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Caramel Apple Cider is the Most Delicious Fall Treat

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With the turn of the season soon pending, many of us here in Texas are looking forward to cooler, crisp evenings when we can enjoy sitting around a backyard fire with a fall drink in our hand. Nothing speaks to this better than Caramel Apple Cider. And we’ve found a quick and easy, not to mention “skinny,” recipe for it at The Cookie Rookie.

Making apple cider from scratch can be somewhat time-consuming. With this easy recipe, The Cookie Rookie makes use of that wonderful invention called a Crock Pot. Lots of us love leave-it-and-go recipes, and this one will be warm and welcoming for everyone when the day is said-and-done. Before you start to worry about your diet, the recipe is low-calorie, so you needn’t stress about having a drink or two. With less sugar comes less guilt, and that’s something we can all enjoy! Not only that, but this can also be used to drink on its own, or as part of a cocktail!

Caramel Apple Cider

Caramel Apple Cider is the Most Delicious Fall Treat

INGREDIENTS:

Key ingredients for this recipe include:

Apples

1 Orange

Cinnamon Sticks

Whole Cloves

Caramel Sauce

INSTRUCTIONS:

The Cookie Rookie shares their full ingredient listing, amounts, and step-by-step instructions for making this delicious fall drink at the web link available here. Caramel Apple Cider is soon going to rank right up there with hot chocolate on your fall bonfire drink list, and that won’t surprise you. One sip of this warming beverage, with its delectable combination of flavors, and you’re going to wonder why you hadn’t thought about making this before! The Cookie Rookie says it’s one of the easiest recipes you can manage saying, “you literally cannot mess it up.” Go ahead and give it a try. There’s nothing to lose with a batch of steaming hot apple cider in your kitchen. Think of that scent wafting through your home, the smell of fall time out in the backyard, and your friends and family gathering to enjoy a cup of this around a fall fire. It sounds dreamy, doesn’t it?