Mulling Spices
# 906  -  $4.95

Spiced Bagels

Bagels or English Muffins
Butter
1 box of Mullling Spice

  • Spread butter on the bagel or muffin.
  • Sprinkle about 1 teaspoon of Mulling Spice on each bagel.
  • Toast to a nice brown and eat immediately!

    from Paula Garrison -  South Carolina
    Note: We love fresh cinnamon toast - This is better!

Hot Mulled Cranberry-Apple Juice

1 box Mulling Spices
1/2 gallon Cranberry Juice
1/2 gallon Apple Juice

  • Mix the juices in a large boiler that will go on top of the stove.
  • Add the Mulling Spices and stir well.
  • Bring to a simmer, stirring occasionally.
  • Serve warm from a pitcher or a punch bowl.
  • Note: You can use a large percolator. Put the juices in the coffee pot and the spices in the basket and perk! It keeps warm perfectly for serving.

     

Hot Spiced Fruit

1 large can pineapple chunks
1 large can peach slices
2 cans apricot halves
2 fresh navel oranges, peeled and cut into pieces
1/2 cup of raisins, dark or light
1 box of Mulling Spices

  • Open all of the cans and pour the juices from the cans into a large saucepan.
  • Add the Mulling Spices and stir until the spices are dissolved.
  • Add the fruit and stir gently.
  • Put into a baking dish and cook at 350 degrees until hot and bubbly!
  • This will reheat beautifully and can be mixed 1 to 2 days earlier than needed! Fresh bananas are good too!

     

Iced Mulled Apple Cider

1 gallon apple cider
1 package Mulling Spice
1 lemon cut in slices

  • Measure 3 cups of apple cider into a saucepan and heat it (or use your microwave).
  • Carefully stir the package of Mulling Spice into the hot cider so the sugars dissolve and the spices blend with the cider.
  • Pour the mulled cider into the jug with the rest of the cider and refrigerate until ready to serve.
  • Serve over crushed ice with a slice of lemon.  

     

Hot Spiced Punch

1 box Mulling Spice
1 cup water
2 quarts Apple Juice
1 large Cranapple Juice
1 large Cranberry Juice
16 oz frozen Orange Juice
½ cup sugar (optional)

  • Bring water and Mulling Spice to a boil.
  • Add remaining ingredients.
  • Serve hot. Keep warm in coffee pot or heat 1 cup at a time in a microwave! 
  • Or put Mulling Spice in basket of a 36 cup coffee pot. Put all liquids in pot and plug it in. All the flavors will “mull” together as it heats!

This is my own favorite for cold weather nibbling!

from Jennifer Schaumburg, Mississippi

   

Mulling Spice Glaze

1 box Mulling Spice
2 tablespoons water, orange or pineapple juice.

  • Mix Mulling Spice with liquid of your choice and simmer until dissolved and syrupy. 
  • Pour over ham or roast pork during the last 20 minutes of baking!

    

Mulled Fruit Dip

1 box Mulling Spice
1 large tub of whipped topping

  • Mix together and store refrigerated to serve with sliced apples, peaches, strawberries

        

Fruit Tea Mix

1 box Mulling Spice
2 cups powdered orange drink
½ cup powdered lemonade mix
1 cup unsweetened instant tea mix

  • Mix together and store in airtight container.
  • To serve place a heaping tablespoon in mug and add boiling water for a hot drink or dissolve in cold water and pour over ice for a refreshing cold drink – 1 glass at a time.

from Anne Ramminger - Texas

   

Mama’s Tea

1 quart of strong tea
1 box
Mulling Spice
3 packets of Splenda
1 bottle white Zinfindel wine, chilled
2 – 2 liter bottles of Sprite, chilled

  • Brew tea, then add Mulling Spices and Splenda to warm tea to dissolve. Chill tea mixture.
  • When ready to serve - pour, tea, wine and Sprite into punch bowl. 
  • To serve a smaller amount, mix 1/4 of the three liquid ingredients at a time in a pitcher.
  • Garnish with lemon or lime slices.

from Faye Sandsbury, Virginia

    

Cold Spiced Punch - Light, slightly sweet and so good!

1/2 gallon Apple Juice
1/2 gallon Cranberry Juice
1 box of
Mullling Spice
Ginger Ale

  • Simmer Mulling Spice with the Apple Juice and Cranberry Juice for 20 minutes.
  • Chill mixture until needed (up to a week)
  • When ready to serve the punch, pour juice mixture into bowl with an equal amount of chilled Ginger Ale. 
  • NOTE: Freeze 2 cups of the juice mixture to float in the punch to keep it cold.