HOMEMADE FALL HARVEST HOT CROCKPOT APPLE CIDER #hot #drink #recipes #homemade #party

HOMEMADE FALL HARVEST HOT CROCKPOT APPLE CIDER #hot #drink #recipes #homemade #party

Accumulate the majority of the delightful, new, Fall and Winter organic product accessible, pop it into the slow cooker, and warm up with this heavenly Homemade Fall Harvest Hot Crockpot Apple Cider. Warm and soothing this hand crafted spiced apple juice formula is an absolute necessity in your arms stockpile of Fall beverages to support and pleasure.

It was absolutely my goal to make a major pot of this Crockpot Hot Apple Cider for Halloween night.

I visualized a cool stormy night where we would sit on the patio and have a couple of tastes of our flavorful hot juice straight from the moderate cooker, as we go out sweet to the area kids.

Along comes Halloween night, and it is so hot, we wind up sitting in the yard with the neighbors drinking frosty cold lagers. Too bad, my little hot apple juice dream was not to be.

My poor child was full into a major puffy pumpkin outfit for sure – that sweat-soaked little man was not a cheerful chappy.

HOMEMADE FALL HARVEST HOT CROCKPOT APPLE CIDER #hot #drink #recipes #homemade #party

Also try our recipe : SLOW COOKER PUMPKIN WHITE HOT CHOCOLATE #pumpkin #drink #healthyrecipes #chocolate #party

Ingredients :

  • 4 apples use multiple varieties
  • 2 persimmons
  • 1 pear I used an asian pear
  • 1 orange
  • Handful of pomegranate arils optional
  • 9 cups water
  • 3 cinnamon sticks
  • 2 tbsp mulling spices
  • honey or maple syrup to taste

Instructions :

  1. Core the apples, persimmons and pears and cut into quarters. Leave the skin on
  2. Cut the orange into slices
  3. Pop all of the fruit, along with the water, cinnamon sticks and mulling spices (tie these into some cheese cloth so that they are easily removed), into the crockpot. Set on low for 8 hours
  4. Once cooked, remove the cinnamon sticks, the mulling spices and as much of the fruit as possible
  5. Pour the remaining liquid into a blender (I do this in 2 batches), blend, and then pour through a fine mesh sieve (I actually used a nut milk bag), into a clean container
  6. Pour the cider back into the slow cooker, and set to keep warm
  7. Serve warm, and use some honey or maple syrup to sweeten if required. Garnish with some orange and apple slices and some pomegranate arils to make it pretty (optional)

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