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Mulled Cider Icees

Recipe By Savory Spice—Alderwood Mall/Seattle, WA


4 servings

Recipe By Savory Spice—Alderwood Mall/Seattle, WA

Mulling isn't just for the holidays! Use leftover Mulling Spices or Chai Spices to make this cool and refreshing summer treat.

Serving Suggestions

Serve as popsicles, crushed ice, blended into a slushie, or in a glass topped with soda water.


1 ½ Tbsp. choice of spices:

¼ cup packed brown sugar

½ gallon apple cider or apple juice

Savory Spice ingredients in this recipe

  • Mulling Spices

    When the temperature drops, this seasonal concoction of our Mulling Spices is a must. This is just the thing to warm you up around the fire with fr...

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  • Chai Spices

    The origin of chai is credited to countries in the Himalayan region; India, Nepal, Pakistan and Tibet. In that region, the word "chai" means "tea"....

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  • Muslin Bags

    These handy little bags are used to infuse flavor into soups, stews, sauces, stocks and drinks such as mulled wine.

  • Indonesian Cinnamon Sticks

    These hard cassia sticks from Indonesia are 4 inches in length.


Place choice of spices in the muslin bag and tie bag shut. (Or use a large tea ball or piece of cheesecloth tied with twine.) Combine bag of spices with remaining ingredients in a large saucepan and heat to just below a simmer for about 30 min. Remove from heat and let cool to room temperature. Discard spice bag and cinnamon stick. Pour spiced cider into popsicle molds or mini ice cube trays and freeze overnight.