8 Fall Beverage Recipes
It’s finally fall! That means cooler temps, sweaters, and trips to the apple orchard are on the way. This time of year also causes most of us to turn to comforting, homemade foods – like soups, casseroles, and baked goods. And what goes better with these homemade foods than homemade beverages!
Apples, pears, and cranberries are the fruits of the season, and they offer great flavors for fall cocktails and non-alcoholic, kid-friendly drinks. From warm ciders to cold milkshakes and everything in between, you and your family will love these fall beverage recipes!
Let’s kick off this beverage recipe round-up with this Pear Shrub with Vanilla and Cardamom from USA Pears. A shrub is a tonic made from fruit, sugar, and vinegar. This pear shrub is bursting with pear flavor. It would be a festive addition to any upcoming fall party.
I love a good mojito. So this Cranberry Mojito Punch from Sugar & Soul is right up my alley. The cranberries are a perfect match to the zesty lime. And don’t forget the mint! Be sure to use Naturipe cranberries with this recipe. They bring a tart and tangy flavor to this punch, plus they’re a gorgeous glossy red color!
This recipe’s name alone is enough to entice me to try it. This Autumn Harvest Punch from Served Up with Love is the perfect cool drink for fall festivities. This punch is a little sweet, a little sour, and a whole lot of delicious!
For a rich and decadent hot beverage, make this Raspberry Mocha Latte from Going Home to Roost. The star of this recipe definitely is the homemade raspberry syrup. After drinking this mocha latte, you won’t buy one from a coffee shop ever again!
Sangria is a tasty way to “drink” our favorite fall fruits. This Fall Sangria from Sweet and Savory by Shinee includes fresh apples and pomegranates. It tastes best when it’s chilled and when it’s made the day before – then those delicious fall flavors really come together.
For a family-friendly fall beverage, go for this Slow Cooker Cranberry Apple Cider from The Recipe Rebel. It’s made with pure, unsweetened apple, cranberry, and orange juices. Add fresh apples, cranberries, and oranges to make this drink look as beautiful as it tastes!
You know how well caramel and apples go together. Now you can enjoy this flavor combination in a milkshake. This Caramel Apple Milkshake from My Organized Chaos is sure to satisfy your sweet tooth.
If you find yourself with leftover pumpkin pie filling, use it in this Pumpkin Spice Hot Chocolate from Fortune Goodies. On a cold day, curl up in front of the fireplace with this cozy hot chocolate and your favorite book!