You've probably already decided where you’re going to spend Thanksgiving this year, but have you decided what you're going to drink? We've got a suggestion or two to help you get this holiday weekend started.
Hot Mulled Cider - Heat up a batch of this traditional mulled cider and encourage your family to keep it classy this Thanksgiving. Find the recipe at Food Network.
Toasted Cider - More cider? Yep, but this cider is toasted. It’s totally different. Plus it has rum in it. Find the recipe at Food Network.
Perfect Turkey - After you overcook your turkey and everyone is at the table struggling to choke it down and grumbling about how your sister’s turkey is always so golden and moist, sneak away into the kitchen and make yourself the Perfect Turkey, just for you. Find the recipe at Epicurious.
Harvest Margarita - Margaritas in the Fall? Yes. Why are you judging? They’ve got allspice in them so it’s okay. Find the recipe at Food Network.
Easy Cranberry Margaritas - Get cranberry sauced, guys. Find the recipe at Gimme Some Oven.
Apple Pie Punch - Who would want to bake an apple pie when you could drink something that tastes just like it? Find the recipe at The Cookie Rookie.
Spiced Bourbon, Beer, and Maple Martinis - This is one of the more complex drinks on the list, because it has several layers of flavor. One of those flavors is maple syrup. ‘Nuff said. Find the recipe at Food Network.
Apple Toddy - More cider! Cider with brandy! And cream! Find the recipe at Food Network.
Hoppin’ Hot Scotch - This is some good ol’ hot chocolate with butterscotch schnapps, because you’ll need to keep warm when you head outside to escape your family walk off dinner. Find the recipe at Food Network.