Cool weather means warm drinks. Literally – if you look “cool weather” up in the dictionary (because they’re putting phrases in there now), it says:
cool weath·er [kool weth-er] noun
1. warm drinks
Okay, that was a lie. Obviously though, we all drink more hot drinks when the weather is cool than any other time (except coffee, there is always coffee – anytime of year). I’ve been drinking hot chocolate like a crazy person the past couple of days because I’m not ready to turn my heat on quite yet but it’s been getting pretty chilly at night.
Here are a few recipes I want to try to change it up:
Salt – yes. Caramel – yes. Hot – yes. Chocolate – ummmmm…maybeeeee – okay YES.
The fact that “milk” is one of the title words freaks me out a little (was never a milk drinker) but this seems light and fresh.
Purely because I’ve been reading the Harry Potter books – and I legit want to try this.
Dr. Pepper and me? We’re like this. (You can’t tell but I’m crossing my fingers right now, pretending they are hugging). How have I never tried it hot? This one is a must for me this year.
What is your favorite Fall drink?