Hot Drinks for Winter

It’s that time of year when we ditch our cold brew for a hand-warming mug of something cozy. This list of hot drinks for winter is here to save the day.

Whether you are a caffeine-fiend or a tea-drinker, you are sure to find something on this list to heat you up.  There are even a couple of boozy options that are perfect for a night cuddled up with your boo watching the snow fall out the window.

Caribbean Herbal Tea by Homemade Zagat

First up on our list of hot drinks for winter is this simple, aromatic, herbal tea.  This is a tea you will want to sip on the day after your office Christmas party.  Recipe Link

Golden Milk Latte by Marisa Moore

This next hot drink is a creamy, spicy, vegan beverage featuring turmeric. If you are trying to cut down on coffee, give this blend a go.  Recipe Link

Warm Apple Cider with Cachaca by Cooking Clarified

Looking for a hot drink that packs a little extra punch? This spicy apple cider can be made with cachaca or rum. Recipe Here

Slow-Cooker Caramel Cider by Stay Snatched

We all know that Starbucks can be a wallet killer. Try this slow-cooker Caramel Apple Cider and save your money for Christmas Presents! Recipe Link

Super Thick Drinking Chocolate by The Blenderist


This hot drinking chocolate is so thick it is practically pudding. Dip a cookie or two in it and call it a meal. Recipe Link

Caramel Ginger Hot Cocoa by Grandbaby Cakes

Salted caramel is great, but salted caramel with ginger is even better. Add a big swoosh of whip cream to take it over the top. Recipe Link

Chai Concentrate by Kalisha Blair

Sometimes you want a hot drink, but you are in a rush. Making a batch of this chai concentrate in advance can save you time.  Recipe Here

Hot Chocolate Godiva Shots by A Worthy Read

Last but not least on this list of hot drinks for the winter are these boozy, s’mores hot chocolate shots. You can make them without the chocolate liqueur, but why? Recipe Link

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