Warmth for the Winter Months!
Hot apple cider is a delicious low carb beverage that has all the Fall flavors that we know and love! Although you probably get a hankering for this drink in the cooler months, know that the simplicity of this tasty recipe makes it easy to enjoy all year long. This is definitely the type of drink that makes you want to curl up with your favorite sweater and read a good book!
Another perk? As the aroma of cinnamon and apple fills your home, you’ll notice that you have a natural air freshener on your hands. Not only do you get the benefit of enjoying the spicy drink, but your home will smell inviting and warm. That’s definitely a win-win.
You may assume that hot apple cider is something you can only order on a menu, but trust us when we say that this is extremely easy to make. If you have about ten minutes of spare time and a few basic ingredients then you can create this tasty recipe all by yourself. You’ll love that this drink is keto-friendly, but everybody can appreciate a warm cup of this incredible cider. Whether you want a little something special at your next social gathering or just want to enjoy a little something all for yourself–hot apple cider is definitely what you are looking for.
We know what you’re wondering–is it sugar-free? Yes, it is! The wonderful sugar substitute, stevia, is what makes this drink perfectly sweet. Not only will ketogenic foodies appreciate this, but so will your diabetic family members and friends. This is a great option if you are serving a group of people with different dietary restrictions.
Ready to make it yourself? You are sure to enjoy this recipe right down to the very last mug!
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