Coffee Lovers: Red Velvet Latte Coffee Recipe – Weekend Coffee Treat

Red Velvet Latte Coffee Recipe the Weekend Coffee Treat

It’s a beautiful Saturday morning, and we are feeling to make a delicious Red Velvet Latte this weekend.

Red velvet is usually a slice of cake or a cupcake that often served with coffee. It is one of the best pastry parings with brewed coffee, cappuccino, Americano, and cafe’ latte. Because of its popularity, red velvet had become a big hit in coffee shops where the red velvet latte became a commercial beverage.

The red velvet latte from the coffee shop The Local MBassy that is based in Sydney is said to be one of the best red velvet lattes because of its foamy, creamy texture that tastes like a warm marshmallow cupcake.

A lot of coffee lovers were asking about the secret of the MBassy, but the coffee shop is tight with their little secret.

Because we are craving for a red velvet latte treat this weekend so we will be making a red velvet latte for our coffee weekend treat.

This easy recipe of Red velvet latte is from Hamilton Beach.

Red Velvet Latte Coffee Recipe

two cups of red velvet latte with coffee and beet root
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Hamilton Beach


  • 8 ounces brewed coffee
  • 2 tablespoons half and half
  • 1 to 2 tablespoons vanilla simple syrup
  • 1 tablespoon beet juice
  • ½ teaspoon of cocoa powder


  1. In your coffee maker, brew 8 ounces of strong black coffee
  2. In a medium bowl, stir together half and half, beet juice, vanilla simple syrup, and cocoa powder.
  3. Using a milk frother, froth the half and half mixture. If you do not have a milk frother, heat the half and half in the microwave-safe jar for one minute. Shake the jar to “foam” the milk.
  4. Stir your half and half mixture in with your coffee and top with chocolate shavings, if desired.
Did you notice?

One of the main recipes to make a red velvet latte is a beetroot juice this may sound unusual to you, but the beetroot juice is what gives your latte the rich red color and gives a unique earthy flavor.