Pair Mother Rucker’s Cookie Brittle with your favorite fall drink

Pair Mother Rucker’s Cookie Brittle with your favorite fall drink

Fall brings with it a whole range of flavors that make us want to cozy up on the couch with a hot drink and a dessert plate full of our favorite Cookie Brittle flavors. Sweet, buttery and with a delicious cookie crunch, Mother Rucker’s Sweets Cookie Brittle pairs well with hot chocolate, pumpkin spice lattes and sweet cocktails, so the next time you’re in the mood for a special treat, try one of these scrumptious fall pairings.

Kentucky Mulled Cider with Cinnamon Cookie Brittle

If you enjoy a steaming-hot cup of apple cider, wait until you take a sip of this recipe for Kentucky Mulled Apple Cider made with the intoxicatingly brisk flavor of bourbon. It’s sweet, spicy and relaxing, and it pairs nicely with our own sweet and spicy Cinnamon Cookie Brittle for an indulgent treat that will warm you to the core on a chilly autumn night.

Nutella Hot Chocolate with Almond Cookie Brittle

Hot chocolate is already awesome, but add a little Nutella and top it with marshmallows, and you have a gourmet drinking chocolate brimming with everything that’s good about cocoa. This recipe is super-easy to make, and when it’s served up with a plate of our sweet, buttery and naturally flavored Almond Cookie Brittle, it makes for an enjoyable evening with friends and family or a solo snack when you’re snuggled up with a good book.

Gingerbread Hot Chocolate and Cocoa Cookie Brittle

If chocolate is your weakness, then this pairing of Gingerbread Hot Chocolate with our own rich and decadent Cocoa Cookie Brittle will do you in. This hot chocolate recipe uses Dutch-processed cocoa for a more intense flavor, and the molasses, ginger, allspice and cinnamon create a warm, sweet beverage with a flavor palette that will satisfy even the most voracious sweet tooth.

Pumpkin Spice Latte with Cinnamon Cookie Brittle

Because they’re sweet, buttery and a little spicy, our Cinnamon Cookie Brittle pairs well with anything else that’s also sweet, creamy and spicy, like this recipe for a vegan Pumpkin Spice Latte that uses two tablespoons of actual pumpkin puree for a more authentic spin on this classic fall drink. For a caffeine-free Pumpkin Spice indulgence, we love this recipe for Pumpkin Steamers — because when you’re throwing calorie-counting to the wind, you might as well go for a drink that calls for one cup of heavy cream and a dollop of whipped cream.

Mulled Wine and Lemon Cookie Brittle

Pumpkin spice may get all the attention this time of year, but sometimes you’re in the mood for the sweet and buttery tartness of our delicious Lemon Cookie Brittle. It especially excels as a companion to this recipe for Mulled Wine that combines spices and citrus with your favorite dry red wine for a flavorful drink that you can make in only 20 minutes. Enjoy this sophisticated pairing on a date, serve it up at parties or share it with a few friends during a casual get-together.