Two Teens And Their Mama: Crockpot Apple Cider & Fall Cocktails

Tuesday, October 20, 2015

Crockpot Apple Cider & Fall Cocktails


It's finally starting to get chilly and rainy - which means it's time for some yummy apple cider.  I prefer making this recipe in the crockpot because it stays warm all day, and it makes the house smell amazing.

Add 1/2 tsp. cinnamon and 1/4 tsp. nutmeg to a gallon of apple cider (I prefer this to apple juice because it's not as sweet), set the crockpot to low, and let it simmer for a few hours. Add a cinnamon stick to each cup when serving.  So good, and perfect for company or a day sitting by the fire with a favorite book.

To really spice things up, you could add some rum.  But I'm going to let Katie handle that. She's over on The Blended Blog today, sharing some Fall Cocktails. You'll definitely want to head over and check it out, because that girl knows her cocktails!



18 comments:

  1. This would be perfect for Halloween trick or treating! Thanks for sharing this!

    Jill
    Doused In Pink

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    1. We always make this on Halloween night!

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  2. I never liked apple cider because it was too sweet...but I'm going to try adding apple cider to it instead of apple juice...maybe I'll like it more then. Plus I'll add more rum...

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  3. I will have to make some of this for Valentina... minus the rum idea... lol...

    She loves these types of drinks and I trust her using a crock pot xox

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    1. It's so easy in the crock pot, so it's a great recipe for kids (minus the rum :)!

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  4. Sounds heavenly!! I love the idea of the fall spice aromas filling the house!! Happy Tuesday!!

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  5. That sounds delicious and like someone above said, it would be perfect for Halloween night!

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  6. Mm.. Cassidy loves to make this, but he doesn't usually use the crockpot. I imagine it makes the house smell so heavenly.

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    1. The crockpot just adds to the yumminess...

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  7. I love apple cider in the fall Lana. Thanks for sharing this recipe!
    Enjoy your week.
    Julie xo

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