Celebrate Fall with Mulled Apfelwein Bowle (Hard Cider Punch)

Two glass mugs of mulled apple cider punch, with cinnamon sticks for garnish, on a gathered blue table runner with a pattern of white spots, on a wood table and against a brown wood backdrop, with sliced and whole apples and plastic pumpkin decorations in the background.

Cozy up with a warm mug of Mulled Apfelwein Bowle for something truly special. A combination of hard cider, spiced apple cider, brandy-soaked fruit, and warming spices make this autumn-themed punch comfort in a glass. It’ll be a hit at your next Oktoberfest or Halloween party. Get the recipe now on Foodal.

Elevate Your Comfort Cooking with Apple Cider Braised Beef

A large, white, ceramic serving platter of brisket and stewed fruit, with three red and yellow apples in the background on a folded white cloth, against a brown wood backdrop.

It’s time to upgrade your comfort food repertoire with tender and delicious apple cider braised beef. This slow-cooked dish builds up a ton of rich flavors that are accented by fresh apples to make for a showstopping entree. The meat just melts in your mouth with standout fall flavors. Get the recipe now on Foodal.

Apple Cider Marinated Pork Chops Are the Fall Dinner to Beat All Others

Bone-in pork chops piled on a white plate with thyme sprigs for garnish, on a blue cloth background.

Marinated apple cider pork chops are juicy with a hint of tangy flavor, a delicious addition to an elegant fall meal alongside your favorite starch. Served with caramelized apples and onions, the richness of the meat comes through in each bite. Learn more about how to make this classic, simple recipe now on Foodal.

Give Autumn a Warm Welcome with Spiced Apple Cider Doughnuts

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Autumn-inspired doughnuts, anyone? These deep-fried delights are what you need for the fall season, subtly flavored with apple cider, vanilla, and spices. And making them right at home couldn’t be any easier, or more fun. Enjoy them fresh and warm from the fryer, covered in cinnamon sugar. Get the recipe now on Foodal.