Puerto Rican Coconut Coffee: Nothing Like the Holidays
Why I Love This Recipe
One of Humboldt Park’s cherished traditions is Parranda, a traditional Puerto
Rican Christmas carolers celebration. It starts off with one family going to another house to carol outside. The residents invite them inside and the Christmas caroling continues. They serve you drinks and food and once you’re done, both families go on from there. Then you go to somebody else’s house and you repeat the same thing there at that house and that family goes with you. It’s a gift to the family, so you actually go to their house, and you ring their doorbell and when they open their doors, there’s music and it turns into a party, but the party just doesn’t end there. The party goes from there to the next person’s house, to the next person’s house, to the next person’s house. And it becomes one huge, community celebration that goes through the night. Try this recipe for hot coconut coffee to warm you up as you carol through the streets this holiday season.
Ingredients You'll Need
Hot black Puerto Rican coffee.
One or two spoons of Coconut Milk per cup
One or two spoons of cream or milk per cup
Mix and serve hot and enjoy.