11 Fall And Winter Drink Recipes

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Nothing beats sipping a soul-warming drink on a cold day. Coming into a warm house with a warm drink waiting after you’ve been out in the rain and snow is a wonderful way to warm yourself up from head to toe. Sometimes, even a cold drink is good on an autumn day. These ten recipes, hot and cold, give you flavors of the season in a cup.

1. Apple Cider

A side view of this hot apple cider recipe shows a full mug of cider with cinnamon sticks in the mug for stirring.
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This apple cider recipe is perfect for sipping around a campfire or holiday fireplace.

2. Pumpkin Spice Hot Chocolate

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This Pumpkin Spice Hot Chocolate is as good as Starbucks. This is a copycat of a drink from their secret menu, but it’s cheaper and healthier to make at home.

3. Iced Pumpkin Spice Latte

Two small espresso cups filled with Iced Pumpkin Spiced Latte.
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If you prefer iced drinks for this season, this Iced Pumpkin Spice Latte is for you. It’s a fall favorite classic.

4. Peppermint Latte

A just-made peppermint latte topped with whipped cream and crushed candy cane.
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Nothing beats this quick, easy, festive drink for fall and winter. Spread the holiday cheer when you make this Peppermint Latte for yourself or your family.

5. Eggnog

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You can’t get much more traditional than Eggnog. You’ll feel all the cozies when you sip on this by the tree.

6. Healthy Pumpkin Spice Latte

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Make this homemade Healthy Pumpkin Spice Latte instead of driving to Starbucks. You’ll love getting all that traditional flavor without all the processed sugar and preservatives.

7. Pumpkin Spice Cold Brew

Pumpkin Spice Cold Brew Coffee in a glass next to a pumpkin.
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Tired of having the same coffee every single morning at home? Try this Pumpkin Spice Cold Brew for your fall/winter beverage. It is easy to make and filled with awesome pumpkin spice flavor and aroma.

8. Hot Chocolate from Scratch

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Don’t be intimidated by the idea of making your own Hot Chocolate from Scratch. This recipe shows you just how easy it is.

9. Orange Maple Frappuccino

A close up of orange maple blended coffee in a clear glass with an orange wedge and straw for garnish.
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Pumpkin spice beverages are all the rage this season. But there are other fall flavors worth considering. Case in point: this Orange Maple Frappuccino.

10. Apple Pie Spice Latte

Apple Pie Spice Latte in a white mug.
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This Apple Pie Spice Latte tastes like autumn. It’s a lovely, comforting latte that’s a great way to start off a crisp autumn morning.

11. Fresh Ginger Tea

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Ginger tea is warm and soothing. Plus, ginger tea offers many health benefits. Make this Fresh Ginger Tea if you want to sip on something comforting and soothing this fall or winter.

Supercharge Your Smoothies

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Wondering what to add to your morning smoothies to make them power your morning just a little bit better? Here are 15 things you can add to your smoothie to make it better.

How To Make Oat Milk At Home

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You don’t have to buy your oat milk at the store. It’s quick, easy, and much cheaper to make it at home. Plus, you won’t have any added preservatives.

How To Make Almond Milk At Home

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If store-bought almond milk always seems bland and not creamy enough, that’s because you need to make it at home instead. Here’s how to get thick, creamy almond milk that works great for your morning coffee.

5 Smoothies To Prep With Frozen Ingredients In Less Than 10 Minutes

5 Clean Eating Smoothies To Prep With Frozen Ingredients In Less Than 10 Minutes
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Busy mornings require some quick prep on the weekends. Smoothies are one of the fastest, easiest foods to prep. Here’s how to do it.

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