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Drinks that look good for the holidays! Hot and cold ones.
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A simple recipe using ice cream or frozen yogurt and pumpkin pie filling. It's from cooking class.

Recipe #391966

2 Reviews |  By katew

An after dinner beverage from a little book called "That's Life ". Substitute another liqueur for Bailey's if you prefer.

Recipe #385297

Make sure to use a good quality cocoa for this one. Its so good, please don't be tempted to not use the SALT...it enhances the dark depths of the bittersweet chocolate and the sweet golden carmel.

Recipe #335544

From Krystina Castella's book Pops! In addition to the ingredients you will need 24 Popsicle sticks and 2 ice cube trays.

Recipe #327613

3 Reviews |  By Annacia

As the leaves change to glorious rust and pumpkin and ruby reds in regions blessed with a "true autumn", the desire for something spicy to drink while watching the theatre of the changing leaves is definitely on order. This drink makes the grade, and then some.

Recipe #323299

Here's a classic that's guaranteed to warm you up on a chilly winter day. Pass the brandy separately for those who want it. Garnish each drink with a cinnnamon stick and enjoy!

Recipe #321182

A very rich and potent eggnog. It was suggested it be served Xmas morning at breakfast! I found it was great for an open house and certainly a small punch cup is adequate. Yummy

Recipe #258838

Yummy eggnog!! Perfect for a cool winter night. This recipe is a traditional recipe from The Dominican Republic. Enjoy!! :)

Recipe #253302

A hot wine with a lot of flavor you can buy from street vendors in Germany during cold weather or at the famous Christmas markets. Very easy to make.

Recipe #251018

When I was a teen back in the late '60's we would take Dr. Pepper and heat it on the stove, add a slice of lemon and boy was it good in the winter. This recipe reminded me of that and sounds interesting.

Recipe #224010

This sweet cocktail can be used as a dessert, too. Though similar to regular eggnog, the white chocolate liqueur makes this drink even more decadent. Serve with cookies or a simple dark chocolate poundcake for a rich ending to the evening.

Recipe #200423

This recipe comes from a dear friend who lived in Metro D.C. It keeps in the refrigerator for several weeks.

Recipe #200057

Rosie Perez made these on The Martha Stewart Show and they look to die for! There are no eggs in this recipe. Prep time does not include refrigerator time.

Recipe #166586

1 Reviews |  By EDahlen

This is a holiday favorite to enjoy on a cold winter day.

Recipe #199243

How refreshing and crisp this looks, unlike mulled cider. It's from the Sandra Lee website.

Recipe #194105

Wonderful for a chilly evening, after a lovely dinner. Sit back and relax!

Recipe #198751

With fall fast approaching I plan to give this a try. It comes from the Sep/Oct 2005 issue of Quick Cooking, offered by Edna Hoffman.

Recipe #137727

An eggnog mixture of old, always enjoyed on January First! A note here is the selection of the rum; there are many favourites, but I would advocate for Lemon Hart Dark, as being the best "mixing" rum to go with the eggnog. (yes you can do this with white tum, Rye, or even Scotch and Brandy, but I wouldn't thank you for the last two!) The drink of choice of too many New Years Day Levees!

Recipe #192390

A wonderful after-dinner drink.

Recipe #76304

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