Weekly Roundup #15: Thanksgiving Drinks Recipes to Try!

With everyone focusing on the traditional turkey feast, you just might overlook the Thanksgiving drinks to go with it! Well, our roundup this week helps you avoid that oversight. Here are 5 delish drink recipes, from warm to cold, from fruity to a bit boozy. Depending on what the fall weather is like where you are, take your pick and enjoy with family and friends!

Delish Drinks to Serve This Thanksgiving

Don’t forget the drinks! Complement your special holiday meal with yummy beverages like these. Or bring it to a sweet close with a concoction that’s like a dessert. Click on each link for the recipes—and see which one (or two) you’ll try!

Thanksgiving Drinks Recipes to Try!
1 – Apple Pie Smoothie – Anything apple is perfect for the season. So visit Sugar and Charm for the how-to.

2 – Cranberry Mule – This fun take on the traditional Moscow Mule, from The Speckled Palate, combines cranberry, ginger beer and spiced rum, plus sugared cranberries as garnish.

3 – Coconut Milk Hot Chocolate – The secret to the super-creaminess of this recipe from Ambitious Kitchen is a combination of coconut milk, almond milk, and dark chocolate bars!

4 – Fall Flavored Infused Vodka – Cranberries, oranges, cloves and star anise flavor this great low carb drink (nice to know!) from My Life Cookbook.

5 – Horchata Hot Chocolate Float – Another take on hot chocolate from Pint Sized Baker, but this time flavored with Horchata powder (available from international groceries) and poured over vanilla ice cream. Yum!

With just days to go before Thanksgiving, this may be our last roundup for this holiday. Then it’s on to Christmas as the focus for our upcoming weekly party inspiration. ‘Tis the season indeed!

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