It’s National Girls’ Night, a time to gather your girlfriends and take some time to relax, re-charge, and re-connect. While Covid-19 might make this day look a lot different than last year, you can still grab a girlfriend and head out for some socially distanced fun. But before you go, whip up a batch of these tasty fall-inspired cocktails to kick off the night! With flavors from pumpkin spice to maple cinnamon, there’s something for everyone.

Pumpkin Spice White Russians from The Blond Cook

From the website: “Why not celebrate fall and cool off with one of these cocktails? Can you say REFRESHING?

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Caramel Apple Sangria from Mr. B Cooks

From the website: “Sweet, tasty and like a caramel apple in a glass!”

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Cinnamon Maple Whiskey Sour from Cookie and Kate

From the website: “This whiskey sour recipe is sweetened with maple syrup, which tastes so much more interesting than plain old simple syrup. It includes plenty of fresh lemon juice, too, and a hefty pinch of ground cinnamon, which tastes so right this time of year.”

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Pumpkin Spice Hot Buttered Rum from Tidy Mom

From the website: “This pumpkin hot buttered rum batter recipe is made with butter, brown sugar, powdered sugar. pumpkin puree, pumpkin pie spice and vanilla ice cream. It will keep in a sealed container in the freezer for 3 months. Pull it out any time you want to cozy up with a warm mug.”

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Apple Pie Moscow Mule from The Speckle Palate

From the website: “Celebrate fall weather and flavors by mixing up a Apple Pie Moscow Mule! Sweet, but not too sweet, this autumnal twist on a classic Moscow Mule tastes like a slice of apple pie.”

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Spiced Pear Gin Cocktail from Inspired by Charm

From the website: “You’re going to love this delicious pear-inspired cocktail.  This Spiced Pear Gin Cocktail is simple to make and perfect for fall entertaining.”

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Kirsten Clark is a high school English and Social Studies teacher, a reader, a runner, a writer, a lover of good food, and most importantly, a new mom. Kirsten lives in Vermilion, Alberta with her husband, and since welcoming a baby boy last December, she is embracing the new adventure of motherhood with all of its ups and downs. She occasionally blogs at, and posts regularly on Instagram @kirstenlanae. Find her on Twitter also.

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