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Video: How to Make a Starbucks Latte at Home (Save Yourself Up to $1,000 Per Year!)

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I am so excited to share with you this video that I recently filmed about one of my favorite topics – yep, you guessed it: COFFEE! In this video, I will show you how easy (and affordable!) it is to make a Starbucks Latte at home. Consider the fact that if you drink Starbucks lattes daily (5 times per week) and spend an average of $4 per latte, you can save yourself a whopping $1,000 every year by making these beverages at home. Check it out…


* If you can’t see the video, go here to watch it.

Here’s what you’ll need to make your own Starbucks Latte at home:

* Aerobie 80R08 AeroPress Coffee and Espresso Maker
* IKEA Cordless Milk Frother/Foamer
* Finely ground coffee
* Boiling water
* Milk (I recommend using 1% or 2% milk; in my experience, whole milk does not froth as well)
* Flavoring Syrup (optional)

ENJOY! 😀

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  1. CSwan1986

    My Aerobie arrived last night and WOW! My coffee was delightful this morning. Thanks for the great tips! This thing puts my old bodum to shame!

  2. allfor2cuties

    love your videos!!! Wish you could make them more often…Love all your ideas 🙂

  3. vicki

    just came across this video yesterday, and immediately ordered the milk frother from amazon! as a self described starbucks junkie, i spend WAY too much cash there each week. since i usually order the misto (brewed coffee & steamed/frothed soy milk), i figured this would work well with my keurig. picked up the frother & a bottle of sugar free hazelnut syrup, and i’m all set to enjoy my own! thanks for the tutorial! 🙂

  4. anastasia beaverhausen

    great video! where did you get your red fruit basket? it’s super cute!

  5. Jeanette

    I love it!! Thank you!! I can’t wait to try this recipe.

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