This warm and cozy Christmas drink will get you in the holiday spirit. Try adding extra spices like cinnamon, ginger, and nutmeg for even more flavor. To turn this drink into an Eggnog Hot Chocolate, substitute the espresso with chocolate.
This Keto Cranberry Cosmopolitan brings even more good cheer when you know that each sip clocks in at zero carbs and under 150 calories. Unsweetened cranberry juice gives this tangy and sweet tipple its signature pretty in pink color and bright flavor for a fraction of the carbs and calories of the standard cocktail.
This Iced Chai gives you a spicy cup with a hint of sweetness. It gets its bold flavor from a generous dose of cardamom and the fat in the milk helps extract a full range of spice flavor. Whole milk is preferred, but most dairy and plant-based milks will work.
These Mexican street drinks are water-based fruit drinks that are a good way to make your fresh fruit go further. Agua Fresca is such a good alternative to sodas and you could even substitute sparkling water for plain if you prefer the bubbles.
Now that you’ve made the Strawberry Simple Syrup recipe you may use it to make refreshing Fresh Strawberry Lemonade.
No matter how you celebrate, the holidays are a time for fun and joy with friends and loved ones. Raise a toast, even if it’s virtual, to cheerful entertaining with a Pomegranate Christmas Cocktail inspired by the season. This winter spin on sangria infuses a fruity red wine with sweet and tangy pomegranate juice and warm winter spices. Make it ahead of time and let holiday guests serve themselves.
Skip the premade Bloody Mary Mix and make your own. This basic recipe makes a balanced drink with citrusy brightness and a little heat. It’s best to make the mix ahead of time so the flavors can meld together.
Combine vanilla ice cream, diced peaches, and cream soda for a refreshingly simple dessert that’s perfect for summer.
A summer refreshment that gets an extra fruity upgrade. Turn this into a spritzer with a splash of sparkling wine.
It’s hot out. What more of an excuse do you need?