Drink up the warmth once colder days arrive
It’s the combo of spiced rum and whipped cream that make this drink taste like a slice of warm apple pie.
Recipe: Warm Apple Pie Cocktail
White chocolate is sweeter and creamier, making it a good choice for hot chocolate.
Recipe: Hot White Chocolate
You can make this punch a head of time and then just rewarm with guests arrive, which is a great offering on cold days.
Recipe: Mulled Cranberry Wine Punch
This is a nice thing to offer guests after a large holiday meal. The warmth of the cider and the slightly sweet taste are just food-coma needs.
Recipe: Thanksgiving Star Cider
There are many popular coffee cocktails out there but this is one of our favorites. Whip cream optional but highly advised.
Recipe: Keoke Coffee
A blend of green tea and fresh mint leaves gives you a slight pick-me-up while also giving you calming qualities.
Recipe: Moroccan Mint Tea
This delicious holiday cocoa mix makes a great gift. But we warn you, it’s so good you might end up keeping it for yourself.
Recipe: Peppermint Stick Cocoa
This is a nice, non-alcoholic warm punch recipe that’s a snap to mix up.
Recipe: Hot Cranberry-Ginger Punch
Spice up that morning cup of Joe with the warmth of cardamom pods.
Recipe: Cardamom Coffee
A warm cup of spiced tea is just what cold weather calls for, and can be made with stuff you may already have growing in your garden.
Recipe: Garden Chai
This cold-weather drink has a bit of everything, coffee, chocolate and cream. What’s not to love?
Recipe: Layered Mocha