I’m bringing you the top drinks for Fall to take the guesswork out of your beverages this season. I’ve got hot drinks, cold and pumpkin too!
I’m diving right into the season with these drinks for the Fall round-up of my favorite Autumn beverages. Sharing both warm drinks for Fall as well as my favorite cooler Fall beverages, I hope this list gives you just what you’re looking for.
Close your eyes while sipping any one of these beverages and think of colorful leaves, pumpkin patches and crisp breezes as well as all the other wonders of Autumn.
I’m starting my list off with some warmer Autumn beverages. I love the aromatic spices of these drinks as well as the way they can bring my family together. Enjoy these with friends or by yourself and ‘sip’ into the season the right way.
Chai Tea Latte
5 from 2 votes
This warm and cozy spiced chai tea latte recipe is just what you need on a cold autumn day. It will fill your home with the aromas of fresh cardamom, ginger and cloves as well as warm you inside and out.
Nothing says cooler weather quite like crockpot apple cider. This version takes it to the next level with flavor. Using a slow cooker makes preparing this hot beverage easier than ever and the mulling cider makes your house smell fantastic.
This homemade Cinnamon Dolce Latte recipe is bursting with all the right flavors. You can make this with an espresso shot or high quality instant coffee. There's no reason to wait in the drive thru line again once you sip this treat.
Autumn seems to run both hot and cold in many parts of the United States. It can be Summer hot one day and Winter chilly the next! So this next group of drinks for Fall are great for those not-so-Fall days when you still want seasonal flavors.
Non-Alcoholic Berry Sangria
4.9 from 7 votes
Dress up your next party not only with decor but also with this vibrant non-alcoholic Berry Sangria. It's full of fruit and flavor, and can be enjoyed by the whole family.
I can’t wait for you to try this crowd pleasing Cinnamon Date Smoothie. It’s perfectly sweet and creamy, and will delight at your next party or family movie night. The dates naturally sweeten this cinnamon smoothie, while the rolled oats thicken it to a milkshake consistency.
This sweet potato smoothie can usher in Fall just like a pumpkin spiced latte… yet is WAY healthier + dairy-free. Serve with a dash of nutmeg on top (mine was more like a spoonful of nutmeg…and it was so gooooood). A creamy, no-banana smoothie that screams, "Happy Fall to you!"
No drinks for Fall list would be complete without some recipes with this season’s hottest ingredient: pumpkin! I’m a fellow pumpkin lover and can personally guarantee you don’t wanna miss out on these festive recipes. The Maple Pumpkin Smoothie is simply divine, the PCOS smoothie a filling snack and the Pumpkin Smoothie a classic spiced beverage.
Maple Pumpkin Fall Smoothie
5 from 28 votes
Give this perfectly spiced, ultra creamy Fall smoothie a blend. With warming spices, creamy cauliflower and pumpkin purée you're sure to be in an Autumn state-of-mind at first sip.
This Pumpkin Smoothie is packed with fiber (great for digestion and feeling fuller longer), vitamin A (great for your eyes), and iron (great for healthy blood). Autumn has never tasted and felt so good!
Apple sangria is the most searched-for recipe. I’ve got my own version that is alcohol-free (feel free to make it adult-only if you want!) and full of gorgeous fruit.
What should I drink this Fall?
If you want to feel festive, grab a recipe with Fall fresh ingredients like pumpkin, butternut squash, apples and more. Use warm spices like cinnamon, cardamom, ginger and nutmeg.
How can I incorporate Fall flavors into my smoothies?
Easy! I’ve got several smoothies using pumpkin, butternut squash and sweet potato to bring fresh Fall produce into your kitchen. I’ve also got some warm smoothie recipes for the incoming cooler temps so you can enjoy smoothies all year long.
More Fall Recipes
If you love going all-in on Autumn fresh ingredients as I do, then feel free to dive into these great seasonal recipes as well: