The flavor of fresh cider does not fall far from the apple tree. Whether these drink recipes call for homemade apples or hard cider or simply build cider into the mix, these easy drink recipes are the picks of the orchard.See Popular Apple Cider Recipes
Transform ordinary cider into a colorful drink with a syrup made of frozen berries spiced with ginger.
Heat up a chilly fall or winter day with a mug full of apple cider with a hint of citrus and warm spices. Increase the intensity of the cinnamon, clove and anise infusion by lengthening the simmer time.
Perfect for warming up on a cold day, this tangy cider is a holiday favorite. If you're planning for a party, double the ingredients and heat in a slow cooker.
There's nothing like warm, spicy apple cider to break the ice when you're entertaining on a chilly day.
Don't just sip on fall's favorite drink--cook with it, too! From salad dressings to desserts, these are the apple cider recipes you need all season.
A simple recipe for Mulled Apple Cider to warm you up all season long.
Is there any one flavor that epitomizes autumn like the sweet, wholesome taste of apples? Now, we're a big believer in the whole "apple a day" thing; our fridge is generally never without a bag of whole ones. But even though we eat them year-round, there's still something special about savoring them in the fall, particularly when they're warm and given a dash of good spice.
As the old adage goes, when life hands you lemons, make lemonade. So, it only stands to reason that when life hands you apples, you make apple cider. And if your apple crop kinda stinks?
This is a festive hot cider that definitely will be a hit at your next holiday gathering.
Applesauce adds even more fall flavor to these cider-flavored breakfast treats. Bonus: It replaces some of the fat while keeping these muffins moist!
Glazed apples and cider-brined turkey unite in this fall-friendly feast. Use the delicious drippings to make a tangy apple gravy.
This basic holiday drink recipe is also good for Halloween, Thanksgiving, or any fall celebration.
Berries provide traditional mulled cider refreshingly fruity taste.
Similar to a Black Velvet, which is made with Guinness and Champagne, this beer cocktail has a double hit of apples from both hard cider and apple brandy. Hence, the name, derived from Eve's penchant for the forbidden fruit.
Simple to make and delightful to eat, these fruit- and nut-stuffed apples smell wonderful simmering in the crockpot. Dress them up with a scoop of ice cream and drizzle of sea salt caramel glaze.