A great way to entertain for the holidays is to have a cider bar for everyone to enjoy.
Use a medium sized pumpkin, scraping the sides well and removing all the seeds and pulp before filling it with apple cider. Make apple slices and cinnamon sticks for garnish and serve in eclectic glasses like mason jars!
Here is a simple way to make your own apple cider.
Known in the U.S. and Canada as “sweet cider” because it’s not fermented like its “hard” cousin, this quintessential cool-weather sipper differs from standard grocery-store apple juice; the fresh crushed pulp and skins give it a unique tartness and an added texture. Relatively easy to make at home, this unfermented cider is the perfect way to squeeze out all the advantages of fresh fruit from markets and local orchards this season. Here’s our step-by-step guide to homemade apple cider.
You’ll need: 4 pounds of apples (makes one liter)
Blender or food processor
1-liter glass jar with lid
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