The holidays are upon us and I’m so excited to share with you this festive cocktail: Spiced Nog Coffee!
Today’s recipe is sponsored by Silk. All opinions shared are my own.
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Silk’s holiday “egg”nogs are dairy and lactose-free with each serving 80 calories or less! I’m not lactose-intolerant (hence, the whipped cream on top of this cocktail), but I use Silk products because they taste good! If you’re lactose-intolerant, just skip the whipped cream.
The holidays are a pretty big deal with my family. On Christmas Eve night, Mama always bakes a HUGE rib roast and there is enough food to feed an army. Anyone and everyone is invited and we always have a blast. I’ve always been in charge of COCKTAILS, of course! Come to think of it, I started making cocktails at our oyster roasts for everyone way back in the day. Little did I know back then that I’d have my very own blog to share my recipes one day! Wait… blogs weren’t around back then (gosh that makes me feel old) so I wouldn’t have thought of it anyway. 🙂
To make things even more interesting, I drizzled some chocolate syrup on top. Lord have mercy, it was all I could do to photograph this without downing it. For real. Even my dog, Baby, was trying to sniff at it while I was photographing. 🙂
Your simple ingredients are: Silk’s Original Soy Nog, spiced rum and coffee (with the optional whipped cream and chocolate syrup). You can even used iced or cold coffee if you want. Silk also carries a Pumpkin Spice Almond Nog and an Original Almond Nog that would be awesome, too!
What are your treasured holiday traditions? Visit Silk.com/holidays for more inspiration and recipe ideas, and be sure to follow Silk on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest. Cheers to a happy and healthy holiday season!
- 1 cup coffee
- ½ cup Silk Original Soy Nog
- ⅛ cup spiced rum
- Optional: Whipped cream and/or chocolate syrup for topping
- Pour coffee, nog and rum in to a coffee mug. Stir well to combine. Top with whipped cream and chocolate syrup, if desired.
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Silk . The opinions and text are all mine.