If you’re in the mood for a hot drink that doesn’t come from a powder, but don’t want to venture out the door to the barista, it doesn’t take long to make coffee-shop-quality creations at home. If you live in the Niagara area, get your hands on some dark maple syrup for this one–it’ll really up the flavor–and use a bold brew to counteract the sweetness.
1 1/4 cups brewed coffee
3/4 cup creamy unsweetened nondairy milk, such as So Delicious Coconut Milk
1/4 cup pure maple syrup (I like the dark stuff… or amber, at least)
Put the coffee, nondairy milk, maple syrup, and salt in a medium saucepan. Heat until steaming. Serve warm.
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What a great & tasty idea to add maple syrup to your coffee,.’.Yum Yum Yum. 😀😀
Thanks! Love the real, pure maple syrup. No substitutions!
I agree here! 🙂 x
This sounds delicious! I have to give my appreciation for your blog and recipes. I bought two of your books, AFC Bakes Bread and AFC Bakes Cakes and Cookies. I rarely make desserts but with the holidays coming and your posts making my mouth water, I decided to get the cakes and cookies one too. I got the books yesterday and have made the Wholesome Flax Bread and Buckwheat Tortillas. Both are delicious! Can’t wait to try them all. Thank you! I have been vegan for 6 years and gluten free for 2 years. The gluten free is the hardest for me. I appreciate all the work you put into your blog and books!
Thank you SO much, Renee! So much appreciated.
Let me know if you want some recommendations for the holidays, of what you think might go best with your guests.
Try the Apple Cider Buckwheat Bread (from AFCBB)… it’s my favourite sandwich bread! And never hesitate to let me know if you have any questions.
I enjoyed your post on the Thanksgiving recommendations. That was the one that finally decided me to buy your books. : ) I will definitely try the Apple Cider Buckwheat Bread next. Last night I made the chickpea bannocks to go with baked tofu, a veggie noodle soup (rice noodles), and a large salad. Hit the spot!
Oh, YUM, Renee! That is comfort food at its finest!