I imagine most of us haven’t adjusted to the cold weather by now. I know I sure haven’t. As a source of solace, a way to console my loved ones, and a caring way to entertain guests, I always turn to hot chocolate. When my Miami-loving sister came to visit on one of our colder New York fall days, I made her a super decadent treat.
I’m sharing my white hot chocolate recipe over at From Gardners 2 Bergers, where I contribute posts monthly. You’ll want to check it out for a few reasons. First, it tastes just like Starbuck’s version. Second, I made my own whipped cream and I share the recipe. and Last, I also show you how to make chocolate shavings, in case you didn’t know how.
I hope you enjoy!
Exciting news! I’m now a regular guest blogger over at From Gardners 2 Bergers. I’m thrilled to have this opportunity and Becca has been very sweet and wonderful to work with. I’ll be posting monthly recipes or DIYs. Becca’s blog is full of fun crafts and DIYs, so go check it out.
My first post is up on her blog now and you’ll love it! I shared my homemade frappuccino recipe, and it’s just like the real thing.
If you saw my post at FG2B and are coming to my blog for the first time, welcome! Please have a look around.
I’ll be back from my summer break starting next week. I have some great recipes and DIYs to share, including my home decor DIYs from the new apartment. Have a great weekend everyone!
Yes, I could justify the price of this purchase..uh, somehow.
The design! The bubble-shape of the glass! Oh, and the wooden lid!
I don’t think I’ve ever been more in love with a drink dispenser. You?
[via design for mankind & the kitchn]
Have you ever had aloe juice?
I originally bought for my mother, who has Crohn’s Disease. I got it from health food store. The clerk suggested it as an anti-inflammatory. Just recently I picked some up when I started having back pain.
There’s a lot of stuff on the internet about the health benefits of this juice. I’m a skeptic. But it is rather tasty, and I wanted to share that. I picked up that big gallon at Publix the other day for $6. That’s sort of pricy. There are ways to make your own. However, I’d need a much desired aloe plant.