Coconut Milk Latte

Coffee Addiction

To me, coffee is one of the sweet pleasures in life that can easily be taken for granted. As I ventured through my health journey one of my bizarre symptoms was increased reactions to foods I used to eat on a no-problem-regular-basis. Crazy burpy gas reaction to butter, thick mucousy throat from sugary foods, and fullness in ears and intensified stomachaches from coffee. I was already on such a restricted diet that coffee was one of the foods I just didn’t want to give up. Nope. Wasn’t gonna do it!

There’s something so alienating about being on a restricted diet that waking up to a creamy, frothy, sweet coffee drink is something I fought so hard to keep in my daily routine. I don’t even think it was the caffeine I needed to survive the day but just the thought my stubborn self wanted to hold on to. To much avail and after continually feeling funky after each coffee trial I succumbed to my coffee addiction and stopped drinking it. It was a huge mental block I had to get over. I tried tea, black tea with honey and rice milk and then starting making my own coconut milk…it just wasn’t the same.

Finally, it dawned on me that maybe in fact it was the caffeine that my body developed a sensitivity to and thought to try decaf. So I did, and I think it’s my new thing! Below is my version of a non-dairy Latte. Something about my mornings are a little sweeter now- hope you enjoy too!

xo, Kylie

Coconut Milk Latte
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  • North Coast Coffee Roasting Co. Decaf French Roast
  • Filtered water
  • Homemade coconut milk, can also use So Delicious CoconutMilk Coffee Creamer
  • Honey, or maple syrup for Low Fodmap, to taste


  1. Boil enough water to fill 32 oz. french press
  2. Coarsely grind North Coast Roasting Co. Decaf French Roast Decaf
  3. Add 3-5 tablespoons of ground coffee to french press
  4. Pour hot water into french press and mix well. Let steep for 4-5 minutes
  5. Evenly press plunger all the way to the bottom
  6. Pour coffee into coffee mug with desired coconut milk and honey, or maple syrup, to taste
  7. Add contents to Vitamix and blend on medium for 30 seconds. Use caution as contents will be hot
  8. Pour drink back into coffee mug and enjoy. There should be a nice coffee froth layer on top
  9. NOTE: Love pumpkin spice season just as much as me?!… Add a dash of pumpkin spice to your ground coffee and voila, non-dairy PSL!
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8 Comments on “Coconut Milk Latte

  1. MMMMmmmm made this delish drink this morning! Great start to the day! especially with the home made coconut milk! Thanks Kylie!
    • Thanks for sharing your interest in learning how to make homemade and clean coconut milk! I will share in an upcoming post, stay tuned!

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