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Warm Percolator Punch

Warm Percolator Punch

Warm Percolator Punch

It smells like Christmas all through Janet Crawford's house in Ashland, Kentucky when she serves up this pleasantly spicy punch. It can also be made in a Dutch oven.

Apple Citrus Cider

Apple Citrus Cider

Apple Citrus Cider

Patricia Aurand of Findlay, Ohio shares her warm, comforting cider with a twist of pineapple and citrus that's just perfect for the season. And this tangy treat will warm hands of all sizes, big or small.

Cherry Cider

Cherry Cider

Cherry Cider

This nicely spiced, simmered beverage is so warming. For a special holiday accent, garnish the mugs using maraschino cherries and a sliced orange.
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Cinnamon Berry Cider

Cinnamon Berry Cider

Cinnamon Berry Cider

When the weather is gray and cold, put a warm mug of this drink into mittened hands and watch little faces thaw into smiles. One tester noted, “It tastes like the holidays with a twist.” —Taste of Home Test Kitchen

Fireside Glogg

Fireside Glogg

Fireside Glogg

An aromatic blend of spices flavor this superb wine-based beverage. It is served warmed and it's sweet fruity taste will warm you to your toes. This traditional Scandinavian recipe is serve during the holidays.—Sue Brown, West Bend, Wisconsin

Hot Apple Pie Drink

Hot Apple Pie Drink

Hot Apple Pie Drink

A perfect holiday drink for adults, these are simple and fun to make.—Taste of Home Test Kitchen, Greendale, Wisconsin

Mulled Cranberry Cider

Mulled Cranberry Cider

Mulled Cranberry Cider

Whipping up this tasty beverage for a gathering—large or small—is simple. All you have to do is combine the ingredients, then set the mix on the stove to simmer. "It's flavor is different from ordinary cider," pens Lois Fetting of Nelson, Wisconsin. "I served it at a group function, and everyone loved it!"

Orange Spiced Cider

Orange Spiced Cider

Orange Spiced Cider

Every time I serve this wonderful hot beverage, someone asks for the recipe. Orange juice adds a bit of sweetness with red-hot candies are a fun substitute for traditional cinnamon sticks. —Erika Reinhard of Colorado Springs, Colorado

Pineapple Cider Wassail

Pineapple Cider Wassail

Pineapple Cider Wassail

Pineapple juice prevents this hot drink from becoming overly sweet. Skip the rum—without sacrificing flavor—for a beverage that's ideal for guests of all ages.—Lori Schmeling, Hartland, Wisconsin

Raspberry Cider

Raspberry Cider

Raspberry Cider

Here's a refreshing cooler for a late-summer afternoon. The cider is so pretty in a clear sparkling glass!--Pat McIlrath, Grinnell, Iowa

Shrunken Apple Heads in Citrus Cider

Shrunken Apple Heads in Citrus Cider

Shrunken Apple Heads in Citrus Cider

Granny Smith apples shaped like shrunken heads will surprise even the scariest goblins at your Halloween bash. And the cool cider is so refreshing.--Annette Engelbert, Bruce Crossing, Michigan
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