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Mulled Cranberry Apple Cider. Cinnamon Sore Throat Tea - Life Currents. Cinnamon Sore Throat Tea I’ve been under the weather (but this Cinnamon Sore Throat Tea helps).

Cinnamon Sore Throat Tea - Life Currents

It’s easy to make even when you’re sick. And, it’s delicious. Best of all it’ll help sooth your sore throat because it’s the best tea for sore throat. Sore throat tea And, I’m not a good sick person. So, anything that helps me feel better, I’m ALL for! And, it’s easy to make, so even if you’re home alone and don’t feel like doing anything, you can make it quickly and crawl back in bed. I like that this Cinnamon Sore Throat Tea has ginger to help nausea as well, as I often get nauseous when I’m sick.

Homemade tea for sore throat Use the milk of your choice, dairy, plant-based, it’s all good. For the pictures I used two different kinds of milk so you could see there’s a little difference in the way it looks. And, if you’re worried about the fact that milk may increase mucus (as many people have commented), again, feel free to use plant-based milk, as it works great! Not so much a recipe… More of a “why have I not been doing this for years?”

Not so much a recipe…

Post. Remember back when I made caramel sauce? For some strange reason, I haven’t made it since then. I know, right!? The other day, I decided to make caramel sauce. Mulled Wine Hot Chocolate. I just can’t wrap my head around the fact that Christmas is on Sunday already.

Mulled Wine Hot Chocolate

You can probably blame it on the whirlwind trip to Malaysia that threw me out of wack and the fact that I barely slept in 4 days (btw thank you all for your votes and to Nuffnang for showing us a good time!). Not that I’m complaining of course but I had the biggest baking bug last week and I was itching to get back into it when I returned. Instead all I wanted to do was just sleep, snuggle with my dog in bed, tuck into the massive Malaysian snack haul that I lugged home and sleep some more. This was the only thing I could muster during my zombie state. Yes ladies and gentlemen, it’s time that we talk about x-mas booze. If Christmas could be pulverised into a beverage and slurped through a straw, it’d be a mulled wine, with its earthy spices, a tinge of citrus and the heat of red wine.

Hot Apple Cider with Rum Recipe : Emeril Lagasse. Mulled Wine « Drinks. Mulled wine is my favorite fall and winter drink.

Mulled Wine « Drinks

It’s hot and sweet and it possesses a very special power – it makes both your limbs and your soul beautifully warm. I got this recipe from my beloved Mom. It’s traditional in our family, it’s simple, it’s fragrant and it’s beyond delicious. If you’ve never tried it before, you definitely need to. It’ll make you happy! Here are the ingredients. Simple, right? These are the ingredients posing again just for you.

A Taste of Koko: Hot chocolate. Uncategorized “There’s nothing better than a good friend, except a good friend with Chocolate” Linda Grayson This is my take on ‘Hot Chocolate’.

A Taste of Koko: Hot chocolate

Instead of the typical cup of steaming hot chocolate, these cups are made 100% out of chocolate. Perfect for a party to entertain your guests. They’ll get a kick out of the velvety smooth mousse and edible cup that holds it. You get a cold creaminess from whipped cream, sweetness and crunch from chocolate cup, and heat from the cayenne pepper. Prepare to have your taste buds dancing to a sweet and spicy tune! I seem to be doing more social media now a days but I still enjoy baking up a storm in the kitchen. Chocolate cups. To make these chocolate cups, melt about 4 ounces to make 3 cups. I suggest using a high quality melting chocolate. Place the chocolate covered balloons on a pan covered with parchment paper. You can either let the balloon sit for 30 minutes or stick them into the fridge to harden up faster. How to Make Boba & Bubble Tea at Home. Previous image Next image Love bubble tea?

How to Make Boba & Bubble Tea at Home

Make it at home! Do you love bubble tea? Personally, I can't walk past a bubble tea shop without suddenly craving one of their sweet ice-cold beverages dotted with chewy boba tapioca pearls. This is a drink that originated in Taiwan in the 1980's and spread throughout Southeast Asia before finding its way to the US. You can find boba at almost any Asian grocery store or online. Boba are at their very chewiest best if used within a few hours of cooking. The sweet and creamy bubble teas you buy in the stores are usually flavored with special powders and sweetened condensed milk. What's your favorite kind of bubble tea?

How to Make Boba and Bubble Tea What You Need Ingredients 1/4 cup dried boba tapioca pearls per serving (NOT quick-cooking boba)1-2 tea bags per serving, any kind1/2 cup water1/2 cup sugarMilk, almond milk, or sweetened condensed milkFruit juice or nectar (optional) Equipment SaucepanBowl for holding the cooked bobaMeasuring cups 1. 2. 3.