Apple Cider Caramel Sauce |

Cider is raw, fresh apple juice that hasn’t been filtered and is often unpasteurized. It has a shorter shelf-life but a fresher, earthier taste. Apple juice, on the other hand, is oftentimes heavily processed and sweeter. I always seek out fresh apple cider for both recipes like this and more drinking, but if I can’t find it, Simply Apple juice is a very good substitute.