Pumpkin Spice Latte and Pulled Pork Sliders
The ultimate autumnal, Bonfire Night drink. It’s time to combine your favourite seasonal Starbucks offering with some mouth-wateringly tasty carbs!
For your pumpkin spice latte:
- Heat up milk, pumpkin purée and sugar in a saucepan. Swap to almond or coconut milk for an even creamier taste.
- Once the mixture is boiling nicely, throw in some vanilla extract, pumpkin pie spices and coffee granules.
- Serve your mixture and add some squirty cream as a nice topper.
Sounds incredible, but what goes with it? It needs to be something packed with big flavours and something that’s easy to eat with a pair of mittens. So, how about pulled pork sliders?
The marinade itself is deliciously flavoursome. To make this tasty Bonfire Night food, just follow these steps:
- Mix chopped onion and garlic, tabasco, English mustard powder, paprika, ketchup, Worcestershire sauce, treacle, brown sugar and sea salt in a blender until it’s fully combined.
- Transfer your pork shoulder into a large pan and cover in the marinade, leaving it for 2 hours in the fridge.
- Once this has chilled for 2 hours or more (overnight is fine if you make this late at night), place the pan on a high heat and add water until it just covers the meat.
- Once boiling, reduce to simmer and cover the pan, cooking for 90 minutes.
- Once cooked (make sure the pork is easy to pull apart with a fork), you can stuff some floury white rolls with this enticing filling, adding a dollop of barbecue sauce if you see fit. You can even toast the rolls prior to adding the pork for added crispiness.
Are you ready to get creative in the kitchen? Fire up your imagination with our delicious and simple Bonfire Night recipes. Visit your nearest convenience store today to make sure your Bonfire Night food goes off with a bang – and grab all the ingredients and last-minute supplies you need for this year’s Guy Fawkes night, even if you can't have guests round, these treats are still perfect to share at home.