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Fresh Mulled Apple Cider Recipe

 

I can't tell a lie. This post has been sitting here in drafts for a whole long year. Yes, I created this a year ago and somehow things got busy around here, what with adventure outside posts and Halloween posts, that I somehow missed sharing this most amazingly perfect autumn sipper.

You know I have a thing for the sippable favourites, and when the temperatures get cool, it's time to heat up those drinks.

Given that it is apple season, and that my husband and I depart for the west-coast Cali shores in just over a month, we're really into autumn all Canadian-style and part of that means a whole lot of apples (and toque wearing).

Magic Mulled Cider

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This apple cider recipe is definitely worth mulling up.

Ingredients
  • 8 apples, cored and each cut into 8
  • 2 Tbs ground cinnamon or 3 cinnamon sticks
  • 1 tsp ground nutmeg
  • 1 Tbs coriander seeds
  • 1 tsp turmeric
  • 1 tsp maca
  • 2 Tbs coconut sugar or succanat
  • Water to cover

Make It Like So
  1. Place all ingredients in a medium size pot and pour in enough water just to cover the apples.
  2. Bring to a boil and then reduce to simmer for 90 minutes.
  3. Allow to cool slightly and remove cinnamon sticks.
  4. Using a potato masher or fork, mush the apples and the pour full mix through a strainer or nut sack to remove the pulp and apple skins.
  5. Serve piping hot!

And what about the pulp? I threw mine into a blender and whipped it smooth and used it in place of apple sauce in a most amazingย Apple Gingerbread Cake.


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2 Responses to “Fresh Mulled Apple Cider Recipe”

  1. […] I drank on that day. I made it as delicious and healthy as possible (thanks to inspiration from Meghan Telpner’s recipe) and I think it turned out pretty darn tasty. And since I made this batch at home – I did add […]
  2. Sam said…
    You always have the best ideas! I would've never thought to do that with the pulp, but I love knowing that I'm not putting any of it to waste. Thanks for being awesome! :)

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