This easy hot apple cider is a delightful way to welcome fall and enjoy a hot seasonal drink! I love embracing the season by enjoying a hot cup of cider. It truly helps me take in the moments and savor my surroundings.
This is one of the many hot beverage recipes on our site and it goes wonderfully with this oatmeal cookie recipe. The flavors of the apples and the oatmeal, complement each other well.
It is hard to believe that we are nearly halfway through October already! With the cooler weather coming, I thought I would share my simple recipe for Crock Pot Apple Cider. This is a super simple Apple Cider recipe that is great for cool evenings, rainy mornings and Halloween parties. It also makes the kitchen smell wonderful whenever I make it!
One thing I should add is that you can make this in your crockpot or on the stove. Either method works and it is a nice hot beverage for the entire family.
The thing is, here in Southern California, we have been having 80 degree weather, so it feels like fall in the mornings and evenings, but the days kind of feel like summer. One day it will all change suddenly, as it always does.
So when it does cool down, I will be making this hot cider recipe. All you need are a few ingredients.
I used a crock pot, but you can also do this on the stove in a large pot. This recipe older than the hills. Why try this one? Well, I do not like to add a ton of brown or white sugar, because the apple cider is already really sweet, so my version makes for a nice, hot beverage that is not overly sweet.
Hope you enjoy it and have a glass with me. What is your favorite hot beverage to make during fall?
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Crock Pot Hot Apple Cider
2 quarts apple cider
1 orange, sliced
1 tablespoon brown sugar
1 teaspoon nutmeg
1/2 teaspoon ground cloves
2-3 cinnamon sticks
Combine all ingredients in a crock pot and simmer on low 3-4 hours. You can also make this on the stove and flavors start to combine in about an hour. Remove cinnamon sticks before serving.