Creamy Caramel Iced Vanilla Latte + More Iced Coffee Drinks with 100 Calories or Less

Aug 5 2021
It's time for a coffee break! This super-flavorful iced java is made with just five simple ingredients. (You can use regular instant coffee, but Nescafé French Vanilla really takes the flavor up a notch!)

Hungry Girl's Healthy Creamy Caramel Iced Vanilla Latte Recipe

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Entire recipe: 53 calories, 3g total fat (1.5g sat fat), 101mg sodium, 5g carbs, 0.5g fiber, <0.5g sugars, 0.5g protein

Green Plan SmartPoints® value 1*
Blue Plan (Freestyle) SmartPoints® value 1*

Purple Plan SmartPoints® value 1*

Prep: 5 minutes

Ingredients:

2 tsp. sugar-free French vanilla powdered creamer

1 tsp. French vanilla instant coffee (like the kind by Nescafé)

1 packet natural no-calorie sweetener

1/4 tsp. caramel extract (like the kind by Watkins)

1/2 cup unsweetened vanilla almond milk

1–1 1/2 cups ice

Directions:

In a tall glass, combine creamer, instant coffee, sweetener, and caramel extract. Add 1 oz. hot water. Stir to dissolve.

Add almond milk and 3 oz. cold water. Stir well.

Fill glass with ice.

MAKES 1 SERVING

HG Alternative: For a less sweet version, leave out the sweetener packet.

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