The happiest blog on Earth
Hello my faithful blog followers and Disney lovers, and Happy Thanksgiving to my American readers!
If you have been keeping yourself up-to-date with my previous blog posts, then you will have noticed that I found an old 1975 edition of the Mickey Mouse Cookbook on my shelves the other day, and have decided to start a new segment where I test out its recipes.
Thus, A Spoonful of Sugar was born.
Before I start my first recipe and cooking excursion, I want to take a second to appreciate how cute this cookbook is! It's been one of my go-to cookbook's throughout all of my life, and was my first inspiration to take up baking when I was a kid.
Today's Recipe: Maid Marian's Mulled Cider
It's Thanksgiving today, and I wanted to make something that really encompassed the holiday; then I found this recipe!
2. Pour the apple cider into a large glass, enamel, or stainless steel saucepan. Add the rest of the ingredients.
3. Heat over low heat for 20 to 30 minutes or untilthe cider starts to simmer. Remove from the heat.
4. Ladle into mugs or heatproof glasses to serve.
This apple cider is absolutely delicious and tastes like a liquified version of apple pie. It's very fitting for the upcoming holidays and not too much of a hassle to make, even if it takes a little while. I made it for a few of my relatives and they told me I had to make it again at Christmas for the rest of my family, so I would call this mulled cider a hit!
Rating: Hit the Bullseye!
Recipe courtesy of Walt Disney Productions. Walt Disney's Mickey Mouse Cookbook is copyrighted © 1975 by Walt Disney Productions. All rights reserved to them.
Kat Shambaugh: photographer, graphic designer, wannabe Disney princess. Literature, Media, and Communications major at the Georgia Institute of Technology.