Cheryl’s Thanksgiving Apple Cider

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Treat your Thanksgiving guests to a warm welcome with this festive cider. This healthy cider is different and refreshing with real dissolved apple pieces. It’s also a warm and easy way to welcome your guests as they arrive to Thanksgiving dinner.

Cheryl’s Thanksgiving Apple Cider

Ingredients:
1 gallon pure apple juice or cider
1 cinnamon stick
2 large apples, washed and cored (not peeled)
2 individual herbal apple tea bags.

Preparation:
Add all ingredients to crockpot and stir.
Cover and cook on low for 8-10 hours.
To serve, remove tea bags and stir.

About Cheryl Moeller

Cheryl Moeller has been married to her best friend Bob for 30 years. They are the parents of six children, one son-in-law, and three lively dogs. She uses her over-the-counter-top stand up comedy at women's groups and retreats, prays like it's her full-time job, writes a syndicated humor column, blogs about life with lots of kids at www.momlaughs.blogspot.com, and authors books such as Keep Courting: 100 Ways to Keep Courting After Marriage (purchase on their website) and Marriage Miracle (Harvest House 2010). Bob and Cheryl's passion is to connect two hearts for a lifetime. They have co-founded For Better For Worse For Keeps Ministries www.bobandcherylmoeller.com.

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Comments

  1. How long does this last in the refrigerator and is it good reheated? Sounds wonderful. I love a good cider.

  2. To answer the question in the last comment: I would not store my Thanksgiving Apple Cider more than four days in the refrigerator. It is best though within the
    first 48 hours of brewing. It makes your home smell heavenly. My
    grandparents lived in northern Michigan and always stored extra apples in the
    garage in the fall. I love to duplicate the aroma and memories that only apples can bring to the senses.

  3. My “Cheryl’s Thanksgiving Apple Cider can easily be made into a refreshinly different hot cider for welcoming Christmas carolers. Substitute 2 large pears, washed and cored (not peeled) instead of the apples.