Thank you to Walmart+ for sponsoring this coffee shop drink at home post. As always, all opinions are my own. This post contains affiliated links.
Hi, sweet friends! Alright, let’s get right to it. My name is Suzanne and I spend way too much money at coffee shops. So, in order to be a more responsible human adult, I’ve mastered the art of making my favorite fall coffee shop drink at home.
It all starts with my Walmart+ membership because let’s be honest, doesn’t everything? I’ve shared my love for my Walmart+ membership in a few other posts (see them here) and the love continues.
I’m all about making life easier and spending less time doing things I don’t want to do. (Obvs grocery shopping with 3 kids definitely falls under that category.)
With my Walmart+ membership, I’m able to order fresh, high quality groceries (like all of the essentials I need every morning for my favorite coffee drink!) and have them delivered right to my door. Here are just a few of the benefits of a Walmart+ membership:
Free same-day delivery from your store on groceries and more ($35 order minimum. Restrictions apply.)
Walmart’s everyday low prices.
Click here to start your free trial!
And now, for my favorite fall coffee shop drink at home. My go-to order is a Misto, which is an Au Lait. And of course since it’s fall and I’m basic, I need to add a little pumpkin in there…
It’s super simple! Here’s what I use:
Starbucks Breakfast Blend coffee
I froth these together:
Unsweet Vanilla Almond Milk
A splash of Half + Half
A splash of Starbucks Pumpkin Spice Latte non-dairy creamer
Sprinkle cinnamon sugar on top to make it fancy
If you don’t have a milk frother yet, I can’t recommend one enough. It elevates your at home coffee experience and feels like you’re drinking something from your favorite coffee shop!
I’m so confused. What is the nespresso thing that your milk ? is being poured from in the pic? What are the proportions? There is like 3 different types of milk or milk-like stuff in the recipe – which are you frothing or all of them together?
I froth them all together! That’s the milk frother from our Nespresso maker. I linked individual milk frothers in the post. I’m posting a reel on Instagram tonight showing how I make it…