Some of you have asked me about the cider recipe I’ve been talking about on Twitter. Well, it’s pretty delicious and I’m happy to share. The only thing is, there is no real recipe. I just sort of add some extra ingredients to normal cider to make it extra amazing. I got this idea from Jordan’s sister a couple years ago and one rainy day last month Jordan and I just got this craving. It guess it was just a warm cider kind of day.
What you’ll need:
Dark Rum (optional)
(I use Trader Joe’s Spiced Cider, 64 oz.)
Cut your apple into slices. Add them to a large pot and saute them in butter, sugar and cinnamon. I honestly just added what I thought was a good amount, there are no real measurements here. Continue to saute until the apple slices have softened and the ingredients have started to caramelize. Then pour the entire jug of Cider into the pot. Keep over heat, stirring, for another five minutes or so until the mixture becomes an even consistency. Then, if you’d like to make it a little more special, the drink tastes great with a dark rum. The amount you add is up to you. ;] Enjoy!
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I’ve actually never had apple cider (I don’t think), but this sounds so so good!
I haven’t had any apple cider yet this winter.
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Great recipe and LOVING that amazing cup! How adorable is that??? Thanks for sharing!
Brandi – Etsy Blog Team
Heading to the store for apples. This looks divine.
That looks really tasty 🙂 I’ve never tried warm apple cider before, might give it a try this winter 🙂
I like how you said the dark rum is optional… in my mind rum is NEVER optional, it is a must 😉
Wow looks amazing!! Just found your blog–LOVEE it!
ah! i need to try this! and i LOVE that mug. oh my gosh.