Recipe by Domestic Goddess
"A different kind of tasting hot beverage that's good to have instead of coffee or tea. It's nice to have during the autumn and winter months, especially the holidays."
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My coworker made this in a crock pot. She added an orange slice and cinnamon stick to each glass - it was so good! I am going to make this for New Year's Eve.
I absolutely love this recipe. I too made it in the crockpot. The sliced orange is a great idea. Will definitely be serving this on Halloween night!
Great Christmas punch! I made mine in the crock pot.
I love this punch! I had it once at a bridal shower and didn't get the recipe. Now that I found it, I'll be making this often. Thanks!
My mother makes this every Christmas, it is delicious!
A great and easy hot beverage for the fall. I have made this for big and smaller dinners and it is wonderful. I've had good cooks asking what it is made of. This is a keeper in my files for entertaining
This is such a nice change for a hot beverage on a cold fall day. The kids loved this and so did I. I made it in a crock pot originally but the kids have been adding red hots to the apple cider and microwaving it.
.nice and easy. Everyone enjoyed it with several people especially telling me they liked it. the orange slices helped make it look like you worked harder. maybe I'll try lemon slices next time.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/18 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 18
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 0
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