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Throwing a Friendsgiving party and want to serve some festive drinks? Here are some of our favorite Friendsgiving drinks your friends will love.

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Friendsgiving is one of the best holiday celebrations. All the best Thanksgiving traditions, without the family drama 

Everyone knows the classic Thanksgiving meals - turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes, and everything pumpkin - but not everyone is aware of all the yummy Thanksgiving-themed drinks that they could also be serving.  Friendsgiving is the perfect time to try out all these different fall-themed cocktails and punch ideas. Here are the best Friendsgiving drinks to serve at this year's Friendsgiving party.

This post is all about the best Friendsgiving drinks to serve at your party.


1. Apple Cider Moscow Mule

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The Moscow Mule is a much-loved classic cocktail which is why this apple cider version is perfect for any Friendsgiving party. 

Add a bit of hard apple cider to the classic mule ingredients, and you've got the perfect Friendsgiving drink. 

Find the recipe on Joyful Healthy Eats.

2. Cranberry Margaritas 

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For the fruit lovers, or the tequila lovers, this drink is for you. A cranberry margarita is a delicious twist on a classic drink so we know your friends will be fans. 

Add a bit of salt or sugar to the rims and serve over ice and you've got a delicious cranberry marg!

Find the recipe on Gimme Some Oven.

3. Salted Caramel White Russian

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Honestly, this Friendsgiving drink looks so creamy and yummmyyy. I've personally never tried a White Russian before but it's now at the top of my list! 

You can make anything festive with the salted caramel twist (one of my favorite holiday flavors) and this one looks like a great option. If your friends are into sweeter drinks, this is your winner. 

Find the recipe on The Sweet Occasion.

4. Pumpkin Pie Pudding Shots

For this year's Friendsgiving gathering, get the crowd going by replacing the classic jello shot with this pudding shot... with a pumpkin pie twist.

Honestly this looks more like a dessert than a shot but that's what makes it so delicious! Your friends will love this.. trust me. 

Find the recipe on Wine and Glue. 

5. Caramel Apple Mimosas

For the mid-day Friendsgiving gatherings, spice things up with a Caramel Apple Mimosa. 

This is definitely a different type of mimosa - switching out the classic champagne with vodka - so be prepared for a little stronger mimosa 😉

Find the recipe on Delish.

6. Apple Cider Sangria

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How good does this Apple Cider Sangria look?! 

Sangria is a really easy drink to make for a large group of people. Combine all the ingredients in a pitcher and people can then pore their own glass.. no more work required! 

Find the recipe on Simply Whisked.

7. Pumpkin Pie Martini

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Pumpkin anything is pretty much the epitome of Thanksgiving. That's why we love this Friendsgiving drink idea. 

I mean, doesn't that look delicious?! Add some whipped cream and a cinnamon stick to garnish, and you have a perfect fall-themed cocktail that your friends will love.  

Find the recipe on No Spoon Necessary.

8. Apple Cider Margarita

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Another fall twist of the classic tequila drink.. an Apple Cider Margarita. With some apple cider, tequila, and cinnamon, you have the perfect Friendsgiving drink. 

Who knew this combo could be so good?!

Find the recipe on Delish.

9. Boozy Pumpkin White Hot Chocolate

I swear, fall drinks all look like dessert. I mean boozy pumpkin white hot chocolate... are you kidding?! Every fall thing I love in one glass. 

This drink is made for those friends who don't love the taste of alcohol and would rather opt-out for a more chocolatey drink. 

Add a caramel or chocolate drizzle and you have a delicious boozy hot chocolate. 

Find the recipe on Minimalist Baker.

10. Apple Cider Mojito

The mojito is consistently one of our favorite drinks. With the apple cider twist, it's the perfect fall cocktail. 

Also, this drink just looks like it should be on the Thanksgiving table. I mean, with the apple slices and cinnamon sticks, it's giving me all the fall vibes. 

Find the recipe on Christmas Sphere.

11. Gingerbread Pudding Shots

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First, how cute do the little gingerbread cookies look in these shots?! If you make these, you definitely need to add that important touch 😉 

Fall-themed shots all apparently look as good as the Thanksgiving desserts. Try this boozy pudding shot to spice things up at your Friendsgiving party. Trust me, your friends will love it. 

Find the recipe on Tablespoon.

12. Maple Old Fashioned

For the bourbon or whiskey lovers, a twist on the classic old fashioned will definitely be a hit at your Friendsgiving party. 

This is a simple drink to make - with only 4 ingredients, you'll be able to whip this up in no time. 

Find the recipe on Nerds with Knives.

13. Sparkling Pear and Orange Champagne Punch

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A punch is a really great option for large gatherings. If you are having a bigger Friendsgiving party, opting for a punch will make your preparation much easier. And you won't have to tend to any drinks throughout the party. 

Just throw all the ingredients into a pretty bowl, add a ladle, and then your friends can serve themselves as much or as little as they want. 

Plus, this punch can be a really aesthetic dish to add to the Friendsgiving spread. 

Find the recipe on Country Living.

14. Autumn Fig Sangria

Another fun sangria drink option perfect for lots of guests. With white wine and some autumn flavors, this drink is refreshing for fall. 

With minimal effort for the host, this drink is perfect for your Friendsgiving party! 

Find the recipe on Sugar & Cloth.

15. Slow Cooker Caramel Apple Cider

Apple Cider is a classic in any Thanksgiving setting... especially when it's warm! Make this Spiked Slow Cooker Caramel Apple Cider for a perfect cozy drink. 

Find the recipe on Who Needs a Cape?

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