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Default Hot Milk and Honey drink

https://www.allrecipes.com/recipe/15...ghttime-drink/

I'm not a milk drinker, but I had most of a quart of whole milk left over from a recipe and heaven forbid I throw any food away.

I also wanted to use my Manuka honey (received as a Christmas gift and is supposed to be very healthy), so I Googled "milk and honey recipe" and found this. https://www.allrecipes.com/recipe/15...ghttime-drink/

Had it last night and it's spectacular! It foamed after just 2 minutes in the microwave - delicious! I do believe it's going to make a winter milk drinker out of me!

Lee

Dreamy Nighttime Drink

1 cup milk
1 teas honey
couple drops vanilla
sprinkle of cinnamon

Place milk in a microwaveable mug and heat for 2-3 minutes, until it foams. Stir in honey and vanilla. Sprinkle with cinnamon. Enjoy!
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