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Hosting Thanksgiving dinner this year? Warm up your family and friends with a seasonally inspired cocktail. We've selected some of the best boozy recipes from Pinterest that have been shared over and over again, with seasonal flavors like pumpkin, cranberry, cinnamon and apple. These drinks are seriously good, and super easy to make. So take a sip and enjoy!
A holiday spin on one of our favorite drinks, this cranberry margarita is sure to be a crowd pleaser at your Thanksgiving dinner. And the recipe is no-fuss — you just mix all ingredients in one pitcher and serve.
If you’re looking to liven up your Thanksgiving gathering this year, try whipping up a batch of this apple pie punch, made with a refreshing mix of apple cider, pear nectar and ginger ale.
This combination of red wine, brandy, cinnamon and apple cider makes for a lovely fall twist on a holiday classic.
We love pumpkin flavored anything, and this pumpkin pie martini is no exception. The combination of cinnamon, ginger and other seasonal spices makes each sip sweet and delicious, so you can have it as dessert!
Combine pumpkin puree with vanilla and pumpkin spice creamer to make this irresistible concoction, which can be made with or without alcohol.
Sure, we love classic hot chocolate. But this grown-up boozy white-chocolate pumpkin spin (which can be made with bourbon or Kahlua) is the perfect for any cold weather gathering.
There is a reason this impressive looking but super easy drink has been shared over and over on Pinterest, and this drink certainly lives up to its name. Cranberry juice gives the cocktail its festive color, while sparkling wine (or nonalcoholic cider) makes it bubbly and bright.
Mix up a batch of these seasonal gin and tonics using leftover thyme and cranberries from your Thanksgiving dinner.
This cocktail gets a silky smooth texture from Kahlua and a warming kick from schnapps.
A classic Mexican drink is altered to include pumpkin, cinnamon sugar, and of course — booze! It's so good, we wish it could be Thanksgiving all year round.
Those who love apple-flavored anything will adore this take on the margarita. Even better — it takes just five minutes to prepare!