Chocolate Covered Strawberry Latte
Posted on By Jennifer Moss
If you're looking for a new way to enjoy your morning tea, then this recipe is for you! It combines three of our favorite things: strawberries, chocolate and lattes. The result is a low calorie, sweet creamy drink sure to make you feel loved.
This decedent latte is a healthy, creamy dessert option - a great choice for Valentine's Day, Galentine's Day or for when you're looking for extra special start to the day.
Add Belgian Chocolate loose-leaf tea into the infuser basket and insert into Conflicted Iced Tea brewer. If using a paper tea bag, place into mouth of a mason jar.
Pour filtered water into the Conflicted Iced Tea Brewer or mason jar. Allow tea to steep for 6-24 hours.
Remove your infuser or tea bag, then cover your tea concentrate and refrigerate for up to 1 week.
Pour heavy cream, 2% milk, and strawberry puree into a large mason jar and stir to combine.
Using an electric whisk, high speed blender, frother, etc. beat the mixture on medium speed for 1-2 minutes until frothy - then another minute until it thickens into a foam. Do not overbeat the foam to peaks.
If the cold foam isn't whipping, ensure the heavy cream is cold enough and hasn't separated. Add one tbsp of heavy cream more at a time.
Prepare two tall glasses by drizzling in chocolate syrup. Then fill each glass with ice cubes.
Pour chilled Belgian Chocolate tea concentrate into your glasses until filled 3/4 the way.
Pour the strawberry cold foam on top of iced tea. This should be thick enough to sit on top of the drink, not mix in.
Garnish with a fresh strawberry on each glass and drizzle with chocolate syrup. Enjoy!
We suggest cold steeping your tea for the strongest flavor - but if you're short on time, heat your water to 212 F and steep your tea for 7 minutes. Let cool to room temperature before refrigerating.