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Cozy Mulled Wine

Rated as 4.73 out of 5 Stars
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"Feel all warm and fuzzy this season with this satisfying treat! Quick and easy too! Ladle into glass or mug, trying not to get the seasonings in it, and drink up!"
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Ingredients

30 m servings 256
Original recipe yields 6 servings

Directions

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Footnotes

  • Partner tip: Try using a Reynolds® slow cooker liner in your slow cooker for easier cleanup.

Nutrition Facts


Per Serving: 256 calories; 0.1 35.9 0.3 0 10 Full nutrition

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It's a holiday staple. I use Jameson Irish Whiskey, my favorite. I think the flavor, and certainly the alcohol, loses its kick the more it's kept warm. I will usually add more at the end. I thi...

Was very tasty but I put the cloves and ginger in a cheesecloth bag and that seemed to help keep it "neat" looking.

Holiday Cheers ....... We really love it! I used clementine(3), Excellent for Christmas Eve......Merry Christmas.

I made this wine in the slow cooker for a winter solstice party. Everyone enjoyed it. Several guests asked for the recipe and made it for Christmas. Easy and festive.

I had no idea that wine could be so fragrant and amazing! I didn't use the cloves, or ginger, and felt that it maybe didn't need the 3rd cinnamon stick, but it was worth trying, and I'm glad I d...

I used a sweet pinot noir and would prefer a less sweet wine, but even with the sweetness, it was a very good mulled wine with cheese and crackers for a snack supper with my wife.

This was very good and we thoroughly enjoyed it. I followed the recipe exactly using a very nice and smooth Argentinian merlot. The only difference was that I didn't have any brandy, so I use...

Loved it! Perfect on a cold winter night. I didn’t have any fresh ginger on hand so I threw in about 1T of crystallized ginger chips. Put slow cooker on high to get it hot quickly. Garnished as...

Did mine on the stovetop and goosed the brandy up to probably 1/2 c (had a bit left in the bottle so I just dumped it in). Perfection on a chilly December night. I'm making this for Xmas eve!