Tag: apple cider

Spike It: Apple Cider-Bourbon Caramel Sauce

by in Recipes, September 21st, 2016

Apple Cider Bourbon CaramelWhile the rest of the world is losing their mind over pumpkin-flavored everything (um, ChapStick?! No, thanks), I can’t stop freaking out over my love for apple cider. And allllll the apple cider things.

Apple season is where it’s at, and it’s right now! We have months left to celebrate pumpkin, but we need to get our hands on the best apples right this minute and do a little more with them than slather them in peanut butter. You know?

Here’s the thing: I will apple cider anything I can get my hands on. I’ve even turned it into a verb. You can find me apple cidering all fall. Whatever you want to pumpkin, I want to cider.

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10 Recipes to Make When You Can’t Drink Any More Apple Cider

by in Recipes, September 16th, 2016

Apple Cider DoughnutsIt happens to the best of us: You finally follow through with plans to go apple picking and get so caught up in the perfect fall moment that you come home with an overabundance of fresh apple cider. This year, don’t panic. Instead of throwing away the perishable gallons taking up prime real estate in your fridge, use them to make a range of recipes, including dessert, weeknight dinner and, of course, doughnuts!

Apple Cider Doughnuts (pictured above)
Fall wouldn’t be complete without a generous helping of apple cider doughnuts. This recipe from Food Network Magazine makes a dozen, glazed and rolled in cinnamon sugar.

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8 Apple Cider Cocktails to Try This Fall

by in Food Network Magazine, In Season, September 18th, 2015

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If you’ve ever gone apple picking, you know that a hot cup of cider is the ultimate treat on a crisp fall day. But the unfiltered juice is too good to be limited to your orchard experiences. It’s equally delicious cold and makes an amazing home cocktail mixer. To get the party started, Food Network Magazine came up with eight fun recipes so you can begin toasting to fall. Get happy hour (and dessert) inspiration from the October issue below and start mixing.

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Best 4 Apple Cider Cocktails

by in Drinks, Recipes, October 1st, 2014

Mulled Apple Cider CocktailWhether you pick up a gallon at the orchard to accompany warm doughnuts or you simply buy a bottle while shopping at the grocery store, you’ll likely find yourself with apple cider on your hands this season. And when that happens, it’s time to mix up a cocktail. When thinking about mix-ins, stick with flavors that will complement the sweet, crisp taste of cider — warm cinnamon, simple fruit juices and sparkling wine are good places to start. Read on below for more ideas, and find Food Network’s top-four apple cider cocktails from Giada De Laurentiis, Alex Guarnaschelli and more chefs.

4. Sparkling Apple Cider Punch — The beauty of Nancy Fuller’s crimson-colored cocktail is that once you prepare one batch of this sparkling cider-cranberry punch, guests can help themselves to it, so you don’t have to prepare cocktails all night long.

3. Spiked Apple Cider Cocktails — For a fresh finish, garnish this rum-laced cocktail with a skewer of apple chunks.

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Reinvented: Apple Cider 4 Ways

by in Holidays, November 30th, 2012

Apple Cider 4 Ways - Grown-Up StyleHere in Food Network Kitchens, we love simple, classic recipes. We are also paid to think about food all day. So we’ve taken classic foods and drinks and reimagined them into three, four or five different ways. No standard recipes here, just the occasional technique and pictures. Think of it as a picture recipe.

Apple cider is delicious plain, but we decided to come up with a few simple additions to make it ready for a night on the town with the grown-ups.

First, start with the classic version