Every week we pull together some great Canadian recipes from Canadian food bloggers around the web featuring one main ingredient or dish. This week, we decided to share 11 Cozy Latte recipes to make sure you stay warm this fall and winter.

Back in the day (as my grandma would say), when you heard the word 'latte' it would immediately bring to mind a cup of coffee with steamed milk. In fact, even the Oxford dictionary's definition for latte describes it as the mix of the dark brew and the white drink.

Nowadays, however, the word 'latte' refers to a variety of both hot and cold beverages that range from tea to chocolatey shakes to just milk infused with spices and/or syrups.

But whether you like the traditional stuff or the new golden and matcha lattes, one thing is for sure: all of these drinks are delicious!

The combination of milk, sugar and heartwarming flavours is what many of us look forward to as the cooler days of the year approach. So, if you are part of the club that loves wrapping your hands around a steaming mug, you're definitely going to enjoy making some of the 11 Cozy Latte recipes below.


A big thank you to all our FBC Members who participated in this weekend's Cozy Latte Recipes roundup.

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