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    Beverages

    It's always time for tea! Or coffee! Or something a little more exciting (i.e something with a kick)! Beverages are my favourite thing in the whole world. Right now I probably have over forty boxes of tea sitting in my pantry. Gosh. But when it's time for something other than tea from a box, here are some lovely ideas.
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    For Thanksgiving, or other occasions, this is a refreshing, colorful and easy apperitif.

    Recipe #103805

    Having an elegant holiday party? Here's your punch! It's reworded from Christmas with Southern Living 2004.

    Recipe #142594

    Oooh... coffee AND eggnog AND whiskey. Sounds like the perfect concoction. It's from the Better Homes and Gardens website.

    Recipe #142179

    This sounds rich and lovely. I can't wait to try it. It is reworded from the Better Homes and Gardens website.

    Recipe #142189

    These sachets would make an excellent gifts, tied to a bottle of wine or cider. The recipe is slightly reworded from the Better Homes and Gardens website.

    Recipe #142187

    8 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Lots of spice and good cheer to warm you and your guest during the cold winter holidays! Hibiscus flowers can be omitted or hibiscus tea bag can be used. Serve right from the crock pot so it stay warm can be diluted with a little warmed water or cranberry juice. Garnish with fresh Cranberries.

    Recipe #76366

    My mother always made mulled cider during the fall and winter for any holiday gatherings. It makes the house smell wonderful. This version works best with good quality cider, but I have sometimes been forced to use grocery store jugs and it still tastes good. This will be highly spiced and has a bit of a citrusy tang from the lemons. Serving size will vary greatly depending upon the size of your crock.

    Recipe #45612

    On a cold, bleak day, this is ideal as a pre-dinner drink. This quantity makes 2 generous serves, or 4 small serves. Freshly squeezed orange juice, of course, is ideal - but you can get away with bottled orange juice.

    Recipe #124503

    17 Reviews |  By Mirj

    This makes a great gift, especially if you're making it for yourself.

    Recipe #13864

    I found these pudding shots on the TOH board. I've made this many different times and I'm not allowed to attend the annual family reunion weekend without bringing these. I've switched out the irish cream liquor and used raspberry schnapps and cheesecake pudding, lemon schnapps and lemon pudding, rootbeer schnapps and vanilla pudding, plus many other combos. Any flavor combination that you can find a complimentary liquor for will work.

    Recipe #107198

    4 Reviews |  By Kree

    I'm posting this for my mother, who adores anything lavender. I haven't tried it yet but it sounds delicious and refreshing.

    Recipe #93440

    This soothing beverage is fragrant, warming, and delightful. Make it with half rice milk and half soy milk for a rich but not-too-sweet taste. (This recipe is from the book "The Vegan Sourcebook".)

    Recipe #26595

    6 Reviews |  By Kree

    I drink this tea almost every day. The peppermint and fennel both calm the stomach and aid digestion, and the fennel is also great for reducing bloating and gas. Just be careful if you're prone to GERD (heartburn), since peppermint can trigger it in people who are susceptible. For a different flavor, you can replace about half the peppermint with spearmint! Spearmint also helps with digestion.

    Recipe #93523

    11 Reviews |  By Rita~

    This is wonderful just to open and sniff! I made four jars one with lavender and sugar put into my vita mix to make into lavender powdered sugar(Which is nice if you don't want lavender buds in your baking. Or to add to a cup of comforting tea), then jarred two with lavender and the fourth I put in a vanilla bean. Can be used in cake or cookie mixes, a cup of tea, in a frosting or glaze, salad dressing or just take a sniff every now and again! A great way to make the summer stay a little longer! I also made lavender jelly with it! Makes a great gift.

    Recipe #101039

    You can easily double or triple this recipe, it keeps well in the fridge.

    Recipe #10696

    4 Reviews |  By Rita~

    A great way to end an old year and Bring in the New Year!!!! Or any Celebration! Cheers!!!!!

    Recipe #49905

    In my love for anything orange-flavored and for most things cranberry, I discovered this tasty champagne cocktail. It's a perfect, different touch for your New Year's celebrations!

    Recipe #79189

    A soothing hot drink.

    Recipe #80079

    One of my mom's special treats. Don't know where she got it, but sure is delicious.

    Recipe #43411

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