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Sick of your boring coffee or flavorless instant hot cocoa? Looking to make a festive cider for all those holiday parties? Or, maybe you just want to detox and load up on antioxidants… Either way, it”s time to step up your winter beverage game.

From souped-up classics to unique new drinks, these beverages are sure to become a winter staple in your household.

Hot Chocolate

Crock Pot Hot Chocolate

Crock Pot Hot Chocolate

This slow-cooked, thick and creamy hot chocolate gets its sweetness from condensed milk. It”s your basic hot chocolate, with an intense flavor. Top it off with gingerbread flavored marshmallows. Get the recipe here.

Peanut Butter Hot Chocolate

Peanut Butter Hot Chocolate

Start with your typical instant coco, add a teaspoon of peanut butter, and you”ve got sippable peanut butter cup candy. See the steps here.

Lavender Hot Chocolate

Lavender Hot Chocolate

Lavender has calming effects, so sip a cup of this floral flavored cocoa before bed or on a relaxed night in. This recipe also contains dark chocolate, which has antioxidants in it. See the recipe here.

Pumpkin Spice White Hot Chocolate

Pumpkin Spice White Hot Chocolate

This rich treat is not for the calorie counters out there. Made with heavy cream, white chocolate chips, and topped with whipped cream, indulge in this on a special occasion…we won”t tell anyone. Check out the steps here.

Candy Cane White Hot Chocolate

Candy Cane White Hot Chocolate

This festive and fun drink is great for holiday parties. Kids will love the bright colors, while the adults will love the twist on a classic candy. See the recipe here.

Coconut Tres Leches Hot Chocolate

Coconut Tres Leches Hot Chocolate

Get a little tropical this winter with a coconut flavored hot chocolate drink. If you”re a little bored with seasonal choices like pumpkin and peppermint, this is the drink for you. Check out the instructions here.

Tea and Coffee

London Fog Tea Latte

London Fog Tea Latte

This latte gets its name from Earl Grey tea, an English breakfast staple. Add a little extra sweetness to the classic with vanilla. Get the details here.

Ginger Milk Tea

Ginger Milk Tea

Ginger has been used in ancient Chinese medicine to ward off colds. Keep warm and healthy this winter using this ginger milk tea recipe.

Sudanese Cinnamon Tea

Sudanese Cinnamon Tea

Start your morning with a kick of caffeine, cinnamon, and sugar. This black tea is simple but delicious.

Orange Clove Tea

Orange Clove Tea

Cloves help detoxify the body, while orange peels add a little vitamin C to this tea. Detox (read: ready yourself for the holidays) and warm up this winter using this recipe.

Mexican Coffee

Mexican Coffee

If you like your cafe a little sweet, try the Mexican take on coffee. It”s made with chocolate syrup, cinnamon, and brown sugar. Get the details here.

Cider

Warm Vanilla Cider

Warm Vanilla Cider

This warm vanilla cider gets its hint of nutty flavor from honeyed walnuts. For something truly original, serve up this cider.

Mulled Cider

Mulled Cider

This cider is a citrusy, maple syrup-infused classic guaranteed to pack a lot of flavor. Check out the recipe here.

Hot Cranberry Cider

Hot Cranberry Cider

A twist on classic cider, cranberries and brown sugar give this drink a sweet, fruity kick. Plus, you can make it in your coffee pot.

Crock Pot Wassail

Crock Pot Wassail

Made in a crock pot, this hot mulled cider is great for parties. Allspice and cloves make it both fragrant and tasty. See the details here.

The holidays are just the start of winter, but with these drinks, you”ll be warm and toasty until March. Share which one you”re trying first!

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