Cozy up to these hot, comforting Paleo drinks. Because there’s nothing like a piping mug of tea or coffee on a cold day!
It’s that time of year where iced drink orders start turning to hot coffee. While many of the beverages you’ll find at coffeehouse chains are packed with refined sugars and non-organic dairy, you can make plenty of delicious ciders, teas, and toddies at home (and save money, too).
Some of these hot beverage recipes satisfy sweet cravings, while others utilize herbs and spices that have added health benefits. Several of them do both! Whether you want to make a cup of hot ginger-licorice tea as a nightcap before bed while you curl up with a book, or enjoy a turmeric-pumpkin spice latte in the morning before work, there’s something for everyone on this list.
Turmeric Pumpkin Spice Latte
This anti-inflammatory turmeric PSL will make your tummy happy and give you a boost of energy to jump start your day.
Recipe: PaleoHacks | Turmeric Pumpkin Spice Latte
Peppermint Hot Chocolate
This almond-milk based holiday classic will warm, refresh, and uplift your spirits.
Recipe: Allergy Free Alaska | Peppermint Hot Chocolate
If you want your peppermint hot cocoa with some extra kick, try this peppermint mocha recipe.
Recipe: A Girl Worth Saving | Peppermint Mocha
White Hot Chocolate
Mix up your hot chocolate this season with a little cocoa and coconut milk.
Recipe: Elana’s Pantry | White Hot Chocolate
Chai Spiced Hot Chocolate
Your senses will delight in each sip of this transcendent chai-infused hot chocolate.
Recipe: Meatified | Chai Spiced Hot Chocolate
Chai Pumpkin Spice Latte
Combine two of your favorite flavors and enjoy this chai remix of this fall standard.
Recipe: PaleoHacks | Chai Pumpkin Spice Latte
Salted Caramel Pumpkin Spice Latte
Topped with salted coconut sugar caramel sauce, this scrumptious treat is a dessert in itself.
Recipe: Get Inspired Everyday | Salted Caramel Pumpkin Spice Latte
Cranberry Spice Tea
The flavors of cranberry, goji berry, lemon, ginger, and cinnamon enrich each other in this eloquent fall blend.
Recipe: Gourmande in the Kitchen | Cranberry Spice Tea
Ginger Licorice Tea
This ayurvedic recipe features licorice root – which promotes adrenal health and helps fight colds – and ginger, which is great for your digestive system. It also soothes any kind of scratchy throat!
Recipe: Elana’s Pantry | Ginger Licorice Tea
Decaf Dandelion-Cocoa Latte
Believe it or not, roasted dandelion root combined with cocoa nibs mimics the taste of coffee! Use this recipe if you’re trying to detox from your coffee habit.
Recipe: PaleoHacks | Decaf Dandelion-Cocoa Latte
Slow Cooker Apple Cider Recipe
Infused with cinnamon, cloves, and orange, this homemade apple cider is perfect to curl up with by the fire.
Recipe: PaleoHacks | Slow Cooker Apple Cider Recipe
Supercharged Moringa Latte
Ever hear of moringa? It helps the body prevent infection and reduce inflammation. Mixed with some coconut milk and honey, it’s an excellent tool to boost your body’s resources!
Recipe: PaleoHacks | Supercharged Moringa Latte
Crockpot Hot Toddy
Combining tea bags, ginger, cinnamon, honey, and lemon in a crockpot for a few hours will bring you this delicious treat that pairs well with cookies!
Recipe: Elana’s Pantry | Crockpot Hot Toddy
Frothy Matcha Latte
Embrace the matcha craze with this exceptional latte with coconut milk and honey. Matcha boosts the metabolism and is a natural detoxifier.
Recipe: Amazing Paleo | Frothy Matcha Latte
Homemade Vanilla-Chocolate Rooibos Tea
Rooibos, coconut, cocoa nibs, cinnamon, and vanilla come together in this antioxidant rich and aromatic tea blend.
Recipe: Paleo Magazine | Homemade Vanilla-Chocolate Rooibos Tea
Golden Turmeric Latte
Also known as golden milk, this drink takes advantage of the anti-inflammatory and digestion-aiding properties of turmeric. Combine it with coffee or tea if you want an added kick – but it doesn’t need it!
Recipe: PaleoHacks | Golden Turmeric Latte
Chamomile Mint Tea
If you’re ready for sleepytime, there’s no better choice than chamomile. The addition of mint will calm and soothe your senses.
Recipe: Paleo Magazine | Chamomile Mint Tea
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80 Gourmet Paleo Recipes from
a Professional Chef trained at Le
Cordon Bleu in Paris
80 Gourmet Paleo Recipes
from a Professional Chef
trained at Le Cordon Bleu