Home Comforts - Autumn Coffee Recipes
Autumn is officially upon us – cooler evenings, cosy blankets, and countless cups of comforting hot drinks await. Cue our Espresso Coffee Machine which can be used to create a variety of barista-style hot beverages in the comfort of your home... Or to pop in a reusable cup and take with you on your next autumn outing.
Here are our top 3 autumnal coffee recipes to warm you up when the weather gets nippy, and the nights draw in. Why not give them a go and share your own creations with us @morphyrichardsuk?
The Pumpkin Spice Latte
Synonymous with the arrival of autumn, there’s nothing like the aroma of a pumpkin spiced latte.
240ml of milk or plant-based milk
2 tablespoons of pumpkin puree
1 teaspoon of vanilla
1/4 teaspoon of pumpkin spice
2 shots of espresso
1 tablespoon sugar
Step 1: Gently heat and froth the milk with the frother, then add the sugar and pumpkin puree.
Step 2: Add the vanilla into the milk mixture and continue to heat, but don’t allow to boil.
Step 3: Remove from heat and add pumpkin pie spice seasoning, stirring thoroughly.
Step 4: Extract 2 shots of espresso from your machine into a cup.
Step 5: Pour the milk mixture over your coffee.
Step 6: Feeling indulgent? Finish with whipped cream and sprinkle with cinnamon
The Mocha Cappuccino
Get your coffee kick and fuel your chocolate craving at the same time with this delicious combination.
2 shots of espresso
120ml milk or plant-based milk
1 tablespoon chocolate sauce/syrup
Your favourite chocolate
Step 1: Extract 2 shots of espresso from your machine into a cup.
Step 2: Heat the milk gently with the steam wand, adding the chocolate syrup as it warms up.
Step 3: Now use the espresso machine wand to steam the milk and create a froth on top.
Step 4: Pour the espresso into a mug and top with the steamed milk.
Step 5: Spoon the milk froth on top of your coffee
Step 6: Grate your favourite chocolate on top.
Chai Tea Latte
Warm spiced black tea with an espresso boost and a subtle sweetness (and no pumpkin in sight!).
1 teaspoon loose leaf black tea or 1 tea bag
90ml of milk
1 shot espresso
1-2 tablespoons chai spice
240ml of water