There's no better time to combine all of the flavors and feels of Fall with ingredients into The Best Go-To Drinks for Fall Season!
There is something really magical about fall - when the leaves start to turn brown, and you can feel the cool breeze in the air. It gets even better when we put on a cozy sweater and relax by the fireplace, preferably with a customized drink in hand.
This is because it brings along some of the most delicious flavors: apples, pears, and cranberries, as well as cinnamon, nutmeg, and ginger spices.
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The Best Go-To Drinks for Fall Season
With our Thanksgiving dinners and Christmas parties right around the corner, it’s time to get creative – and festive – with the drink menu!
I’ve always loved the idea of having a signature cocktail for my parties, and Red Envelope has gathered together 25 of the best holiday Cocktail recipes on RedEnvelope.com!
You can check out those holiday cocktail recipes in this post, but today we have some more delicious drink ideas, which are perfect for just the fall holidays.
Slow Cooker Hot Chocolate
Old fashioned hot chocolate is one of the best drinks to enjoy during the night. You can sip it in front of the bonfire while relishing the cool breeze blowing through your hair.
Simply combine rich heavy cream, milk, and dark chocolate in your slow cooker.
Leave it to boil for about two hours and it’s done. You can be creative with your toppings to make it more enjoyable.
If you’re feeling a little adventurous, fill your mug with your favorite liquor; try a splash of rum, brandy, or whisky to give it a kick.
Caramel Apple Mocktails
Fall would not be complete without a caramelized apple mocktail which everyone loves. Caramel apple mocktail is a show-stopping non-alcoholic delicious delicacy that comes together quickly.
Long before it existed, a candy maker from New Jersey coated the apples in melted cinnamon sweets to produce a stunningly vibrant dessert that became a Christmas delight. One drawback to caramel apples is they are a challenge to consume.
Fortunately, this mocktail incorporates all the flavors of the gooey sugar-coated apple which makes it simpler for people to enjoy the delightful taste without the troubles.
Although making homemade caramel sauce takes quite the effort, the final product is definitely worth it.
Golden Maple Latte
Spices are essential for fall season and there's no better way to appreciate it than with a delicious latte.
To make it more special, this latte offers a clear combination of spicy flavors which includes turmeric, ginger, and balanced with a bit of sweet maple syrup.
You also need the milk of your choice, but nothing rivals the malty warmth of oat milk.
Before pouring your latte, add a spoonful of maple syrup to the bottom of your cup.
After that, fill in your favorite coffee machine with the necessary amount of milk, a teaspoon of turmeric, and a teaspoon of ground ginger, and steam it for a cup of warm goodness.
If you're not a fan of the infamous Pumpkin Spice Latte but still want a pumpkin drink, here's what you can do.
This wonderful and nutritious pumpkin smoothie drink is perfect to fulfil all of your pumpkin dreams and cravings.
You only need pumpkin puree, milk, brown sugar, and some ground cinnamon, then you’re good to go.
Fill a freezer bag halfway with a can of pumpkin puree, keep it in the freezer for at least 24 hours and heat it for at least 2 minutes on the next day.
Get a blender and combine two cups of milk, a quarter cup of brown sugar, two teaspoons of ground cinnamon, and blend until it’s smooth.
Before serving, get creative and decorate it with your choice of whipped cream and perhaps a pinch of cinnamon.
Lemonade and limeade are often known as the go-to drink for summer. However, the addition of rosemary tones down the vibrant citrus flavor, giving this delightful drink a fall revamp with a hint of summer heat.
Also, a part of the mint family, rosemary has long been used to help relieve muscle discomfort, improve cognitive function, strengthen the immune system, and promote digestion. Excellent for a freshly harvested herb!
This drink only has four main ingredients namely sugar, water, some rosemary sprigs, and limes. To make the best out of this drink, make your own homemade rosemary simple syrup.
You just need to combine granulated sugar, water, and fresh rosemary in a saucepan and let it simmer until the sugar is dissolved.
Sift it through a steel mesh strainer, capturing every herb leaf to not get into the rosemary simple syrup. This is an excellent method for extracting flavor from herbs before including them in beverages.