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You could stick to the classic beer, wine, and soda for your holiday get-togethers, or you could try out one of these original amazing holiday drink recipes! These are simple, but fun recipes that would be perfect for any holiday party. I’ve included both alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks to fit anyone at your party!
Alcoholic Holiday Drink Recipes
Chocolate Peppermint White Russian
This recipe comes from mamalikestocook.com and it looks absolutely delicious. This would be a great after-dinner or dessert drink!
Festive Cranberry Margarita
This recipe was provided by celebratingtheseason.com where there is a whole section of drink recipes! I love everything cranberry, and it’s a great way to make a typically warm-weather drink holiday appropriate.
This drink from sugarandsoul.com can be alcoholic or non-alcoholic – or you can make a batch of each! I just love the idea of garnishing this drink with yummy fruits like pineapple or pomegranate.
Pomegranates seem to be the fruit of the season with this delicious-looking recipe from freshcoasteats.com. I know I already love mimosas, but I didn’t know pomegranate juice was a thing! This is definitely one I am excited to try out!
Apple Butter Old Fashioned Cocktail
If you’re a whiskey or bourbon fan, I definitely recommend this recipe from simplehappyfoodie.com. I love apple butter in the fall, so why not bring it to the holidays too!
Non-Alcoholic Holiday Drink Recipes
Mulled Sangria Mocktail
This recipe from a wortheylife.com is easily cooked in an InstantPot. I personally love sangria because of all the different fruit you can put in it!
Christmas Grinch Punch
How fun is this recipe?! Kids and adults alike will love this Christmas Grinch punch from crayonsandcravings.com. I know it might look like it’s radioactive, but it’s full of yummy ingredients like sherbet and sprite!
The World’s Creamiest, Most Delicious Hot Chocolate
Just the title of this recipe is making me want it! From savingtalents.com this hot chocolate recipe is made in the crockpot. I keep meaning to try something like this for my students at school!
After writing this post I am thinking I need to make myself a drink! Here are some fun Christmas stemless wine glasses that would be perfect for any of these holiday drink recipes! Also, to get you in the holiday spirit, check out my post of inspirational holiday quotes. What are your favorite drinks to make for the holidays? Share in the comments!