Almond Milk Cappuccino Recipe

How to Make this Non-Dairy and Soy Cappuccino

This lactose free drink is perfect for those espresso and coffee lovers allergic to dairy. With more calcium, less calories and a great frothing ability, this cappuccino will get you going to the store to buy almond milk! Learn how to make this from Morgan at Whole Latte Love.

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I have been trying to use almond milk from time to time. I really like the taste but sometimes the almond milk separates on contact with the espresso. Have you seen this? Any suggestions to prevent this?
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John, What machine are you using? If you are using a Panarello wand, the amount of air that it adds to the milk could be part of the problem. Gaggia machines can accept the Latte Art Wand, that when used as a single hole tip would likely incorporate the air into the milk better, giving a better texture and less separation.
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