15+ Delicious Winter Drinks & Cocktails

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Some of my very favorite drinks are absolutely perfect this time of year – things like hot apple cider, hot cocoa, chai tea lattes, maybe a splash of Irish Cream in your coffee! YUM! I love sitting with something warm by the glow of the Christmas tree lights (and would LOVE to sit by the fireplace if we had one). And, then, there are all those Christmas and New Years Eve parties just begging for the perfect drink (whether with alcohol or not).  So thanks to a partnership with Foodie.com, I’ve created a fun collection with 15+ delicious winter drinks & cocktails. Just click through the slideshow to see all my picks and be taken to the recipes!
Yum! We tried a hot chocolate cocktail for the first time last year with chocolate wine that was super tasty! And, I have a fun “peppermint dream” cocktail coming to the blog just in time for New Years! In the mean time, I’m definitely planning on making some peppermint hot chocolate and some chai tea! I think some cranberry punch would be perfect for Christmas dinner too!

Winter Drinks & Cocktail RecipesSo, be sure to check out that slideshow above to save those recipes. And, for more great recipe collections, be follow me on Foodie.

What are your favorite winter drinks?

Disclosure: This is part of a sponsored campaign with Foodie.com. As always, my opinions, experiences (and recipe picks) are entirely my own.

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I’m Sara, a mom to three adorable boys living in the Arizona desert. As a former teacher, I love sharing my passions with others. So, have a look around for creative inspiration about cooking, creating, celebrating, traveling with kids, and more everyday mom endeavors!

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