All the flavors of fall in a glass! Fireball® whiskey, vanilla vodka, and sparkling apple cider make this a very refreshing drink. You can add sliced apples as a garnish or pomegranate seeds for a festive look! Perfect for Thanksgiving.
This recipe I love to make around Thanksgiving to drink or give as presents at Christmastime. The longer you wait the better it is, try and wait 4 weeks. I got this recipe from one of my own concoctions from trying several different recipes.
This versatile punch incorporates all your favorite fall flavors, and is always a seasonal success. With sweet apple cider, effervescent ginger beer, and bubbly Prosecco, you'll be asking for seconds of more than just stuffing.
This outrageously delicious pie-shake combines your Thanksgiving favorite, pumpkin pie, with plenty of vanilla ice cream, ice cold milk, and a shot of bourbon to become a tall glass of pumpkin spice heaven. Top this crazy shake with too much whipped cream and a small sliver of pumpkin pie for dunking!
This is a great recipe for the holidays; it tastes great and it feels like fall when you drink it. It is similar to the Starbucks® Pumpkin Spice Latte, but I personally like this better. Top with whipped cream and pumpkin pie spice.
I don't normally drink pumpkin spice lattes, but when I do, I make my own and don't drop 5 dollars at the corner coffee stand. And this version, with a spicy kick, actually has pumpkin in it! Cooking the pumpkin and the spices in the saucepan eliminates any raw squash flavor and makes the spices toastier. And the black pepper gives this latte a nice kick.
I like blended and frozen drinks, so after trying the limited edition Kahlua® pumpkin spice holiday flavor I decided to see what I could come up with. It is delicious! Please use heavy whipping cream. It is available in small pint-sized containers. It is not much, but it adds a necessary creaminess to the drink texture. The pumpkin puree also adds to the pumpkin flavor. Feel free to garnish as desired with additional pumpkin spice, whipped cream, or both. Enjoy!