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Non-Alcoholic Holiday Drink Recipes : Apple Cinnamon Drink Recipe

Non-Alcoholic Holiday Drink Recipes : Apple Cinnamon Drink Recipe


Hi! I’m Kelly for Expert Village. Today, I’m
going to be showing you how to make 15 quick and easy non-alcoholic beverages for this
holiday season. I repeat, they’re non-alcoholic. For those of you who don’t drink, you can
drink all you want. Of course, for the little ones, this is going to be a favorite. First
up is the apple cinnamon. What you will need are 2 ounces of cranberry juice, 4 ounces
of apple cider, ice, 2 measuring cups, and some cinnamon sticks. We are going to pour
the 2 ounces of cranberry juice into the measuring cup and 4 ounces of the apple cider. Add some
ice. First, pour the cranberry juice, then the apple cider. Get your cinnamon sticks.
One will be fine. Not only will you use the cinnamon stick as garnish, you will also use
to stir to add some flavor. There you go, an apple cinnamon.

Comments (9)

  1. isn't apple cider slightly alcoholic?

  2. @Fulltonic
    No, it's completely clean. It's a beverage that children drink, and it's served in a bottle that looks like a champagne bottle for somewhat extra kicks to give it the effect that it is alcoholic, even though the bottle clearly states that there is no alcohol in it.

  3. I love how much ice you put into your drinks. It's best when it's cold

  4. is apple cider appleade? because apple cider is alcaholic isnt it?

  5. @cianw10 you can get non-alcoholic apple cider which is basically just fizzy apple juice

  6. @cianw10
    In the UK at least, Apple cider is alcoholic. However, in the US, they refer to alcoholic cider as 'hard cider'. So I'm led to believe anyway – feel free to correct me if I'm wrong folks!

  7. Apple cider alcoholic RHhHahhRGggG or is thatcoz i am from the uk

  8. I'm sorry but I don't understand this recipe. Either it is alcoholic "cider" in which case the alcohol will not be burnt off or cider means something else in the US. I say this as an alcoholic trained chef. Maybe it's just a misunderstanding over words. After all, any nation that confuse "Christmas" with "holiday" so wilfully it's have other issues!?

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