6 Hot Drink Recipes To Keep You Cozy This Fall

Hot Chocolate

Is there anything as enjoyable as curling up with a warm drink on a cold day? But if you’re sick of your normal coffee and hot chocolate routine, try out these beverages that range from boozy to kid-friendly.

 

Mulled Red Wine

If you find yourself entertaining for a group some chilly evening, whip up a batch of this mulled wine, which is easy to prepare in large batches and packs a whole lot of flavor. Elevate the flavor of a basic Red with oranges, star anise, cinnamon sticks, and cloves. For an extra boozy punch, add a splash of brandy as well!

 Source: Gimme Some Oven

 

Honey Lemon Ginger Jar

Feel a cold coming on? Stop it in its tracks with this natural remedy that you’ll actually enjoy drinking. Create the base for this delicious beverage by combining lemon slices, honey, and fresh ginger in a mason jar. Let it sit in the fridge for at least 12 hours, and when you’re ready to use it, add a scoop or two to a hot mug of water.

 Source: My Fussy Eater

 

Chai-Maple Cider

Two classic winter beverages—chai and hot cider—combine into this tasty beverage. Combine apple cider and black tea with traditional chai spices like orange peel, cardamom pods, and black peppercorns. Sweeten with a generous portion of maple syrup and get ready to enjoy.

Source: Midwest Living

 

Turmeric Spiced Hot Chocolate

Change up your traditional cocoa routine with this unique flavor combo. Natural ingredients like cacao nibs, ghee and sea salt mean that you can enjoy this decadent drink guilt-free.

 Source: Lemons + Zest

 

London Fog

A nice, floral cup of tea meets a traditional latte in this warm and comforting beverage. Made of Earl Grey tea and steamed almond milk, the London Fag puts a new spin on a classic cup of tea. Elevated with the flavors of vanilla, you’ll find yourself making this drink again and again.

Source: The Inspired Home

 

Oatmeal Cream Pie

A cookie always goes great with a hot beverage. So why not take the flavors of a cookie and put them in the beverage? This recipe does just that by using half and half, brown sugar, and pumpkin pie spice to mimic the flavors of a traditional oatmeal cream pie. It’s a decadent treat that’s perfect for whipping out for special occasions.

 Source: Midwest Living

 

Stay cozy this fall and into the winter season by warming up with these hot beverages.

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