There's no need to head out to the malt shop when you have this easy milkshake recipe on hand. The ultimate in retro comfort food, milkshakes are actually...
Author: By Betty Crocker Kitchens
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No need for ice in these Frozen Fruit Smoothies from Food Network Kitchen: Frozen bananas and berries add a rich, creamy thickness with milk, yogurt and...
Rachael Ray's hot buttered rum from Food Network is a classic warm drink to serve at a holiday party.
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Author: Ina Garten
Nancy Fuller, of Food Network's Farmhouse Rules, shares her recipe for warm Spiced Cider spiked with bourbon.
Author: Nancy Fuller
Shake up your own refreshing Mojito cocktail, blended with the traditional lime, mint and rum, with this recipe from Food Network.
The fizz from the ginger ale makes this fruity punch a hit at any party!
Author: Betty Crocker Kitchens
Coquito may translate to little coconut, but this boozy drink is big on coconut flavor. Traditionally served around Christmas, this holiday drink originated...
A bottle of Pinot Grigio, ginger ale, orange juice and fresh blueberries are all you need to make our DIY Wine Coolers. They're the perfect way to toast...
Author: Paula Jones
Author: Geoffrey Zakarian
This warm and toasty cocktail might stir up memories of cozy winter nights gone by-when the smell of fresh-baked gingerbread filled the air and the twinkling...
For a festive gathering, mix a pitcher of Bobby Flay's Red Wine Sangria featuring pomegranates and blackberries, from Boy Meets Grill on Food Network.
Author: Bobby Flay
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Author: Dave Lieberman
There's nothing like warm, spicy apple cider to break the ice when you're entertaining on a chilly day.
Author: Katie Lee Biegel
Author: Guy Fieri
Savor the warm spices of this seasonal coffee shop favorite in your very own kitchen (any time of year) and save a few bucks! A little pumpkin puree added...
Author: Trisha Yearwood
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Author: Michael Chiarello : Food Network
The Mai Tai originated in California and was introduced to Hawaii in the 1940s, where orange and pineapple juices were added to create the Royal Hawaiian...
Author: Sandra Lee
Author: Anne Burrell
This Indian drink is like a mango milkshake and is delicious.
Author: Jamie Oliver
Nothing says summer like a glass of ice-cold Old-Fashioned Lemonade. Our homemade simple lemonade recipe is so much easier than you think, and we'll walk...
Author: Alton Brown
Once you get the hang of using it, a French press delivers consistent results and a heavier-bodied brew. Plus it makes your morning coffee ritual much...