You are going to absolutely love these non-alcoholic Christmas drink recipes! I can recall coming inside from a long day of playing in the snow and taking in the dreamy scent of chocolate and candy canes coming from the kitchen. Fresh hot cocoa was resting on the counter alongside a pile of candy canes as replacements for stirring sticks, and a pillow-like plate of large, fluffy marshmallows was stacked high enough to make our mouths water. My sister and I ran into the kitchen so quickly, we forgot to take our mud and snow covered shoes off (my mom wasn’t too happy about that). But it didn’t matter, for we were about to taste the holidays! No one should miss out on a memory like that one, so I’ve rounded up 8 of the best holiday drink recipes (hot and cold) for you and your children to try!
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The Best Holiday Drinks For Your Family
There’s nothing like a warm, steamy drink during the holiday season. You are going to be so glad you tried these delicious non alcoholic Christmas drink recipes! Just click the name of the drink to be brought to the blog for the full recipe.
Gingerbread Hot Cocoa
This recipe is wonderful if you are looking to combine your love for chocolate and gingerbread. It also gives you directions for how to make your own gingerbread syrup!
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Nutella Hot Chocolate
Nutella Hot Chocolate. Any Nutella fans out there? If so, this is a delicious choice for you. This recipe even includes instructions for homemade whipped cream. In total, it takes about 6 minutes!
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DIY Peppermint Mocha. Peppermint mochas are one of my favorite drinks at Starbucks, but I don’t always have the time or the cash to stop in. This recipe made my peppermint mocha-love troubles disappear!
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Spiced Pomegranate Apple Cider—This is one of the best holiday drink recipes because it is tasty AND you can feel good about drinking it. I love pomegranate juice, so I was immediately attached to this scrumptious concoction!
Courtesy of Goodlifeeats.com
Egg Nog Hot Cocoa
Slow Cooker Egg Nog Hot Cocoa—I must admit, I have never been a fan of egg nog. But I love hot cocoa and I am willing to try any kind. This one is unique, too. You put all of the ingredients into a slow cooker and let it cook for 4 hours. How easy is that?
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Peppermint Shake Puree—Now this drink is not hot, but I love drinking shakes any time of the year, so I had to include it. All it takes is blending some vanilla ice cream, milk, and mint chip ice cream! Top it with some crushed peppermint sticks!
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Holiday Nog (Egg-free, Dairy-free, Sugar-free, Soy-free, Gluten-free, Vegan)—This is a great recipe if you have diet restrictions!
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Grinch Drink—You’re a mean one…Mr. Grinch…but you make a good drink! Are your children Grinch fans? Try making this little mix from sprite, lime sherbet, and sugar crystals!
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All of these holiday drink recipes are non-alcoholic and are great to share with your children. Spend quality time with your family this holiday making fun, delicious drinks together and enjoying them while sharing some family stories!
Don’t forget to check out Family Focus Blog’s Christmas Food board on Pinterest for more recipes!
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