We all have those days when the thought of leaving our warm comfy bed and facing the cold world outside seems like the last thing on our minds. Nowadays the weather is definitely not inviting, the lack of sun and the abundance of rain can easily get on our last nerves. For me personally, one of the best things on days like that is staying in with a book and a steaming cup of some kind of beverage. This is why I decided to create a list of hot drink recipes perfect for all those fall days.
1. Extreme Hot Chocolate
The first recipe is perfect for any chocolate lover who likes to step up their hot chocolate game a few notches! Made with bittersweet and semisweet chocolate it will give you a creamy consistency ideal to top with some whipped cream and marshmallows!
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2. Chai Eggnog
This quick and easy recipe is great for anyone who wants to try something new and start feeling a little bit more festive earlier this year. You can adjust this drink to your liking and make it heavier if you love the traditional eggnog or lighter as suggested in the linked version of this drink. If you feel like with you can also spike it with a little bourbon or whiskey!
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3. Dreamy Hazelnut Hot Chocolate
If you are not a fan of traditional hot chocolate you should definitely try this one! Adding a hazelnut syrup to your beverage is sometimes all you need! It brings Christmas one step closer and can light up any dark fall day!
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4. Nutella Hot Chocolate
This is probably the quickest hot chocolate recipe you really need to try out! Perfect for students who need something sweet and creamy to get them through the day, but can’t be bothered to go out and buy a bunch of ingredients they will most likely never use again! To garnish it you can use whipped cream, marshmallows and even more Nutella if you feel like it!
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5. Blood Orange Moscow Mule
Even though the name says it, this drink has literally nothing to do with Moscow! It’s a cocktail made from vodka and ginger beer and, believe me when I say, it will definitely warm you up. What’s great about this is that you can serve it both hot or cold, so just go ahead and make a big pan of it and when it cools down, have another glass!
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6. Mint White Hot Chocolate
If you have never tried a white hot chocolate before now is the perfect time to do it. Adding a bit of a twist aka the peppermint extract that will make the drink both more refreshing and cosy at the same time. To make it look more fun add a little bit of green food colouring and then garnish it with small marshmallows!
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7. Pumpkin Spice Latte
Since it is autumn this list of recipes wouldn’t be complete without a homemade pumpkin spice latte. If you like the Starbucks version you will fall in love with this one because it is definitely better. And hey, it has actual pumpkin in it!
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