Tasty Breakfast Drinks: Coffee, Tea & Smoothies
Add a bit of indulgence to your morning cup of coffee with a little cinnamon and whipped cream. It looks and tastes like a drink from a coffee shop, but you don't have to change out of your pajamas to drink it.
Start off your day with a full serving of fruit from this sweet-tart breakfast smoothie. Remember, you can swap frozen fruits for fresh for an icier drink.
How to Make a Smoothie
Check out our formula for great smoothies, no matter your fruit preference!
Caramelized Banana Champurrado
Keep a close eye on this creamy drink as it cooks so it doesn't scorch. The great caramelized banana and chocolate flavors are worth the extra attention.
Good Morning Mulled Punch
Spiced Black Tea
The spices and juices add delicate background flavor to the strong tea in this cozy drink. For even more citrus flavor, use a citrus-infused tea in place of regular black tea.
Three ingredients is all it takes to make this budget-friendly juice cocktail. Give each glass a summery feel by adding fresh slices of lemon or orange.
Blueberry Sunrise Smoothie
This fruit smoothie gets a punch of protein from a surprising source -- a scrambled egg! With the blend of fresh fruit and juices lending pleasant sweetness, you’d never guess there’s an egg in it to help fuel your morning.
Orange-Mango Agua Fresca
The sweetness of this refreshing fruity drink depends in part on how ripe your mango is. Add the optional honey for a sweeter finish.
Add a special touch to this breakfast beverage by grating delicious semisweet chocolate over the top. Garnishing with orange peel or orange slices enhances the subtle citrus flavor.
With options for alcoholic and kid-friendly versions, this sipper is wonderful at sunrise or sunset. Dress up this already pretty drink by adding a maraschino cherry.
Strawberry ice cubes add a bright pop of color to this classic brunch beverage. If you don't have strawberries on hand, you can easily swap in any other berry.