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Mulled Cider in a Crockpot

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It wouldn’t be Fall without some mulled cider. This is an easy way to make it and forget about it all day. I usually halve this recipe for ten or fewer people. I use a coffee filter (tied with butcher’s twine) to hold all the spices.

Ingredients

  • 1 gallon Apple Cider (preferably Filtered, But Not Necessary)
  • ½ cups Brown Sugar
  • 2 teaspoons Allspice, Whole
  • 3 teaspoons Cloves, Whole
  • 4 sticks Cinnamon
  • 2 dashes Nutmeg
  • 1 whole Orange, Cut In Half

Preparation

Pour cider into crock pot. Stir in brown sugar.

In a coffee filter or cheesecloth, place the allspice, cloves, cinnamon and nutmeg. Carefully fold up the coffee filter, making sure none of the spices can fall out. Tie up with butcher’s twine and place into the cider.

Slice an orange in half and place sliced side down into the cider. Cover and heat on low for several hours before guests arrive, or can be heated on high for an hour or two until it’s hot enough and then turn the heat down to low.

Keep spice bag and orange halves in the cider the entire time.

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Darby on 9.5.2009

Great recipe! I make this recipe every Thanksgiving and Christmas. I always need to make sure I have ingredients for multiple batches. As it is always a hit. Makes me want some now though!

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agentn on 8.30.2009

Oh… I can’t wait to try this. We have tons of regular Martinellis laying around… wonder what it will be like with regular staight up apple juice!

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christinem on 7.9.2010

Fabulous! I made this a while back but forgot to review it…Makes the house smell nice, too – and so easy! I’ve had similar ones but I think the allspice is what makes this one different. Thanks, Babsy!

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