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Ingredients

  • 8 Cups apple cider
  • 6 cinnamon sticks
  • 1 orange
  • 2 Tablespoons whole cloves
  • desired amount of rum

Directions

Pour apple cider into a 2.5-quart or other slow cooker. Add cinnamon sticks to cider. With a toothpick, poke holes all around the orange, about 1/2 inch to 1 inch apart. Carefully poke the cloves into the toothpick holes in the orange. Place orange into the cider in the slow cooker. Cook on low until hot and spiced through. Ladle into mugs along with an ounce or of rum if using. Place a cinnamon stick in each glass if desired and serve.


Hot Spiced Apple Cider

This hot spiced apple cider uses apple cider or apple juice for a healthy, spicy and easy drink that’s perfect for Thanksgiving or Christmas. This recipe is naturally paleo with a vegan option.

During the holidays, or really any type of get together, I always forget about drinks until the last minute. If you’re like me and need something quick (or even if you plan well ahead), then this is perfect! By the way, it makes the house smell amazing.


It’s so simple but so delicious to warm up with a small mug of this. It can be fairly strong stuff, so a small serving is just right, or you can water it down slightly.

This recipe calls for orange skin. When I have navel oranges, I use a vegetable peeler to peel them before I remove the white pith and enjoy my orange.

Then I leave the skin on a plate on the counter for a day or two until completely dry before storing in an airtight container or bag.

Sometimes I even grind it up and store it that way to use in recipes that call for orange zest when I have no fresh oranges. The same amount of dried zest can be used in place of fresh if you’re interested in trying it.


As for apple cider, you want to look for a very minimally processed juice. The juice at the store that is completely clear has so much of the nutrition removed, you’re much better off finding a murky juice, even one that you can still see little bits of apple pulp floating around in.

If you live near an apple orchard, that’s your best bet for finding a minimally processed apple juice or cider. If not, look for apple juice with nothing else added, and certainly no extra sugar.


We enjoy this hot spiced apple cider without any sweetener in it. We think it’s sweet enough with the natural sweetness from the apple juice.

But if you prefer, you can use a little honey or maple syrup for a vegan version.


Want to spike it? Add a bit of rum! 2-3 tablespoons per cup (240 ml) of hot spiced apple cider is what we like to use.

I’d love to hear how you all like this homemade apple cider! It’s our go-to holiday party drink recipe.


Hot Spiced Apple Cider

This hot spiced apple cider uses apple cider or apple juice for a healthy, spicy and easy drink that’s perfect for Thanksgiving or Christmas. This recipe is naturally paleo with a vegan option.

During the holidays, or really any type of get together, I always forget about drinks until the last minute. If you’re like me and need something quick (or even if you plan well ahead), then this is perfect! By the way, it makes the house smell amazing.


It’s so simple but so delicious to warm up with a small mug of this. It can be fairly strong stuff, so a small serving is just right, or you can water it down slightly.

This recipe calls for orange skin. When I have navel oranges, I use a vegetable peeler to peel them before I remove the white pith and enjoy my orange.

Then I leave the skin on a plate on the counter for a day or two until completely dry before storing in an airtight container or bag.

Sometimes I even grind it up and store it that way to use in recipes that call for orange zest when I have no fresh oranges. The same amount of dried zest can be used in place of fresh if you’re interested in trying it.


As for apple cider, you want to look for a very minimally processed juice. The juice at the store that is completely clear has so much of the nutrition removed, you’re much better off finding a murky juice, even one that you can still see little bits of apple pulp floating around in.

If you live near an apple orchard, that’s your best bet for finding a minimally processed apple juice or cider. If not, look for apple juice with nothing else added, and certainly no extra sugar.


We enjoy this hot spiced apple cider without any sweetener in it. We think it’s sweet enough with the natural sweetness from the apple juice.

But if you prefer, you can use a little honey or maple syrup for a vegan version.


Want to spike it? Add a bit of rum! 2-3 tablespoons per cup (240 ml) of hot spiced apple cider is what we like to use.

I’d love to hear how you all like this homemade apple cider! It’s our go-to holiday party drink recipe.


Hot Spiced Apple Cider

This hot spiced apple cider uses apple cider or apple juice for a healthy, spicy and easy drink that’s perfect for Thanksgiving or Christmas. This recipe is naturally paleo with a vegan option.

During the holidays, or really any type of get together, I always forget about drinks until the last minute. If you’re like me and need something quick (or even if you plan well ahead), then this is perfect! By the way, it makes the house smell amazing.


It’s so simple but so delicious to warm up with a small mug of this. It can be fairly strong stuff, so a small serving is just right, or you can water it down slightly.

This recipe calls for orange skin. When I have navel oranges, I use a vegetable peeler to peel them before I remove the white pith and enjoy my orange.

Then I leave the skin on a plate on the counter for a day or two until completely dry before storing in an airtight container or bag.

Sometimes I even grind it up and store it that way to use in recipes that call for orange zest when I have no fresh oranges. The same amount of dried zest can be used in place of fresh if you’re interested in trying it.


As for apple cider, you want to look for a very minimally processed juice. The juice at the store that is completely clear has so much of the nutrition removed, you’re much better off finding a murky juice, even one that you can still see little bits of apple pulp floating around in.

If you live near an apple orchard, that’s your best bet for finding a minimally processed apple juice or cider. If not, look for apple juice with nothing else added, and certainly no extra sugar.


We enjoy this hot spiced apple cider without any sweetener in it. We think it’s sweet enough with the natural sweetness from the apple juice.

But if you prefer, you can use a little honey or maple syrup for a vegan version.


Want to spike it? Add a bit of rum! 2-3 tablespoons per cup (240 ml) of hot spiced apple cider is what we like to use.

I’d love to hear how you all like this homemade apple cider! It’s our go-to holiday party drink recipe.


Hot Spiced Apple Cider

This hot spiced apple cider uses apple cider or apple juice for a healthy, spicy and easy drink that’s perfect for Thanksgiving or Christmas. This recipe is naturally paleo with a vegan option.

During the holidays, or really any type of get together, I always forget about drinks until the last minute. If you’re like me and need something quick (or even if you plan well ahead), then this is perfect! By the way, it makes the house smell amazing.


It’s so simple but so delicious to warm up with a small mug of this. It can be fairly strong stuff, so a small serving is just right, or you can water it down slightly.

This recipe calls for orange skin. When I have navel oranges, I use a vegetable peeler to peel them before I remove the white pith and enjoy my orange.

Then I leave the skin on a plate on the counter for a day or two until completely dry before storing in an airtight container or bag.

Sometimes I even grind it up and store it that way to use in recipes that call for orange zest when I have no fresh oranges. The same amount of dried zest can be used in place of fresh if you’re interested in trying it.


As for apple cider, you want to look for a very minimally processed juice. The juice at the store that is completely clear has so much of the nutrition removed, you’re much better off finding a murky juice, even one that you can still see little bits of apple pulp floating around in.

If you live near an apple orchard, that’s your best bet for finding a minimally processed apple juice or cider. If not, look for apple juice with nothing else added, and certainly no extra sugar.


We enjoy this hot spiced apple cider without any sweetener in it. We think it’s sweet enough with the natural sweetness from the apple juice.

But if you prefer, you can use a little honey or maple syrup for a vegan version.


Want to spike it? Add a bit of rum! 2-3 tablespoons per cup (240 ml) of hot spiced apple cider is what we like to use.

I’d love to hear how you all like this homemade apple cider! It’s our go-to holiday party drink recipe.


Hot Spiced Apple Cider

This hot spiced apple cider uses apple cider or apple juice for a healthy, spicy and easy drink that’s perfect for Thanksgiving or Christmas. This recipe is naturally paleo with a vegan option.

During the holidays, or really any type of get together, I always forget about drinks until the last minute. If you’re like me and need something quick (or even if you plan well ahead), then this is perfect! By the way, it makes the house smell amazing.


It’s so simple but so delicious to warm up with a small mug of this. It can be fairly strong stuff, so a small serving is just right, or you can water it down slightly.

This recipe calls for orange skin. When I have navel oranges, I use a vegetable peeler to peel them before I remove the white pith and enjoy my orange.

Then I leave the skin on a plate on the counter for a day or two until completely dry before storing in an airtight container or bag.

Sometimes I even grind it up and store it that way to use in recipes that call for orange zest when I have no fresh oranges. The same amount of dried zest can be used in place of fresh if you’re interested in trying it.


As for apple cider, you want to look for a very minimally processed juice. The juice at the store that is completely clear has so much of the nutrition removed, you’re much better off finding a murky juice, even one that you can still see little bits of apple pulp floating around in.

If you live near an apple orchard, that’s your best bet for finding a minimally processed apple juice or cider. If not, look for apple juice with nothing else added, and certainly no extra sugar.


We enjoy this hot spiced apple cider without any sweetener in it. We think it’s sweet enough with the natural sweetness from the apple juice.

But if you prefer, you can use a little honey or maple syrup for a vegan version.


Want to spike it? Add a bit of rum! 2-3 tablespoons per cup (240 ml) of hot spiced apple cider is what we like to use.

I’d love to hear how you all like this homemade apple cider! It’s our go-to holiday party drink recipe.


Hot Spiced Apple Cider

This hot spiced apple cider uses apple cider or apple juice for a healthy, spicy and easy drink that’s perfect for Thanksgiving or Christmas. This recipe is naturally paleo with a vegan option.

During the holidays, or really any type of get together, I always forget about drinks until the last minute. If you’re like me and need something quick (or even if you plan well ahead), then this is perfect! By the way, it makes the house smell amazing.


It’s so simple but so delicious to warm up with a small mug of this. It can be fairly strong stuff, so a small serving is just right, or you can water it down slightly.

This recipe calls for orange skin. When I have navel oranges, I use a vegetable peeler to peel them before I remove the white pith and enjoy my orange.

Then I leave the skin on a plate on the counter for a day or two until completely dry before storing in an airtight container or bag.

Sometimes I even grind it up and store it that way to use in recipes that call for orange zest when I have no fresh oranges. The same amount of dried zest can be used in place of fresh if you’re interested in trying it.


As for apple cider, you want to look for a very minimally processed juice. The juice at the store that is completely clear has so much of the nutrition removed, you’re much better off finding a murky juice, even one that you can still see little bits of apple pulp floating around in.

If you live near an apple orchard, that’s your best bet for finding a minimally processed apple juice or cider. If not, look for apple juice with nothing else added, and certainly no extra sugar.


We enjoy this hot spiced apple cider without any sweetener in it. We think it’s sweet enough with the natural sweetness from the apple juice.

But if you prefer, you can use a little honey or maple syrup for a vegan version.


Want to spike it? Add a bit of rum! 2-3 tablespoons per cup (240 ml) of hot spiced apple cider is what we like to use.

I’d love to hear how you all like this homemade apple cider! It’s our go-to holiday party drink recipe.


Hot Spiced Apple Cider

This hot spiced apple cider uses apple cider or apple juice for a healthy, spicy and easy drink that’s perfect for Thanksgiving or Christmas. This recipe is naturally paleo with a vegan option.

During the holidays, or really any type of get together, I always forget about drinks until the last minute. If you’re like me and need something quick (or even if you plan well ahead), then this is perfect! By the way, it makes the house smell amazing.


It’s so simple but so delicious to warm up with a small mug of this. It can be fairly strong stuff, so a small serving is just right, or you can water it down slightly.

This recipe calls for orange skin. When I have navel oranges, I use a vegetable peeler to peel them before I remove the white pith and enjoy my orange.

Then I leave the skin on a plate on the counter for a day or two until completely dry before storing in an airtight container or bag.

Sometimes I even grind it up and store it that way to use in recipes that call for orange zest when I have no fresh oranges. The same amount of dried zest can be used in place of fresh if you’re interested in trying it.


As for apple cider, you want to look for a very minimally processed juice. The juice at the store that is completely clear has so much of the nutrition removed, you’re much better off finding a murky juice, even one that you can still see little bits of apple pulp floating around in.

If you live near an apple orchard, that’s your best bet for finding a minimally processed apple juice or cider. If not, look for apple juice with nothing else added, and certainly no extra sugar.


We enjoy this hot spiced apple cider without any sweetener in it. We think it’s sweet enough with the natural sweetness from the apple juice.

But if you prefer, you can use a little honey or maple syrup for a vegan version.


Want to spike it? Add a bit of rum! 2-3 tablespoons per cup (240 ml) of hot spiced apple cider is what we like to use.

I’d love to hear how you all like this homemade apple cider! It’s our go-to holiday party drink recipe.


Hot Spiced Apple Cider

This hot spiced apple cider uses apple cider or apple juice for a healthy, spicy and easy drink that’s perfect for Thanksgiving or Christmas. This recipe is naturally paleo with a vegan option.

During the holidays, or really any type of get together, I always forget about drinks until the last minute. If you’re like me and need something quick (or even if you plan well ahead), then this is perfect! By the way, it makes the house smell amazing.


It’s so simple but so delicious to warm up with a small mug of this. It can be fairly strong stuff, so a small serving is just right, or you can water it down slightly.

This recipe calls for orange skin. When I have navel oranges, I use a vegetable peeler to peel them before I remove the white pith and enjoy my orange.

Then I leave the skin on a plate on the counter for a day or two until completely dry before storing in an airtight container or bag.

Sometimes I even grind it up and store it that way to use in recipes that call for orange zest when I have no fresh oranges. The same amount of dried zest can be used in place of fresh if you’re interested in trying it.


As for apple cider, you want to look for a very minimally processed juice. The juice at the store that is completely clear has so much of the nutrition removed, you’re much better off finding a murky juice, even one that you can still see little bits of apple pulp floating around in.

If you live near an apple orchard, that’s your best bet for finding a minimally processed apple juice or cider. If not, look for apple juice with nothing else added, and certainly no extra sugar.


We enjoy this hot spiced apple cider without any sweetener in it. We think it’s sweet enough with the natural sweetness from the apple juice.

But if you prefer, you can use a little honey or maple syrup for a vegan version.


Want to spike it? Add a bit of rum! 2-3 tablespoons per cup (240 ml) of hot spiced apple cider is what we like to use.

I’d love to hear how you all like this homemade apple cider! It’s our go-to holiday party drink recipe.


Hot Spiced Apple Cider

This hot spiced apple cider uses apple cider or apple juice for a healthy, spicy and easy drink that’s perfect for Thanksgiving or Christmas. This recipe is naturally paleo with a vegan option.

During the holidays, or really any type of get together, I always forget about drinks until the last minute. If you’re like me and need something quick (or even if you plan well ahead), then this is perfect! By the way, it makes the house smell amazing.


It’s so simple but so delicious to warm up with a small mug of this. It can be fairly strong stuff, so a small serving is just right, or you can water it down slightly.

This recipe calls for orange skin. When I have navel oranges, I use a vegetable peeler to peel them before I remove the white pith and enjoy my orange.

Then I leave the skin on a plate on the counter for a day or two until completely dry before storing in an airtight container or bag.

Sometimes I even grind it up and store it that way to use in recipes that call for orange zest when I have no fresh oranges. The same amount of dried zest can be used in place of fresh if you’re interested in trying it.


As for apple cider, you want to look for a very minimally processed juice. The juice at the store that is completely clear has so much of the nutrition removed, you’re much better off finding a murky juice, even one that you can still see little bits of apple pulp floating around in.

If you live near an apple orchard, that’s your best bet for finding a minimally processed apple juice or cider. If not, look for apple juice with nothing else added, and certainly no extra sugar.


We enjoy this hot spiced apple cider without any sweetener in it. We think it’s sweet enough with the natural sweetness from the apple juice.

But if you prefer, you can use a little honey or maple syrup for a vegan version.


Want to spike it? Add a bit of rum! 2-3 tablespoons per cup (240 ml) of hot spiced apple cider is what we like to use.

I’d love to hear how you all like this homemade apple cider! It’s our go-to holiday party drink recipe.


Hot Spiced Apple Cider

This hot spiced apple cider uses apple cider or apple juice for a healthy, spicy and easy drink that’s perfect for Thanksgiving or Christmas. This recipe is naturally paleo with a vegan option.

During the holidays, or really any type of get together, I always forget about drinks until the last minute. If you’re like me and need something quick (or even if you plan well ahead), then this is perfect! By the way, it makes the house smell amazing.


It’s so simple but so delicious to warm up with a small mug of this. It can be fairly strong stuff, so a small serving is just right, or you can water it down slightly.

This recipe calls for orange skin. When I have navel oranges, I use a vegetable peeler to peel them before I remove the white pith and enjoy my orange.

Then I leave the skin on a plate on the counter for a day or two until completely dry before storing in an airtight container or bag.

Sometimes I even grind it up and store it that way to use in recipes that call for orange zest when I have no fresh oranges. The same amount of dried zest can be used in place of fresh if you’re interested in trying it.


As for apple cider, you want to look for a very minimally processed juice. The juice at the store that is completely clear has so much of the nutrition removed, you’re much better off finding a murky juice, even one that you can still see little bits of apple pulp floating around in.

If you live near an apple orchard, that’s your best bet for finding a minimally processed apple juice or cider. If not, look for apple juice with nothing else added, and certainly no extra sugar.


We enjoy this hot spiced apple cider without any sweetener in it. We think it’s sweet enough with the natural sweetness from the apple juice.

But if you prefer, you can use a little honey or maple syrup for a vegan version.


Want to spike it? Add a bit of rum! 2-3 tablespoons per cup (240 ml) of hot spiced apple cider is what we like to use.

I’d love to hear how you all like this homemade apple cider! It’s our go-to holiday party drink recipe.



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