London Fog

"Great decaffeinated, non fat, no sugar way to warm up! You'll need a frother."
 
London Fog created by Tulip-Fairy
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  • Boil water and steep tea bag for approximately 4 minutes.
  • While steeping, froth your milk.
  • Add stevia and vanilla. Stir.
  • Ladle milk on top.
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  1. UmmBinat
    I was going to rate this 4 stars until I added about triple the amount of milk to mine, I used plain rice milk to be dairy free. I sweetened with white sugar and used vanilla paste. DD (toddler) loved this with additional plain rice milk to cool it down.
     
  2. kelly in TO
    Thank you for posting this! I get these all the time from a coffee shop up the street from work, they are wonderful. (I also switched the stevia for splenda and threw a pinch of cinnamon on top)
     
  3. kelly in TO
    Thank you for posting this! I get these all the time from a coffee shop up the street from work, they are wonderful. (I also switched the stevia for splenda and threw a pinch of cinnamon on top)
     
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  5. Tulip-Fairy
    Loved it!! I don't use decaffeinated tea, so used ordinary ones, used splenda and semi skimmed milk. It was delicious. I dont' usually have milk in my drinks but the froth was great as it sat on the top. I will definately be making this again. It's a great alternative to a cappuccino.
     
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