Longer nights, cooler mornings, rainy days… It’s a great time for warm fall drinks. Save this recipe to serve as part of your Thanksgiving celebrations. This recipe would also be fabulous if it was made with fresh, local cider.
Thanks to Thrifty Foods for sharing this recipe!
Note: If you don’t have a tea ball or cheesecloth, simply add the spices directly to the pot. Strain out the spices, once the juices have been mulled.
Recipe Options: Make mulled apple and cranberry juice by replacing the pomegranate juice with 1 3/4 cups cranberry juice. Use apple cider in this recipe instead of apple juice. For an alcoholic punch, mix 3/4 cup of brandy into the juices before mulling them.