Back by popular demand: Nonalcoholic drink recipes for fall

Back by popular demand: Nonalcoholic drink recipes for fall

Chilly weather, rain and darker days make us dream of steaming mugs of hot chocolate,  warm, golden tea and bright, bold cups of coffee. Time to get your festive fall nonalcoholic drink on y’all! Here are some of our favorite recipes for this time of year:

Hot Chocolate (traditional): Treat yo’self and go all in on this delectable treat — you won’t regret it. Say YES to the real milk, use either semi-sweet or dark chocolate and a splash of cinamon for best results.

Golden Milk Turmeric Tea: This blend of savory spice and anti-inflammatory root elements will soothe any cough or cold, jump start the body first thing in the morning and is sure to grow on you. Healthy, invigorating and wholesome we recommend brewing it in big batches and drinking liberally through cough and cold season.

Cashew Milk Nightcap: This technique qill work as well for almonds and hazelnuts as it does with cashews. Each of these nuts has its own pros: almonds pack protein, hazelnuts have vitamin B and E and cashews are loaded with antioxidants and vitamin E. Use this recipe to make your milk and then try warming it up on the stove top and whisking it into a froth for a soothing, pre-sleep nightcap.

Spiced Cider: Rich, warm and full-bodied this drink has the dual benefits of being delicious and making your kitchen smell AMAZING. Can be done on the stove or in a crock pot.

London Fog: Fragrant, soothing Earl Grey tea meets creamy, steamy milk with some sweet vanilla for fun.

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