10 cozy hot drinks for fall and winter
With the cold weather outside, snuggling up with a warm blanket and a hot drink can be the ticket to making you feel as comfortable as possible. Cups of coffee are great in the morning, but maybe you don’t want the caffeine later in the day. The teas are varied and delicious, but maybe you’re looking for something a little more indulgent.
Well, at OGP there are countless recipes for delicious hot drinks that will keep you warm on the inside while things are cool on the outside. Wrap your hands around a hot cup of any of these delicacies.
1. Spicy and spiked apple cider
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It’s a great drink to serve to friends at a fall gathering, or you can whip up just enough for a single serving. This spicy and spicy apple cider from Dawn Kriss is a cheeky take on a classic. Bourbon enhances this hot apple cider by giving you a little more heat, but feel free to leave it out for an alcohol-free version.
2. High protein caramel cappuccino
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Here is a recipe if you are looking for a little extra in the morning. The next time it’s a little chilly, make yourself a protein-rich Caramel Cappuccino from Logan Dunn & Lexus Osman. This cappuccino contains high protein vegan powder which can give you that extra boost if you have a big day ahead while the caramel flavor keeps things luxurious.
3. Rainy day Chai
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When things are gray and dreary outside, brew yourself a tall cup of Rainy Day Chai by Claire Ragozzino. This blend is packed with hot and tangy spices, such as cloves, cinnamon, allspice, and turmeric, which will look like a hug when sipped on a rainy day.
4. Italian hot chocolate
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This hot drink is so thick, creamy and delicious that it could practically be consumed as a dessert. If you are looking for the ultimate in hot chocolate, try this Italian style hot chocolate from Namrata Edward Kshitij. This recipe includes real dark chocolate which is grated and added right at the end for extra sweetness.
5. Mocha Cashew Latte Blender
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Get out your blender and get ready to create this Blender Moka Cashew Latte by Caroline Doucet. This perfect fall drink is creamy with mixed cashews and sweet with dates. The cocoa powder adds a little chocolate and the coffee gives you a morning kick. It is a super nutritious drink rich in protein.
6. Oat latte
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Get a great breakfast drink with this oat latte from Natasha Minocha. There’s a healthy serving of caffeine and plenty of nutrients with real oatmeal, coconut milk, and dates. If you feel like you need a little more nastiness, pour in some chocolate sauce to really finish things off.
7. Tahini Maca Latte
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Try this Tahini Maca Latte by Katrine van Wyk if you’re looking for an extra boost of energy. Tahini gives you a nutty flavor and creamy texture while maca powder adds essential amino acids, vitamins B-1, B-2, C, and E, as well as a number of minerals. Get comfortable and warm and a health boost at the same time.
8. Hot chocolate with eggnog
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Try brewing this holiday-inspired drink to keep you warm this winter. This Kat Condon eggnog hot chocolate is a puffy version of a typical hot chocolate. It’s thick, creamy, and drizzled with all the traditional eggnog spices: cinnamon, nutmeg, ginger and allspice. Top it off with vegan whipped cream or vegan mini marshmallows.
9. Hot Lemon Belly Aid
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It might not be as forgiving as others on the list, but it might just be the ticket if you’re feeling a little under the weather and looking for a comforting drink. This Hot Lemon Belly Aid from Danielle Capalino is packed with vitamins that can help prevent cold symptoms and give you a little immune boost just when you need it.
10. Chai Latte with Pumpkin and Spices
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I don’t think we can leave this one off the list. Say hello to fall with this Pumpkin Spice Chai Latte from Katia Martin. Pumpkin puree, cinnamon, maple syrup and pumpkin spice combine with a little caffeinated tea to give you a seasonal uplift on a chilly morning.
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