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Incredible mulled cider

Mulled apple cider. You can add a very thin slice of apple with a star carved out to drift on top in the drinking cup.


Crock Pot Hot Spiced Cider 1 gallon apple cider 1 cup brown sugar (or a little more to taste) 1 teaspoon whole cloves 2 cinnamon sticks 1 orange sliced mix in crock pot and serve warm

from The Marvelous Misadventures of a Foodie

Mulled Apple Cider

I made this cider for Christmas Eve service at church and it was the first thing gone. I reduced the sugar to 1 Tsb. and after heating it on the stove, transferred it to a crock pot, taking the orange out, and adding another orange (sliced) and another pinch of nutmeg after transferring it to a crockpot.


crock pot cider recipe - yum. HOT SPICED CIDER 1/2 gallon apple cider 1 cup brown sugar, or more to taste 1 tea spoon whole cloves 2 cinnamon sticks 1 orange slice Pour apple cider in crock pot. Add sugar and stir. Put the cloves in a tea ball and add to pot. Layer the cinnamon sticks and orange slices on top. Cover and simmer on high, stirring occasionally. Once hot, turn on low to keep warm.

from Kitchen Treaty

Slow Cooker Hot Spiced Apple Cider

Crock Pot Hot Spiced Cider (Rum Optional!) **BE SURE TO ADD: 1 cup brown sugar, or a little more to taste - the only missing ingredient from another recipe I found, which makes this one PERFECT!

from Better Homes and Gardens

Hot Spiced Cider

For this favorite drink, make a simple spice bag, then let it simmer in the cider until your guests arrive.

from BBC Good Food

Mulled apple juice

Is your PTA looking for a Christmas alternative to Mulled Wine? Try Mulled apple juice, no alcohol licence required as it is non-alcoholic and the parents and children will love it!

from No. 2 Pencil

Slow Cooker Apple Cider

It’s easy to make, and the smell of apple cider simmering with oranges, lemons, and spices all day in the slow cooker is absolutely wonderful.

from delicious. magazine

Mulled cider

Warm, spiced cider is a sure sign that we're getting well in to autumn. This recipe is packed with flavour from cinnamon, citrus fruit and cloves.