Fall Recipe Roundup: Drinks
Whether you’re putting on a casual Thanksgiving dinner or a cocktail dress event, we’ve gathered various drink recipes that are top notch. These drinks will delight both parents and kids.
Slow Cooker Caramel Apple Cider
Slow cookers are kind of the best kitchen tool ever made. Am I right? This slow cooker recipe kicks your apple cider game up a bit and adds a rustic charm to your meal. Your guests will be asking for the recipe before the night is over.
Sparkling Apple-Pear Mock Sangria
I’m dying a little bit at how fancy this apple-pear mocktail looks. It’s the perfect way to dress up your dinner. Serve in nice glasses for the adults and plastic cups for the kiddos.
Holiday Cranberry Punch
This cranberry orange punch is a classic tradition for our family. My grandparents have been making it for Thanksgiving and Christmas for as long as I can remember. The acidity of the orange juice and the sweetness of the cranberry juice pack the perfect punch (see what I did there).
Pomegranate Party Punch
If you haven’t tried pomegranates yet, you’re missing out. This carbonated punch is sweet and refreshing, and it can be garnished with a little bit of pomegranate seeds and mint. It’s simple AND stylish!
Pumpkin Spice White Hot Chocolate
If the warmer weather is making you crave hot drinks, pumpkin spice hot chocolate is the perfect festive touch. Besides looking mouthwateringly good, it’s versatile. If you’re not a fan of white chocolate, substitute with milk or dark chocolate.