You’ll love this collection of Mexican Hot Drinks! Whether it’s Mexican hot chocolate, Atoles, Teas and Coffee, I have it for you.

A roundup collage of Mexican Hot Drinks.

Baby is cold outside and all I want is a warm drink in my hands! Join me in taking the edge off of the shorter days and longer nights with my favorite warm drinks and most popular Mexican hot drinks. I’m sure you’ll love them all!

1. Atole De Avena (Oatmeal drink)

This Atole de Avena (oatmeal drink) is an easy & healthy version of the classic Mexican drink Atole De Masa. Enjoy it any time of year! This version is made with oatmeal and flavored with cinnamon, brown sugar & vanilla. 

2. Mexican Hot Chocolate

Make this Mexican Hot Chocolate at home in minutes and skip the coffee shop lines and make your own! Full of the flavors that reminds us of Mexico this will be your new favorite hot chocolate recipe!

3. Atole De Arroz

This Atole De Arroz (Rice Atole) recipe is a creamy and decadent drink that is beyond delicious. Mexican atole is the ultimate cozy drink!

4. Café De Olla

Café de Olla is a delicious and aromatic traditional Mexican coffee beverage that has captivated coffee enthusiasts around the world. Made with ground coffee, cinnamon and piloncillo that creates a drink rich in flavor. 

5. Atole De Fresa

Atole De Fresa is a delicious and warming beverage made with strawberries, sugar, cinnamon. milk, and cornstarch. This creamy and sweet drink is a popular choice in Mexico, especially during the cooler months.

6. Champurrado

Champurrado, is a thick and hot drink made with masa, Mexican chocolate, cinnamon, piloncillo and milk. It’s the classic drink to have during cold & cozy nights. 

7. Atole De Maizena

Creamy Atole De Maizena. A combination of milk, cornstarch and cinnamon make this Atole extra flavorful and delicious! Ready in just a few minutes.

8. Atole De Pinole

Atole De Pinole is a very popular hot drink in Mexico. It is prepared by cooking milk, cinnamon and brown sugar/piloncillo then it is thickened with corn flour (in this case Pinole) and cooked until is perfectly creamy. 

9. Rompope (Mexican Eggnog)

Don’t let the name full you and enjoy during the cool months to keep you war. Once you have this Rompope, you’ll never want the store bought kind again! It’s silky, smooth and super delightful!

10. Ponche Navideño (Mexican Christmas Punch)

Even though this is called Christmas punch, it can be enjoyed anytime during the year! It’s so easy to make. Gather a few basic ingredients and you’ll be sipping this hot drink in less than 1 hour!

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11. Te De Canela

Cup of tea with pouring honey and lemon. Grey background.

11 Mexican Hot Drinks To Warm You Up

Servings 4 cups
Ana Frias
5 from 6 votes
Cook Time 10 minutes
Total Time 10 minutes
Cinnamon tea is not just a delicious drink; it's a powerhouse of health benefits. The antioxidant properties of cinnamon help combat oxidative stress in the body, contributing to overall well-being.
4 cups


  • 4 cups water (32 ounces)
  • 3 medium cinnamon sticks
  • Optional: Honey or sweetener of your choice


  • Place the water in a kettle or saucepan and bring it to a boil.
  • Once the water reaches a boil, add the cinnamon sticks to the water. You can either break them into smaller pieces or leave them whole for a stronger flavor.
  • Reduce the heat to low and let the cinnamon sticks simmer in the water for about 5-10 minutes. This allows the flavors to infuse into the water.
  • After simmering, use a fine mesh strainer to remove the cinnamon sticks from the water, ensuring a smooth tea without any residue.
  • If desired, add honey or your preferred sweetener to the tea while it's still warm. Stir well to dissolve.

Muy Delish Notes:

Ensure you have high-quality cinnamon sticks. Ceylon or Cassia cinnamon both work well for this recipe.

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Serving: 1unsweetened cup | Calories: 2kcal

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  1. 5 stars
    I’ve only ever tried mexican hot chocolate. Can’t wait to try the rest, they all look fabulously amazing!

  2. 5 stars
    These all look so delicious!! I can’t wait to incorporate your recipe for Café De Olla into my morning routine – it’s a great way to switch up my regular plain coffee!