Simple Hot Spiced Cider

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Hot Spiced Cider

Planning your Thanksgiving menu or a fall menu? Put this simple and fragrant cider on the burner for family or friends to enjoy while you’re visiting. It’s easy and delicious, and especially lovely when you use fresh-pressed apples! Be sure to let me know if you add anything extra special to your spiced cider, beyond the usual cinnamon and nutmeg. Happy Thanksgiving!

Thanksgiving

For each new morning with its light,
For rest and shelter of the night,
For health and food, for love and friends,
For everything Thy goodness sends.
–Ralph Waldo Emerson

Simple Hot Spiced Cider

Serves 4 (2 cup servings). While stirring, heat juice, ground cinnamon, and ground nutmeg over medium heat until quite warm. Pour into 4 mugs. Add a cinnmon stick to each. Enjoy with loved ones.

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Happy Thanksgiving! What do you put in your hot cider? How is your Thanksgiving menu shaping up?

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Comments

  1. Malenksha says

    My husband loves warm cider! But, perhaps a silly question… can you reuse the cinnamon stick? Money being tight right now I’m thinking we won’t be able to pull off that part of it. I’m going to try to treat him to this anyway. :-) Thanks for sharing!

  2. Jamie says

    Dear Wardeh-Happy Thanksgiving to you all, also! Having been gifted with lots of grapes this year, we juiced them and froze jarfuls. Now when we want apple cider, we thaw some grape juice and use the classic apple cider spices and enjoy nice warm grape cider! : ) Waste not, want not. The Lord gave us grapes. Not apples. Enjoy feasting! Regards-Jamie

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