6 Hot Soothers to raise the roof in Winters

Winter is the time for Comfort, for good food and warmth, for the touch of a friendly hand and for a talk beside the fire; It is the time for home!

-Edith Sitwell

So here we bring to you some amazing hot drinks that are sure to excite you and force you to the kitchen.

  1. Hot Choco Devine
    Hot chocolate is like a warm hug from a best friend perhaps not the most intense, but the most regular and reliable one…
    All you got to do is in a pan add 250 ml of milk, Once it is warm add about  50gms of chopped dark chocolate into it, let it melt then whisk to combine, add a pinch of salt, a tablespoon of sugar and 4-5 drops of vanilla extract. To add some punch and richness stir in 1/2 a teaspoon of coffee powder. Now pour it in a mug grab a corner get going with your favorite book and a mug full of hot chocolate and friend like warmth.

2. Buttery-Booze

Love to drink beer but not the right season to have it, worry no more your beer just got tastier.

In a pan take a pint of beer then add an egg yolk, keep the flame low, then add a tbsp of sugar and dissolve. Add a little nutmeg powder and a big dollop of butter, combine and Serve… Treat yourself with a twist and get high o this Butter Beer

3. Soupy Maggi

No words are enough to express our heartfelt love for the most amazing 2-Mintune noodles.


In a saucepan take some oil, very little ginger garlic paste and add some finely chopped onions into it. Once transparent, pour in about 500 ml of water, bring it to a boil, then add two sachets of Maggie masala mix. Add a little oregano and salt to taste. Break in a pack of Maggie; cook it until the noodles are done.Here you are ready with your steaming hot Soupy Maggie.

4. Lem-O-Cinnamon tea

Freshness on the go….

In a saucepan pour 300 ml of water and 1teaspoon tea leaves bring it to a boil, then lower the flame to start a simmer and dip in a small piece of cinnamon stick. Once all the flavors harmonize, squeeze in half a lemon. Switch off the flame and add a tbsp of honey to your tea. Sieve and Sip in your cup of tea and let your soul enjoy these soothing flavors.

5. Keasarbadam Milk

The very rich and royal Indian delight, a perfect blend of almond’s energy and healthfulness and saffron’s aroma and color our favorite KesarBadam Milk calls for a celebration. Be it summer or winters you may enjoy this rich flavorful drink at any time of the year.

In a saucepan take some pure ghee; add in a fist full of well-crushed almonds. Cook for about 30 seconds then add 500 ml of milk to it. Add about a tbsp of sugar, a pinch of cardamom powder and 5-6 saffron strands.  Bring to a boil then reduce the flame and simmer for about 10-15 min in order to reduce and enrich the drink. When the milk reduces to about 300 ml and a thick froth of Malai is visible, switch off the flame and top with 5-7 finely chopped pistachio.Serve and find yourself getting lost into this flavorsome drink.

6. Tomato ABC Soup

Who says health and taste can’t blend in the same bowl. Mummy’s favorite tomato soup just got its flavors and nutrition amplified….


In a pan add some olive oil then add cubes of carrots and beetroot, cook till tender and then add a cup of tomato puree and two cups of water. Once water starts boiling, lower the flame add in a chopped apple and let it simmer for around 10-12 mins. Puree the mixture strain and serve hot with a sprinkle of chopped parsley and dash of cream. Dive into your bowl full of health and savor along with the crunch of breadsticks.

Now when you know how to conquer your winters stop being lazy, pull up your socks and get me a hot drink !!!!!

I bet these drinks will definitely give you wings to fly out of your blanket.

Happy Winters!!

Happy Drinking!!


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