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With so many desserts, side dishes, and entree recipes available I thought I’d pay homage to some holiday beverages.
This cranberry tea is absolutely amazing. The original author suggests using cinnamon candy from the Hallmark store and I gotta tell ya, this was a wise move. If you are serving this tea to friends and family you want it to look good. Using the hallmark cinnamon candy leaves the tea transparent while other candies make it cloudy. There are no clouds in our coffee….er…tea.
This is a soothing, warm, mug of awesomeness. I almost wish that I had a fireplace to sit in front of while sipping on this lovely cranberry tea. And guess what?
If you don’t like tea don’t worry as this drink doesn’t contain any. it is made up of all juice. We just like to call it tea 🙂 Another great thing about this hot beverage is how easy it is to make. I was amazed by how few steps it takes to get this from pan to mug. Enjoy!
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Quick Tip: I like to add a dollop of whipped cream to the top of this drink. It’s yummy!