Alyssa Thorne
August 29, 2016 5:08 pm
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Trouble getting out of bed? Not enough time to eat a well-balanced meal and drink your coffee before work? Nothing but unhealthy options waiting for you in the office kitchen? Well, we’ve got a#protip to make your morning routine quick and tasty.

Combine your breakfast and your coffee into one caffeinated, nutritious, and all-around energizing super latte. It’s called the “Oatmeal Latte” and yes you can order one at Starbucks, you just need to know how to ask for it. (It’s not actually on the menu.)

The Oatmeal Latte originated in Colorado-based coffee shop Cuppa Joe as a quick and delicious way to start your day off with warm, comforting oatmeal, plus a kick of espresso, with half the prep time and only one convenient container, because even Miranda Priestley’s assistant looked like a goon running around town loaded with Starbucks cups.

PopSugar recently spilled the (coffee) beans on how to order an Oatmeal Latte at Starbucks, which makes your morning routine even easier.

Are you ready? It’s as simple as 1, 2, 3.

Order oatmeal, but ask them to make it with steamed milk (or dairy substitute of your choice.)

Order one shot of espresso if you want to wake up, two if you want to vibrate out of the stratosphere.

Add espresso and any toppings to oatmeal. Let it sit and grow into its final delicious, caffeinated state.

And then you eat it, and enjoy your Oatmeal Latter, the most genius secret menu item you can order from Starbucks since rumors of the Mexican hot chocolate cropped up.

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