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Healthy Holiday Latte Recipes to Make You Feel Warm and Cozy Inside

Maple Chai Tea Latte

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Steep a bag of chai tea in the milk of your choice to create a creamier cup than using water. Then stir in vanilla extract and maple syrup to add a hint of sweetness to the spice.

Get the recipe: Maple Chai Tea Latte

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Starbucks Cinnamon Dolce Latte

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It might not be served in a festive red cup, but this copycat recipe is just as 'grammable. Cinnamon, brown sugar, and vanilla extract are the base for this sweet treat.

Get the recipe: Starbucks Cinnamon Dolce Latte

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White Chocolate Latte

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Dreams of warming up with this white chocolate latte will push you through a few more miles on a chilly winter run. Swap coconut milk and cream for the milk and half-and-half for a dairy-free version.

Get the recipe: White Chocolate Latte

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Salted Caramel Pumpkin Spice Latte

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You can still enjoy a #PSL without spending $6 on a fancy coffee shop latte. Whip this up as a treat after a hard, early morning workout class. Be sure to use real pumpkin purée, not the pie filling, to cut down on calories and sugar.

Get the recipe: Salted Caramel Pumpkin Spice Latte

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Peppermint Cocoa Matcha Latte

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Peppermint is one flavor that screams that the holidays have arrived. While this technically isn't a latte since there's no coffee or espresso, matcha powder contains about 70mg caffeine per teaspoon. Vanilla almond milk, cocoa powder, and peppermint extract combine to form this festive drink. (See also: 20 Genius Ways to Use Matcha)

Get the recipe: Peppermint Cocoa Matcha Latte

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Slow Cooker Gingerbread Latte

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Whip up a delicious drink to serve at your holiday party without being chained to the kitchen. Measure brewed coffee, milk, maple syrup, and ginger into the slow cooker and heat on low for three hours. You can use half almond milk and half whole milk for a creamy drink with fewer calories.

Get the recipe: Slow Cooker Gingerbread Latte

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Skinny Caramel Mocha

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Even if you love black coffee, sometimes it's hard to resist the latte siren call. This homemade version calls for caramel creamer, dark chocolate, and honey. Your waistline will appreciate that this recipe has only 160 calories, including the whipped cream!

Get the recipe: Skinny Caramel Mocha

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Bourbon Eggnog Latte

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A holiday classic, eggnog, is getting a caffeinated update this year. Espresso, bourbon, and eggnog are whisked together on the stovetop until it gets thick and hot. Top with whipped cream and nutmeg before serving.

Get the recipe: Bourbon Eggnog Latte

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