Imbibe your way through America without stepping a foot out of your kitchen. This curated collection of 35 cocktails and non-alcoholic drinks capture the essence of distinctly American culture, steeped in a robust history of dramatic sunrise pours and sunset sips.
Embark on a journey from the East Coast's cosmopolitan blues to the sunlit, easy-going promise of Californian shores. From the passionate warmth of Southern charm to the gritty resilience echoed in Midwestern libations. Our meticulously picked catalog aligns us to endeavor the beloved cultures and distinct personalities of the four cardinal compasses of the American map.
This delightful repertoire is as varied as the American tale itself. Dive in to taste a concoction of vibrant, decadent, and spirit-lifting recipes only a melting pot of cultures can bring forth. From sophisticated cocktails to local favorites, there's a story waiting to unravel with each mix.
So, loosen up, pull out your chic cocktail shaker and favorite punch bowl, and let's toast to a journey of flavors only America can serve up. Dreamy summer afternoons, frosty winter evenings, or quiet fall nights, let’s quench your thirst for exploration!
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Copycat Starbucks Cinnamon Dolce Latte Recipe
Treat yourself to a decadent Starbucks Cinnamon Dolce Latte any time you want with this spot-on copycat recipe!
A time-saving and delicious green smoothie that's perfect for busy mornings. With the help of freezer-ready smoothie packs, you'll have a nutritious and tasty breakfast in just minutes. Enjoy the benefits of fruits, spinach, and superfoods in this energizing drink.
The best Crumbl cookies and cream milk shake cookies
These cookies and cream milkshake cookies are the ultimate crumbl copycat recipe. This cookie is made with an Oreo sugar cookie then is topped with a cookies and cream buttercream. It is a favorite of all Oreos lovers!
An irresistible Peach Strawberry Lemonade perfect for summer days, made with refreshing store-bought lemonade, fresh pureed peaches and strawberries, and served over ice with garnishes of your choice. A delightful drink enjoyed by kids and adults alike.
Cherry Pie Milkshakes have all the delicious flavor of a cherry pie - without all the fuss of an actual homemade pie! Made with sweetened condensed milk for an extra creamy shake, vanilla ice cream, cherry pie filling, and graham cracker pieces. Top with whipped cream and a cherry, of course!
This recipe is for those who don't have a steam wand for their espresso machine or don't want to clog it up with the pumpkin. Customized the spices to make it your own. You can also use pumpkin spice mix, which is about 1/2-3/4 teaspoon of pumpkin spice mix to replace the individual spices.
Want to make Starbucks pumpkin cream cold brew coffee at home? This homemade Starbucks copycat uses only a handful of basic ingredients to make a smooth cold brew coffee and fluffy pumpkin cream foam that is ready to help you transition into cozy fall vibes.
Creamy, collagen packed pumpkin breakfast smoothie blended with pumpkin puree, banana, cashew milk, gluten-free oats and seasonal spices for a delicious fall breakfast or snack. This deliciously healthy pumpkin smoothie recipe will be your new favorite this season.
For the coldest months of the year, add a little sunshine to your routine with a Carrot-Ginger Citrus Immune Boosting Smoothie. This turmeric smoothie recipe comes together fast and is an easy way to start the day on a healthy note. Vegan + Gluten Free
Skip the coffee shop and make your own Spiced Gingerbread Latte to celebrate the the holidays. Filled with cozy spices, lots of flavor, and ready in less than 10 minutes, you can enjoy this warm and festive drink all season long!
This Roasted Cherry Granola Smoothie is made with sweet cherries tossed in maple, coconut oil, and cinnamon, roasted until they're jammy and sweet! They get blended with frozen banana, strawberries, Greek yogurt, coconut flakes, granola, and almond milk until the smoothie is super thick and creamy. ...
Chocolate malt drinks are highly popular in Southeast Asia and are sometimes enjoyed together with a scoop of vanilla ice cream or whipped cream. As such, they are given fanciful names like “Milo Dinosaur” and “Milo Godzilla”.