Ingredients10 m servings 201
- Combine milk, sugar, and ground ginger in a saucepan; cook over medium heat until milk becomes foamy, about 5 minutes. Remove from heat; strain through a fine-mesh strainer into a mug.
Per Serving: 201 calories; 8 24.8 8 24 98 Full nutrition
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I've made this at times that I've run out of ginger. And It's a great recipe if you want something cheap, easy, and quick! But I prefer using fresh ginger root. All you really have to do is boil...
Delicious! For cow's milk, this only needed 1.5 minutes over medium heat. For a kidney friendly drink, I used rice milk and that only needed about 1 minute over medium heat. This helps in reduci...
When I saw this recipe I knew exactly what it would taste like. Why have I not thought of this already? I used the processed refrigerated ginger that comes in a tube. In a few months, when winte...
I used fresh ground ginger root but I substituted the sugar with turbinado sugar. Also I didn’t use a strainer Because I wanted as much benefit from the root as possible. Very delicious I loved...
I added a teaspoon of cinnamon powder to it. And it tastes heavenly!!!!!
I heated the milk and ginger, but omitted the sugar. Since milk has natural sugar called lactose, it doesn’t need more. It is delicious, and it helps me fall asleep.