Hot and Spicy Chocolate Tea

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Serves: 2
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1 c milk (1%, low fat or regular)
1 c water
2 regular or decaf single serving tea bags
1 Tbsp sugar or to taste
1/8 tsp each: cinnamon, nutmeg, and ginger
1 tsp chocolate syrup (see option below if using baking chocolate powder)

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Stormy Stewart Recipe
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Mio, MI (pop. 12,477)
Member Since Mar 2011
Stormy's notes for this recipe:
I found this one on the box of Lipton tea. It was just so unique that I just had to try it. Wow! was I glad I did.

It is almost Chai-like in it's taste, warming, with a bit of Christmasy overlay. We both loved it and will be having it often.
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Bring milk and water just to a boil in a sauce pan. remove from heat add tea bags and steep 5 minutes, remove tea bags and add remaining ingredients, stir and serve.
Option with baking chocolate powder instead of chocolate syrup

Put 3/4 tsp baking chocolate powder with the sugar, spices and two tablespoons water in a microwave safe bowl and mic for 30 seconds. add to recipe after taking out the tea bags
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user Leila Rockwell leilaroc - Sep 30, 2012
This does sound great and will try it.
user Stormy Stewart karlyn255 - Oct 1, 2012
It really was. I made some more today.
user virginia parrish virginiaann - Oct 1, 2012
Stormy I was in the middle of makinf this when I realized theres no chocolate.
user Stormy Stewart karlyn255 - Oct 1, 2012
OMG! sorry it is 1 tsp chocolate syrup or do as I did I took 3/4 tsp baking chocolate and put it in 2 tablespoon's water and added the spices and sugar and miced it for 30 seconds that way the sugar was melted and the chocolate was liquid

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