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Masala Chai by NoraHelsinki, FI
This spicy Chai drink is almost every day visitor in my home, I know there’s recipes with more spices in it, but we are making this basic yet crazy delicious version.
I urge you to try it out, It will blow your mind with its aroma and taste!
I’m submitting it for theme “Spice it up”
Spice it up - this spicy, hot fruit drink is my go to whenever a sore throat is approaching. It is very spicy, but delicious and feels like a comfy scarf from the inside. It calms the pain in my throat and makes me very warm. Perfect to snuggle on the couch and recover.
Pumpkin Spice Lattes, warm lemon tea, fairytale pumpkins and (though not edible) horse chestnuts are some of my favorite signs of fall. Here I combined watercolor illustrations and shared them on TDAC for the FEAST collection.
Four of my autumn seasonal favorites, all lined up. Only three of four are edible! Pumpkin spice lattes, a whole pumpkin, and yummy lemon tea. The fourth, horse chestnuts, are not! They are pretty and a true sign of fall. Sometimes they get mistaken for edible chestnuts, though, which are delicious when roasted. Make sure you select carefully!
I just love the warm inviting smells of apple, orange, cinnamon and clove that fill the house! When making this delicious drink! Not to mention the cozy warming taste!
We love making this traditional English drink every year for Samhain and Yule.
I learned of granizados when I lived in Spain. They are water-based, dairy-free frozen treats with a slush like texture. One of the most traditional granizados is lemon flavored, but when it is hot, a granizado de café is a wonderful way to get your coffein hit and a cool treat at the same time. Classically the liquid is put in the freezer and has to be scraped every thirty minutes. This makes it quite time consuming. But if you own a blender or smoothie maker you can side track this easily and have a treat whenever you like it with minimal prep time!
This year the mint in my herb garden grew like crazy, it was a very hot summer and we had bought a new hammock. So I thought: „Why not combine all three?“ In the end I did research how to make a decent Mojito and was delighted to find out, that it is not that hard to make. So we enjoyed quite a few Mojitos in and out of the hammock this summer. If you want to enjoy one for yourself, here is the recipe we use. Have fun!