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Apple cups are easy for a child to grasp, and they hold the perfect small serving of hot cider. They also offer a festive twist on serving ware for fall gatherings. The best part is -- if you mess up making your apple cup, you just toss the apple into the cider you're making and try again! Keep reading to learn how to make this easy homemade organic apple cider served in apple cups and find a printable one page recipe here.
Apple Cider In Apple Cups Ingredients & Tools
- variety of organic apples (10 apples will yield about 32 oz of cider)
- apple corer
- fruit peeler
- pumpkin carving utensil
- strainer, cheese cloth or clean T-shirt
Step 1: Core Apples
Insert an apple corer into the middle of the apple and take out the stem and seeds. *Seeds or stems won’t hurt the cider, but I like to use the leftover apples to make applesauce.