Yummy, Warm Fall Drinks

Oct 16, 2017

yummy warm fall drinks

Does autumn automatically conjure up images of apple pie and pumpkin spice? It should! This season is specifically known for its notable smells and irresistible flavors. We'd like to help you ring in this new season with a few undeniably yummy warm fall drink recipes!

1. Hot Buttered Rum

Get your insides all warmed up with an ice cream-based adult beverage. A few common kitchen items such as confectioners sugar, brown sugar, and butter will transition everyday rum into a cocktail that's meant for fall.

2. The Dirty Chai

Lace your Chai tea with a shot of espresso for a cozy cup of goodness that will take away all of those gray fall days. There's a bit of richness to each cup, coupled by a sweet gingerbread smell that wafts its way directly into your heart.

3. Frozen Gingerbread Hot Chocolate

Don't forget about the little ones when you're planning your fall drink menu! A little bit of ginger spice makes everything nice when the leaves start changing, and your kiddos will appreciate being included on your flavor-changing endeavors.

4. Slow Cooker Cranberry Apple Cider

If fall can be summarized in a single word, most foodies would say "apples." As such, it seems only fitting to feature fall's most favorite fruit in an easy-to-concoct cider creation. Put your slow cooker to work in a different way by allowing it to marinade the fragrant scents and unforgettable flavors that present themselves during this time of year. Prep, fill the pot, and get ready for a good old-fashioned taste sensation.

5. Apple Cider Mimosas

Who needs bloody marys when the temperatures turn? Apple cider mimosas are the perfect way to turn a normal morning into an inviting autumn event. A bit of orange juice and a splash of champagne will create a welcome warmth when you switch up your morning wake-up drink with sweet apple cider.

When you're ready to snuggle on the couch with some colorful leaves outside your window, which drinks do you choose as your go-to fall flavors? We'd love it if you'd share your own favorites in the comments below!

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