5 Non Alcoholic Hot Drinks for Winter

The UK is really getting chilly now as we head towards Christmas, so here are my top 5 recipes for non alcoholic hot drinks for winter. If you do drink alcohol, you could always add Brandy or Rum to these recipes. Images are owned by the sites stated below.

Lavender-Hot-Chocolate-Recipe

Lavender Hot Chocolate by a la mode

Spicy-Cranberry-Drink-Recipe

Spicy Cranberry Drink Recipe by Taste of Home

White-Chocolate-Peppermint-Hot-Chocolate

White Chocolate Peppermint Hot Chocolate by Kids Fun Review

Spiced Apple Cider by claireabellemakes

Spiced Apple Cider by Claireabellemakes

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Spiced Winter Red Tea by Tea Pigs*

This tea tastes like Christmas! A blend of orange, cloves and cinnamon it works with or without milk.

Tea Pigs are offering 20% off (excludes cheeky deals, mix & match and match kits) using the code XMAS13 until the end of December. I will be stocking up on festive teas and this one will definitely be included.

Toodles!

Claire

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*Tea Pigs sent me this product for review. I am under no obligation to review products and all opinions are my own.
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0 Responses to 5 Non Alcoholic Hot Drinks for Winter

  1. What a lovely festive blog! I can’t wait to try some of these drinks. I’ve been adding ground cinnamon and nutmeg to hot chocolate lately- it’s yummy!

  2. These all sound so good!!!! It is so cold here today…. it is definitely the season for hot drinks!

  3. That spiced apple cider looks good.

  4. Jess says:

    Mmmm that spiced apple cider would be perfect right now… although it’s also nice with a shot of brandy!

  5. Yum!! I love hot apple cider and any type of hot chocolate during the cold months. I just made mulled hot apple cider the other night and it was delicious!

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