Monday, December 7, 2009

Warm Home Cider Spell

Kitchen Magick is all about letting everything you create in your home or kitchen have a focused purpose. Every moment can be magical, if you want it to be. When you cook something, think about each ingredient you add, visualize, meditate, pray. Focus on your food or drink being *more* than just physical sustenance, and visualize the outcome you desire.

Here is a recipe for Hot Spiced Apple Cider, and a spell I wrote to g along with it.

*Hot Spiced Cider *
8 cups Apple Cider or Apple juice
2 cups Orange juice
1/4 cup Brown Sugar
6 Cinnamon Sticks
1 Tsp Whole Cloves
1 Tsp Allspice
1/2 Tsp. Ginger
1 small apple or orange

Slice the apple or orange, stick the whole cloves into the apple or orange. Combine all ingredients in crockpot, slowcooker, or large pan. Heat slowly, serve while Hot!

"Warm Home Cider Spell"
Collect all ingredients for the recipe above, or for your own variation of Spiced Cider. As you add each ingredient individually, visualize the positve traits of these plants and spices entering your home. As the cider heats, the aroma will infuse these gifts into your home.

Apples / Apple Cider - Health, Healing, Fertility, Prosperity Creativity, Luck, Leadership, Happiness, Love

Allspice - Health, Healing, Creativity, Confidence, Communication, Happiness, Marriage/relationships

Cinnamon - Health, Healing, communication, confidence, employment, prosperity, success, wisdom.

Clove - Health, protection, fertility, confidence, employment, communication, love, stress relief, peace, happiness, understanding

Ginger - Grounding, health healing, breaking bad habits, happiness, love, marriage, success, prosperity, wisdom

Later, as you serve full cups of hot cider toyour family or friends, tell them each that you love them and name one reason you are thankful for them. Remember to tell yourself that you love YOU too, and think of at least one reason you are proud of yourself. Drink and enjoy and feel the warmth, health, love, and prosperity filling your home!!


  1. Not only do I love the recipe, I love that the spell itself is so natural and informal. I've learned, as it seems you have, that the eventuality of ritual and spellcasting exists in our moment-to-moment actions, as energy with intent (that's my definition, anyway).

    I'm glad I found you, and I'm looking forward to following your blog:)


  2. Thanks Fae! I'm glad I found you too! I haven't blogged very much lately but I'm hoping to get back into it again!

  3. sounds wonderful! Makes me feel like home. Really have to try the cider now.Thanks for sharing!