Sometimes I am given to exaggeration here, waxing rhapsodic over the wonderfulness of a recipe. Here I am actually understating how truly amazing this hot chocolate is. I found the recipe in an old Eagle Brand sweetened condensed milk brochure, and when it's cold outside and there are lot of people who need warming up, this is truly the hot chocolate to make!
For Comfort Cafe 2009 I was thouroughly enjoying all the wonderful coffee brews by my fellow Zaarites. So in honor of them here is a simple yet delicious cup of java! Please feel free to add in any accoutrements you would like. I like cream and a tinge of sweetner in my cafe.
No cooking time as the coffee is already done or made instant.
From a Maxwell House pamphlet. This is so scrumptious. My coffee pot does not have a decanter/glass pot so I make this a bit different than how they stated. I've included both ways in case your coffee pot has an internal system instead of using a decanter.
An easy flavored coffee just as tasty as the expensive stuff from the coffee shop. Quantities are a little vague because I'm not sure how my favorite, huge mug scales down to smaller cups -- use your sense of smell to find proportions that are flavorful, but not too candy-sticky because this is coffee to go with dessert rather than to substitute for the dessert. :) Since I like flavored coffees in the evening I usually use decaf -- brewed strong. Most of the prep time is brewing the coffee.
While making my husband's morning Nescafe, I decided I wanted a cold coffee drink and started mixing things together. The result tasted much like one of those bottles of Starbucks they sell at gas stations and Wal-Mart.
I thought this is so good. When I made this I used a sugar free Andes mint candy and no sugar added hot cocoa mix. I didn't use mint candy or whipped cream and this was still so good. I got this recipe from Woman's World magazine.