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Halloween is our family’s favorite holiday! This year we are having friends over for a Halloween bonfire. I LOVE entertaining but also like to make it easy for me to enjoy. Below see how I use Canada Dry TEN & Sunkist TEN to modify my hot apple cider to a sparkling version of apple cider so I can please everyone~~hot or cold! For an added treat, let’s use the Apple Cider Punch to make some a tasty apple cider jack-o-lantern jello!
With only 10 calories and 2 grams of sugar, Canada Dry TEN & Sunkist TEN is a great foundation for my festive apple cider punch and jack-o-lantern jello. (if you want to make your own spiced apple cider, see my recipe here)
Now for the Apple Cider Jack-o-Lantern Jello!
First pour 4 cups apple cider into saucepan to bring to boil (or ladle from crockpot). Then add in orange jello
Stir jello until dissolved and pour in Sunkist TEN and Canada Dry TEN. With only 10 calories and 2 grams of sugar, TEN is a great way to add flavor to this jello without all the calories!
- 3 cups apple cider
- 2- 6 oz boxes orange jello
- 1 cup Sunkist TEN
- 3 cups Canada Dry TEN
- 2-3 cups shredded carrots
- garnish: cranberries & orange slices.
- Rest of 1 gallon apple cider
- Sunkist TEN
- Canada Dry TEN
- garnish: cranberries, oranges, and any other fruit of choice.
- Boil 3 cups of apple cider. Then add in orange jello & stir until dissolved.
- Pour jello mix in serving dish. Then top with 1 cup Sunkist TEN & 3 cups Canada Dry TEN. Stir.
- Place in refrigerator for 1.5 hours.
- Gently stir in 2-3 cups shredded carrots.
- Then place back in refrigerator to continue setting up.
- Once jello is set. Top with cranberries and oranges to make jack-o-lantern face.
- Pour rest of 1 gallon of apple cider in punch bowl.
- Add in Sunkist TEN and Canada Dry TEN to your liking. Stir.
- Add in the cranberry and orange garnish.
After the party is done if there is any punch leftover save it for some pulled pork! Place 2 cups apple cider along with fruit over 2-3 pounds of pork in crockpot on low setting for 6-8 hours (add more cider if needed)