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Reduced Apple Cider Syrup

  • Apple cider, plain or flavored
  1. Pour cider into a pot, and simmer until reduced to a quarter of its original volume. If you started with a quart, you’ll have around a cup. If you started with a gallon, you’ll have around a quart.
  2. Reduce the heat slightly, and continue simmering, watching the pot more carefully, until the liquid is thick enough to coat the back of a spoon (approximately the consistency of maple syrup).
  3. Remove from heat. You can store this syrup in tupperware, or even better, in a recycled glass jar.

The syrup can be drizzled over pancakes or ice cream, used as a sauce for pork or chicken, or added to salad dressings. If you come up with other ways to use it, let us know!

simmering aronia berry apple cider
reduced syrup from aronia berry apple cider