drink-recipes-all-can-enjoy-this-holiday-seasonThe holiday season is quickly approaching and so are holiday cocktail parties. There is no better way to cozy up to a fire or spend quality time with family and friends than with a festive cocktail in hand.

Holiday cocktails are bound to get you in the festive spirit and are most enjoyed when surrounded by your loved ones. Kids will love to enjoy a virgin, non-alcoholic holiday drink with their friends while watching their favorite festive movie.

Let’s take a look at some popular festive drinks.

Candy Cane Cocktail

This is sure to get you in the holiday spirit and it’s very simple to make as well. Mix together 1 shot of vanilla rum, 1 shot of white chocolate liqueur, 1 shot of peppermint schnapps, and a candy cane to garnish.

Cranberry Sparkler

This is the perfect non-alcoholic beverage to enjoy this new year’s eve. Simply pour sparkling cranberry juice over ice, add a shot of Sprite and two teaspoons of lemon juice. Stir and enjoy.

Holiday Eggnog

This holiday favorite is enjoyed by one and all. Make a whole batch for the family! Whip together 8 eggs, 1 can of condensed milk, 3 canned peach halves, 1 teaspoon of vanilla extract, two 8-oz. Cups of rum, and garnish with cinnamon powder.

Virgin Peppermint Martini

This yummy non-alcoholic drink is the perfect evening martini. Crush 1 regular sized candy cane into small pieces and put aside. Combine 1 shot of regular unsweetened almond milk, ½ shot of cold brew peppermint tea, and 1 tablespoon nondairy chocolate syrup. Pour over a single large ice cube and top with the crushed candy cane pieces.

Santa’s Sleigh Cocktail

Combine 2 cups of store-bought eggnog, chilled, ½ cup of amaretto liqueur, 1 teaspoon of ground nutmeg, 2 scoops of vanilla ice cream, and 4 cinnamon sticks to garnish. This is one all your friends will enjoy!

This holiday season, raise a glass to holiday cheer and choose your favorite cocktails to serve at the next get together.

Freshly ground nutmeg, gingerbread cookies baking, and fruit cake for dessert; the holiday season is full of unique recipes fit for the whole family to enjoy. Create a favorable batch of mocktails for your kids to enjoy. Add a cinnamon stick to any cocktail to give it that truly jovial vibe.

Whether you enjoy a frothy cocktail, savory spritzer, or a sour drink, there are plenty of celebratory drinks to choose from. Save time at your Christmas get together by making a batch of your favorite drink for all your guests to enjoy.

This way the drink is already made so you can focus on spending time with your guests and not being the bartender.

Cocktails don’t have to be confusing to make –  and by altering the recipes to suit your tastes, you can tailor almost any drink to suit your taste buds.