9 Delicious Drinks To Warm Up With This Fall

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Hot toddys, skinny chai tea lattes, and bourbon-spiked hot apple cider are among the warm fall drinks in this week’s SWAT.

9 Delicious Drinks To Warm Up With This Fall

With the weather starting to get cooler, it's time put away those cold-brew coffees and iced teas and pick up a drink that’s going to warm your heart. You could always go traditional with black coffee, of course, or try hot chocolate, hot apple cider, or tea — but why not a hot toddy? A hot toddy is perfect for cool fall nights — it includes rum or bourbon or some other spirit, water, lemon, cinnamon, and cloves. Rumor has it that if you drink a hot toddy when you’re sick, you'll be well in hours. Having a warm drink is the perfect way to welcome fall, which is why we made it the theme of this week’s SWAT (Sharing With A Theme). 

Hot Buttered Rum Nutella Toddy

When you’re feeling a little under the weather, the perfect warm drink is a hot toddy. When you add Nutella to the mix, you've really got something special.

For the Hot Buttered Run Nutella Toddy recipe, click here.

Hot Fluffernutter Cocoa

This is the perfect drink for peanut butter lovers. Chocolate, peanut butter, and marshmallow fluff gives you a warm, creamy chocolate drink.

For the Hot Fluffernutter Cocoa recipe, click here.

Maple Hot Toddy

This maple hot toddy is easy to assemble for one or a small crowd. It’s not overly sweet, but the maple syrup softens the bite of the bourbon in just the right way. — Carolyn Selheim-Miller

For the Maple Hot Toddy recipe, click here.

Hot Toddy Recipe

When the temperature begins to dip you know it’s time to start making hot toddys. This drink will warm you through during the cold nights. Chamomile tea, star anise, clove, cinnamon, and lemon juice round out this delicious whiskey drink.

For the Hot Toddy recipe, click here.

Bourbon-Spiked Hot Apple Cider

While mulled apple cider is delicious all on its own when it’s spiked with bourbon it taste a whole lot better. If you have kids, serve them the apple cider sans bourbon and add in the liquor afterwards. This is the perfect recipe for a small group of four or a large group of ten.

For the Bourbon Spiked Hot Apple Cider recipe, click here.

Wassail

The main ingredients of wassail includes a blend of spices such as ginger, cloves, and cinnamon mixed with apple cider or apple juice, simmered for a few hours so the flavors can blend together nicely. Other juices like cranberry and orange juice can also be added along with orange, lemon, or lime slices. You can drink this like it is or make it a little more festive and add your favorite bourbon, brandy, wine, or rum to it.  — Sweet and Spicy Monkey

For the Wassail recipe, click here.

Pumpkin Spice Hot Chocolate

Oh, all right. We know you want your pumpkin spice. Ever since fall began, pumpkin recipes have been popping up left and right, from appetizer to desserts. This pumpkin spice hot chocolate is just as delicious, if not more so, than classic hot chocolate! — Cherry on My Sundae

For the Pumpkin Spice Hot Chocolate recipe, click here.

Caramel Apple Cider

The perfect fall beverage is apple cider. Try this delicious recipe, an exact replica, we think, of the one Starbucks uses. And it won't cost you four bucks.  

For the Caramel Apple Cider recipe, click here.

Skinny Chai Tea Latte

Skinny Chai Tea Latte

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There's nothing like a hot chocolate or warm apple cider to warm you up when the weather gets chilly — but try a healthier fall drink by combining almond milk and spicy chai tea. — Bridget Creel

For the Skinny Chai Tea Latte recipe, click here.