04Oct2017 Slow Cooker Apple Cider – VIDEO TUTORIAL This Slow Cooker Apple Cider is perfect for entertaining guests this fall! Store-bought apple cider, orange juice, peach nectar, and spices make this Crockpot Apple Cider a family favorite this season! In our area here in South Central Pennsylvania, I feel like we have fall for about 3 days total. The temperature yo-yos back and forth between hot, chilly, and COLD before ultimately settling in on COLD until May of the following year. It’s so frustrating! I look forward to leaving the windows in the entire house open to get a nice cool breeze through the rooms in the fall. I was able to do this for a few days late last week, but now I’m contemplating putting the air conditioner back on! The boys come home from school all sweaty wondering why I sent them to school in hoodies and jeans. It’s so hard to dress then when the mornings are really chilly, but the afternoons feel like July! No matter whether it’s hot, chilly, or cold where you are today – you can be sure that putting together this amazing Slow Cooker Apple Cider will make you totally in the autumn mood! Not only that, but your entire house will smell absolutely delicious as well. If you have an 8 quart Crockpot, you can just barely fit double the ingredients in there if you’re expecting a large crowd. I tested this recipe with double ingredients and it was just as wonderful! Yield: 8 – 10 servingsAuthor: Kelly MillerPrint Recipe Slow Cooker Apple Cider This Slow Cooker Apple Cider is perfect for entertaining guests this fall! Store-bought apple cider, orange juice, peach nectar, and spices make this Crockpot Apple Cider a family favorite this season! prep time: 5 MINScook time: 2 hourtotal time: 2 hours and 5 mins INGREDIENTS: 1/2 gallon refrigerated apple cider 1 cup orange juice 3/4 cup peach nectar 1 teaspoon ground allspice 1/2 teaspoon ground cloves 1/2 teaspoon ground nutmeg 4 whole cinnamon sticks (plus more for garnish) INSTRUCTIONS In a slow cooker, stir together apple cider, orange juice, peach nectar, and spices. Drop cinnamon sticks into mixture. Cover and cook on low for 2 – 4 hours. Switch to “Keep Warm” setting and serve directly out of the Crockpot. https://www.mostlyhomemademom.com/2017/10/slow-cooker-apple-cider-video-tutorial.html Copyright 2017 Mostly Homemade Mom Created using The Recipes Generator I’ve seen great Facebook videos on making your own fall potpourri in the Crockpot, why not make this instead! It serves double duty as a great house-filling potpourri – unlike ANY air freshner from the store – but also as a delicious drink for your family as well. I’m sure you’ll love this one!