Alcohol-Free mulled wine recipe (for those who don’t drink) 2021
I am stressed out about the holidays coming up! Everyone is drinking mulled wine, so we need an alcohol-free mulled wine recipe.
It’s crazy you evil person is not drinking mulled wine, so we need some backup.
Yes, AWESOME Alcohol-Free Mulled Wine Recipes for all those alcohol-free wine lovers on your list.
And of course, mulled wine isn’t just for Christmas, right?
Here are 7 Alcohol-Free Mulled Wine reasons to celebrate.
Admit it- mulled wine is one of your favourite winter drinks.
But traditional recipes often require using alcohol, which might defeat the purpose for certain people (or during pregnancy).
So it would help if you had a backup recipe that drinkers would even smile at. The reason you need them is apparent. Christmas is cancelled without mulled wine.
I mean, what is Christmas without some mulled wine.
7- Hawaiian Mulled Wine.
After all, pineapple is now just for pizza, right?
Tropical Mulled Wine With Pineapple
1/2 cup orange juice
1/4 cup pineapple juice
1/4 cup pomegranate juice
A handful of fresh cranberries
4 slices of fresh ginger root
A cinnamon stick or 2-3 teaspoons of ground cinnamon
Directions: Bring the ingredients to a boil and then simmer for 5 minutes. Pour into a mug and garnish with a cinnamon stick.
6- Mulled WIne can pull some calories.
Mulled wine can be a delightful and relaxing drink. However, while it is packed full of antioxidants and vitamins, it is also packed full of sugar. The average mulled wine recipe is made up of several hundred calories. This is far too much for a drink that you may want to drink all night long.
Instructions on making alcohol-free mulled wine can help with that worry about an inch on your hips.
But it might just counterbalance the sugar right.
5- Mulled wine is delicious.
You should not be missing out on something about it if you don’t drink alcohol.
Alcohol-Free Mulled wine can be a deep-flavoured beverage packed with spicy, fruity flavours.
Typically, it is prepared by simmering red wine with allspice, cardamom, and cinnamon and adding sugar to balance the acidity of tomato juice, lemon juice, and orange juice.
4- The Ultimate Winter Drink
Mulled wine is the ultimate winter drink: the perfect accompaniment to a Christmas roast or just a way to warm up on a cold December evening.
Though the word “mulled” might conjure up images of unpleasantly hot alcohol and spices, mulled wine can be an alcohol-free drink.
Mulling involves heating alcohol-free red or white wine like with Torres an excellent zero wine,
Then add cinnamon sticks, cloves, citrus peel, and other warming spices.
Mulled drinks need not be made from alcohol-free wine as it is now everyone thing. You can also use cider or apple juice.
But before you do that, try some alcohol-free sparkling mulled with Belle and Co Rose.
It is one of my favourites.
After All, indeed, it is better than drinking glass after glass of alcohol, or you could try alcohol-free eggnog!
3- It is simple to make ( well, it does need effort)
Alcohol-Free Mulled wine is made by simmering red wine with cinnamon, cloves, and orange zest. The alcohol is cooked off, but the flavour of the wine remains.
But if you are like me and don’t drink alcohol, just go for the alcohol-free red wine and skip the alcohol-free version.
The wine sweetened with additional sugar or fruit juices is sometimes called “mulled,” but not necessarily so.
Adding spices to hot wine was initially done to prevent the liquid from spoiling.
2- Grab your pan, and we are off!
Spiced wine can be made by heating one quart in a saucepan until it comes to a boil, then removing from heat and serving immediately in small cups.
Here’s a list of recipes for simple alcohol-free mulled wine
Basic Mulled Wine Recipe
Ingredients 2 cups sugar 4 cinnamon sticks 1/2 cup water 1/2 teaspoon ground nutmeg 1/4 teaspoon ground cloves 1 (750 ml) bottle red table wine (such Torries Alcohol-Free Red but any brand will do. Just check the ABV alcohol by volume.
Prepare In a medium saucepan, combine sugar, cinnamon sticks and water; bring to a boil over medium-high heat, occasionally stirring until sugar dissolves.
Reduce heat; simmer for 10 minutes. Remove saucepan from heat; stir in nutmeg and cloves until blended.
Add alcohol-free red table wine; return to a boil over medium heat.
1- Mulled WIne can be served hot or cold!
Mulled wine is a spiced wine drink that can be served warm or hot.
Mulled wine is traditionally spiced with cinnamon and cloves and heated to give the wine a spicy flavour, but also served cold with a citrus flavour.
Many people overlook the citrus option.
Tropical fruits like pineapple, passion fruit, mango or guava are usually added for a low flavoured mulled wine. The sweetness of these fruits mixes well with the spices commonly found in mulled wines.
The exact choice of spices can vary widely, so feel free to experiment with different.
Citrus mulled Alcohol-Free Mulled Wine
- 1 bottle of alcohol-free or low alcohol red wine depending on your preference.
- ½ cup orange juice
- ½ cup pineapple juice
- 1 cinnamon stick
- 4 whole cloves
- 2 tablespoons sugar
- 2 tablespoons honey
- dash of alcohol-free liquor from Lyres (optional)
No believe people when they say there is an official recipe.
The truth is, mulled wine is not a specific recipe. It’s more of a concept: red or white wine that has been flavoured with spices and gently heated. Alcohol-free mulled wine recipes aren’t as standard, but they do exist.
Mulled wines are great for holiday parties because they’re warm, delicious, inexpensive and easy to make ahead of time.
You can either buy mulling spices or make your own. They’ll keep for a long time, so make a big batch and enjoy them all winter.
So what alcohol-free mulled wine will you make? Tired of spiked-up eggnog? Mulled wine is the perfect alternative (and it’s free from alcohol). So make a big batch at the beginning of the season and warm yourself up with it whenever you need a festive sip.
Mulled wine is a great holiday drink that’s easy to make at home.
It’s simple to add alcohol for other guests.
But many prefer the taste of this non-alcoholic version. Alcohol-Free Mulled wine is made with zero red wine, sugar, spices and citrus rinds. It has a rich, fruity flavour and is enjoyed hot or cold.
Tropical fruits like pineapple can be used in some red wine for a different spin on the traditional recipe.
Mulled wine is the ultimate festive treat to warm you up on cold nights. And it’s easy to make at home with alcohol-free wine.
This is the season for mulled wine!
The key to mulled wine is the mixture of spices.
Try mixing whole cloves, cinnamon sticks and star anise with a few dried red chilli peppers if you’re making your mix. I also like adding fresh ginger root.
Mix up your favourite combination of spices, then add them to your warm cider or orange juice.
What will your Alcohol-free mulled wine recipe be?