They’re coming! Cool autumn evenings. Cuddles by a bonfire. Pumpkin carving parties. Ah, all the comforts of fall. So, it’s time to starting thinking ahead to what sweets and treats you want to try whipping up in the kitchen to celebrate the season.
Our pick? Homemade apple cider drinks! From cinnamon-seasoned beverages to uncommon apple-ice cream medleys, you have to give at least one of these cider recipes a try.
Nicole from the Marvelous Misadventures of a Foodie shares a simple slow cooker spiced cider recipe complete with allspice, cloves, nutmeg and cinnamon. To make the hot beverage a little more fun for adults, she suggests adding a splash of Brandy to each mug. Ohhh!
Love to work from scratch? Ali from Gimme Some Oven shares a stove-top cider recipes guaranteed to make your home smell amazing. She simmers a blend of apples, oranges, spices and brown sugar until it’s just perfect for sipping on a chilly fall afternoon.
Need a refreshing seasonal beverage for a special autumn party? Look no further than to Danielle from Simmworks for her recipe for a chilled rum-spiked cider. This simple drink features all the classic flavors of the season — cinnamon, nutmeg and allspice — served on the rocks!
Are the kids begging for their own Halloween party drink? After working up a sweat bobbing for apples or playing dress up, help them cool off with an apple cider float from Alyssa at What’s Cooking, Love? Grab some cute mugs and fill them up with cider, ice cream and some decadent caramel sauce!
Are you looking for a cider recipe to fill your party punch bowl? Lauren from Tastes Better From Scratch shares a simple four ingredient sparkling chilled cider mix that both kids and adults will love. Why? It tastes very similar to a popular name brand bottled cider that’s oh so popular during the holiday season!
Need a hot drink to keep fall guests cozy? Krissy at Self Proclaimed Foodie has created a bourbon-lovers dream cider. Her simple recipe features a hint of maple and can easily stay warm in a slow cooker while you entertain.
Whether fall allergies or your first cold of the season have left you with a tickle in your throat, you have to try this soothing chilled cider from Heather at Real The Kitchen & Beyond. Her easy-peasy recipe comes together in a blender and is simple enough for older kids to make for themselves.
Finally, if you want to serve an after-dinner drink that screams “Fall is here!” you have to try this recipe from Ashley at Kitchen Meets Girl. She combines heavy whipping cream with apple cider, vanilla, sea salt and brown sugar to make an amazing liquid dessert in a mug.
This one is super-sweet and perfect for sipping on a warm autumn day.
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