In just about a month, we’ll be gathering around tables filled with lots of tasty food. You’ll stuff the turkey, mash the potatoes, bake the pies, and butter those rolls. But what about the beverages or some Thanksgiving punch recipes?
It seems that with all the delicious Thanksgiving foods, we often forget about the drinks to accompany our holiday dinner. This year, the drinks don’t have to be an afterthought. Break out the punch bowl, and get ready to enjoy some tasty new additions to your meal with these Thanksgiving punch recipes.
Here are some easy apple recipes your guests will love!
You can’t ever go wrong with apple cider in the fall. This recipe gives the autumnal classic a little update and will serve a large crowd. When you add the spiced sugar rim to each glass, you are sure to have a hit. You may never return to plain apple cider after this punch. Find the recipe here, and get to drinking!
This punch couldn’t be simpler. With only four ingredients, the prep work is easy and definitely rewarding. The classic cranberry taste will accompany your dinner perfectly. In a large punch bowl, the vibrant color will also add some beauty to your table. Take your cranberry juice to the next level!5 Delicious Thanksgiving Punch Recipes For A Crowd Click To Tweet
I don’t know if I’ve had many drinks that include pear juice, but I know that will be changing very soon. This pear punch makes me want to celebrate Thanksgiving right now. With ginger ale and fresh pear slices to garnish, I can’t wait to try this out in a couple weeks. If you’re a little apprehensive about pear flavors, try this recipe and you might just be a believer.
If you’re looking for another cranberry treat, this hot punch recipe will be sure to meet your needs. It’s got a bit of sweetness, a bit of tang, and that nice hot kick from the cinnamon candies. This could be an after dinner treat with pie or a just the perfect beverage for your Thanksgiving feast. Spice up your cranberry flavor this season with this hot cinnamon punch.
Though this may be on the more involved side of recipes, this pumpkin version of eggnog is a must-have. Not only is it rich and creamy, but it’s also non-dairy, so feel free to share it with everyone! When I read fresh grated nutmeg, I know I have to try this recipe. You’ll love adding this to your Thanksgiving traditions, but you might as well make it ahead of time. Just to test it out, of course.
This Thanksgiving, impress your guests with the best drink table they’ve ever seen. Mix up a punch or two, and enjoy the flavors of fall. Your holiday feast will surely be a good one. Make it even better with these tasty beverages.