Sugar and Soul’s S’mores creation is the perfect cozy winter drink for the holidays. It’s one of those beverages that’s as nostalgic as it is delicious, so heat a few of these up and curl up on the couch.
My Heavenly Recipes’ Pumpkin White Hot Chocolate is an awesome warm drink to bridge the gap between fall and winter. Sip and enjoy this creamy, foamy, delectable warm drink!
Nutella pretty much makes anything better, and Real House Moms’ hot chocolate recipe is definitely a keeper!
Here’s one that’s more unique than just a spin on hot chocolate! Thrifty Frugal Mom’s Vanilla Custard Drink is perfect for cozy nights in, and that creamy custard in drink form has become a go-to.
If you’re looking for something a bit more familiar, but still fitting with the holiday theme, Tried and Tasty’s Caramel Chai Tea Latte will warm you up and leave you totally satisfied.
Mint and chocolate were meant for each other, and adding the Smirnoff Peppermint Twist instead of just plain peppermint accomplishes two things: 1. It’ll warm you up even faster, and 2. It makes the night more fun!
Here’s a full on dessert that’ll appease your sweet tooth, and is the perfect way to cap off these cold winter nights. Let’s face it – we’re going to eat ice cream no matter how freezing it is outside, and when you drop a scoop into the hot fudge… need we say more?
This delicious hot chocolate recipe from Country Living mixes a bunch of heavenly ingredients like cinnamon, vanilla extract and dulce de leche to create one heck of a mug.
If you’ve ever wondered what it would be like to drink a chocolate gingerbread cookie, this is everything you could ask for! The ginger and cinnamon together make this the perfect cozy winter drink!
We know the last one had ginger, too, but Minimalist Baker’s Ginger Latte is completely different and satisfying in it’s own way. The subtle sweetness and creamy texture make each sip better than the last!
11. Chai Eggnog
Eggnog seems to be a polarizing holiday drink – either you love it or you hate it – but we had to include one recipe simply because we love it! And Gimme Some Oven’s Chai Eggnog is a solid twist that includes chai tea, maple syrup, and coconut milk among other things.
12. Hot Buttered Rum
If you’re all about the holiday spices and want a little sweet rum drink to finish off your evening, Baking a Moment’s Hot Buttered Rum is a must! It boasts brown sugar, butter, cinnamon, rum, and a bunch of other fabulous ingredients, which will make this unforgettable.
Here’s another one that’s great for the transition from fall into winter using cranberry juice and cinnamon to make a fantastic light and flavorful cozy winter drink!
We’ve got another unique one using RumChata, which gives this warm holiday drink a chocolaty horchata flavor that’s SO good. Props to The Farmwife Drinks for this one!
Apple cider is a classic, and with some additional fruits and spices it makes it even more full of flavor. The Pioneer Woman says you can also spike it with apple brandy or regular brandy if you’re in the mood!
Yes, pumpkin spice is the fall craze every year, but it’s for good reason… it’s SO tasty! So why not keep it going into winter with The Chunky Chef’s Pumpkin Spice Hot Chocolate recipe! It’s made using white chocolate and real pumpkin. ‘Nuff said!