Hot Cider Recipes

October 28, 2011 at 7:37am

Don't you love the way mulled apple cider smells throughout the house? It's just about that time of the year, and having a pot of cider going for Halloween night might just be the ticket if there's a chill in the air. Here are a few recipes shared yesterday by our Deep South Dish family of readers. Do you have a recipe that you use and love? If you would like to share your recipe, please type or paste it in the comments below and I'll add it to the Note. {to go down a line when typing, press the shift and enter keys at the same time.}


These are reader contributed recipes, so if you have any questions, please leave them here in the comments.


Now if the weather down here would get back to being a little cooler... Enjoy!




Hot Buttered Cider

Shared by Nanc Bounds


4 cups Apple Cider

2 tbsp Maple Syrup

1 stick Cinnamon

6 Cloves

5 grates Nutmeg

2 pats Butter


Bring to simmer for a few minutes. Pour cider into a mug, add a shot of whiskey, top with whipped cream.




Hot Cider

Shared by Janice Hux Smith


One gallon apple cider + one bag of red hots. Pour into crock pot and simmer, stirring until red hots dissolve. Yummy!




Hot Cider

Shared by Melissa Stewart


Cranberry juice, pineapple juice, brown sugar 1/2 C packed, pkg of redhots, tied up in filter whole cloves 2tsp... put all in crockpot and simmer.




Hot Cinnamon Cider

Shared by Mary at Deep South Dish


3 quarts of apple cider

1/3 cup red cinnamon candies

1 tablespoon whole allspice

1 tablespoon honey


Bring cider, candies & allspice to a boil; reduce heat, cover and simmer 5 minutes. Remove allspice, stir in honey.






Shared by Mary at Deep South Dish


1 gallon of apple cider

2 teaspoons of whole cloves

2 teaspoons of whole allspice

2 sticks of cinnamon

2/3 cups of granulated sugar

2 small oranges, studded with cloves, optional for garnish


Bring cider, cloves, allspice, cinnamon and sugar to a boil; reduce heat, cover and simmer for 20 minutes. Strain and pour into punch bowl. Float oranges in bowl as a garnish.


*Betty Crocker Recipes for Life cookbook 1986