Oh my goodness, this homemade iced maple latte is SO good! They have legit replaced my morning Starbucks coffee and that is saying A LOT! When you read on to learn how easy these are to make, you won’t believe it!
The first time I had a maple latte was when I was on my trip to Vermont in July. I got home and couldn’t stop thinking about the amazing maple latte I had….ok, really, all of the delicious maple treats I enjoyed. I knew I had to recreate the iced maple latte at home.
I have always preferred iced coffee – even in the dead of the winter – so naturally, that is how I enjoy this drink, but you can enjoy it hot too. That’s the best part – it’s so flexible and SO tasty. This latte has the perfect amount of sweetness; nothing too overpowering.
Enough of my gushing about how much I love this drink. I bet you’re wondering how you can make a latte at home, aren’t you? It’s so easy – a few quick steps and a mason jar is all it takes!
How to make an iced maple latte at home:
- Pour milk and shake vigorously
- Add maple syrup and foam
- Stir and enjoy!
Of course, there are a few more details in the recipe below, but really it’s as simple as it sounds. And once you make this iced maple latte at home once, you’ll wonder why you haven’t been doing it all along. Making your latte at home just saved you $5! I’d love to hear – now what will you do with that extra $5 everyday?
Once you start making these lattes at home, I think you’ll be addicted. So, if you loved the homemade maple latte, I have another one for you to try! My homemade iced salted honey latte is the one where I learned just how simple it was to make lattes at home. Hope you enjoy!
Other recipes you might enjoy:
Homemade Iced Maple Latte
- 1 cup milk
- 1 - 2 cups ice
- 1 1/2 cups coffee or espresso, at room temperature (if you want a warm latte, you can leave your coffee warm and omit the ice)
- 2 tablespoons pure maple syrup
- In a jar with a lid, pour milk (2% or whole milk) and shake vigorously back and forth for a minute, until foamy. Take off the lid and microwave for 15 seconds.
- Fill two large glasses (or mason jars) with ice. Pour coffee evenly between the glasses.
- Drizzle in maple syrup between two cups. If you like your lattes a little on the sweeter side, use a little more maple syrup per cup.
- Using a spoon, hold back the foam and pour a little milk into each glass. Then, take spoonfuls of the foam to add on top of the latte.
- Stir to combine and then enjoy!
My favorite coffee is hot with a generous dash of Irish cream and a dollop of real whipped cream.
Oh yum, sounds delish!
Rebecca S. says
Thai iced coffee, all the way. Though this recipe sounds awesome, and I am going to have to try it.
Me too, I love iced coffee always and always 🙂
Nancy S. says
My faves are either a iced mocha made with skim milk or Indian style chai (hot).
Oh yum, I love iced mochas!
Yum! This sounds good and easy!!! My fall go-tos are pumpkin spice latte and chai latte (both made with almond milk).
Definitely going to have to try this! I love a cinnamon dolce latte from Starbucks.
I think you’d love this – and yes to those cinnamon dolce lattes!
Steven Epstein says
German Chocolate Cappuccino for me
I loved this I usually only like mocha Frappuccino. I think I have a new drink
Mocha frappaccinos are amazing, but I think you’ll love this one too 🙂
Holy heck, this was good! I’m an iced coffee fan as well and just bought some Starbucks Caramel syrup (I like just a hint of sweetness), when I saw this recipe. This was so easy and tasty (and a lot more natural than the caramel syrup ingredients!)! Perfect alternative to pumpkin flavor for fall! I guess my syrup bottle will be shelving it for a bit! Thanks for the recipe!
I’m so glad you liked this, thank you so much for your super sweet comment!!!
Michael Gardner says
I like mine hot with Irish Cream. Do you have a recipe fokr that?
Oh you know what – my grandmother-in-law has an awesome recipe for homemade Irish cream, i’ll ask her for that and share it this winter!
The maple latte looks delicious and exactly like something I would enjoy. I can’t wait to try it. My morning drink of choice, at this moment, is chai latte. I’ve been enjoying chai for a while now.
I think you’ll love it! I love chai lattes too!
Darla Nelson says
WOW! I am going to try some of these great coffee/tea ideas! I enjoy making my coffee at home because I’m the first one up and it’s such a peaceful time to enjoy my drink and snuggle with my dog. I only buy it out when meeting with my friends.
I’m the same way Darla! So glad you’re going to try some of the ideas, hope you enjoy!
Kim Henrichs says
Coffee is my life!! My fave is an iced mocha with half the chocolate. But I do love a super good iced with a dash of milk.
Right there with you – love coffee!! Your fave drink sounds delicious.
sally furness says
My favorite coffee drink is Great Value pumpkin spice cappuccino mix for my Keurig.
I order it online from Walmart and pick it up in the store. If you don’t have a Kerug, I
think you could just mix with boiling water and whisk.
Oh that sounds delicious! I love when one finds something really good that one can make at home 🙂
Susan P. says
I’ll have to try the maple syrup in my coffee and add some milk foam. Sounds delicious! I usually only get coffee from Starbucks or other coffee shops when I’m traveling and don’t get the fancy drinks anyway. I only spend $2 that way.
I think you’d love maple syrup in your coffee…it’s such a nice smooth sweetener.
Amy C. says
Iced coffee is my favorite in the warmer months and during the winter I love Caramel Macchiatos.
Oh yum, caramel macchiatos are always delicious 🙂
Amy S. says
I love a good mocha.
YUM, I love a good mocha too!
Rayyan Rashid says
I really love Starbucks frappuccino mocha I really love it with the song goes together and my favorite singer is Lady Gaga answer. Calms me down in the morning is good to wake up listening to music
Oh that sounds awesome-drink & music! What a great way to start the day!
I love mocha frappecino with pumpkin bread
Yum, sounds like a delicious combination
Not a coffee drinker, but I love a nice unsweetened green tea when I go to a coffee shop
I like coffee and tea, so a nice green tea sounds awesome 🙂
When I’m going for a “fancy” coffee, I’m a create of habit – almost always getting a low-fat hazelnut latte. However, I do love some of the Christmas holiday lattes that Starbucks has.
Oh yum – I’m right there with you – sometimes those holiday lattes are amazing!
French vanilla cappuccino, my favorite of them all.
oh yum, I need to try a french vanilla cappuccino!
I like a macchiato latte…extra hot (so I can sip it for a long time)
I hear you – sometimes I am still drinking my morning coffee in the afternoon lol. I’m going to have to try ordering it extra hot – I didn’t even know one could do that!
Susan Van Bibber says
Chai lattes with vanilla almond milk are my favorite, but this one may come in at a very close second!!!
Why thank you – I’m so glad you like this latte! I love chia lattes too, they always remind me of fall with all the wonderful spices!
Janet Werme says
Many of Dragonfruit refresher, my husband and I don’t drink coffee to be honest not that crazy about the smell either. I know weird, right?
Haha no not weird at all, I know a lot of people who don’t like coffee. I like both tea and coffee 🙂
Rachel Zimmerman says
Chai tea latte. Yum!
Yum, love the spices in a chai tea latte!
Favorite coffee drink is almond milk Misto
oh yum – I had to google that, sounds amazing!
Mary W says
I was a full blown black coffee addict for decades but after a serious illness that kept me in bed for a week, I broke the coffee habit. My stomach is ever so grateful too! Now I drink green tea. My current favorite drink is a big mug of green tea with a generous glug of Kombucha. Ahhhhh!
I hear you about taking a little break from coffee…I try to do that every once in a while, and I love tea too. Green tea with kombucha sounds like a very refreshing and healthy for your stomach drink!
I love mocha lattes, either hot or iced!
YUM, me too, mochas are amazing
Argeline Gorman says
I love Mocha Coffee
Mochas are so good!
I really like a good coffe in the raining days… mocaccino is delicious!
I love good coffee on rainy days too!