Total Time
Prep 5 mins
Cook 5 mins

From Silk Soymilk, posted here for safe-keeping because I don't keep the cartons around after the soymilk's been drunk. Really good for a dessert drink after a Mexican feast or something a little less traditional to warm you up on a cold day! Want to make it cocktail party edition? Add a little creme de cacao, Baileys, and rum!


  1. Whisk the ingredients together and heat gently. Garnish with a cinnamon stick.


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This is quite yummy, and a great change of pace from my usual "latte o'clock" treat :). I did incorporate a bit of coffee for an afternoon pick-me-up, using half strong coffee and half (cow's) milk. I really enjoyed the cinnamon and vanilla, and the warmth of the cayenne is nice...just be careful that your pinch isn't too large. Mine was a bit large and the pepper got a little strong toward the bottom of the cup LOL. Anyhow, thanks for posting a new idea for my afternoon latte! Made for our VIP Chef, Veg*n Swap 17.

smellyvegetarian December 27, 2009

Absolutely delicious - a HUGE thanks for this recipe 80's rule, as my mum ONLY drinks soya milk, and she is here for the Christmas holidays with us in France! I have made this on FOUR evenings for her now, and she is a bit of an addict!! I have not managed to take any photos yet - but will take some after the Christmas mayhem as died down a little.......I want to try this recipe too! Made for the special Guest host of the Veggie Swap in December, I have saved a few more f your recipes to try out in the New Year too! Merci! FT:-)

French Tart December 26, 2009

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