My recipe for Hot Molasses makes 2 cups, which is a breakfast in itself. But, you can easily make the whole recipe, enjoy half and put the rest in the fridge for a quick reheat on day 2. I find it equally delicious over ice.
Heat the soymilk in a saucepan until just below boiling.
Pour warm milk into a large mug, add molasses and stir very well. (If you whisk it in, you can actually generate a little foam on top.) Two tablespoons will give a milder flavor, while three tablespoons will have more richness.
Sip slowly and savor, knowing you’re knocking it out of the nutrition ballpark before you even leave the house.
I only tested this recipe with soymilk, but I’m sure you could substitute cow’s milk or your favorite non-dairy milk with good results.