December 20, 2016
Last Updated:
March 4, 2021

5 Creative Hot Drink Ideas to Keep You Warm This Winter

Baby, it’s cold outside! After breathing in some fresh air and playing in the snow there’s nothing like curling up with a hot cup of something tasty indoors.

Here are 5 delectable recipes to get your warm, creative juices flowing:

Tulsi Basil Chai
Unlike traditional chai that’s made with black tea, this version is herbal and caffeine-free. It’s rich and satisfying, and includes various ingredients that’ll nourish any cold and flu symptoms.

Ginger Latte
If you like to keep things simple, then you’ll love this 3-ingredient latte recipe. All you need is fresh ginger, almond milk, and a little cane sugar. Yum!

woman sitting outside with mug in front of plant

Maple Gingerbread Hot Toddy
Can’t choose between a hot drink and a cocktail? You don’t have to! This recipe includes some healthy favorites like ginger, lemon, and cinnamon, with a kick of scotch or bourbon.

Spiced Hot Chocolate
Adding a depth of flavor to your hot chocolate might just take your steamy breath away. Cardamom, cloves, and a little red pepper will leave you feeling warm and fuzzy inside! 

Warm Vanilla Cider
If you like drinks that feel like desserts, this one is right up your alley. Enjoy with or without the bourbon, but don’t skip the whipped cream or walnuts!

What’s your favorite winter warmer? Share with us in the comments below!

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