20 Hot Drinks for Cold Weather

Warm your hands and spirits with these delicious hot drink recipes. Whether you’re in the mood for something spiked or something nonalcoholic, we’ve got toddies, hot chocolate, chai tea, coffee and plenty of other liquid treats that are perfect for cold weather

Chai-Spiced Cider

Chai-Spiced Cider

Enjoy the flavors of a coffeehouse favorite without any of the caffeine. Ginger, cinnamon, peppercorns, cloves, cardamom and anise spice up hot apple cider and warm you up on a chilly day
Get the recipe for Chai-Spiced Cider

 

Amaretto Mochaccino

Amaretto Mochaccino

This cup of joe is truly worth a coffee break. Almond-flavored syrup (or amaretto), whipped cream and a drizzle of chocolate syrup makes this drink better than anything you can get from your local barista.
Get the recipe for Amaretto Mochaccino

 

Mexican Hot Chocolate

Mexican Hot Chocolate

The cinnamon really adds a depth to this hot chocolate and the hint of chili gives it a very subtle kick.
Get the recipe for Mexican Hot Chocolate

 

Irish Coffee

Irish Coffee

Irish coffee is a classic winter warmer and it’s so easy to make at home.
Get the recipe for Irish Coffee

 

Cinnamon-Vanilla Cider with Maple Whipped Cream

Cinnamon-Vanilla Cider with Maple Whipped Cream

What’s better than a mug of spicy cider? A mug of spicy cider topped with a dollop of maple whipped cream.
Get the recipe for Cinnamon-Vanilla Cider with Maple Whipped Cream

 

Indian Spiced Vanilla Chai

Indian Spiced Vanilla Chai

Most people are familiar with chai concentrate and syrups, but chai tea made from scratch is a completely different — and heavenly — thing. Raid your spice rack and try this vanilla-spiced version.
Get the recipe for Indian Spiced Vanilla Chai

 

Caramel Macchiato Cider with Cinnamon Cream

Caramel Macchiato Cider with Cinnamon Cream

Cozy up to a cup of cinnamon-scented cider that’s streaked with a creamy caramel sauce. Cinnamon-flavored whipped cream melts like a dream when it’s spooned on top of this irresistible brew.
Get the recipe for Caramel Macchiato Cider with Cinnamon Cream

 

Sugar-Free Java Chai Latte

Sugar-Free Java Chai Latte

Watching your sugar intake? Sip on this cozy concoction made with sugar-free chai concentrate, coffee and milk.
Get the recipe for Sugar-Free Java Chai Latte

 

Cafe au Lait

Cafe au Lait

Cafe au Lait (French for “coffee with milk”) is prepared with strong, hot coffee and scalded milk. It is the national breakfast drink of France, where it is served steaming hot, often in large, wide bowls, to begin the day.
Get the recipe for Cafe au Lait

 

Holly Jolly Hot Chocolate

Holly Jolly Hot Chocolate

Kids (and adults) everywhere crave hot cocoa when the weather turns cold. Make yours even sweeter with whipped cream topped with cranberry red sprinkles. Yum!
Get the recipe for Holly Jolly Hot Chocolate

 

Caffe Moka

Caffe Moka

Coffee and chocolate are a match made in flavor heaven, so perk up your usual espresso with a shot of chocolate syrup.
Get the recipe for Caffe Moka

 

Curry Cocolatté

Curry Cocolatté

Curry in your coffee? It may sound strange, but the heady spice plays well with the other ingredients in this complex drink, like ginger and coconut milk.
Get the recipe for Curry Cocolatté

 

Mulled Cranberry Cider

Mulled Cranberry Cider

Family stuck inside on a snowy day? Make a pot of this mulled cider to warm everyone up and make your house smell fantastic.
Get the recipe for Mulled Cranberry Cider

 

Spiced Espresso Stout

Spiced Espresso Stout

In the mood for something completely different? Try this blend of tea, pomegranate seeds, ginger and cloves infused in cream and served with a shot of espresso.
Get the recipe for Spiced Espresso Stout

 

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