Delicious Homemade Latte in 3 Easy Steps

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Give me all the coffee goodness and the burst of productivity that comes with it! Every morning my coffee is brewing automatically so I can enjoy that first glorious sip upon waking up with my 4 month old. Let me tell you, most mornings more than 1 cup is needed! Here’s a little side note though. Before I had my son, Oliver Finn, I was a frequent flyer at my local coffee shop. I loved picking up my favorite latte as I was checking off my to-do list around town.

Fast forward to having an infant and officially working from home, I no longer have the time to grab my latte on the go. Let alone pay the price for one. Diapers add up! But then all was right in my latte loving world once again. Let me introduce you to the International Delight® One Touch Latte™. Haven’t heard of it? That’s because it’s brand new! It’s just now debuting on your local Walmart shelves.

But what is the One Touch Latte™? It’s the very first frothing coffee creamer that turns your home-brewed coffee into a delicious latte as if it came from your favorite coffeehouse. That’s right! A homemade latte in as little as 5 seconds and at a great value. Exactly what I was looking for in this new chapter of mommyhood and working from home.

How do you use this party in a can? In just three easy steps where you point, press, and fall in love with your new latte. Let me show you how easy it is. You’re seriously going to be addicted to this new coffee trick by International Delight®.

Step 1: Fill your cup 2/3 with coffee to leave room for the froth.

Step 2: Shake the One Touch Latte™ can.

Step 3: Press and hold the can above your coffee for 5-7 seconds like you see in the video below and enjoy!

Your instant foam-top latte provides such perfect creamy sweetness that you’ll never go back to regular coffee again.

Each can in the flavors of vanilla, mocha, and caramel are good for 7 uses each. So why not start off every day of the week with a flavorful, creamy latte made by you in seconds?

The best part? This is the perfect addition to my coffee bar at home. Ever since Oliver arrived, we’ve had guests stay with us just about once a month. I’m able to provide my guests a flavorful latte to go along with the cute chalkboard sign to guide them. Or they can simply follow the directions on the can. After all, it only takes a few seconds. And let’s not forget. I’m back to checking off my to-do list with a latte in hand and saving money while I’m at it!

Also, here’s a free download where you can display the 3 easy steps for the International Delight® One Touch Latte™ in a 5×7 frame for you and your guests! Just click the image below to download.

Want to see how others started their instant latte party? Come join them here. That is if you’re not already heading to your local Walmart to snag an International Delight® One Touch Latte™ of your own! Which flavor will you be trying out first?

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  1. Ashlyn says:

    Such a fun post!! I LOVE all the staging and photos. I will have to try this, I love lattes!

  2. Kathy Hubbard says:

    Was excited to try this product. BIG DISSAPOINTMENT. Got the vanilla and carmel. You might as well squirt ready whip on top of your coffee. Vanilla worked once, then turned watery. Carmel lasted for two cups then watery. But by no means does it make your coffee like a latte It is really like ready whip. I will just stick with my flavored creamer. Much better

    • ElizabethRishel says:

      Oh no Kathy! I’m so sorry to hear this! I just went and bought my second can of vanilla, too. I do know that it’s best to spray the product right away when the coffee is hot with the nozzle almost in the coffee. If there are a few lumps, they usually melt into the coffee within a minute or two. Thank you for stopping by and giving it a try! I hate that it didn’t work out for you. One thing I do know, we both love our coffee. Happy Tuesday!

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