Winter Drinks

winter drinks

This month the Stonefire Blog is featuring a few of our favorite winter drink recipes. We hope that you find the time to try a few of these drinks before the season is through. Whether you love hot chocolate, cider, or eggnog, we have a recipe for you.

Hot Chocolate

Peppermint White Hot Chocolate from Gimme Some Oven

This simple hot chocolate recipe is a great way to start winter off with. Have this hot chocolate with fresh batch of cookies or your favorite peppermint brownies. Use milk, white chocolate, vanilla extract, peppermint extract, and whipped cream to make this delicious treat.

S’mores Hot Chocolate from Minimalist Baker

S’mores hot chocolate is truly unique. It takes awhile to make, but it’s the perfect special occasion drink to impress guests with. We think you’ll love having a steaming cup of s’mores hot chocolate on a cold winter night.

Cider 

Copycat Starbucks Apple Cider with Caramel

Save yourself a trip through the drivethrough. This recipe is surprisingly easy to throw together, but it tastes great and will have anyone who loves the Starbucks apple cider fooled. This is a great drink to have in lieu of a winter dessert.

Slow Cooker Apple Cranberry Cider from The Busy Baker

Fresh juice, orange slices, cranberries, and cinnamon sticks combine for a deliciously seasonal apple cider. We think that you’ll love having this cider at a gathering of friends or at your next dinner party. This recipe makes a lot of cider — make sure you have someone to share it with!

Eggnog  

Eggnog Milkshakes from Lil’ Luna

This is eggnog made easy. Ice cream, organic eggnog, cinnamon, gingersnaps, and whipped cream make this eggnog milkshake a creamy, dreamy treat. We hope that you’ll enjoy this winter dessert in the warm comfort of your Stonefire apartment.

Homemade Salted Caramel Eggnog from The Cookie Rookie

This winter drink is not for the faint hearted. Use three cups of whole milk, heavy whipping cream, cinnamon sticks, five eggs, nutmeg, vanilla, caramel syrup, sea salt, and egg whites to make this delicious drink. This is definitely a special occasion drink, so save it for a rainy (or snowy) day!

What are your favorite winter drinks? Leave us a recipe in the comments. Thanks for reading!

 

 
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