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    10 Reviews |  By Lennie

    This recipe is easily cut in half if this is too much. This refreshing punch is delicious, and always a hit at any summer gathering. Use a Citrus Ice Ring (recipe posted separately) in the punch bowl -- it's pretty, and it keeps the punch cold.

    Recipe #24691

    This lovely drink came courtesy of Better Homes and Gardens. Enjoy!

    Recipe #109246

    A Dunkin' Donuts Coffee recipe.

    Recipe #143553

    Good for the cold mornings. Make sure you use a heavy pan. If you use a light one you may burn your chocolate. The heavier the pan the longer it will take.

    Recipe #53195

    Sweet mocha with vanilla and cream, garnished with nutmeg.

    Recipe #163318

    Another warm beverage for those crisp autumn and brisk winter days! Wrap me up in a blanket and show me the fireplace!

    Recipe #39688

    One morning when it was really cold and raining out, I was doing my Crossing Guard job at the corner I "work" at. A few yards from the corner is a small Espresso/coffee hut. After I got done and was getting ready to leave the corner, one of the girls who works at the espresso hut came up to me and asked me if I wanted either a hot chocolate or a Hot Caramel Apple Cider. I opted for the Hot Caramel Apple Cider. I was so cold and wet that I drank it hot without letting it cool off at all!! It was so good and it immediately started to warm me up. I could taste the caramel in it. A couple of days later when I got one on my own I asked what was in it and the girl who gave me my first one, told me. I think I have the right amounts of ingredients. You can add more caramel sauce and/or vanilla to suit your taste. This recipe can easily be multiplied to serve more people. I am sure you could use apple juice if you don't have apple cider on hand.

    Recipe #78607

    Sip a different tea this time !! Besides the herbal qualities of cloves, this promises an indulgence of a different type... you can have it black as well though I recommend a dash of milk !!!

    Recipe #15412

    The cornflour/starch is the 'trick' in this recipe. Trust me.

    Recipe #144758

    For those cold winter nights.... (source - supermarket flyer)

    Recipe #134534

    3 Reviews |  By rsarahl

    Hot Mulled cider with an orange twist! It's like summer kissing fall and is an invitation to sweater weather. 1 serving = 1 carbohydrate/fruit exchange

    Recipe #40687

    A soothing hot drink.

    Recipe #80079

    9 Reviews |  By PaulaG

    This is a warming recipe for the winter months. Great after a dash through the snow. The recipe is from Plain & Fancy, a cookbook by the Junior League of Richardson, TX.

    Recipe #146659

    In this region, the tea is always served sweet. Adjust the sweetness to your liking.

    Recipe #171615

    18 Reviews |  By 2bizzy

    I saw Paula make this and just had to try it. It's really good!

    Recipe #138566

    This is my mother's recipe, originally from the 1800's, modern conversions are in parentheses. I grew up drinking it in the winter but like it year round, even iced. I suggest letting the flavors in the tea blend before you serve it, the cloves will become more pronounced. No offense to you powdered spiced tea people, but this is the real thing!

    Recipe #105840

    7 Reviews |  By ~Nimz~

    So easy, but so nice. From CookingLight

    Recipe #147145

    Talk about comfort! This is so warming (hard to think about it in the summer)--BF and I made this and drank it over the winter break.

    Recipe #34032

    8 Reviews |  By Anu

    Desperate for something soothing while battling with a runny nose, I made this today using whatever I had on hand, and relished every bit of it! This is great for the cold weather, and just the perfect remedy for red noses and itchy throats... and it tastes wonderful as well! Please note that microwave times with vary depending on the manufacturer.

    Recipe #49451

    6 Reviews |  By chia

    if you're in the mood for a different type of hot beverage try this one

    Recipe #75822

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