Drink up the warm comfort of these delicious recipes for hot chocolate, cider, coffee, and tea.
Apple cider gives a lovely twist to Hot Cider Nog; it's a holiday must.
Your house will fill with aromas of cinnamon and clove while the Pineapple Wassail warms on the stove.
Ground ginger and apple pie spice make ordinary cocoa out-of-this-world good!
Cranberry lends festive color and sweet-tart flavor to this traditional spice-mulled beverage.
Enjoy the intoxicating aroma from a steamy cup of this frothy latte. It will warm you from the inside out.
Apricot nectar adds tart sweetness to this warm beverage.
A warm mixture of apple cider, molasses, and lemon juice is spiced with whole cloves and cinnamon sticks to make a comforting
Orange and lemon juices add sweet wintry flavor to spiced cider. Garnish with an apple slice.
This recipe enhances the flavor of green tea with sweet honey and spicy ginger. Green tea is an excellent source of concentrated
antioxidants. Double or triple the recipe for a warm party drink.
Fresh citrus combines with warm spices for an irresistible beverage. This cider is delicious with or without the dark rum.
When serving this twist on traditional hot chocolate, place the whipped cream in individual matching glass mugs so friends
can pile on as much as they prefer.
Add fruity flair to traditional cider with pomegranate, white grape, and pineapple juices. Skewer pineapple chunks and orange
rind curls on a stirrer for a festive touch.
Steep coffee in cloves and cinnamon sticks for a delightful warm treat on a cool evening.
Add a dusting of cinnamon or freshly ground nutmeg to make this warm beverage your own.
Enjoy this soothing citrus sipper with a warm biscuit or muffin.
Cozy up by the fire with a warm apple-ale flavored with allspice, cinnamon, cloves, and cardamom.
This decadent beverage qualifies for the name “sipping dessert,” whether you serve it with or without alcohol. You’ll have
lots of egg whites left over—use them in angel food cake or meringue cookies.
Chai is an Indian spiced tea. This rich version is a wonderful complement to a thick slice of pound cake.
This warm whiskey cocktail will keep you cozy on cold nights. Topped with a maple-cream mixture and fresh nutmeg, it may taste
more like a dessert than a cocktail.