With temperatures dipping into single and negative digits, the only reason to leave the couch is to make warm drinks. Here are some ideas to keep you cozy.
Vegan Golden milk, a creamy, lightly sweetened beverage is warming and satisfying, but each sip packs a long list of healthy benefits too.
With a big batch of this aromatic tea concentrate on hand, you’ll be cozily hibernating as long as possible.
Make your own frothy, healthy matcha lattes at home and energize while enjoying the health benefits of organic green tea.
Dark Chocolate Atole is a traditional Mexican drink made from cornmeal. It sounds strange, but it’ll spice up the coldest of days in the coziest way. It’s also a good recipe to keep in mind for Valentine’s Day.
The core of this peppermint hot chocolate recipe is a high-quality, dark chocolate like Chocolove’sPeppermint flavored bar. Using a whole chocolate bar makes for a very indulgent cup o’ hot cocoa. Plus, each Chocolove bar includes a love poem on the inside of the wrapper, so you can easily turn a cozy peppermint hot chocolate into a romantic order for two!
…. because pumpkin shouldn’t be limited to the fall.
So when the internet started talking about adding dollops of butter and coconut oil to morning brews, I crossed my arms in staunch protest. The idea of oil pooling on the surface of my coffee, my carefully brewed Chemex coffee, did not appeal to me in the least. I ignored the hype, but hype is persistent, and it found me.
That’s it on the warm drinks front, friends. I hope you stay warm and cozy!