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Prep: 10 minutes Cook: 45 minutes

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Serves 4

Another Festive Drink that will have you in the Christmas spirit!

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  • Apple Cider (alcoholic Version) or Apple Juice (The Sober Variety)
  • 3 Gala Apples
  • 1 Large Orange
  • Cloves
  • Nutmeg
  • Ground Ginger (Spice will do!)
  • Vanilla Pod (If you are adventurous but Vanilla Extract works just as well and comes in larger quantities to make more)
  • Cinnamon Sticks


  1. Take the orange peel it and stud it with cloves (13 is enough) dice up 3 small apples and sprinkle them with sugar roast them at 180c in the oven for 30-40 minutes

  2. Place the apple juice/cider in a saucepan add the orange peels vanilla extract, 2 Cinnamon sticks, orange peel, nutmeg and ground ginger, simmer slowly until warm

  3. When roasted add to the apple juice/cider and spice mixture and simmer until hot

  4. Pour and serve pop a cinnamon stick in the glass with some of the roasted apple slices and one clove stick

  5. Some brandy can also be added into the alcoholic mix for an extra kick

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