I really like the Himalayan Frappe at McCafé. The Thai tea flavour is deep and powerful, the milk is thick and the mix is heavenly. This might be the one drink I order at McDonald’s these days. It just isn’t low cost although – a cup of blended frappe for greater than six dollars means burning an enormous gap in a pocket. I want I might have this drink proper at residence – each. single. day.
I had this drink particularly incessantly once I was pregnant with the baby. Perhaps that’s the reason he’s so hyperactive these days – he had a sugar overdose whereas he was trapped in my womb. He likes to throw our issues into the bathroom bowl and run out of the bathroom laughing away. Nowadays, the little satan dashes out of the home when the door is opened for him, as if that’s the one alternative for him to flee from our iron fists. He presses each change and button he might discover inside his radar whereas no one is wanting after which walks away, coyly pretending that nothing has occurred. He picks up my footwear on the doorstep of the varsity, throws them away from me and makes me stroll for at the very least 100 meters with my naked ft. He throws his toy balls into my washbasin for no good cause after which dashes off shrieking with pleasure.
And that’s not all.
He’s a naughty little satan by nature. But I’m positive he beloved the Thai tea frappe too, simply that he didn’t have a option to categorical his liking but. Perhaps I might deliver him to McCafé now and again subsequent time to let each of us indulge on this pretty drink. If not, we might share a cuppa proper at residence too, with this easy recipe under.
- Red Thai tea leaves: 6 tsp
- Hot water: 2 cups
- Sugar: eight tsp
- Milk: 1 cup
- Ice: 14 items
- Vanilla ice-cream: four scoops
- Place tea leaves in a material sachet. Steep in scorching water for 5min until pink and aromatic.
- Stir in sugar to dissolve. Leave to chill for 15min.
- Pour tea inside blender. Add milk, ice and a couple of scoops of ice-cream into blender.
- Process until clean. Serve with 1 scoop of ice-cream per glass and a touch of cinnamon powder on prime.
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