October 08, 2011


I found 2 new delicious treats for the cold winter months.

I don't know how they did it, but it really does taste like vanilla and caramel. An off the wall choice for me, but I really love it.

This is sinfully delicious. After reading the packaging (does anyone else do that constantly in the grocery store?) on multiple types, I realized how very little chocolate was in most "hot chocolates." Lots of dried milk and corn syrup. Gross. This one was actually chocolate and other ingredients I could pronounce. And it's beyond yummy. Maybe cause you make it with milk, but still. Oh, my deliciousness.

Random question: Do you sweeten your tea or do you like it straight? I like a hint of sweet. Agave is my favorite.


Allison Drew said...

I've been meaning to look for a hot cocoa that's made out of real things... or figure out how to create one out of real ingredients!

I usually sweeten my green tea with a little honey.

cottage girl said...

My roommate makes the best homemade hot cocoa. It's so much better than the mix stuff. But this Ghirardelli mix is super good and much faster.

I don't really like honey, but I will use it in my tea once in while.

stephanie said...

HONEY FOR ME!!!!!! And I like the chamomile, vanilla, honey blend by celestial seasonings :)

cottage girl said...

I almost tried that type. Glad to hear it's good. I wish I liked honey. I'll still put it in my tea every once in a while, but it's not my favorite. Sad...