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Twinkling lights and Santa with reindeer and as Jemma says, “Oh my goodness, a house with lights in my faaaaaavorite colors – purple and gold!” It’s been our norm lately. Evening light tours and lots of excitement from the backseat. I mean, Jemma is a bona fide Princess of Christmas Cheer. Exhibit one. Lights are her jam. Hot cocoa is too, but I convinced her to change things up recently and we’re all happy of that! Gingerbread Steamers are the new “it” thing around here! Because let’s face it, an evening drive in the December chill deserves a warm and cozy beverage. That’s just a Christmas fact.
May I introduce …
Gingerbread Steamer with Silk Cashewmilk
- 8 ounces Silk Cashewmilk
- 1 teaspoon vanilla extract (learn to make your own!)
- 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon
- 1/4 teaspoon ginger
- Optional: whipped cream
In a small saucepan warm cashewmilk, vanilla, cinnamon and ginger. Whisk well to combine. Once thoroughly heated, pour into a glass mug, top with whipped cream (or don’t) sip, sing Christmas carols, and enjoy!
Now, Silk Cashewmilk. I was happily surprised with the creaminess and slightly nutty taste of this alternative milk. It’s non-GMO, has no high fructose syrup, and is free of gluten, soy, casein, peanuts, egg, MSG, artificial colors/flavors/preservatives. You can find it in the refrigerated milk section near the alternative milks.
Sign up for the Silk newsletter and you’ll receive an instant coupon for Silk products! If you’ve tried Silk Cashewmilk chime in with your thoughts in the comments or over on the Silk Facebook page. I’m truly in love and am so happy to add Cashewmilk to our alternative milk rotation.
And, if you’re interested in in trying out Silk Cashewmilk for FREE – hop over to the Gingerbread Steamer photo on Instagram, follow me and tag a friend. Two winners will be selected on Friday, December 12th and they’ll each receive 2 coupons for a FREE 1/2 gallon of Silk Cashewmilk! YUM!
This conversation is sponsored by Silk. The opinions and text are all mine.