French Vanilla Cappuccino

Deb Crane


Found this on food dot com after my son had been requesting it. No special equipment needed, but a immersion blender makes this as easy as pouring coffee!
Add more or less to taste.
Save money by making this drink yourself! Super easy


★★★★★ 3 votes

Stove Top


  • 1 c
  • ·
    brown sugar to taste (try 1/2 teaspoon and adjust)
  • 1/2 tsp
  • 1/2 c
    fresh hot coffee
  • ·
    cinnamon to sprinkle on top

How to Make French Vanilla Cappuccino


  1. Using a saucepan, add 1 cup of milk and 1/2 tea spoons of vanilla.

    On a medium heat warm the milk until it starts bubbling (stirring to prevent burning).

    Remove the milk from heat and stir sugar in to taste (suggestion 1/2 teaspoon).

    Using a immersion blender, whisk milk until frothy (suggestion 60 seconds).

    Half fill a cup with fresh hot coffee.

    Add the hot milk to almost fill cup (spooning milk froth to top).

    Dust the top of cup with cinnamon.
  2. NOTE: My first attempt, I blended for a good while. I learned you dont have to whip this for very long. I used 2% milk and it works like a dream. :)
    Best part? You dont need a fancy machine to make this treat!

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About French Vanilla Cappuccino

Course/Dish: Hot Drinks
Main Ingredient: Coffee/Tea/Beverage
Regional Style: Italian
Other Tag: Quick & Easy

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