Fall has officially come to Georgia, and to kick off the feel of the new season, we’ve decided to bring you a ketogenic hot apple cider recipe. This fall staple is warming, delicious, and super easy to brew.
For this recipe, you’ll prepare it per serving. It’s easy to multiply so you can prepare more than one serving for however many folks you’re trying to warm up.
- 6 oz (or 3/4 cup) per glass you’re trying to fill (12 oz or 1 1/2 cups for two glasses; 18 oz or 2 1/4 cups for three glasses; so on and so forth)
- 2 3″ cinnamon sticks, per glass
- 4 whole cloves, per glass
- 1 tbsp raw apple cider vinegar, per glass
- Liquid stevia extract to taste
- Granular erythritol (optional)
- Ground cinnamon (optional)
- Place water, cinnamon sticks, and cloves in pot. Bring water just to a boil (about 5 minutes).
- (Optional) While waiting for the water to boil, make an equal-parts mixture of granular erythritol and ground cinnamon. Using the tip of your finger, coat the rim of the drinking glasses with water. Place the wet rim into the erythritol/ground cinnamon mixture to give a tasty addition to the beverage.
- Add to each glass you are preparing 1 tbsp of raw apple cider vinegar.
- Once the water has come to a boil, remove the pot from the heat. Strain the water into each glass, or as you’ll see in the video, into your measuring cup for easy pouring into the glasses. (If you choose not to coat the rim (step 2), you shouldn’t have any problem straining directly into the glass you’re using.)
- Add liquid stevia extract to each glass to preferred taste. We found that just 1 quick squirt will give you the most authentic hot apple cider taste.
Stay tuned for more recipes that will incorporate this recipe! We’ll be sure to link them here soon.