Friends clinking glasses around a Friendsgiving table set with blue and white dishes raising their glasses to toast with a friendsgiving cocktail.
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Friendsgiving Drink Ideas

When I entertain for any occasion, I think about what my cocktail menu will include.  Usually, I pick a red, a white, and a signature cocktail.  Often, that signature cocktail will be in line with the theme I’ve chosen for my get together. Have you thought about the cocktails you’ll choose for your Friendsgiving celebration? These Friendsgiving Drink Ideas are the perfect place to start.

Individual Friendsgiving Drink Ideas or Make Them in Easy Large Batch Cocktails!

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Choose to make these Friendsgiving cocktails individually, or use the recipes to make easy large batch cocktails, decide on an after Friendsgiving or Thanksgiving dinner drinks, or even to help you decide which drinks to bring to Thanksgiving or Friendsgiving!

Cranberry moscow mule cocktail in a copper cup with rosemary, and orange slice, and ice on a white marble background.

Most Loved Sweet Humble Home Friendsgiving Drink Ideas For Your Friendsgiving Dinner or Friendsgiving Brunch:

A woman holding a hollowed out red apple with apple cider spiced with rum inside.  She is stirring the cocktail with a cinnamon stick.

More Friendsgiving Drink Ideas

Valarie over at ThymeandJoy shared this really fabulous looking Thanksgiving Punch.  Made with apple cider and ginger ale along with cinnamon, I can already tell this would be a crowd favorite at Friendsgiving.

Apple Cider Sangria was shared by Jaclyn at Crayon & Cravings.  I always enjoy a sangria, especially always being in a warm climate now! It brings fall right to my lanai!

Who Needs A Cape always has awesome content, and I was happy that Lori shared this Amaretto Apple Cider Cocktail with us!

Tell me that doesn’t look delicious?!

Ann at Anns Entitled Life shared this hot Thanksgiving cocktail for a Spiked Pumpkin Latte, which is such a treat on a chilly Thanksgiving eve – or any other fall eve for that matter! Thanks, Ann!

Jon at Peace Love & Low Carb has a treat for those of you looking for a low carb or Keto Thanksgiving Cocktail! Say hello to the Keto Hot Buttered Rum! The perfect Friendsgiving drink idea for a Friendsgiving brunch!

Robin over at Mom Foodie shared an absolutely fabulous looking Pumpkin Pie Martini.  This Friendsgiving cocktail beverage is absolutely on my Friendsgiving drinks list!

Thank you Amanda over at Totally The Bomb for sharing this Irish Apple Cider.  My mom and I are going to have to try this one together!

Some Friendsgiving Cocktails are Perfect for Dessert!

Brittanie from Simplistically Living brought this Bourbon Pumpkin Cake Cocktail to us – I can’t imagine who wouldn’t like this – I mean “cake” is in the name! This cocktail would be one of the most perfect drinks to bring to Thanksgiving or Friendsgiving when you’re tasked with bringing your favorite cocktail!

I have featured Recipes From A Pantry in other roundups, and I’m never disappointed! Mabintu always has fabulous recipes to share! Today it’s a Spiced Gin Apple Pie Cocktail, and I can’t wait! Friendsgiving drink ideas that include apples are on the top of my list!

Lisa at Delicious Table shared her Fireball Cinnamon Apple Cider – and I think I’m ready….for fall….right now.  Thanks, Lisa!

How about this Pumpkin Cheesecaketini Cocktail?  If that doesn’t say Friendsgiving dessert in a glass I don’t know what does!

Oh Jazzmine – THANK YOU for rounding out my Friendsgiving Drink Ideas with this FABULOUS Bourbon Caramel Apple Cider!  I.  Can’t.  Wait.

There you have it!

The all of the ideas that I can’t wait to try in one Thanksgiving Drink Ideas Roundup!  We have the best of the best all in one place!  Now, get to mixing those cocktails!




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