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    Coffee,Chai,Tea & Hot Cocoa

    These recipes were mostly reviewed by Acadia for the Jan. 2009 Comfort Cafe's tag game. However, I have also added recipes that I plan to make and review at an undetermined date,
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    I love this, but you must like the taste of butterscotch.

    Recipe #224736

    I looked through the recipes for Russian Tea already posted, and this one is different. From Cooking Light.

    Recipe #208816

    Recipe #5065

    2 Reviews |  By Mercy

    I drink this tasty yumminess at work in the winter whenever I need a mental and physical pick-me-up. The only difference is that I (have to) use hot water and coffee creamer instead of the milk (for convenience's sake) and I use sugar-free cocoa mix.

    Recipe #108638

    I had this in a local coffee shop and became hooked. However, I couldn't always get there to have some, and it was a bit pricey, so I thought maybe I could duplicate it. This is the result and it's quite good, easy and cheap. I guessed on the size of the tea packets, really...they don't exactly label those! Note, chai teas usually contain a bit of caffeine.

    Recipe #280598

    This is simple but I had to share because it will soon become a "comfort food" for you! This shake tastes like a holiday-- gingerbread and pumpkin pie all in one thick shake!

    Recipe #42796

    Give this a try! All you've got to lose is standing in line and shelling out the bucks for your fave coffee drink! This is from Betty Crocker. Seriously, this is great. Feel free to change the flavors of the non-dairy liquid creamer, and try using nutmeg instead of the cinnamon. Or try both! Get inventive!

    Recipe #213817


    Recipe #177723

    This recipe is from "Any Blonde Can Cook". Excellent beverage.

    Recipe #158384

    This recipe is my fave out of all the mocha coffee drinks I've had! It's actually from this site, but I pumped it up a little with some ice cream, creamer, sugar, and chocolate syrup! :)

    Recipe #320991

    Cooled brewed coffee is combined in the blender with milk, nondairy creamer, caramel topping and ice and blended until smooth.

    Recipe #246985

    1 Reviews |  By KaraRN

    I make these all the time. I have tried this with different flavors of the liquid non-dairy coffee creamer and haven't found a flavor I didn't like so far. Because the fat will add up fast in this because of the amount of creamer, I opt for the fat free kind, and don't really see a big difference in the flavor. Sometimes I also put 1/4 c of the full fat, and 1/4 of the fat free and mix together. It really just depends on what I have on hand. This is easy to change around to your liking.

    Recipe #271366

    From International Delight coffee creamers.

    Recipe #163302

    4 Reviews |  By *Alia*

    This is great for cold evenings, or you can serve it over ice for a cool summer drink.

    Recipe #321580

    I really enjoyed this coffee. After adding the chocolate syrup and milk to the coffee it gets kinda cold for my taste so I microwave it until hot. I also prefer to sprinkle my cinnamon into the coffee then top with whipped cream. I used the store bought prepared canned whipped cream. I think this is very good and so much better then a plain cup of coffee. I got this recipe from a recipe booklet years ago.

    Recipe #212413

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