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Candy Cane Lane Cold Brew

Here’s a quick little cocktail you can whip up this Christmas to keep the party going.  It’s festive, easy, and delicious!

Dusty Plains cold brew coffee pairs perfectly with chocolate milk, whipped cream, and a candy cane in less time than it takes to sing “Jingle Bells.”

This post is sponsored by Dusty Plains Coffee Co.   All thoughts and opinions are my own.

Cold brew coffee combines with candy canes, chocolate milk and whipped cream for a festive Christmas drink you're sure to love this holiday season. This version is non-alcoholic, but you could add a splash of rum or Baileys if you want.

 

Candy Cane Lane Cold Brew

2 mins
Serves 1
Ingredients:
2 parts cold brew coffee,
1 part chocolate milk,
2 candy canes,
whipped cream.

Pour two parts Dusty Plains cold brew coffee and and 1 part chocolate milk into a glass.  Put one candy can in the glass and top with whipped cream.  Crush the other candy can and sprinkle some over the whipped cream.

Let the Candy cane dissolve a little for optimal minty flavour!

Optional: Add a splash of rum or Baileys.

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Cold brew coffee combines with candy canes, chocolate milk and whipped cream for a festive Christmas drink you're sure to love this holiday season. This version is non-alcoholic, but you could add a splash of rum or Baileys if you want.

Order online to get your hands on a bottle of Dusty Plains Cold Brew.

If you’re local to Saskatoon, you can get your bottle at any one of these locations:

Joyne Marketplace – 101-733 Broadway Ave Saskatoon SK
Saskatchewan Made Marketplace – 1621 8th St E Saskatoon SK
The Local Kitchen – 115-123 Ave B S Saskatoon SK
Lucky Bastard Distillery 814 47th St E Saskatoon SK
Simply Grounded Coffee Gallery – Delsile Saskatchewan

Not sure how to use your cold brew?  Start with the perfect iced coffee, then try these chia seed puddings or festive cheesecake.

Kristen Raney

Kristen Raney

Kristen is a former farm kid turned urban gardener who owns the popular gardening website, Shifting Roots.  She is obsessed with growing flowers and pushing the limits of what can be grown in her zone 3b garden.  She also loves to grow tomatoes, but oddly enough, dislikes eating them raw.

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