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10 Healthy Non-Alcoholic Hot drink Recipes to warm you up this winter

Winter has arrived, and if you’re like me find yourself struggling in cold nights looking for something to warm you up, these hot drink recipes are made for us. Whether you are a coffee fan or a tea fan it’s always a good idea to enjoy a hot drink to warm up, it’s relaxing after a long cold tiring day, and what’s even better is if this drink you’re enjoying is both delicious and healthy!

So in this post, I gathered my top 10 favorite healthy hot drink recipes and I’m sure you’ll love them as much as I do

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Hot drink recipes for winter

1. Healthy Hot Chocolate:

The Most Famous of all Winter Hot Drink Recipes!

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healthy hot chocolate

And it’s famous for a reason! When you think of winter the first thing that comes to your mind is hot chocolate, we used to make this recipe since we were kids and Well Nourished made this amazing hot chocolate recipe. It’s a nice blend with many healthy ingredients rich in anti-oxidant, anti-inflammatory, improves circulation, and supports liver function. This hot chocolate recipe is easy to make so you should definitely try it!

2. Moroccan sore throat tea:

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Moroccan sore throat tea

If you’re more of a tea person and you usually suffer from sore throat during the cold days of winter, this Moroccan tea recipe is for you.

Sylvia from Feasting at home describes how this amazing tea saved her from a painful sore throat “And that is pretty much what I drank for the next 3 days. It totally saved me and was an absolute godsend”.

You can use this delicious tea as a natural home remedy or simply as a hot drink to enjoy in winter.

3. Immune Boosting Turmeric Tea:

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immune boosting turmeric tea

This is another amazing tea/natural remedy, Bobby Parrish from flavcity made this easy recipe. I liked how he talked about the ingredients and how each ingredient affects one another, also the recipe comes with a video on how to make this tea so it makes instructions easier for you to follow.

4. Hot Ginger Lemon Water:

hot ginger lemon water
hot ginger lemon water

This recipe is not just easy to make, but it’s also nourishing and delicious, it’s my favorite hot drink choice of all time not just in winter, and what’s not to like? It’s vegan, dairy-free, easy and it’s almost calorie-free! As the title of the recipe reveals it contains ginger and lemon, my top favorite ingredients thanks to their super anti-oxidant powers.

Minimalist Baker nailed this recipe! With very clear instructions and beautiful shots

5. Cinnamon Apple Cider Gut Tonic:

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cinnamon apple cider tonic

Liz Moody made this healthy hot drink recipe that comes with four ingredients mixed together as a super-powerful digestive aid and immunity booster that is special for cold winter nights. Mixing cinnamon with apple cider makes it taste delicious!

6. Homemade Rooibos Chai Tea:

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rooibos chai tea

This special hot drink recipe was made by Debbie Steinbock from Mindful Family Medicine. I call it the super healthy tea because it contains so many healthy ingredients such as nutmeg, cinnamon, fennel seeds and so much more!

7. Winter Fruit Tea:

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winter fruits tea

If you’re like me tend to eat less fruits on winter days and focus more on making hot drink recipes, and then you end up feeling guilty because you know that you must eat your fruits, well, this tea recipe is the solution for us. Qiaerista made this delicious recipe that contains a selection of winter season fruits.

8. Paleo Pumpkin Spice Latte:

Paleo Pumpkin Spice Latte
Paleo Pumpkin Spice Latte


For me, this mind-blowing recipe is an after Halloween special, but it has a lot of benefits that make it a great choice for your winter hot drink recipes collection.
Made by The Clean Eating Couple, and as its name reveals it’s a Paleo recipe that contains many healthy ingredients. My favorite thing about this recipe (besides that it has coffee in it) is that it’s flexible, you can replace some of the ingredients if you don’t have them or if you simply prefer another special taste, but if you use the exact same recipe you’ll be amazed by hos delicious it is!

9. Cardamom And Honey Milk:

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cardamom and honey milk

I’ve been trying to use make more plant-based recipes during the quarantine when I discovered some magical seeds that make every hot drink recipe taste way better, and these seeds are Cardamom.

So I was looking for some Cardamom recipes when I found The Nourishing Gourmet’s Cardamom and honey milk and it’s just incredible as I imagined!

The honey and Cardamom mix gives it a special sweet taste. I make this recipe when I’m craving sugar during my detox days and since Cardamom is an excellent detoxifier it makes this recipe healthy and warming for winter days!

10. Coffee:

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coffee

my favorite hot drink of all time! And not just winter. Yes, I’m aware that this is not a real recipe but I had to include coffee in this list because of many reasons. I can talk about coffee and its benefits for hours but I’ll save that for another post and stick to the fact that its anti-oxidants and its delicious flavor make a great choice for a cold winter morning.

you can choose any type of coffee you want, I personally prefer Arabica, doesn’t matter which brand as long as it’s a good quality coffee. I add a teaspoon of ground ginger and a ½ teaspoon of cinnamon to the coffee before starting the machine.

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21 thoughts on “10 Healthy Non-Alcoholic Hot drink Recipes to warm you up this winter”

  1. I love these suggestions. I’ve heard of golden milk but I think I really want to try the honey and cardamom almond milk. I definitely need something for my sweet tooth.

  2. I love these! I’ve been drinking lemon and honey for many years as my Mum used to serve it up to me when I had a cold. I love the hot chocolate and cardamon milk recipes so have bookmarked for later. Thanks for pulling together this wonderful list of hot drink recipes. 🙂

  3. Ooh I’m definitely trying a few of these recipes! I really appreciate how easy and quick they are to make too – when you’re feeling rundown, the last thing you need is a complex drink recipe! Thanks for sharing 🙂

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