5 Healthy Drinks to Warm Your Bones this Winter

When the snow is blowing and the wind chill takes a nosedive, having an arsenal of warm drinks for winter is a must. After all, there’s nothing more soothing or comforting than a warm drink to curl up with and heat you up from the inside out.


Over the years, I’ve tried lots of great cold-weather beverage recipes and have found some that really hit the mark. Bonus if they could be shared with family and friends, making them as heart-warming as they are tummy-warming.

You know that hands down, my favorite warm drink is Cacao Bliss Hot Chocolate, but if that's not your thing, or you're looking for something new to warm your bones, here are my top 5 favorite warm drinks for winter, and the best part? They all have health benefits! So, drink up!


1. Golden Milk Tea

Featuring turmeric and ginger, this is the most soothing and healing Golden Milk Tea you can get your hands on. Plus, it’s easy to make! Try Earth Echo's Golden Superfood Bliss. Your tastebuds and your body will thank you later. 


2. Mexican Hot Chocolate

Spice up your life (and your tastebuds) with this hot chocolate elixir featuring a metabolism-boosting kick!


3. Beauty Hot Toddy 

Amped up with maca powder, collagen, and my own raw cacao/superfood blend, this nonalcoholic hot toddy recipe enhances your beauty and rejuvenates your soul.


4. Healing Orange Hot Cocoa

Rich and creamy, orange-scented, and full of anti-inflammatory properties, this hot cocoa curbs chocolate cravings while providing a satisfying way to sip.


5. Super Healthy Coffee

This fat-burning, metabolism-revving healthy coffee recipe is sure to kick start your morning or give your daily workout a boost. Plus, it’s absolutely delicious!


You can’t go wrong with any (or all) of these warm drinks for winter. Have you tried any of them yet? Which one sounds the yummiest? Leave a comment below. And cheers!



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5 Warm Drinks by Danette May