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Pomegranate juice adds healthy antioxidants to this cinnamon-spiced tea.
To create the foamy layer on top, blend some of the hot chocolate mixture in a blender container until frothy, and add to each serving.
Sip this creamy caramel drink for a welcome warm-up.
True chocoholics will want to use bittersweet chocolate, which carries a more pronounced flavor than semisweet.
Brulot means "burnt brandy" in French. Special fireproof brulot bowls were important tableware in fine New Orleans homes during the 1800s. For a dramatic effect, the lights were dimmed before the mixture was flamed and the coffee added to it.
Coffee and chocolate often are served side by side. This elegant drink combines them in a single, satisfying cup.
Let the flavors of tea, four fruit juices, and spices brew in your slow cooker. Serve the drink from the cooker or a heatproof bowl.
Looking for an easy and impressive last-minute gift? Package one or more batches of this coffee- and chocolate-flavored drink mix in clear cellophane bags and tie with festive ribbons. Include instructions so your java-loving friends can whip up a great mocha sensation.
Use a grater or zester to get yellow, flavorful strips of lemon peel and to avoid the bitter white membrane beneath.
To make a hot buttered rum drink to enjoy later in the day, add 1/2 cup rum to this recipe.
Your slow cooker brings make-ahead ease to this recipe. The lively combination of cranberry, raspberry, and apple juices and a sprightly spark of lemon guarantees this recipe will be a spirited concoction -- whether or not you choose to add brandy or rum!
Chase away chills with this soothing maple and cardamom sipper.
The tea in low-calorie Cranberry-Orange Tea Sipper keeps it light.
If you're looking to warm up on a chilly day, serve up some of this warm spiced apple-berry cider.
Chai, a spiced milk-and-tea blend that originates in India, is popping up in a variety of versions in coffeehouses all over America. Here's a chocolaty-rich way to tap into the craze.