Pear Cider is a warm delicious twist on an old classic. This Cider is a great autumn non-alcoholic drink/ mocktail option. This will be your new go-to beverage recipe for the fall and holidays. Perfect for large gatherings and the holidays.
How To Make Pear Cider
Make a batch of this yummy warm Cinnamon Perry Cider also called Pear Perry. The smell is to die for and a great treat to get you through the holidays.
A great non-alcoholic drink for the holidays.
Pears - fresh pears are abundant during the Thanksgiving and Christmas season.
Apple Juice - great base to cider and complements the pears.
Brown Sugar - add sweetness.
Cranberries - add a little tartness to balance the sweetness.
Cinnamon Sticks, Allspice & Clovers (simmering spices) - warm and cozy flavor of fall.
How Long Will It Keep?
A warm and sweet drink with a little tartness. Store in a sealed container in the refrigerator and will last up to 1 week.
Can I Make Cider In My Slow Cooker Crock Pot?
Our prefer method is stove top for one very selfish reason. We love the wonderful lovely aromas of the cinnamon and cloves lingering in the house from this cozy warm beverage.
If you want to set and forget it. Slow cooker is a great alternative. Add all the ingredients to your crock pot. Set on high heat for 1:30 hours. Bonus when we cook it in the crock pot we reserve the solid for our breakfast yogurt or oatmeal bowls.
Combine pears, sugar, cloves in a large stock pot and cover with apple juice.
The juice should be about 2 inches higher than the pears. So that the pears are fully surmerge in liquard.
Bring mixture to a boil.
Reduce to a simmer and cook for 1 hour uncovered.
After 1 hour mash the pears. Add cinnamon sticks and cranberries. Cover the pot and simmer for another hour.
Let the mixture cool for 30 minutes.
Strain it through a fine mesh sieve ( I did this twice) to remove the solids.
Serve warm with cinnamon sticks.
Garnish with cinnamon, pear and orange slices.
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Easy To Make Pear Cider
- Garnish Cinnamon Sticks, Pear and Orange
- 6 Pears
- 64 oz Apple Juice
- 1 cup Cranberries
- ½ cup Brown Sugar
- 3 sticks Cinnamon
- 2 teaspoons Allspice -ground
- 1 teaspoon Cloves
- Combine pears, sugar, cloves in a large stock pot and cover with apple juice
- The juice should be about 2 inches higher than the pears. So that the pears are fully surmerge in liquard.
- Bring mixture to a boil
- Reduce to a simmer and cook for 1 hour uncovered
- After 1 hour mash the pears. Add cinnamon sticks and cranberries. Cover the pot and simmer for another hour
- Let the mixture cool for 30 minutes
- Strain it through a fine mesh sieve ( I did this twice) to remove the solids.
- Serve warm with cinnamon sticks
- Garnish with cinnamon, pear and orange slices
These nutritional figures should be considered estimates. Varying factors such as product types or brands purchased, natural fluctuations in fresh produce, and the way ingredients are processed change the effective nutritional information in any given recipe.
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