Recipe by essiemay
"This warm milk flavored with honey, vanilla, and cinnamon will put you right to bed."
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Wonderful nighttime beverage - especially if you are having trouble sleeping! I used skim milk and added a pinch of nutmeg. If I have a little more trouble sleepling I just might add a little shot of bourbon - whatever works!
I just made it. It tastes just like the silk almond vanilla milk I have in my fridge. Its ok
My dad used to make me something just like this he called "Fairy Nectar". Knowing him, he probably added a little dollop of something stronger... Thanks for the cozy recipe!
Quite good :)
UPDATE: I changed my mind: VERY good! The secret is leaving the milk in the microwave for close to 3 minutes.
This is pretty good, I sprinkled nutmeg on mine along with the cinnamon, and also doubled the honey. Thx :)
I have this often in the winter when it's soooo cold out. It's perfect just before going to bed. Try it with almond extract instead of the vanilla. Awesome!
This is a wonderful drink, I have used for this for years on end. It's "Fairy Food" to me, and is great to drink, and very calming. Leaving this for the fairies outdoors brings good things, if you believe :)
This made my insides and my outsides feel much more comfortable. My kids, too. I used NF milk and splenda.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Dreamy Nighttime Drink
Serving Size: 1/1 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 1
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 43
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