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Coffee Tea,Cocktail,Tea Milk

Iced Coffee - This recipe gives iced coffee a whole new meaning. Rather than throwning some ice cubes in your coffee that will ultimately water it down why not pour yourself a glass of almond milk or whichever type of milk you prefer and add some pre-made frozen coffee ice cubes into the mix. Worth a try? I think so!

[ DIY: Chai Tea Recipe ] made with: water, cardamom pods, cinnamon powder, star anise, fennel seed, nutmeg, ginger, cloves, peppercorns, milk, assam tea and sweetener of choice. ~ from Monterey Bay Spice Company

Pink Velvet Hot Chocolate

A fun twist on traditional hot chocolate, pink velvet hot chocolate makes the perfect treat for Valentine's Day or any chilly winter night.

Toasted Marshmallow Creamer For Your Coffee (DF friendly Coffee Creamer)

Homemade Toasted Marshmallow Creamer - A delicious, flavorful and EASY Toasted Marshmallow Coffee Creamer to flavor your morning coffees or even make cocktails! Makes an excellent gift to the coffee lover in your family! Plus it's Dairy Free Friendly too. Get the recipe from The Flavor Bender

Creamy Italian Hot Chocolate Mix

This Italian hot chocolate mix is extra thick, creamy and SO delicious! Make a big batch and wrap it in jars to give as gifts to friends and family! via /easyasapplepie/

Raspberry White Hot Chocolate

Raspberry White Hot Chocolate - a fun (pink!) twist on the usual hot chocolate! | From #mike1242

Coconut Milk Hot Chocolate

Coconut Milk Hot Chocolate by shewearsmanyhats: Coconut milk is lower in fat and calories than regular milk, but tastes luscious in hot cocoa. You can serve this over ice or make a frozen hot chocolate when it's warm out. #Hot_Chocolate #Coconut_Milk #Lighter

Swap Your Hot Chocolate for This Healthy, Warm Treat

This is delicious!!! 1 cup milk, 1/2 tsp turmeric, 1/2 tsp ground ginger, 1/4 tsp vanilla extract, honey or maple syrup to taste. Heat up and drink!

It was in college that I discovered my love for coffee shops. Whether it was meeting a friend to talk, taking some time to myself to read (or to actually study), I loved heading to one of the many fun and unique coffee shops that filled the college town I lived in. I still love treating myself to a fancy latte at the coffee shop. But, it’s a rare treat because I have a hard time paying the $4.00 or {Read More}