6 Sweet Holiday Drinks You Can Make At Home
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6 Sweet Holiday Drinks You Can Make At Home

Treat yourself to a sweet holiday coffee at home!

6 Sweet Holiday Drinks You Can Make At Home

The winter is a perfect time to find some great hot drinks to try. I love the season of peppermint and gingerbread and always look forward to having them in my coffee. All this excitement about the holiday drinks can add up in cost though! After some extensive internet research and some Pinterest searches I found great holiday drink recipes to get you in the holiday spirit during the winter months! Here's what I found:

1. Blender Eggnog

If you love eggnog like I do, this recipe is super easy and so delicious!

2. Butterscotch Caramel Coffee

This coffee sounds perfect for the winter months!

3. Homemade Peppermint Mocha

My favorite flavor of the season, and now you can make it at home!

4. Peppermint Hot Chocolate

Perfect holiday drink for all the non-coffee drinkers!

5. Gingerbread Latte

Something a little different than your usual mint holiday drink!

6. Starbucks-Inspired Chestnut Praline Latte

My favorite Starbucks holiday drink that I can make at home now!

I can't wait to try some other holiday drink recipes. Try these out and find your new favorite!

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