Escape summer heat with the iconic beverage in its many forms — classic, fruit-filled, slushy and more — with these simple recipes from Food Network.
While these slushy recipes include alcohol, they can easily be made family-friendly with a bit of simple syrup or fruit juice.
Kick off this weekend’s unofficial start to summer on the right sip with one (or a few) of Food Network's fun and refreshing cocktails.
Which classic cocktail is going in your cup this weekend? Tell us in our poll!
Add a refreshing twist to your weekend plans with these can’t-miss summer cocktails; we've rounded up top recipes for daiquiris, sangria, mojitos and more.
When the sun is out and the grill is fired up, what’s your drink of choice?
Turn your favorite ale or lager into a celebratory game-day cocktail.
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Don’t feel guilty about spending $5 on a latte.
Pick up a craft brew representative of your team's hometown.
Ideal for seasonal sipping, these go-to recipes for mulled wine, cider and sangria are warming and comforting.
Watermelon is super versatile when it comes to drinks, including cocktails. Check out these one-of-a-kind recipes and start embracing the wonderful world of watermelon cocktails.
Drinks like mint juleps, mai tais and rum punch are always great to have in your entertaining arsenal during the summer. Food Network's recipes have an added twist, so they're even more exciting than the originals.
But the best thing about sangria is that the possibilities are endless. Get started with this roster of sangria recipes from Food Network.
Big-batch drink recipes are great for serving your game day crowd. Inspired by classic cocktails that are normally mixed up a few at a time in a shaker, these punches are a great make-ahead solution for your party.
An all-American holiday calls for American wine. These bottles chosen by Food Network Magazine pair well with the Thanksgiving feast — and they're all from the U.S.!
Round out your weekend cookout menu with these cool, refreshing frozen cocktail recipes from Food Network.
With the Oscars just hours away, it’s time to get serious — serious about planning a little soiree with your movie-loving friends who also love to get dressed to the nines.
At your weekend cookout, avoid making individual drinks by mixing big-batch pitchers of Food Network's cocktails, like sangria, vodka sparklers and more.
If there's one day you deserve a cocktail this year, it's April 17. Mail off your taxes, then unwind with a themed drink.