This tropical twist on one of our classic cocktails is a little bit sweeter and a whole lot cooler. Pro-tip: Mix it up in a blender for optimal smoothness.
A classic brunch cocktail, our DIY variation packs some heat. If your guests start sweating, definitely do not apologize.
A hot cup of white cocoa with a spiced chai twist is the perfect warm-up after hours in the snow. Start the slow cooker when everyone heads out to play, and it’ll be ready when you return. Add a splash of brandy for the grown-ups. Top servings with whipped cream and a pinch of cinnamon.
This mixes heavenly dalgona coffee (the South Korean cold whipped coffee drink that went viral during quarantine) with a hot pumpkin spice latte and added a shot of Kahlua® for a little extra cheer.
Nothing is more perfect on a clear fall day than a refreshing apple bourbon cocktail. Premium Jim Beam® Bourbon meets the juicy tartness of apple for a refreshingly crisp cocktail you can sip on during game day or right along with dinner.
A thick, creamy, chocolaty shake that is keto friendly and quick to make with only 4 ingredients.
Every fall I eagerly await this iced coffee from that famous coffee shop. What I don’t like is that it can be pricey. So I decided to make my own pumpkin cream to be able to enjoy it year round.
I’m very excited to be showing you how to make real, authentic, vintage lemonade–the kind you might enjoy on a hot summer day at one of those stands at the state fair. Most of us make lemonade just out of lemon juice, but as you may know, the oils in the lemon peel contain a tremendous amount of flavor, and once you drink this, you won’t want to go back to drinking it how you used to.
Surprising simple and refreshing! I don’t use the blender piece as my pitcher for this drink but feel free to do so if you wish.
Who knew a smoothie could taste so amazing while packing in anti-inflammatory benefits! I use a Vitamix® blender and I do not hull the strawberries. If your blender is a different brand, you will need to hull the strawberries.