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Fall is here and with it, hopefully some milder weather. For those cool fall evenings, try whipping up a spiced hot chocolate or a caramel latte. T e latte is best made with espresso and frothed milk, but can be made with strong coff ee if no espresso is available. Recipes for homemade vanilla syrup and caramel sauce, used in the drink, are available in Oklahoma Living’s digital edition. For tea drinkers and cider lovers alike, visit Oklahoma Living’s digi- tal edition for an apple cider tea recipe. Along with a warm drink, bake a batch of crisp, chocolate biscotti—perfect for dunking.


- Laura Araujo


Caramel Latte Serves 1


✓ 1 or 2 shots of espres- so or strong coffee


✓ 2 T vanilla syrup (see recipe in digital edition)


Caramel Latte


✓ ½ cup heated, frothed milk


✓ Whipped cream ✓ Caramel sauce (see recipe in digital edition)


Combine the espresso, vanilla syrup and frothed milk in a mug. Top with whipped cream and drizzle with caramel sauce.


Spiced Hot Chocolate Serves 1


✓ 1 cup milk ✓ 1 T cocoa powder ✓ 1½ T sugar ✓ 1/8 t vanilla ✓ cinnamon ✓ cayenne pepper (op- tional)


In a small saucepan whisk together the milk, cocoa powder and sugar. Heat over medium until the milk is warm and the sugar is dissolved. Remove from the heat and stir in the vanilla, a pinch of cin- namon and a smidgen of cayenne pepper, if desired.


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