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This Spiced Cranberry Apple Cider will make your taste buds dance! Simmer this mulled drink on the stove for 10 minutes and serve hot at your next holiday party. It’s one of the best apple recipes to make on a chilly fall night.
Flip Flops and Sunshine.
Thanksgiving is only one week away and we’re expecting 70 degrees this week here in Ohio.
Now I’m not complaining. I’ll take 70 and sunny anytime of the year. In fact, looking into the next week, it looks like the bottom is falling out on the temperatures. I’m sure we’ll be cozy under blankets in front of the fire in no time.
When those cool temperatures do blow in, you can bet I want a hot drink in my hands. One of my favorite holiday drink recipes is spiced cranberry apple cider.
Slightly tangy, a little sweet…full of the flavors that whisper “Christmas”.
In under 20 minutes you’ll be keeping warm with a tangy spiced cranberry apple cider.
This spiced cranberry apple cider recipe is versatile. You can:
Have some cranberries on hand? Throw a couple in the top of the cups for a holiday look. Your guests will think you spent hours on this cranberry apple cider, but you’ll know the secret. 😉
Don’t wait for those snowflakes. It could be awhile.
Cozy up with this hot drink recipe tonight!
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Wow, the pictures turned out gorgeous! Apple cider is the best!
This was a big hit at our house. Everyone goes nuts when I bring this to cooler weather parties. It’s always a hit and “good until the last drop”!
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Could you replace apple cider with regular apple juice?
Could this recipe be chilled and have the same overall taste or is it one of those drinks that changes flavor as it cools? (I find yea, water, cocoas, and coffees have different flavors at different temperatures) I live in Louisiana and I’m trying to bring something unique, but refreshing to the holiday.
Every winter we serve this hot, in our slow cooker. I think everyone will be going nuts over it this year, because of your wonderful recipe. Its sounds amazing .