Cinnamon French Toast Latte

The first time I had a french toast latte was last month at our local coffee shop. As soon as I took the first sip, I knew I wanted to recreate the drink. It was so good! I don’t know if it’s my love for breakfast food that made me love this drink so much or what. There was just something about those brown sugar, maple, and cinnamon flavors with a hint of nutmeg that made the drink stand out.

This weekend was a typical chilly fall weekend with gray skies and a little rain. Perfect for staying inside and enjoying a latte! I knew exactly what kind I wanted to make. It wasn’t long before I was sipping on my own version of a french toast latte. :) I prefer my coffee drinks to not be super sweet and only used an 1/8 cup of syrup per mug, so this recipe gives me plenty of syrup to enjoy lattes all week. Now if I wasn’t the only person in my house who liked coffee, it wouldn’t last as long! :)

Feel free to add more or less syrup to match your desired sweetness. Also, a little (or a lot!) whipped cream with a sprinkle of cinnamon makes a great finish to these lattes! :)

Cinnamon French Toast Latte

Yield: 1 1/8 C syrup or enough for 4-8 lattes depending on desired sweetness


  • 1/2 C water
  • 1/2 C brown sugar
  • 1 1/2 tsp vanilla extract
  • 1 tsp maple extract
  • 8-10 drops cinnamon liquid stevia or 3/4 tsp ground cinnamon
  • 1/4 tsp nutmeg
  • 12 oz steamed/hot milk (This is enough for two lattes)
  • 12 oz brewed espresso or strong coffee (This is enough for two lattes)
  • Whipped cream, optional
  • Cinnamon for garnish, optional


  1. In a medium saucepan, stir together water and brown sugar. Bring mixture to a boil over medium heat. Stir in vanilla, maple, and cinnamon stevia into brown sugar mixture and bring back to a boil. Boil for six minutes stirring occasionally to prevent scorching. Remove from heat and stir in nutmeg (and cinnamon if using ground cinnamon).
  2. Pour 1/8-1/4 cup of syrup, depending on desired sweetness, into two mugs. Pour in 6 ounces of espresso/strong coffee into each mug and stir. Stir in 6 ounces of steamed milk into each mug.
  3. Top with whipped cream and additional cinnamon.
  4. Enjoy!
  5. Store leftover syrup in the refrigerator.

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  1. One word… SLURP!!! Looks so yummy! :)

  2. I have never heard of a french toast latte! That is such a good ideeeaaa, if I liked coffee…I would love this. I can assure you, though, that I would DEFINITELY love the smell of this. Mmm the smell of french toast coffee…so wonderful…

  3. Yes please! I’ll take a tall with a triple shot!! :)

  4. A french toast latte? This is completely new to me. I would love to try one now!

  5. how is it I have never heard of this drink before – holy YUM

  6. What an awesome idea for a latte!! It sounds divine – if I drank coffee (I know…) I would be all over this :)

  7. Love the look of this toasty hot latte!

  8. This looks so inviting! I will take one please LOL I will be making one of these for myself oneday this week, have all the ingredient, thanks again for another wonderful treat!

  9. Lovely being able to make right at home. Oh the money I can save. Thanks

  10. That looks so good! I could use a latte right now :)

  11. So I’ve never even heard of a French Toast Latte….WHERE have I been?? This looks delicious! 😀

  12. Frothy flavoursome and incredible 😀

    Choc Chip Uru

  13. Wat a fab recipe…love it..
    Tasty Appetite

  14. I love this recipe, for sure! I’m new here and happy to find your blog with so many great rcipes!

  15. Nutmeg in this latte looks like a great ingredient!

  16. Oh my goodness! This sounds so amazing! I think I will definitely have to try this! :)

  17. This sounds amazing. I’m not really a sweet coffee drinker ever, but I’m a sucker for maple!

  18. I could use one of these right now! YUM! Congrats on your Tasty Kitchen feature!!

  19. Perfect for fall! I love cafe drinks recreated at home.

  20. Perfect for this time of year. Congrats on being the TK member of the week! :)

  21. This is something I DEFINITELY need in my life. What could be better than French toast in coffee form?!?

  22. I love French toast this sounds nice in a coffee form.

  23. I’m in Provo right now and dying for some caffeine! You’re tempting me :)

  24. Gorgeous pictures and OH MY GOODNESS, French Toast Latte? I need to try this SUPER bad. French toast is my all-time breakfast food favorite!

  25. I love that you use brown sugar to give a more caramel flavor to the syrup.

  26. I love this!!! Ahhh French toast + Coffee together sounds like heaven!

  27. I’ve never had a cinnamon french toast latte but holy moly, it looks + sounds just amazing! I need to get my hands on one, or make one, ASAP!

  28. I have never seen a coffee shop with such a thing. I would have been all over it by now if I had. I cannot wait to check out your recipe. This sounds Ah-MAZ-En!

  29. i’ve never even heard of a french toast latte… this sounds INCREDIBLE! :)

  30. This latte looks delicious. Can you believe it I have never had a latte. After seeing your recipe I am thinking I will have to give it a try.

  31. I can’t wait to whip up one of these!

  32. I dont even like coffee and these sound fabulous!

  33. What a unique idea for a coffee drink!

  34. That looks super delicious. I’m obsessed with lattes and frappuccinos at home right now!

  35. I found you through Weekend Potluck and am an ew follower. Everything you make looks SO good! I woud love for you to come link up at my Blog Fest
    Fresh Eggs Daiy

  36. I’ve never heard of such a thing, but am wild about coffee in any form. Amazing! Thanks so much for linking up at Weekend Potluck!

  37. So perfect for Fall!
    I would love to have you join my new link party Wednesday Extravaganza! Come by and share this or other recipes. Here is the link

    Can’t wait to see you there!

  38. Wanted you to know I’m sharing this recipe as my personal favorite at Weekend Potluck today. Please come over and snag your ‘featured’ button. Thanks again – can’t wait to try this.

  39. This looks amazing! I love flavoured lattes, my favourite at the moment is gingerbread :-) am definitely giving this a go!

  40. What a fabulous treat!


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