coffee loved me as much as I love crafting. 

With that in mind, I thought I’d share all the fun SVGs we have with coffee themes. They are great to make graphic tees, decorate tumblers, or cut some vinyl and add the designs to your kitchen wall (or a sign) to change up your decor in the kitchen. 

I’d also love to invite you to join the We Can Make That email list.

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