When the days start getting shorter, and the temperatures start to drop, it is nice to have a nice warm mug in your hands. Hot beverages are a large part of that cozy feeling in cold weather. Many of the popular coffee house drinks are not vegan, but you should not have to miss out on these treats when the chill hits the air. That is why we have collected this list of vegan hot beverages for cold weather. Whether you need to cozy up with a book and a blanket, or you are having a family get together for the holidays, this list will have the hot beverages that you need.
Loving coffee too much? Or is there any such thing as loving it too much? Here are new and interesting recipes for coffee beverages that bracing and delicious and that you can make at home for a fraction of how much you’ll pay at cafés.. Enjoy your coffee with a twist by exploring the following recipes more→
Though this classic recipe is called a tea, it’s really an infusion of fresh ginger and lemon — nothing “tea” about it other than how healthful it is and how soothing it is to drink. To learn about some of the benefits of this beverage, see 5 Reasons Why You Should Drink Ginger Lemon Tea. more→
Eggnog is the official beverage of December. It’s rare to encounter it any other time, and truly is Christmas spirit in a cup. We were so pleased when we whipped up this vegan eggnog mixture and created an egg-free version to sip with some spiced rum or on its own. Extra nutmeg always welcome! Recipe and photo contributed by Samantha Shorkey, from The Vegan Project. To order What to Feed that Effing Vegan: The Holiday Edition, VegKitchen readers can get this instantly downloadable pdf e-book for just $5 (regularly $7) by entering coupon code: thateffingvegkitchen — which includes 20+ delicious recipes to create a full course holiday dinner plus appetizers, brunch, cocktails, desserts and many gluten-free options! more→
The taste and aroma of Mexican chocolate are hard to resist. The notes of almond, cinnamon, and vanilla with just a hint of spice from cayenne pepper will take your taste buds to another world. Be careful with the cayenne, though —with such a sweet base underneath it, the heat jumps out quick. If you aren’t paying attention when you add that dash, you’ll have one spicy hot cocoa on your hands! Contributed by Alicia C. Simpson from Quick and Easy Low-Cal Vegan Comfort Food: 150 Down-Home Recipes Packed with Flavor, Not Calories*, © 2012, published by The Experiment. Photo by Sara Lynn Paige. more→