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Hey everyone! Is it getting colder for you? Because I know we just had our first cold strike here in Virginia. With the weather getting cooler and the need to stay warm stronger, the Sunday Supper Movement is bringing you recipes that’ll warm your stomach and your soul. I’m hosting this week’s seasonal series of recipes, and would love for you to check out the all of the soul warming recipes below, and join us in the twitter chat at 7pm ET on Sunday!

Beverages

Desserts

Main Dishes and Soups

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For my recipe I’m bringing warm spiked apple cider using Virginia made apple cider. The picture featured at the top of this post is Carter Mountain Orchard in the Virginia Appalachian Valley. It’s located not too far from Charlottesville, and I have many fond memories of going apple picking, wine tasting, and buying delicious apple cider from this beautiful mountainside orchard. Each year I like to start out the winter with some warm apple cider from this orchard, and I’m excited to read about all the stories from others during the Warming Trends event this weekend!

My spiked apple cider recipe is easy to make, and only requires a few ingredients. I like to have spice bags handy when mulling cider, it makes removing the spices from the drink far less stressful and cuts down on the preparation time once the cider is warm. The easiest way to prepare this recipe is with a crock pot, but if you don’t have any available you can easily use a stove top pot. I hope you enjoy this recipe as much as I do, and that it fills your entire house with the sweet aroma of fall time. Check out my recipe in either my video shown above, or the written recipe below!

Gluten Free Hot Spiked Apple Cider

Prep Time: 10 minutes

Cook Time: 1 hour, 30 minutes

Gluten Free Hot Spiked Apple Cider

Ingredients

  • 1/2 gallon apple cider
  • 4 cinnamon sticks
  • 1/3 cup whole all spice
  • 1/3 cup whole cloves
  • 1/2 cup dark rum
  • peel of 1 orange

Instructions

  1. In a large pot, add the apple cider.
  2. Place the sticks and spices into spice bags, tie them off, and immerse them into the cider.
  3. Measure out the dark rum and add it to the cider.
  4. Carefully remove the peel from the orange, and add it to the cider.
  5. Place the lid on top of the cider, and place on the stove over low heat. Let the cider warm 1-2 hours before serving.
  6. Optionally, serve the cider with a cinnamon stick in the glass for presentation.
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  1. Tara says:

    First off thank you so much for hosting this wonderful event, I love the warming trends theme and with frost on the pumpkin this morning it is perfect. Secondly, your recipe sounds fantastic and I love the video.

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