Hot Spiced Apple Cider
This recipe allows you to heat things up with only four ingredients, making it an easy drink to prepare for a party. Make it your own by spiking it with your favorite rum.This recipe is courtesy of kitchentreaty.com.
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Cranberry Apple Cider Punch
For a refreshing, festive treat, nothing beats cranberry. It goes perfectly with apple and is in keeping with the season’s flavors and hint of Christmas. Plus, this recipe makes enough for 12 or more, so you don't have to spend all your time with a cocktail shaker in your hand.
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A mulled cider with a smooth and creamy taste. This recipe is courtesy of Jenn Segal on onceuponachef.com.
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Mulled Apple Cider Cocktail
Iron Chef Alex Guarnaschelli’s mulled apple cider is an updated take on traditional sangria. The use of seasonal fruit makes it a perfect pairing for Thanksgiving dinner. Substituting cava for white wine helps to open up your palate and keep things crisp. 
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Floats aren’t exactly traditional during the winter months, but they’re still a delicious treat, especially with apple cider. 
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Apple cider by itself is bright and yummy. Adding in some sparkling water makes for a bubbly (and healthy) twist.
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Ah, the mimosa: the quintessential brunch drink. We love this apple cider spin on this great staple morning sip. 
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2 ounces Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Cider2 ounces apple cider4 ounces chilled Champagne
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Apple 'Cider' Soup
This soup was developed as a part of a bigger multiple course meal. It is very unique in that it can be compared to a hot cup of apple cider. However, the chicken broth, apples, and five-spice powder add an interesting twist to it. The idea behind this soup is to give the guest something warm and acidic that when consumed will refresh the palate readying their taste buds to the next wonderful course. See all apple recipes. 
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This classic fall staple is easily enjoyed on Halloween, and satiates the sweet tooth with a dusting of sugar at the end. 
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Picture this: you’re outside for a better part of the morning, raking leaves in the brisk fall air and you’re finally on your last pile. You walk back into the house and it hits you: the crisp smell of apples, the homey aroma of cinnamon, and the tantalizing scent of allspice. This fantasy can become a reality if you make this slow cooker drink recipe before you head out.
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