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When the cold weather of fall and winter hits, warm your guests (and yourself) with a delicious hot drink recipe. Our hot drinks collection includes hot chocolate, flavorful teas, spiced chai, mochas, and more. Bonus: Some of these drink recipes are made in the slow cooker for a no-fuss drink idea!
Upgrade your morning coffee with this cinnamon-spiced hot drink recipe. Add a dollop of whipped cream to make each sip extra special.
Slightly sweet, a little bit tart, and with a hint of spice, a cup of this tea is an ideal way to end a long fall day. Offer guests a choice of the vibrant-red pomegranate tea or apple cider at your next cold-weather gathering.
We love a steaming cup of sweet hot chocolate just as much as you do. Follow our video for the one step you need to make a perfectly chocolaty mugful.
The combo of rye whiskey and apple-cinnamon schnapps is sure to shake off your winter chill. Featuring real pumpkin and dollops of cinnamon whipped cream, this warm winter cocktail will be your new go-to.
Coconut milk puts a fresh spin on the classic hot chocolate recipe. Curls of chocolate dress it up to make every sip special.
Lightly minted with a hint of peppermint schnapps, this hot chocolate recipe is perfect to serve as an after-dinner cocktail or dessert.
Spice up your holidays with a tart and citrusy hot drink recipe. The bold dose of cinnamon makes it ideal for the holiday season.