Thanksgiving Drinks To Satisfy Your Thirsty Guests

Cranberry & Orange Punch You have taken the time to create a wonderful Thanksgiving dinner menu.  You took the time to bake several different pies for dessert.  All that remains is trying to decide what to give your guests...

Cranberry & Orange Punch
Cranberry & Orange Punch

You have taken the time to create a wonderful Thanksgiving dinner menu.  You took the time to bake several different pies for dessert.  All that remains is trying to decide what to give your guests to drink.  Here are a few Thanksgiving drinks that your guests are sure to enjoy.

Hard Cider Sangria: Skip the traditional bottle of wine this Thanksgiving, and replace it with sangria.  They are quick and easy to make.  Food & Wine's hard cider sangria not only tastes like fall, but by using different color apples it looks festive too.

Warm Cider and Rum Punch: If you are looking for something to serve a crowd, Martha Stewart's cider and rum punch is the answer.  Not only will this fall punch warm up your guests, your house will smell amazing while it is simmering on the stove.

Blood Orange-Pomegranate Mimosas: Looking for a festive drink for a toast?  Consider Eating Well's version of a mimosa. By replacing the traditional orange juice with blood orange and pomegranate juices your drink will be dressed up for Thanksgiving dinner.

Spicy Holiday Lemonade: Food Network's holiday lemonade is a nice balance to the holiday's heavy food.  This is sure to be a refreshing crowd pleaser.

Fizzy Pear Ginger Punch:  Your drinks do not need to contain alcohol in order to be festive.  Serious Eats has a punch recipe that captures the essence of fall. This pear punch is sure to please everyone.  Consider placing candied ginger in each glass for a special touch.

Cranberry Fizz Punch: Do not forget the children attending your meal. They would appreciate a drink that was made especially for them.  Punchbowl's fizz punch will be a prefect punch for the children's table.  It contains festive cranberries and lemon-lime soda.

We, too, would like to raise a glass with you and celebrate everything that Thanksgiving means to you. Feel free to contact us if you have a recipe to share, or a recipe that you would like to find.