Italian Cappuccino

Published Date
May 28th 2023
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Do you want to get your morning started on the right foot? An Italian Cappuccino is precisely what you need! This version is made with oat milk and dusted with cinnamon and cocoa powder, making it the perfect dairy-free cappuccino. If you want other steamy and foamy drinks, try our Earl Grey latte

What is an Italian cappuccino?

An Italian cappuccino is a coffee-based drink made with espresso and steamed milk. It is topped with foam and dusted with cinnamon and cocoa powder. 

What kind of milk do Italians use for cappuccino?

Italians usually use whole milk to make cappuccinos. 

Which is stronger latte or cappuccino?

Cappuccinos contain less milk, so they are much stronger than a latte. 

Do you put sugar in cappuccino?

Typically, cappuccinos do not contain sugar. However, you can add sugar to your cappuccino if you want to. 

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Prep Time
5 mins
Cook Time
1 mins
Total Time
6 mins
1 person



Place the espresso or cold brew coffee into a coffee mug

Prepare espresso into coffee mug

Place the oat milk into a microwave-safe small bowl. Heat the oat milk in the microwave for 30–45 seconds until it is warm. 

Prepare oat milk for microwave

Remove the oat milk from the microwave. Froth it with a frother until it doubles in size. 

Frothed milk

Pour the foamed oat milk over the coffee and garnish it with cinnamon and cocoa powder. 

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