Yep, another warm smoothie. The addition of peanut butter makes this an extra indulgent take on hot chocolate. Plus, it includes a hit of chili powder to really warm up your taste buds. Blend in some protein powder, and this smoothie becomes a delicious way to recover from exercising in the cold.
If you’re a total fall fanatic, this is the drink for you. It’s packed with all the good stuff—real pumpkin, creamy almond milk, cocoa powder, fragrant spices, and a touch of maple syrup. We’re already dreaming about sipping this stuff on a Sunday morning, bundled in blankets while reading a good book.
Matcha green tea and coconut milk are a matcha made in heaven. Since matcha is quite bitter on its own, this latte is lightly sweetened with honey. If you’ve ever bought matcha, you’ll know that good quality varieties can get expensive—but it’s so worth it. For one thing, matcha is known to be much higher in antioxidants than regular old green tea. And when not using matcha to make drinks, you can even use it in baking (hello, matcha cookies).
Before PSLs hit the scene, hot apple cider was the king of warm drinks. This version elevates plain apple cider by adding chai tea and a bit of fresh ginger. The result is a soothing, aromatic drink you’ll be longing to curl up with.