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Snow White's Poisoned Apple Cider

rainymuffins | Nov 12, 201803:49 PM     8

I found this recipe on a baking blog and just knew I had to try it! It's as magical as it sounds.

Recipe: Apples, Apple Cider, Rum, and Cinnamon sticks.

Scoop the flesh out of the apple and use it as a mug to pour your cider in. I added my own twist by coating the bottom of the hollowed apples with caramel (I added a pinch of salt to the caramel because I just love salted caramel). I poured the steaming spiked cider into the apples and enjoyed with a butter cookie, fuzzy socks, and Dickens.

Delightful!

Cider in an Apple

Potion Ingredients

Cinnamon, Caramel, and Rum. What more do you need?

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