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Apple Cider Recipes

Try this crowd-pleasing collection of apple cider recipes, including hot apple cider, spiced cider, slow cooker cider, wassail, punch, tea, mulled cider, glogg and more.

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Slow Cooker Cider

Slow Cooker Cider

Slow Cooker Cider

There's no last-minute rush when you slowly simmer this punch. —Alpha Wilson, Roswell, New Mexico

Hot Cider

Hot Cider

Hot Cider

Field editor Glenna Tooman of Boise, Idaho dresses up apple cider using lemonade, orange juice, honey and spices. "It makes a welcome treat for a party," she notes.

Cinnamon Orange Cider

Cinnamon Orange Cider

Cinnamon Orange Cider

The color of pumpkins with the flavor of oranges, apples and cinnamon make this cozy beverage a hit! You just might want to double this recipe, then fill the punchbowl and keep more servings simmering for the aroma. —Mark Morgan, Waterford, Wisconsin
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Hot Apple Cider

Hot  Apple Cider

Hot Apple Cider

A hot beverage like this is savored here when chilly weather returns after summer. The clove-studded orange slices are so attractive.

Hot Spiced Cherry Cider

Hot Spiced Cherry Cider

Hot Spiced Cherry Cider

This cider is great to have in the slow cooker after being out in the cold.—Marlene Wiczek, Little Falls, Minnesota

Lemon Cider

Lemon Cider

Lemon Cider

With a quick wave of your kitchen "wand", you can conjure up a beverage that's ripe with flavor. "I got the idea from my sister, who operates an apple orchard with her husband," reveals Annette Engelbert of Bruce Crossing, Michigan. "She's a wizard when it comes to creating new fruit recipes! You can serve it as a refreshing punch for a party or as a warm during on a chilly fall day."--Annette Engelbert, Bruce Crossing, Michigan

Apple Cranberry Cider

Apple Cranberry Cider

Apple Cranberry Cider

Spiced with cinnamon sticks and cloves, this warm-you-up sipper from our Test Kitchen is sure to chase away winter's chill. Serve brimming mugs of the hot beverage with your family's favorite cookies, muffin or bread.

Buttered Orange Cider

Buttered Orange Cider

Buttered Orange Cider

On a cool autumn day, this warm spiced beverage from Edna Hoffman of Hebron, Indiana offers comforting flavor. Plus, it simmers in a jiffy. Have some leftover cider? “Use it instead of water when making lemon or orange gelatin,” Edna recommends.

Cranberry Apple Cider

Cranberry Apple Cider

Cranberry Apple Cider

"I love to start this soothing cider in the slow cooker on nights before my husband goes hunting," says Jennifer Naboka of North Plainfield, New Jersey. "Then he can fill his thermos and take it with him out into the cold. The cider has a terrific fruit flavor we both enjoy." —Jennifer Naboka, North Plainfield, New Jersey

Mulled Red Cider

Mulled Red Cider

Mulled Red Cider

Red wine gives a rosy glow to this warm beverage. The spices are a wonderful complement to both the wine and cider. —Steve Foy, Kirkwood, Missouri

Slow-Cooked Apple Cranberry Cider

Slow-Cooked Apple Cranberry Cider

Slow-Cooked Apple Cranberry Cider

Buffets are my favorite way to feed a crowd. This fruity cider can be made ahead, then kept warm in a slow cooker so people can serve themselves. —Kathy Wells, Brodhead, Wisconsin
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