- 3/4 cup nonfat milk
- 3/4 cup strong coffee
- 1/2 cup Kahlua, or Frangelico
- 3 cups ice
- 4 teaspoons sugar
- Shaved chocolate, for garnish
Combine milk and coffee in a blender. Add Kahlua (or Frangelico), ice and sugar. Puree until frothy. Divide among 4 glasses and garnish with shaved chocolate. Non-alcoholic variation: Omit the alcohol and add 1/4 teaspoon almond extract.
I must apologize!!! It really is Monday!!!! I came home from work thinking it was Friday…you see it was the first day back to work and yet the last day for the holidays, I became confused and posted the following :
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Well I just realized that it is Friday, and had posted a vegan cookie recipe for Meatless Monday, thinking it was Monday of course, and well it turns out it is Friday and I should have posted something a little less wholesome than a vegan cookie recipe…just lost track of the days this week. 😀
I will blame the Cuppa Good Cheer I had last night,
How could I resist?
What’s in a Cuppa Good Cheer you ask?
- 1.5 oz. SKYY Infusions Cherry
- 0.5 oz. White Creme de Cacao
- 4 oz. Hot Cocoa
- 1 oz. Half ‘n Half
- Whipped Cream
- Maraschino Cherry
How do you mix it all together?
Combine all ingredients into a holiday mug and top with whipped cream, red sprinkles and a Maraschino Cherry.
Whether you anticipate a White Christmas or a California Endless Summer, we all snuggle up with loved ones and a cup of warm hot cocoa at least once during the holiday season. Thick, frothy and decadent, a Cuppa Good Cheer featuring SKYY Infusions Cherry is a mature version of a holiday favorite and certain to keep spirits bright.
My friend Ms. Paula 🙂 told me about a yummy drink recipe for Hot Chocolate.
Ms. Paula was at the McDonalds Drive-thru ordering a Mocha, she started a conversation with Ms. Drive-thru about hot chocolate, mochas, cappuccino. Ms Paula can start up a conversation with anyone anywhere 🙂
Ms Drive-Thru told her she adds a peppermint tea bag to her Hot Chocolate!!! Presto chango you’ve got Mint chocolate hot chocolate Who’d a thunk it? Can’t wait to try it.
I usually put a candy cane or cayenne pepper in mine.
Other yummy things to add to hot chocolate :
Vodka, Amarula, Whiskey, Fireball Whiskey are nice addition too for a little extra warm up.