Cold? Warm Up with These Hot Drinks for Winter Days
When the weather gets cold, it’s time to heat up
California Sweet Potato Latte
Turning sweet potatoes into a hot drink may seem unusual, but the results are worth it. Just think about that sweet potato pie you had at Thanksgiving; now imagine it steaming hot, spiced, and delicious. There’s no way you’ll be able to resist this sweet potato latte.
Classic Hot Chocolate
Anyone with a sweet tooth always needs a really nice, classic hot chocolate recipe in the back pocket. You know, for emergencies. This version is rich, creamy, and oh-so-chocolaty.
The Hot Cubano
Make a cold night a little bit spicier by indulging in a hot Cubano coffee — adding a shot of rum will heat up your cold bones even more.
Tea and Lavender Latte
Cooking with herbs is nothing new, but heating those herbs and making them into simple syrup with honey is a novel idea in most kitchens. The sweetness and floral tones of the lavender make for a perfect frothy latte.
Over the years, chai teas (along with other delicacies from India) have grown in popularity. This version, made with fresh chai spices, really hits the spot on a cold day.
Pumpkin Spice Latte
The pumpkin spice latte craze has become a little overwhelming for some, but others are still ga-ga for everything and anything of the iconic seasonal flavor. When the season turns, pumpkin spice is gone for another year; if you still can’t resist it, you can make it at home with this recipe, which contains real pumpkin.
Picture a snowy night when you just want to sit inside by the fire and watch old movies. Now picture that night again, but this time with a cup of steaming rosemary tea in your hand. Picture perfect.