Prep 1 min
Cook 5 mins
As I can't have neither dairy nor soy and rice milk cannot be steamed, I thought of another way to get a creamy "cappuccino". If you have fresh organic eggs which are safe to eat raw or warmed, make this as suggested. If not, just use steamed milk or soymilk on top of your coffee! But I found this to be a great protein post work out snack.
- Brew coffe as you're used to. It should be really steaming hot. Stir in molasses.
- Place egg, rice milk and pumpkin pie spice in a blender and blend until foamy.
- Slow speed down and slowly drizzle in the steaming hot, sweetened coffe.
- As soon as all coffee is incorporated in the egg mixture, give it another whirl at high speed.
- Serve immediately.
- If made with steamed milk, stir half of the spice and molasses into the coffee and heat the other half of the spice with the milk. Steam milk and top coffee with steamed spiced milk.
I used an egg from the weekly dozen we receive from a local farm. I whisked together coconut milk, egg and spices-gently warming the mixture on the stove top. Added the molasses then brewed two servings of coffee and divided the egg mixture. A dollop of whipped coconut cream was the icing on the cake, so to speak. Coffee eggnog! Yum! Made for Beverage Tag.
This was a lovely coffee Mia. I enjoyed the flavor of the molasses and the spices in the coffee. So good. I went with the steamed milk option it the icing on the cake, so thick and yummy. I garnished this tasty coffee with a sprinkling of spiced cinnamon sugar. Thanks for sharing your recipe Made for Beverage Anyone? Tag Game
I was surprised by how frothy and filling this was; it stayed with me not only through my work out but most of the morning. The molasses really brings it to this tasty coffee. The only change I made was to use almond milk instead of rice milk. I think I would like to try making this using ginger bread spice. Thanks for the post.