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For the month of November, I have joined up with Cindy from SkiptomyLou who will be doing sewing ideas, while Mique from Thirty Handmade Days, will be posting craft ideas, will share how to decorate in holiday style. Of course you are going to find lots of great baking ideas here! All the ideas you are going to need for creating fun and delicious food treats for all your friends and neighbors.
I’m beyond thrilled to be a part of Bake Craft Sew this year and sharing my recipe for Slow Cooker Holiday Wassail here on Your Homebased Mom! I’ve also been sharing some other fun holiday recipes and crafts over on my site, My Name Is Snickerdoodle, but this just might be my new favorite warm drink for the season!
The first time I had wassail I was not a fan at all! Looking back on it, I think the premade mix my aunt made just had too many spices and wasn’t sweet at all. A few years later I went to a woman’s group meeting for my church and the refreshment was a similar version of this. I fell in love instantly and knew I was giving my favorite hot chocolate drink a run for it’s money with this recipe!
It has the perfect balance of sweet and spiced. No flavor is too overwhelming and it completely tastes like the holidays.
The most wonderful thing about it is that it’s prepared in the slow cooker and lasts for a few days. How perfect would this be for all your holiday get-togethers?! You just add everything in and turn it on. It only takes a few hours and gets better over time. This could even be made the night before!
Everything can be purchased ahead of time and makes your house smell amazing as it warms up. A total added bonus as well!
- 1 Quart Apple Juice
- 1 Quart Orange Juice
- 2 Cups Cranberry Juice
- 2 TBSP Lemon Juice
- 1/4 Cup Granulated Sugar
- 1 tsp Cinnamon
- 1 Orange Thinly Sliced
- 2 Cup Fresh Cranberries
- 3-4 Cinnamon Sticks
- 2 tsp Whole Cloves
Place everything into a large slow cooker and gently stir to mix.
Cook on low for 4-6 hours before serving or cook overnight and keep it on warm until ready to serve.
Be sure to check out my favorite Triple Chocolate Pie recipe! It’s another holiday favorite!
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