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Friday, October 4, 2019

Hot, Cold, or Spiked: 7 Apple Cider Recipes to Enjoy This Fall

delicious mug of spiced apple cider surrounded by apples on a table
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As you walk through the produce aisle this time of year, the sweet aroma of apple fills the air, and the cider probably catches your eye, too. But, did you know making it at home can be super easy?

Not only will your cider have a fresh taste like no other, but your home will fill up with a fruity fragrance that will warm your family’s heart right up. Whether you like yours hot, cold, spiked, spiced, or mixed with other fruit infusions, we’ve got a recipe for you.

Homemade Apple Cider

A stockpot filled with apples, oranges, cinnamon sticks and water.
Gimme Some Oven

This recipe made it to the top of our list for a few reasons. You can create this beverage in a stockpot, Crock-Pot, or Instant Pot. So whichever handy tool has become your ultimate kitchen sidekick, this recipe has instructions for you to follow.

You’ll also love the optional variations if you’re looking for something with an extra kick, or if you’d like to create more of an adult thirst-quencher. Enjoy this beverage in a mug or rocks glass.

Get the Recipe: Gimme Some Oven

Spiced Hot Apple Cider

Two glass mugs filled with hot spiced apple cider
Campbell’s

Here’s a quick and easy hot cider you can make within ten minutes. If you have a last-minute get-together, or your kids have invited a friend for a sleepover, this is the perfect treat.

You can enjoy this first thing in the morning, or try this mulled apple cider as a way to end a perfect fall evening with your loved one.

Get the Recipe: Campbells

Chilled Apple Cider Punch

An outdoor display with a large glass jug half full of apple cider punch with sunflowers in the background
My Heart Beets

If it’s still warm enough to enjoy time outside and you’re planning a small party, this one is perfect for you. The punch recipe uses a few bottles of ginger beer mixed in with orange juice and of course apple cider.

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