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Sparkling Apple Cider

Sparkling Apple Cider

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We almost had November slide by without a give away of thanks.  Completely my fault as I have been playing catch-up on everything else besides our gratitude giveaways.  Sorry about that!  Not only do we have a little something to share with one lucky reader;  but, there is a recipe as well.  This recipe is for our non-alcohol drinking friends or for when you need a refreshing pick me up.  It was inspired by Morris Kitchen and I call it Sparkling Apple Cider.

I have been saving this bottle of delicious for autumn as it is meant for cozy times around the house, and it is a bottle of Morris Kitchen Boiled Apple Cider Syrup.  Being a regular reader, you already are aware that we are HUGE fans of Morris Kitchen products, in fact, we cannot imagine living without them!  

If, you are new to our little home, then let me tell you how awesome these syrups are.  We love that they are not overly sweet, instead, the fruit really shines through with every drop.  Not only do we use these syrups in beverages but also with cooking.  Back to the Boiled Apple Cider;  it is slightly spicy and apple juice, it tastes like a freshly picked apple.  I have been using it with baking, cocktails as well as savory dishes (pork glaze – OMG).  You are going to love it!


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Yield: 1 drink

Sparkling Apple Cider

Sparkling Apple Cider

Non-alcoholic sparkling apple cider is made with Morris Kitchen Spicy Apple Cider syrup and bubbly water!

Prep Time 5 minutes
Total Time 5 minutes


  • 2 ounces Morris Kitchen Boiled Apple Cider Syrup
  • sparkling water
  • apple for garnish
  • ice cubes


    Fill a slim cocktail glass with some ice.
    Pour the syrup over the ice, and top with sparkling water.
    Garnish with an apple slice.

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Micki Sanders

Tuesday 27th of November 2012

I would love to try this!

Theresa P

Tuesday 27th of November 2012

I would probably first use it to create a glaze for pork chops with a little chipotle pepper to compliment the sweet with a little spice. :)


Monday 26th of November 2012

Maybe to make granola?


Monday 26th of November 2012

I think this would go well with some cider-glazed brussel sprouts


Monday 26th of November 2012

Definitely mix it with some bourbon!

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