9 Slow-Cooker Mulled Cider Recipes You Need This Fall from 9 Slow-Cooker Mulled Cider Recipes You Need This Fall

9 Slow-Cooker Mulled Cider Recipes You Need This Fall

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9 Slow-Cooker Mulled Cider Recipes You Need This Fall

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

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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

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Brandy Mulled Cider

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.

Buttered Apple Mulled Cider

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Buttered Apple Mulled Cider

By adding maple syrup and a slow-cooker to the mix, this recipe is another way to transform the original apple cider into a heartfelt and delectable treat. This is a delicious way for the cider-lover to try something new.

Click here for the Buttered Apple Mulled Cider recipe.

Cinnamon and Apple Mulled Cider

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Cinnamon and Apple Mulled Cider

Ginger, cinnamon, and orange slices come together to make a tangy version of mulled cider in this recipe. Be sure to have a cheesecloth for the cinnamon sticks, cloves, and allspice before you start to prepare this drink.

Click here for the Cinnamon and Apple Mulled Cider recipe.

Cranberry Juice Mulled Cider

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Cranberry Juice Mulled Cider

Thanksgiving has made cranberries a true marker of fall. Move your cranberries from the side dish section to the bar with this cranberry juice mulled cider recipe.

Click here for the Cranberry Juice Mulled Cider recipe.

 

Ginger Citrus Mulled Cider

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Ginger Citrus Mulled Cider

Honey, lemons, ginger root, and oranges. This mulled cider recipe has it all, making it perfect to serve at a wide variety of fall parties.

Click here for the Ginger Citrus Mulled Cider recipe.

Hot Spiced Apple Cider

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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.

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Orange Zest Mulled Cider

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Orange Zest Mulled Cider

The simplicity of this recipe gives it the ability to be prepared in many ways. Whether it be in a slow-cooker or on a stove top, the orange zest in this cider will warm your spirits.

Click here for the Orange Zest Mulled Cider recipe.

Pineapple Brown Sugar Mulled Cider

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Pineapple Brown Sugar Mulled Cider

Feeling unprepared to put away your favorite summer fruits? Here’s a unique recipe that puts pineapple into the picture. Create a tropical yet soothing atmosphere and serve this drink in the early months of fall.

Click here for the Pineapple Brown Sugar Mulled Cider recipe.

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9 Slow-Cooker Mulled Cider Recipes You Need This Fall