Non Alcoholic Mulled Wine Recipe

Non Alcoholic Mulled Wine Recipe

A non alcoholic mulled wine recipe, absolutely perfect for winter. Yes it’s winter. This is a sad sad fact. Although I must say that I live in Toronto and it’s the mildest winter that I can remember! I used to live in Alberta for 3 wonderful (the mountains are absolutely majestic!) but incredibly cold years!

Side rant: People often ask me how cold it was in Alberta. Well, let me tell you. I moved to Alberta in the summer and noticed that all the cars had these plugs sticking out of the front hood. “Hmm, that’s pretty weird,” I thought. Then winter rolled around and I figured it out. Folks, it is so cold in Alberta that people have to plug in their cars so the engine doesn’t freeze to death! It’s true, this is a thing. Humans should not live in such cold places. Luckily the mountains and the summer months and perhaps if you are into winter activities (which I am definitely not), make up for the frigid frigid weather!

Anywho, after living in Alberta I have learned not to complain about Toronto weather (suck it up Torontians!). This winter (so far) has been especially amazing! As I type this, it’s (hold up, lemme check my trusty iphone), +4 degrees celsius! PLUS 4 people! It dun’t get no better than this folks. Perhaps I should have made virgin pina colada instead of a non alcoholic mulled wine recipe. 😛

Okay back to my non alcoholic mulled wine recipe. It’s a Sunday afternoon and what better way to spend it, then working on my blog and sipping on some mulled wine.

I am counting my blessings.

Non Alcoholic Mulled Wine Recipe
Non Alcoholic Mulled Wine Recipe | Happygut.ca

Makes 4 cups

Ingredients for Non Alcoholic Mulled Wine Recipe

  • 2 cups grape juice
  • 2 cups apple juice
  • 2 cinnamon sticks
  • 4 slices of orange
  • 8 cloves
  • 2-4 tablespoons maple syrup (or honey, if not vegan) to taste

Directions for Non Alcoholic Mulled Wine Recipe

  1. Combine all ingredients in a pot and let simmer for about 15-20 minutes
  2. Serve warm

 

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4 comments

  1. I’m so glad your winter is mild so far (although 4 degrees celsius doesn’t seem very warm!). I moved to Arizona from Boston last year because I just couldn’t take it anymore! Love this recipe – it still gets chilly at night here in the winter, and this is a perfect warmer-upper 🙂

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