I’m a big coffee lover, and I can have a cup in the morning, afternoon and evening if I wanted to. I like coffee for its aroma and the warmth feeling that it gives me everytime I take a sip. However, I try to refrain myself from drinking more than a cup a day, and instead, drink more tea. Sometimes I get bored drinking tea, and as the weather gets colder, I can’t help but look for other alternatives of hot drinks.
I found 5 easy hot drink recipes to try this fall. Not only do they look yummy, but they don’t require any fancy ingredients to make.
I’m a big fan of hot chocolate with marshmallows, but I always drink the same brand. I’d love to try this recipe from A Beautiful Mess.
Have you heard of red velvet hot cacao before? I haven’t until I stumbled upon this recipe. I love red velvet cupcakes from Les Glaceurs. I wonder if it would be too “red velvet-y” if I have it with this hot beverage. Nevetherless, I’ll certainly try this recipe.
Caramel with marshmallow is by far my favorite combo. With coffee? Even better! I’m afraid that this hot drink recipe is so good that I’ll end up having more than one cup of coffee a day.
London Fog is basically earl grey tea with milk, but try adding a bit of vanilla extract and lavender. You’ll be pleasantly surprised! If you’re like me and have tried many times to make the perfect london fog, but failed, you should intead try this recipe.
If you’re having friends over for a cozy movie night, you should try one of these easy hot drink recipes! Enjoy!
image sources // Aztec Hot Chocolate from A Beautiful Mess, Red Velvet Hot Cacao from Heather’s French Press, Pumpkin Spice White Hot Chocolate from Cookie Monster Cooking, Caramel Marshmallow Latte from A Pumpkin & A Princess, London Fog Latte with Lavender from Gimme Some Oven