Boiled Cider - 1 pint
This versatile syrup adds a wonderful layer of apple intensity to anything you bake. Apple muffins, cookies, or cakes will be more apple-y. Use boiled cider as an flavor accent in pie, crisp, crumble or dumplings, turnovers or tarts.
Boiled cider magically captures the intense, robust flavor of just-picked apples, preserving it in liquid form.
What you get
Care & storage
Refrigerate after opening.
Test kitchen tips
- Drizzle it atop cake, ice cream, or oatmeal.
- Make your own cider – add 1 tablespoon boiled cider to 3/4 cup water, hot or cold.
- Mix with confectioners' sugar for an apple glaze to drizzle on muffins or scones.
- Makes a great glaze for game or meats when mixed with whole grain mustard.
Willis and Tina Wood of Wood's Cider Mill in Springfield, Vermont, press apple cider, then boil it till it becomes a thick, pourable syrup – tart-sweet, and intensely apple-flavored.