A collection of hot chocolates, warm ciders and mulled recipes.
For a special treat for the kids after brunch, serve this drink garnished with whipped cream and mini candy canes.
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This is so rich and authentic that anyone will know it's definitely not from a mix. Garnish with whipped cream and grated chocolate if desired.
Bring half and half and milk to a boil over medium-high heat; add white chocolate morsels and SPLENDA® Granulated, stirring until morsels melt. Stir ...
This hot chocolate kit makes a cosy, heart-warming wintertime gift. Add a label with instructions to dissolve 3 tbsp of mix in 1 cup of steaming hot milk and to garnish with marshmallows. If you throw in a few peppermint candy sticks, they can serve as stir sticks to turn the drink into mint hot chocolate.
Add a cute, sparkly maple leaf garnish, and a simple mug of white hot chocolate becomes the perfect patriotic beverage. This recipe doubles easily, so it's perfect for a crowd–just be careful not to overfill your blender.
This spiced cider is not only a delicious starter but also a boost of nutrition. Pomegranates are loaded with vitamins B and C, potassium, folic acid and iron and are high in antioxidants, which may play a role in the prevention of cancer and heart disease.
With our easy Mulling Spice Mix, you'll have the scents of ginger root, citrus, cloves and cinnamon wafting through your home as you heat up this festive apple cider.
A glass of this traditional warm, spiced red wine is a great way to greet guests. Prepare it just before they arrive, to fill your house with the heady scents of the season.
In saucepan, bring milk and water to boil; remove from heat. Stir in tea mix; cover and steep for 5 minutes.
Strain into warmed mugs. Stir in sugar ...
Pour brandy and liqueur into small coffee mug. Add coffee. Top with whipped cream.
The caramel sauce recipe makes more than is needed for two drinks. Refrigerate the remaining sauce to make more steamers or to serve over ice cream or other desserts. If you have a milk frother, you can use it in place of the stovetop method.
This rich liqueur has an intense flavour that coffee lovers will savour. Sip it on its own or in mixed drinks, such as the White Russian Cocktail.
Homemade chocolate syrup and roasted hazelnuts easily transform a simple bottle of vodka into an unforgettable gift. Ideal for coffee lovers, this sweet and nutty nectar is a welcome top-up for after-dinner espresso and lattes.
This recipe from our Holiday Celebrations 2009 special issue is a deliciously creamy, boozy toast to the new year. For a booze-free version, simply use milk instead of the spirits.
Although this is not your grandmother's ordinary eggnog recipe, it is equally warm, rich and festive. The rum extract adds the familiar flavour, and you can omit the alcohol for a kid-friendly version. For an extra-indulgent twist, grate dark chocolate over the foamy top.
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