French Vanilla Apple Cider Tea
This post is sponsored by Torani.
Mulled french vanilla apple cider tea is a great way to start Dry January.
Dry January is a great way to experiment with different mocktails you’ve never had. One of my favorites is apple cider. That’s why I tried out mulled french vanilla apple cider tea and everyone loved it.
It’s already mid-January and the year just started. Normally I don’t curate New Year’s goals. Let’s face it I always stop early on. I try and start the year with a positive mindset. Things were a bit different when it came to the holidays this past year. Less hosting made me think of how I could start the new year off fresh. Dry January is such an awesome start. You can spend it sipping on this mulled french vanilla apple cider tea.
Via Wikipedia: Dry January as a month in which one refrains from drinking any alcohol as a personal challenge.
Why participate in dry January
I never thought of the word dry January until recently. If you’ve been following along with me you know that I just started a new postpartum wellness journey. This is such a perfect time to instill Dry January; from a wellness perspective. Time to get into a wellness routine that will work. If you’re one to love a good drink then this mulled apple cider tea is perfect. It keeps you warm and cozy throughout the Wintertime.
Mulled French Vanilla Apple Cider Recipe
To get the vanilla flavor I love using Torani Sugar Free French Vanilla. We all know I love Torani. If you follow me on my Instagram page I’m always sharing the recipes that I use Torani in my stories. You can click HERE to find your nearest retailer or even grab from your local Walmart.
It’s a super yummy recipe. Aside from the french vanilla, all you need is apple cider ( unless you want to make it from scratch) 12 oz of unsweetened black tea, brown sugar, cinnamon sticks, nutmeg, star anise, and allspice.
Mulled French Vanilla Apple Cider Tea Recipe
Mulled French Vanilla Apple Cider Tea
- Apple Cider ( 1 gallon)
- Unsweetened Black Tea ( 12 oz)
- Torani Sugar Free French Vanilla Syrup
- Cinnamon sticks
- Star Anise
- Cranberries for garnish
- Pour apple cider and tea into the pot
- Add cinnamon sticks and spices
- Lastly, add in 2-4 tablespoons of Torani Sugar-Free French Vanilla Syrup
- Start off with 2 tablespoons and go from there. Some like it sweet and others just right which is why you should go slow.
- Stir in and let simmer for 10-15 minutes.
- Cook on high for 3-4 hours
- Pour into mugs and garnish with cinnamon and whipped cream