Golden milk recipe adapted for “little” space
There are few things that are more erotic for me than mouth to nipple. There is something so sublimely seductive and heart-warming about being pulled to a woman’s breast. It is a comforting place, a wonderful place to be. It is special.
Being fed from a bottle has a similarly profound affect, and being cuddled while it happens, being teased while it happens, being teased and cuddled and played with while you suck on a bottle is pretty darn sublime.
I got to thinking in my kinky little mind, about whether I could devise a health and fitness diet that hinged on taking all of my meals from a bottle for a month. I thought about creating recipes, delicious drinks, things that I could drink from a bottle, but that would give me the nutritional elements my body needed.
Exploring infant formula was definitely part of the process, but the dietary needs of an infant are very different than an adult’s, so thought that might be fun for occasional play but not so good for an everyday ritual. I do love the taste of some of the different brands though…especially the oaty and not-so-sweet ones.
One of the online Dommes that I played with last year, the one who imposed my new early bed time, also liked to play around with “baby” games. She enjoyed very much encouraging this aspect of my submissive personality, and had good laughs with me by getting me to go to bed early with a bottle of warm milk.
This is a particularly delicious recipe for golden milk that I find is just perfect for a bottle. Turmeric milk also has wonderful anti-inflammatory properties and the black pepper assists in its absorption, so they must be together. So as you fill your head with bliss and comfort, know too that you are filling your body with goodness.
- 1 quart of coconut milk
- 2 teaspoons of turmeric powder
- A pinch of freshly ground black pepper
- 1 tablespoon of honey
- ¼ teaspoon of vanilla extract
Heat the milk in a saucepan over medium heat until it is hot to the touch, but not boiling. Add in the other ingredients and whisk to froth. Pour into a cup, sippy cup, or bottle. Go someplace quiet, be mindful, and lose yourself in the delicious flavour.
Cook’s note: you can add a little cinnamon, nutmeg, cardamom, or cloves to spice things up.