Fire Cider Recipe Ideas

Fire Cider
Need new ideas for incorporating our delicious Fire Cider into your cooking?
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Mickelberry Gardens Fire Cider Bloody Mary
Who doesn't love a spicy, flavorful Bloody Mary? 
Leave out the vodka for an alcohol-free version.

Recipe Makes 1 serving

4 oz. Tomato juice
Squeeze of fresh lemon juice
Fresh cracked black pepper
1 tbsp. Mickelberry Gardens Fire Cider
1.5 oz. Vodka
1 celery sticks
garlic-stuffed olives
assorted pickled veggies

Combine tomato juice, lemon juice, pepper, fire cider and optional vodka and stir well.
Fill a glass with ice and pour tomato juice combination over the ice.
Garnish the glass with a celery stick, and a toothpick filled with olives and pickled yums.
Enjoy right away!

Mickelberry Gardens Fire Cider Cooked Greens
These simple cooked greens are delicious, nutritious, and so satisfying.

Recipe Makes 2 servings

1 bunch kale, chard, or collard greens
1 tbsp. olive oil
pinch of salt
fresh cracked pepper
1 tbsp. Mickelberry Gardens Fire Cider

Remove ribs from the greens. Chop leaves into small pieces.
Heat oil in a saucepan and add greens, salt, pepper, and Fire Cider.
Put a lid on the pan and allow greens to steam for a few minutes.
Remove lid and stir.
Cook a bit longer as needed.
Remove from heat and serve.

Mickelberry Gardens Fire Cider Salad Dressing
This simple salad dressing is super easy to throw together.

Recipe makes 4 servings

2 tbsp. olive oil
2 tbsp. Mickelberry Gardens Fire Cider
pinch of salt
fresh cracked pepper

Whisk all ingredients together.
Add to salad of your choice.
Toss and enjoy!