It's time for Fall at Home: Hunker down, bundle up, and make the season as cozy as possible with our foolproof guide to autumn.
Is there anything better than sipping on a warm drink while surrounded by fall leaves? Actually, there is — sipping on a warm drink surrounded by fall leaves while cozying up at home.
To help you achieve this level of autumn delight from the comfort of your own home, we've gathered some of the best warm fall drink recipes out there.
1. Muy Bueno Cooking Mexican Hot Chocolate
Made with Mexican chocolate and cinnamon sticks, this drink is bound to get you in the fall spirit. If you're so inclined, you can even add Kahlúa or peppermint schnapps for an extra kick.
2. Jessica in the Kitchen Warm Spiced Apple Cider
Nothing screams autumn more than a warm cup of spiced apple cider. This particular recipe is made in a slow cooker for several hours, which means your home is bound to smell amazing while it's brewing.
3. Marcsi’s Plate Pumpkin Spice Latte
Pumpkin spice lattes are anything but "basic." They're warm, sweet, and energizing all at the same time — what more could you want? Even better, this Marcsi's Plate version can be made at home.
4. Cook with Manali Pumpkin Spice Chai Tea Latte
If tea is more your speed, you can easily incorporate pumpkin spice into your chai latte. Using chai tea bags, this recipe will only take you ten minutes to whip up.
5. Spoon Fork Bacon Hot and Creamy Butterbeer
Transport yourself to Hogwarts with this delicious butterbeer drink. Bonus points will be awarded if you watch the Harry Potter films while sipping on this beverage.
6. Mexico in My Kitchen Sweet Corn Atole
If you've never tried atole — a popular Mexican drink created with corn and/or masa — now is the perfect time to give it a chance. Made with cinnamon, sugar, and pureed corn grains, this drink is sure to make your tastebuds happy.
7. Minimalist Baker Vegan Peppermint Drinking Chocolate
Nothing is better for crisp, chilly weather than a peppermint-chocolate drink. Minimalist Baker's vegan version is made with only four ingredients and can be topped with coconut whipped cream and crushed peppermint for extra pizazz.
Anna is a Los Angeles-based writer and editor who covers lifestyle and design content for Hunker. She's written for Apartment Therapy, the L.A. Times, Forge, and more. She previously worked as the lifestyle editor at HelloGiggles and deputy editor at So Yummy. Her email: email@example.com