9 Slow-Cooker Mulled Cider Recipes You Need This Fall

Why stand over the stove mulling cider when your slow-cooker can do all the work?
Mulled Cider


Put your slow-cooker to good use and whip up some mulled cider. 

It’s getting chilly outside, and as you gear up for fall and prepare for the holiday season, it’s important to keep in mind that cozy, fall-themed parties are right around the corner.

9 Slow-Cooker Mulled Cider Recipes You Need This Fall (Slideshow)

Take a moment to reminisce on some of your favorite fall drink recipes. If the thought of hot chocolate, fall beer flavors, and comforting red wines are making your taste buds tingle, that's fine — but if you're planning on doing some entertaining, we suggest you slow down and think about the best way to serve a large number of guests. Slow-cooker mulled cider is the stress-free way to please everyone.

Mulled cider is smooth and delicious, and preparing it in a slow cooker will keep both you and your guests at ease. A traditional batch of mulled cider — which in America usually means non-alcoholic apple juice — is a suitable place to start. There are also untraditional recipes that contain extra sugar, spice, or a splash of booze. No matter how you choose to serve your mulled cider, this is a fall drink that will keep your guests coming back for more.

In attempt to make your hosting duties a little bit easier, we’ve rounded up nine slow-cooker mulled cider recipes for your next fall bash.  

Apple Mulled Cider

Apple Mulled Cider


Heat things up with Apple Mulled Cider .

The warm aroma of cinnamon and crisp allspice in this apple cider recipe will make an old-fashioned autumn beverage taste better than ever.

Click here for the Apple Mulled Cider recipe.

Brandy Mulled Cider

Brandy Mulled Cider


Brandy Mulled Cider is delicious.

Looking to add a splash of booze to your mulled cider? This slow-cooker recipe spices things up with ginger, cinnamon, and a little bit of brandy.

Click here for the Brandy Mulled Cider recipe.

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