Homemade Apple Cider
Anyone else crave all things cinnamon and festive as soon as October hits?? The other day as I was sitting in my kitchen staring at a bowl full of apples I began to crave cider. Like, seriously crave it. I could almost taste it in my mouth I wanted it so bad. Of course, most ciders that you find in the store or on Pinterest are full of SUGAR. Ugh! So, I threw a few ingredients in my slow cooker and hoped for the best. And it was amazing!! If you think people who use natural sweeteners aren’t living life to the fullest, try this recipe! You will be blown away! It is definitely a new favorite in the Taylor house!
Serving size: 2 (plus a delicious dessert of cinnamon apples as a bonus!)
+ 5 Apples, quartered
+ 1/4 – 1/2 cup pure local Honey
+ 2 Cinnamon Sticks
+ 5 drops Young Living Cinnamon Bark essential oil
- Wash and quarter your apples. Remove any seeds.
- Place in Slow Cooker
- Add Cinnamon Sticks
- Add Honey
- Add Cinnamon Bark eo
- Cover with water
- Turn slow cooker on high for about 2 hours (until apples are soft)
- Let cool, then remove apples. Strain the liquid with a fine strainer
- Enjoy your cider with a side of cinnamon apples!
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Naturally, the Taylors