Total Time
45mins
Prep 0 mins
Cook 45 mins

This recipe is being posted to go along with my Mincemeat With Dried Fruit, which calls for 1/4 cup of Apple Cider Syrup. Such syrups can be purchased now, but when I was originally making my mincemeat recipe, I made my own, & still do. This syrup can be used like an syrup, over pancakes, ice cream, pound cake, or spoon several tablespoons of it over apple pie filling before baking! Preparation time is approximate & DOES NOT INCLUDE time for syrup to cool to room temperature.

Directions

  1. Boil apple cider until reduced by half.
  2. Add corn syrup & stir well to dissolve.
  3. Continue boiling until reduced to about 4 cups.
  4. Cool to room temperature.
  5. Strain through sieve lined with double thickness of finely meshed cheesecloth.
  6. Pour into quart bottle, cover tightly & refrigerate indefinitely.

Reviews

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This is such a nice, rich flavor and a great change of pace from regular syrup. I didn't have cheese cloth ...tried coffe filters at first..not recommended! Wound up having to borrow some cheesecloth from next door. Served these over pumpkin pancakes and they were a GREAT combo. Poured the rest in a jar with a ribbon around it and gave it to my neighbor as a thank you. Now I won't be tempted to eat the leftovers over everything in sight! Thanks for sharing.

little_wing April 29, 2007

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