These Christmas cocktail recipes taste as good as they look! If you’re looking for a festive Christmas drink that’s easy to make, you’re sure to find something for your next cocktail party!
Cranberry Kringle Cocktail
I love any cocktail that has cranberry in it (hello Cosmopolitan!), but at Christmas even more so!
Lori from Who Needs A Cape? made this festive drink with cranberry juice cocktail, vodka, peach schnaps and ice. Just shake and serve!
I’m just wondering where she got those gorgeous martini glasses!
White Christmas Margaritas
Over on Jessica’s blog How Sweet Eats, where she made these coconut cream margaritas with cranberries and sprigs of rosemary.
I love how she added lime juice! The liquor of choice is silver tequila, grand marnier and coconut rum.
Don’t these look beautiful and festive!
Candy Cane Shooters
Kimberly from A Night Owl Blog serves up these candy cane shooters made with white chocolate liquor and marshmallow fluff.
I love the crushed candy cane rim and the mason jar shot glasses she uses!
Perfect Christmas Peppermint Shake Cocktail
Tanisha and Derrick from This Worthey Life created the Perfect Christmas Peppermint Shake Cocktail.
With ingredients like strawberry and vanilla bean Häagen-Dazs ice cream, Smirnoff peppermint twist and mint syrup, I can only agree: it’s perfect!
White Russian Eggnog
This creamy white Russian Eggnog by Jill from Kitchen Fun with My 3 Sons contains eggnog, Kahlua and peppermint vodka.
Served with a cinnamon stick or garnished with crushed candy canes, this is any easy to make winter cocktail that guests will love!
Linnen and Lark mixed up this Campfire Cocktail with creamy and crunchy ingredients like Baileys, marshmallows, chocolate syrup and Graham cracker crunch.
I’ll have mine in front of the fireplace while roasting extra marshmallows to snack on.
Jingle Juice Holiday Punch
Need a festive drink for a lot of guests that you can make fast and easy?
Michael from Inspired by Charm made this jingle juice Holiday punch with just 3 ingredients and enough to serve a crowd.
Sapphire Snowflake Martini
Having a blue Christmas? You’ll feel better with this beautiful Sapphire Snowflake Martini by Who Needs a Cape!
Only 3 ingredients: Blue Curacao, coconut rum and white cranberry juice. Easy to make, easy to drink!
Christmas Morning Mimosas
I love a Christmas mimosa with my breakfast on Christmas morning. They’re fresh and fruity and go with everything on the menu!
Jessica from How Sweet Eats made these with cranberry blood orange juice, which I love. So delicious, thanks Jessica!
White Christmas Martini
Lisa from Wine and Glue calls her White Christmas Martini a dessert in a glass and I agree.
Sweetened condensed milk, rum chata and vanilla vodka are the only ingredients in this cocktail that’s beautifully garnished with golden sugar.
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