Cinnamon Glow Winter Warmer #Silkology

When I entertain around holiday time I like to serve a little bit for everyone.  I love the traditional recipes for our favorite food and drinks but I will also stick in something new, just to keep things exciting.  If I am creating a dining experience I want my guests to remember, then I can’t forget to offer a beverage that compliments the meal!

Sure, I like to make the usual seasonal cocktails for the adults, but what about the kids? Sometimes they like to have a festive beverage, a pint-sized version just for them. To simplify things I make this hot drink.  I have a carafe for the adults and one for the kids as well.  This lightly spiced creamy drink is made healthier with the addition of Silk Soymilk instead of whole milk.  With a dash of cinnamon and Angostura bitters* this winter warmer will bring a rosy glow to your cheeks!

*Adds a trivial amount of alcohol

Cinnamon Glow
  • Non-Alcoholic
  • 4 oz Silk Original soy, almond or coconut milk
  • Pinch of cardamom
  • Pinch of ginger or ¼ tsp freshly grated ginger
  • 2 dashes Angostura bitters*
  • Cinnamon sugar for garnish
  • Adult Version
  • 4 oz Silk Original soy, almond or coconut milk
  • 1 oz herbal liqueur such as Jägermeister
  • ¼ oz bourbon
  • 2 tsp agave
  • Cinnamon sugar for garnish
  1. Place all ingredients except garnish in a saucepan and heat just until warm.
  2. Strain (if using fresh ginger) into a mug and garnish with cinnamon sugar.

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What is Silkology ?

Fresh, innovative cocktails and beverages combining the art of mixology with the delicious
flavors of Silk.® A perfect solution for holiday entertaining.

A craft beverage trend focusing on unexpected taste combinations and emphasizing local
and seasonal sourcing. Fruits, veggies and herbs, unique garnishes and creative serving
ideas all play a part. A Silkologist blends culinary ingredients with Silk to create enticing new
beverages the same way a chef concocts a new dish.

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