Top Rated Old Fashioned Recipes

Smoked Old Fashioned recipe - The Daily Meal
Brisk, chilly weather means that it's time to partake in all the cozy things: warm socks, crackling fires and drinks that will warm your belly. This smoky whiskey cocktail is a quick way to create that snug vibe.This recipe is from Bonefish Grill and was originally published in the Orlando Sentinel.
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4.5
Bacon Old Fashioned
The natural pairing of bacon and brunch gets the cocktail treatment in this savory drink from New Leaf Restaurant & Bar in New York City.
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4.5
Pumpkin Old Fashioned
This recipe takes a classic Old Fashioned cocktail and upgrades it to fit the fall season. With homemade pumpkin spice syrup, bourbon and cinnamon, this cocktail is the perfect drink to warm you up during the colder months.Recipe courtesy of Buca di Beppo
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4.5
Ristretto Old Fashioned
This old fashioned cocktail recipe is great to enjoy on a nice fall afternoon after a delicious meal. This recipe includes tequila with salted caramel concentrate and organic maple syrup.Recipe courtesy of PATRÓN
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4.5
Old-Fashioned Rice Pudding
You just don't see rice pudding like you used to, but it's so simple and creamy good! Of course, it is easier to just open up a prepackaged container from the grocery store, but what fun is that? What I love about rice pudding is that everything you need for it is in the refrigerator and pantry already and once you know how to make a custard, you get to customize it any way you want.This recipe is by Lori Edmonds and was originally published in The Baltimore Sun.
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4.5
You can never get too old for peanut butter cups. What better treat to make than these for your friends and kids?
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4.5
This favorite classic cocktail gets a sweet cookie turn. Read more about Drinks That Taste Just Like Girl Scout Cookies.
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4
Perhaps the first cocktail ever mixed, the Old Fashioned has seen many incarnations, including the current (and loathsome) trend of muddling cherry and orange into it. Rye was the first whiskey used with this drink, and Angostura bitters are most commonly mixed in. I’ve switched rye for Bourbon, and Peychaud’s bitters for a slightly sweet and more floral cocktail. Learning to adjust to your taste preferences is all part of becoming a great home bartender.
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Cinnamon Rolls
I thought about changing up a traditional cinnamon roll recipe by adding nuts or other exotic spices; but then I took a step back. What about good old-fashioned cinnamon rolls? Sure, bacon, maple, honey, Jell-O-flavored cinnamon rolls may be fun, but sometimes comfortable and easy food is even better. These are old-fashioned cinnamon rolls full of butter, sugar, and cinnamon with a simple powdered sugar glaze.
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3.75
Old-Fashioned Peach Cobbler
This cobbler is the perfect quick dessert to throw together in summer. The best part? It tastes like it took hours and many more ingredients to make. It features fresh or canned peaches, so you can enjoy this recipe all year round. Serve with a dollop of French vanilla ice cream.
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3.7
The Sweetheart Old Fashioned
Looking for a variation on the Old-Fashioned? Look no further. This recipe is warm, woody, and nutty. We love its robust flavors, which offer a hint of sweetness — but this one’s got an explosive cinnamon heart with more fire than the candy.
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2.5
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Angostura bitters, bourbon, maraschino cherries, and candy corn syrup come together in this recipe to make a festive-spin off the timeless Old Fashioned. Be sure to prepare the candy corn syrup before you host your Halloween bash, just to give it time to settle.This recipe is courtesy of Executive Chef Caprial Pence at Bookstore Bar & Restaurant in Seattle.
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2.5