Our Food Network Kitchen spikes up winter with hot chocolate cocktails.
Santa's Sleigh Cocktail
They'll all be dashing through the snow to your place for these cocktails.
Snowtini & Christmas Cocktail
Mix up a snowtini and a champagne cocktail for holiday cheer.
Ina makes Cosmopolitans, the cocktail that turns any event into a party.
Sandra's Candy Cane Cocktail
Have a glass (or two) of holiday cheer with Sandra's Candy Cane Cocktail.
Apple and Thyme Martini
Giada's apple martini gets a touch of sweetness from a thyme simple syrup.
Food Network Shares How to Make Ginger Beer
Food Network shares how to make ginger beer at home. To a pan, add 1 cup (about 6 ounces) of chopped fresh skin-on ginger, one cup turbinado sugar, one tablespoon chopped crystalized ginger, four allspice berries and two cloves. Add two cups water, stir, bring to a simmer, turn off the heat, cover and let steep for 45 minutes. Next strain the ginger liquid into an ice bath. When it’s cool, pour it over ice with about four cups of carbonated water or seltzer. Mix together and enjoy. You can also add a shot of dark rum if you want a stronger ginger beer.