Can you give me a recipe for a good thanksgiving drink?

Something cold and refreshing, but goes with the heavy flavors of thanksgiving.

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11 Responses to “Can you give me a recipe for a good thanksgiving drink?”

  1. AmeliaRose said:

    my church has a drink for kids and adults that is that grape juice that is all carbonated with sherbert hte same flavor. it taste ectastic and energizing.

  2. Meme Care said:

    anything with pumpkin in it!

  3. Germs said:

    1 shot triple sec, 1 shot Gin and cranberry juice and squeeze lemon chill and serve in a martini glass

  4. MrRight said:

    Cranberry juice with pieces of Lemon ( the yellow kind)
    mix with real cranberries cut in half……

    put the lemons on the freezer and when ready throw them on the pot

  5. bigboy11569 said:

    whoo whoo
    get tall glass fill with ice put equal parts vodka nd peach schnapps half way then fill with cranberry juice nd stir

  6. <3Never♥Change<3 said:

    I don’t know about this recipe for a cold and refreshing drink that goes with thanksgiving, but this would make an absolute best desert drink!

    Pumpkin Pie Hot Chocolate Drink

    1 1/2 tablespoons cocoa powder
    2 1/2 tablespoons sugar
    1/4 teaspoon pumpkin spice
    1/4 teaspoon vanilla extract
    1/8 teaspoon almond extract
    4 1/2 cups milk (I use soy milk because I’m lactose-intolerant so either will work)
    2 teaspoons instant coffee powder

    FOR MICROWAVE:.
    Stir indredients together as well as you can in a large microwavable cup.
    Microwave cup with ingredients in this order (stirring in between): 25 sec., 35 sec., 15 sec.
    Happy drinking!
    FOR STOVETOP:.
    Heat up milk in 2 quart sauce pan on medium-low.
    When milk is warm, add liquids. Stir.
    Add all the dry ingredients, but start with the cocoa powder & WHISK constantly to get all the clumps out.
    When desired temperature is reached, pour into mug & drink!

  7. Georgia Peach said:

    Sangria

    Ingredients:
    2 gallons Zinfandel
    1 cup brandy
    1/2 cup Cointreau
    2 quarts orange juice
    2 cups lemon juice
    1 cup superfine sugar
    12 to 16 ice cubes
    2 quarts chilled club soda
    3 oranges, thinly sliced
    3 lemons, thinly sliced
    Preparation:
    Thoroughly chill all ingredients. Pour the wine, brandy and Cointreau into a large punch bowl. Stir orange and lemon juice with the sugar until sugar has dissolved. Then add to bowl and stir to blend. Add ice cubes and soda and garnish with fruit slices.

    Happy Holidays!!

  8. answerqueen said:

    EGG NOG…. Or a sprite with fruit juice flavors added to it

  9. Freespiritseeker said:

    Frosty Lemon Chiller
    2 cups vanilla low-fat yogurt
    1 can (16 oz.) peach slices in juice, drained
    1 can (8 oz.) pineapple chunks in unsweetened juice
    1 large banana, sliced
    1 tub CRYSTAL LIGHT Lemonade Flavor Low Calorie Soft Drink Mix
    1 cup ice cubes
    3 cups cold water
    8 strawberries

    PLACE yogurt, peaches, pineapple with its juice, the banana, drink mix and ice in blender; cover. Blend on high speed until smooth. POUR water into large plastic or glass pitcher. Add yogurt mixture; stir until well blended. SERVE over ice cubes in tall glasses. Top each serving with a strawberry.

    Kool-Aid Fizz
    2 Tbsp. KOOL-AID Sugar-Sweetened Soft Drink Mix, any flavor
    1 cup cold club soda or seltzer

    PLACE soft drink mix in tall glass. Gradually add club soda, stirring until soft drink mix is completely dissolved.
    ADD ice cubes. Serve immediately.

  10. carltonriddick said:

    There is a good Cranberry drink here…
    http://laptopriches.com/cookbook/thanksgiving/

  11. dnt4get2luvme said:

    try the pumpkin eggnog recipe i have

    i use one half gallon size of eggnog from the grocery store, add half a can of pumpkin pie filling from Libby and 1tsp each of Cinnamon and nutmeg. You can also use pumpkin pie spice and just use 1 1/2 tsp of that. i top each glass off with whipped cream its so yummy for the holidays




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