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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.

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

Spiced Cider Bundles

Spiced Cider Bundles

Spiced Cider Bundles

I like to enhance the naturally good taste of hot apple cider with a bundle filled with cloves, allspice, dried orange peel and a cinnamon stick. It really warms you up on a winter day.—Alissa Stehr, Gau-Odernheim, Germany

Spiced Apple Cider

Spiced Apple Cider

Spiced Apple Cider

When the temperature drops outside, I like to warm up family and friends with steaming mugs of simple spiced cider. The recipe can easily be doubled for a larger group.—Deirdre Cox, Kansas City, Missouri
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Merry Mulled Cider

Merry Mulled Cider

Merry Mulled Cider

“When our children were younger, I always made warm cider for Christmas Eve. This herbal version was a favorite. The kids are grown, but my husband and I still enjoy a mug or two during the holidays for old time’s sake.” —Sue Gronholz, Beaver Dam, Wisconsin

Butterscotch Mulled Cider

Butterscotch Mulled Cider

Butterscotch Mulled Cider

Five minutes of preparation results in a dynamite slow-cooked drink. You’ll love the sweet taste of butterscotch and apple in this delightful cider. —Karen Mack, Webster, New York

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

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.

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.

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

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

Citrus Cider Punch

Citrus Cider Punch

Citrus Cider Punch

"I share this refreshing punch recipe with people who visit our apple cider mill," says Carolyn Beck of St. Johns, Michigan. "It's perfect for autumn and holiday gatherings."
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