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Warm up with a richer, smoother coffee on that cold day by using all milk instead of water. I got this idea from a plumber who helped us with our drains.
 
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Step 1: Fill your cup with milk

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Get out your favorite coffee cup and fill it up with milk instead of water.

Step 2: Heat in Microwave

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Place the cup of milk in the microwave for about 1 minute 45 sec. Make it good and hot!

Step 3: Add the instant coffee

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Put in a good heaping teaspoon of your favorite instant coffee.

Step 4: Add sugar

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Add a good heaping teaspoon of sugar. You can substitute brown sugar for a heartier taste.

Step 5: Add cinnamon

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Add a sprinkle of cinnamon for that extra touch of taste. Or top with marshmallows, whipped cream. Its a good hearty drink supplying energy for challenging that cold day outside.
saleel.potnis2 months ago

In India, this type of milk coffee is very, very common. Instead of cinnamon, nutmeg powder can also be used.

botronics (author) 4 years ago
Try it with a teaspoon of molasses added. Tastes great!
foghat6 years ago
i use grounds and strain em out for a more natural flavor thanks great instructable
AndyGadget6 years ago
I like a mug of hot chocolate made with milk with a teaspoon of instant coffee stirred in on a cold day, and by an amazing coincidence, had just finished one a couple of seconds before clicking on this Instructable.
In the US Navy, we called that Hobo Mocha.
botronics (author)  AndyGadget6 years ago
When I was making this instructable, I needed to make another cup for the cover photo because I drank up the first one!
JakeTobak6 years ago
Bah, you know nothing about coffee milk!
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coffee_milk
Used to drink that stuff every day with my lunch in elementary school.
botronics (author)  JakeTobak6 years ago
Interesting, something I never knew. Amazon.com has the syrup.