Iced Oat Milk Latte

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Craving an oat milk latte? Today you’ll learn the easiest way to make one at home! All you need is 4 simple ingredients, and it’s made using home-brewed black coffee. No espresso machine required!

iced oat milk latte with spoon in glass

This recipe is inspired by the Iced Brown Sugar Oatmilk Shaken Espresso available at Starbucks.

It’s lightly sweet, with a prominent coffee flavor, and I love that it’s nut-free and dairy-free.

Ingredients You’ll Need

oat milk latte ingredients

What’s in an oat milk latte?

  • Coffee
  • Water
  • Rolled oats
  • Maple syrup (or sweetener of choice)

The oats and water create the oat milk for this latte. When you blend these ingredients together, they become creamy in just seconds.

No store-bought oat milk required!

How to Make an Oat Milk Latte

1. Add the ingredients. Pour the coffee, water, oats, and maple syrup into the blender, and secure the lid.

oat milk latte ingredients in blender

2. Blend. Turn the blender on and blend until the mixture looks smooth and creamy.

latte poured into glass and served

3. Enjoy! Pour the mixture over ice (and through a strainer, if you want to catch any pieces that might have been missed) and enjoy it right away.

If you’ve tried my Vegan latte, which is made with almond butter instead of oats, you know how creamy a blended drink like this can be! When you keep oatmeal on hand, this drink is an easy and affordable option that you can make anytime.

iced latte poured from blender into glass

Helpful Tips & FAQ

Use cold ingredients. Hot liquids tend to make oats more slimy, so I recommend making this drink iced when possible. If you are really craving a hot drink, I would use only 1 tablespoon of oats with the hot liquids, to reduce the slime factor.

Strain out any pulp. Pour the mixture from the blender, through a fine mesh strainer on the way into your cup. This will help catch any small oat pieces that didn’t get totally pulverized and give you a more pleasant sipping experience.

Make it fruit-sweetened. You can swap the maple syrup for 2 pitted Medjool dates, if you prefer. In this case, I definitely recommend straining out the pulp, in case the blender misses a piece.

Try a Honey Oat Latte. If you don’t need a vegan recipe, you can also swap the maple syrup for honey instead.

iced oat milk latte with black background

Make a Pumpkin Oat Milk Latte. For a pumpkin spice latte, try adding in 1 tablespoon of pumpkin puree and a 1/4 teaspoon of pumpkin pie spice.

Make your own pumpkin pie spice blend at home, if you need to!

Storage tips. Oats tend to get slimier as they sit in liquid, so I don’t recommend making a big batch of this oat milk latte ahead of time. You can brew the coffee in advance, though! Then it will be ready to pour into the blender, and you’ll have a latte in 60 seconds or less. Definitely faster than a coffee shop drive-thru.

iced latte in glass with spoon

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Iced Oat Milk Latte

This Oat Milk Latte is made with just 4 simple ingredients, and couldn't be easier. Made with home brewed coffee for an affordable latte that tastes like it came from a coffee shop!
Course Drinks
Cuisine American
Keyword oat milk latte
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 0 minutes
Total Time 5 minutes
Servings 1
Calories 101kcal

Equipment

Ingredients

Instructions

  • Add the coffee, water, oats, and maple syrup to a blender and blend until smooth and creamy, with no visible pieces of oats.
    oat milk latte ingredients in blender
  • Pour the mixture into a glass of ice, and enjoy it right away. You can pour this mixture through a fine mesh strainer, on the way into the glass, to catch any pieces of oats that the blender might have missed.
    latte poured into glass and served

Notes

Nutrition information is for the whole batch. This information is automatically calculated, and is just an estimate, not a guarantee.
Feel free to double or triple this recipe, as needed! You can also experiment with using a higher ratio of coffee, if you prefer a stronger coffee flavor.
For a pumpkin spice latte, add in 1 tablespoon of pumpkin puree and a 1/4 teaspoon of pumpkin pie spice. In this case, you might want to add a touch more maple syrup, as desired for sweetness.

Nutrition

Calories: 101kcal | Carbohydrates: 22g | Protein: 2g | Fat: 1g | Saturated Fat: 1g | Polyunsaturated Fat: 1g | Monounsaturated Fat: 1g | Sodium: 11mg | Potassium: 147mg | Fiber: 1g | Sugar: 12g | Calcium: 34mg | Iron: 1mg

If you try this iced Oat Milk Latte, please leave a comment below letting me know how you like it. And if you add any extra flavorings, I’d love to hear about those, too!

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Comments

Bridget

Thank you! This was sooo good! What do you think of using a medjool date as a sweetener?

    Megan Gilmore

    Medjool dates work great, too! I usually use 2 pitted ones for this recipe.

Brenda

This sounds yummy! Would love for you to come up with a healthier version of Starbucks’ White Chocolate Mocha Iced Latte! Thanks!

Nicole

I haven’t actually tried this exact recipe yet (I’m sure it’s delicious just like all your other recipes!). I ran out of oat milk and was craving a matcha latte so I used this recipe to make my own oat milk matcha latte using 1 cup water for the liquid, 1 tsp matcha and 1 tbsp date syrup and YUM! Thanks for always having the best (and easy) recipes!

Trish

I made both versions of the cover the weekend and it’s so easy and super yummy! I have a Vitamin, so the first time I didn’t strain it. There were definitely some oat remains in the bottom, but it didn’t bother me. When I made he pumpkin version the next day, I trained it. Either way is fine, but would definitely strain it if I was serving it to someone. The flavor is great for both versions! You can taste the oats, but I love oats so that just made it yummy in my opinion. Definitely adding these to my rotation!

Jeri

I made the pumpkin spice version today and it was great for a sunny, fall morning!

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