Milk Bar Turned Its Famous Desserts into Lattes
Some of the country’s favorite desserts can now be sipped.
Milk Bar, which has several sweet shops around Manhattan and Brooklyn, along with locations in DC, Las Vegas, and Toronto, is turning three of their beloved treats into drinks.
Helmed by chef Christina Tosi, the chainlet gained fame for its whimsical, over-the-top desserts, and just debuted lattes inspired by popular flavors at bakery: Crack Pie, Cereal Milk, and B’Day.
The Crack Pie Latte is crafted with dark brown sugar, corn ganache, espresso, and steamed milk. It’s inspired by the Crack Pie filling, which is loaded with sugar, corn powder, butter and heavy cream.
The B’Day Latte, a take on the shop’s multi-layered, funfetti cake of the same name, is made with B’day crumbs, “B’day syrup,” espresso, steamed Cereal Milk (another Milk Bar favorite), salt, and yellow cake flavor—all topped with rainbow sprinkles.
Originally a secret, off-menu item at Milk Bar, the Cereal Milk Latte is officially on the menu. The sweet sipper is made with espresso and steamed cereal milk, which tastes like the sugary dairy at the bottom of your breakfast bowl.
The trio of new lattes come in three different sizes and cost between $4 and $6 at New York locations.
We’re all for (sipping) dessert for breakfast.
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