Homemade Creamer. Print Friendly Version Bookmark It!
Print Friendly Version Log in to bookmark! Description NO Chemicals Details Ingredients Related Tips 14 oz sweetened condensed milk2 cups milk optional flavors1/3 cup flavored syrupCocoa PowderVanilla ExtractAlmond ExtractCinnamon Directions Mix it all together - ENJOY! French Vanilla - 2 teaspoons vanilla extract Chocolate Almond - Cocoa Powder and Almond Extract. Milk and Booze! How To Make Sweet Milk Liqueur. Milk liqueur: a Portuguese recipe made from equal parts vodka (or grappa), milk, and sugar.
Say hello to the newest addition to our liquor cabinet! This rather improbable combination of vodka and milk makes a liqueur so smooth and perfectly sweet that you'll want to sip it straight. Get the recipe, our review, and some ideas for using this sweet liqueur below. We love the idea of making our own liqueurs, and we've been wanting to try this milk liqueur ever since we saw it in David Leite's most recent book The New Portuguese Table. Simply made by mixing vodka or grappa with an equal amount of milk and sugar, it just seemed so unusual and fascinating. Homemade Apple Pie Moonshine. Here is my recipe for homemade apple pie moonshine.
I researched the process and checked out a few different recipes and home brews to come up with this small batch recipe. Apple Pie Moonshine Recipe 1 qt apple juice (32 oz) 1 qt apple cider (32 oz) 3/4 cup of brown sugar 1/4 cup of white sugar 3 cinnamon sticks 1 fifth of cheap 100 proof vodka 3 qt jars and lids In a large pot, combine juices, sugars, and cinnamon sticks. Bring to a boil as you stir occasionally. Pour into sterilized Mason jars with one cinnamon stick in each jar. Makes 3 quarts. Conclusion: After 3 weeks in dark cool storage, I had to test my moonshine. Learn To Cook Four Loko At Home So You Can Have It Once It's Banned.
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In a new recipe published by Animal, their “backdoor pharmacist” will instruct you on exactly how to concoct your own Four Loko drink at home. The Chic Site. I constantly have summer on the brain.
I love the warmth of the sun, the long days, the general carefree attitude of people during the summer months. I’ve been feigning mojitos and sangria until Rachel told me about one of her favorite summer drinks- the lava flow cocktail. Aptly named, this cocktail really does remind me of molten lava flowing down a charred volcano. Celebrate Oktoberfest with Our Sparkling Pumpkin Cider Beertail! It’s the first week of October, but Oktoberfest is almost over!
Celebrate the last weekend of this worldwide beerfest by creating a autumnal beer-tail. Not only is this delicious, but it’s a great way to use those pumpkin ales guests inevitably bring to your house all October long. Ingredients (makes 4 glasses) - 3 bottles of Blue Moon Harvest Pumpkin Ale - 1/2 bottle Martinelli’s Sparkling Cider - 4 cinnamon sticks - 4 lemon wedges - a sprinkle of cinnamon A cocktail with two key ingredients and three garnishes is the way we like it here at Brit + Co.
Start with a cinnamon stick. Squeeze a little bit of lemon on top and place wedges on each glass for garnish. K-Cup Cocktails. You haven’t been using your Keurig to brew up boozy beverages?
What’s wrong with you, man?! During these colder days, that little machine can help you concoct some seriously delicious drinks. If you want in on the action, here are some K-Cup Cocktails to get you started. (Adjust level of booze to your taste/tolerance.) Loosely based on an Apple Rye Punch, this drink ditches any hard cider and gets supercharged with some applejack. Slow Cooker Pumpkin Spice White Hot Chocolate. Happy, happy Thanksgiving!
I hope your day is full of warmth, laughter, great food, loving family and friends, and maybe, just maybe, a little bit of this. This, my friends, is white hot chocolate. Cold-Brewed Iced Coffee. Update 4/2014: Be sure to check out my new, improved cold-brewed iced coffee tutorial with step-by-step instructions and lessons learned since first posting about cold-brewed iced coffee.
I started making my iced coffee this way a couple of years ago, thanks to this New York Times recipe that convinced me to do so. You add coffee grounds to cold water and let it sit at room temperature for several hours. Then you strain it through a coffee filter, and the result is a deep, rich, dark, and caffeine-packed glass of iced coffee. 1898646_460s.jpg (JPEG Image, 460 × 9230 pixels) How to Make Vanilla Ice Cubes. Fall Apple Sangria. I may be accepting the fact that summer is over, but I’m definitely having a tougher time accepting the fact that sangria season is over. Like, why can’t we make sangria a year round thing? Oh, we can? OK. Sheesh, I wish everything in life was that easy. Grab your favorite variety of apples, some fall spices, and a bottle of wine and you’re pretty much good to go.