18 Holiday Drinks We Scored from Pinterest
Warm up with these festive flavors
The biggest reason we adore the holidays so much is the sheer festiveness of it all: the decorations, the food and the sweets. We also love any occasion that allows us to kick back with a seasonal sipper that instantly puts you in a cheery mood. We turned to Pinterest to find 18 of the best holiday beverages out there, which you can see below (and on our holiday drinks board).
Apple Pie Moscow Mules
Dessert in a copper mug. And it can be made as a mocktail, too.
Slow-Cooker Cranberry Apple Cider
This gorgeous nonalcoholic drink is the perfect after-dinner warmer for the whole family.
Peppermint White Hot Chocolate
A cute one for the kids. They’ll have fun crushing and sprinkling the peppermint candy that tops it.
Salted Caramel Hot Chocolate
Calling all salty-sweet fans. Vanilla marshmallows are just the beginning.
Cranberry Orange Holiday Punch
Colorful and crisp, this punch is another family-friendly treat.
Frozen Hot Chocolate
You don’t have to go to NYC’s Serendipity to sip on this icy treat. In fact, it’s super easy to make at home.
Sparkling Apple Pie Cocktail
We’d go apple picking every weekend if we could have one of these at the end of each day.
S’mores Hot Chocolate
From the graham-cracker rim to the toasted marshmallow topping, we’re obsessed with this wintry treat.
Slow-Cooker Apple Cider
Warm citrus and earthy spices mingle in this seasonal favorite. Bonus: Your home will instantly smell like the holidays.
Christmas Morning Punch
Combine orange, cranberry and pineapple juice with ginger ale to create this simple punch. Garnish with an orange wheel for best-hostess-ever status.
SLOW-COOKER SPICED WINE
Few drinks say “home for the holidays” like this spicy concoction.
How many times a year do you get to use real cranberries? Not enough, in our opinion. These red beauties add instant holiday cheer.
Homemade Salted Caramel Eggnog
The list wouldn’t be complete without this classic drink—with a salty twist.
Red Wine Hot Chocolate
Two of life’s greatest things, stirred up into one seriously sinful mug.
We had time to mull it over and we’ll take one of these, please.