True story, before Starbuck’s Apple Crisp Macchiato came out, I was already working on a drink that would mimic the flavors of my all-time favorite dessert, Apple Pie à la Mode! I was looking for that quintessential spicy apple flavor with just a bit of tartness, mellowed out with a sweet, rich cream; and by George, I think I’ve got it!
Buttery and sweet, with a kick of cinnamon, this recipe takes all of the highlights of an autumn Snickerdoodle Cookie and transforms them into one of my favorite seasonal drinks to make! It’s the perfect taste of childhood nostalgia to fit in with the burning colors of the leaves outside and cozy afternoons spent with family by the fireplace.
Hearty, delicious, and easy to make, this twist on a Sunday dinner favorite is one of our family’s staple recipes in our weekly rotation. I love that I can throw my ingredients into a slow cooker and get on with my day– only to return to a pot of steaming, delicious and oh-so-tender stew that warms and nourishes with a little extra fiesta-flavored pizazz.
Lovingly called the “Chumpkin Latte”
(I can’t help but laugh every time I call it that), this drink is a combination of a chai tea latte and pumpkin spice latte. It’s easily the simplest recipe I know, having only two ingredients! Well, more like four if you count your choice of coffee and creamer