Recipe source: Bon Appetit (October 2006)
This girl from Iceland asks "How do those Canadians stay warm?" Well, here's a little insight from the Manitoba Liquor Control Commission (Somehow I found that to be a little bit of a contradiction, but what do I know?). Enjoy!
I hope you're ready for a Taste Of Home recipe invasion because I have 6 new TOH recipes lined up & ready to share. This is the 1st, TOH credited Jill Rodriguez of Gonzales, Louisiana & it features 2 of my favorite food groups (Chocolate & Coffee). Diabetic Exchanges = 1/2 starch & 1/2 milk. ENJOY!
An old-fashioned mulled cider that you can add the optional rum to make it more warming to the tummy and soul.
Rich hot chocolate served in espresso cups. Recipe source: Bon Appetit (May 2004)
Recipe source: Cooking Light (November 2003)
Recipe source: Bon Appetit (February 2010)
From Australian B.H. & G. Diabetic Living.
A yummy hot chocolate recipe that I found on Very Best Baking's website.
An easy recipe for a delicious hot apple cider.
Recipe source: Bon Appetit (December 1987)
A nice Fall drink.
A warming fall/winter drink that is ready and waiting when you come in from raking leaves or shopping. (can also be made on the stove in a large, non-reactive pot, simmering for a couple of hours)
This is lovely as an after dinner drink, or on cold winter mornings.
Popular throughout Austria, this flavorful coffee is named for beloved Austrian empress Maria Theresa. From Viking River Cruises.
Tea to most Indians is like coffee is to the Western world even though coffee is more famous in Southern India. This recipe is a simple cardamom studded "chai" that is a daily affair in India.
Homemade pumpkin lattes either spirited with hazelnut or amaretto liqueur which is optional! This easy pumpkin recipe may become your go-to in the morning.
Lately I've shared several Taste of Home beverage recipes that have had major coffee appeal or used my much-loved crock pot. Now TOH has made me want hot cocoa again w/this show-stopping "beverage beauty" that literally had me drooling. This recipe was originally published as "Butterscotch Hot Cocoa" in Taste of Home's Holiday & Celebrations Cookbook Annual of 2010 on Pg 21. Enjoy!
From "The World Encyclopedia of Coffee" -- A variation of a very old French recipe. Enjoy!
From Australian BH&G Diabetic Living issue 12 2007.
A raspberry flavored coffee. I use a French press but any brewed coffee would work. To make this diabetic friendly, use sugar-free coca mix and sugar-free raspberry syrup.
The chicory coffee sets this apart from the usual cafe au lait/latte. You can buy it in larger supermarkets in cans (ground). Brew your favorite way. Prep time does not include brewing time. Add your favorite sweetener, if desired. Chicory can seem bitter if you are not used to it, but if you like dark roast coffee, you should like this.
I love this hot or over ice. You could try this with a hot cocoa packet or cocoa powder and more sweetener too. For Christmas time you could put a candy cane as a stirring stick or crushed peppermint candies over the whipped cream.
Another Austrian brew which is said to date back to empress Maria Theresia.
From Moonbeans in BC